Tag Archives: Chilterns

Eyes and ears on the paths

The benefits to landowners of having paths across their land is that walkers and riders spot problems with stock and report them. Continue reading

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No to tracks on Naphill Common

Naphill Common in Buckinghamshire suffers from tracks created by adjoining landowners. Continue reading

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‘It was the first mild day of March’

Eight-mile walk from Turville, Bucks, as spring comes to the Chilterns. Continue reading

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Piddington path-check: day 4

The fourth and final day of path checking in Piddington and Wheeler End parish for the Ramblers Continue reading

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Kites across the road

I used to have to go into the woods to find the baby kites that hatched in the Chilterns, but now they are fearless.   This week there was a baby calling in the tree opposite our house in Turville.  The adult … Continue reading

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Back on the straight and wide

I have to keep a close watch on Ibstone footpath 5 close to my home as it is repeatedly obstructed or not restored. Continue reading

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A gentle but lasting impression

Today, 7 February, would have been Ian Berry’s ninetieth birthday.  Ian, who died last September, was a good friend for more than 40 years.  We met at Hillbridge Farm on Dartmoor in the early 1970s when Ian with his wife … Continue reading

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