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The future for the Chilterns?

Wednesday 6 November 2013

A free event is being held by the Chilterns Conservation Board for anyone interested in our local countryside, which is nationally-protected as part of the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

The Annual Chilterns Forum is being held on Friday, November 15th at Radnage Village Hall, in the beautiful Radnage Valley between Stokenchurch and High Wycombe.

The Conservation Board will be presenting information on its current projects to conserve wildlife and heritage in the Chilterns. There will also be lots of opportunity to discuss the issues which are affecting the Chilterns: everything from the proposed HS2 rail line to noise from aircraft and growing traffic levels. Come and have your say!

The event runs from 9.45am – 1pm and is open to everyone. Places are free, but advance booking is essential. More information here.

To book a place contact the Conservation Board on 01844 355500 or email dwebb@chilternsaonb.org

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