February social evening: Chilterns Farm Clusters Citizen science

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    Start date28 February 2024
    End date28 February 2024
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    Start Time19:00
    End Time21:00
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    LocationWhite Hill Centre, White Hill Chesham HP5 1AG
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For our February 2024 social evening in Chesham, we are excited to be welcoming Nick Marriner and Harriet Bennett, Landowner Engagement Officer and Land Management Officer from the Chalk, Cherries and Chairs Project at the Chilterns Conservation Board.

Nick and Harriet will share their work over the last 4 years working with a passionate group of farmers in the Central Chilterns Farmer Cluster.

They will tell the story of the cluster group, how it came about, what its been doing and how the Chilterns Conservation Board have provided support, sharing lots of exciting case studies of their chalk grassland and hedgerow projects, ecological advice packages and chalk stream restoration works.

Nick & Harriet will also discuss how they have supported new volunteers to carry out practical conservation work, ground breaking wildlife surveying and exciting work supporting young people to get their first experience of conservation.

Additional information


This particular event will be held on the evening of Wednesday 28th February, 19:00-21:00 in the Tiered Room (2) in Chesham White Hill Centre (HP5 1AG); see the map below for directions from the front entrance door.

We will provide teas/coffees and soft drinks.


Parking is free at the venue (please be aware of the one-way driving system).

Please don’t forget to register through this Eventbrite to let us know you are coming, as we need to know of any dietary requirements or allergies.

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