Charity & Community

A Chilterns Celebration- Extending the Season in 2020

Join us this October for a fun-filled month of conservation and heritage inspired activities, as we build back better and encourage everyone to enjoy what the Chilterns has to offer!

It’s Celebration time! The summer may be at an end, but the season of exploration and enjoyment in the Chilterns doesn’t have to be. We want you to keep learning, keep enjoying and keep making new friends for the entire month of October. The Chilterns Celebration brings together a partnership of local businesses, charities and volunteers to offer you a full schedule of events and activities to celebrate the Chilterns.

Why do we want to celebrate the Chilterns? During 2020, we have all spent a lot more time at home than we might usually and as a result, many of us have discovered new places, new walks, and new friends. We don’t want this season of exploration and appreciation to end with the summer months, so we are extending it for the whole of October!

What’s on offer? Free workshops where you can learn new skills, guided walks and online talks, conferences with expert speakers, tastings, farm tours, a heritage trail and family story telling sessions. Through these events and online resources, we hope to encourage lots of you to become ‘Chilterns Champions’. Anyone can become a Champion and all we ask is that you take a pledge to take action for the Chilterns. It could be in any of the following ways (and plenty we haven’t thought of yet):

-sharing your skills via an online or in-person event

-giving a few hours each week as a volunteer

-picking up litter when you are out walking in the Chilterns

Who’s involved? We’ve partnered with lots of local organisations, including (but not limited to): Chiltern Rangers, The Chiltern Society, The Chilterns Walking Festival, BBOWT and Wycombe Museum.

Schedule of Events

(To keep up to date with the full schedule of events, please visit:

Become a Chilterns Champion

A wonderful opportunity to give back to the local community, whether you like to be outside getting your hands dirty or something a bit more sheltered, there’s lots of volunteering opportunities with the Chilterns Conservation Board.

What better way to connect local people to the wildlife and cultural heritage of the Central Chilterns? For more information and current volunteering opportunities please see

How can you find out more? Visit the Chilterns Celebrations’ webpage at or follow along on our social media:

Twitter- @chilternsccc

Instagram- chilterns_ccc


Should you have any queries please contact Lizzie Buckley (Community Engagement Officer for the CCC) or Jo Potkin (Festival Co-ordinator)

We look forward to bringing this exciting new project to the local community!