Friday 16 November 2012
Priest Hill, part of Nettlebed Common, is a Site of Special Scientific Interest for the rare geology which is found beneath the feet of every visitor. Many years ago, the ancient River Thames flowed across what is now one of the highest spots in the Chilterns.
This unique geology is now explained in a new information board, designed by local geologists and funded by the Chilterns Commons Project.
Explore the common to find out more!