Stoke Poges

We had such a lovely walk today. It looked dark outside, but when we were walking we spotted tiny patches of blue sky that blew...

Coombe Hill

On a beautifully clear day in late September we decided to revisit Coombe Hill. To be honest it was a spur of the moment thing....

2018 Summer Holiday Activities at Chiltern Open Air Museum

2018 Summer Holiday Activities at Chiltern Open Air Museum

Bucks Tree Club visit to the Ashridge Estate National Trust

A glorious sunny June afternoon welcomed Bucks Tree Club members to Ashridge House, a mansion that dates back to 1808 when James Wyatt was commissioned...

Milton’s Cottage

Milton’s Cottage is open from 30th March – 28th October 2018. Opening times are Wed – Sat, 2-5pm (last entry 4.30pm) as well as bank...

Skippered River Cruises, Rowing boats and Motor boats

April – October. Relax and unwind as you glide along the Thames in your choice of boat. See website for times and prices. More than...

Blooming bluebells and spring surprises at the National Trust’s Cliveden

This spring Cliveden estate is teeming with new life. The formal gardens stun with thousands of colourful spring bedding plants on the Parterre and Long...

Claydon Estate

I had no idea that Florence Nightingale used to live here in Bucks; and I had no idea I would ever be standing in her...

Buckingham

We’ll admit, Buckingham isn’t perhaps the prettiest place we have ever visited, but it’s right up there with the historical factor, and that’s got to...

Tell us your views on the Chilterns!

Would you like to have a say on the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and how it is managed for future generations? 

Wendover Woods

On a freezing day in early January the sun was shining and there were no clouds in the sky so off we set to discover...

Bletchley Park

It had never occurred to us to visit Bletchley Park until good friends told us about their interesting day trip last month.

Brill

We had a really lovely afternoon in Brill recently. We’d never been there before but having seen photos...

Snowdrops

The best places to see snowdrops with the National Trust in Buckinghamshire

Denham Country Park

On a bright and sunny day in early November we visited Denham Country Park to stretch our legs and get some much needed fresh air....

Chesham, Lye Green and Latimer

Residents of Amersham will no doubt be familiar with Chesham. A short drive along Amersham Road (the A416) and there you are. With plenty of...

Coombe Hill

On a dark, damp and dull day in December we set off to discover somewhere in Buckinghamshire we hadn’t visited before. Such is our dedication...

Chalfont St Giles

Located on the edge of the Chilterns and easily accessible from Amersham, Gerrards Cross and other surrounding towns, Chalfont St Giles is a charming village...

Oving

Nestled in rural Buckinghamshire just north of Aylesbury is the small village of Oving. It’s about an hour’s drive from HP10 and can be reached...

Hughenden Manor & Downley Common

Hughenden Manor was once the country home of Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli. It is now owned by the National Trust and is fully open to...

Dorney

Wanting to purchase a new bird nesting box for my garden I asked my daughter if she fancied visiting somewhere I felt sure would sell...

Enjoy The Sunshine In The Bluebell Woods

We don't know about you but we've been enjoying the sunshine today.  It would appear the Bluebells are doing the same. Now's the time to...

A Stunning Carpet of Heavenly Hyacinths

A stunning carpet of 21,000 Blue Pearl Hyacinths is adorning filling the beds in the Long Garden at the National Trust’s Cliveden in Buckinghamshire.

Black Park

On a beautiful sunny, but freezing, afternoon in March we headed out of the office to visit Our Beautiful Bucks ... Black Park. Located right...

Turville

Here at Hiya Bucks we love to visit somewhere beautiful in Buckinghamshire so we can tell you all about it. Finding the right weather to...

Burnham Beeches

Craving fresh air and a stretch of our legs during these short dark days of winter we made the most of a brief spell of...

Gibraltar, Nr. Aylesbury

Now I know what you’re thinking, we took time out of work to visit somewhere hot and sunny on the Mediterranean. No, we didn’t, we...

West Wycombe

Having driven along the A40 towards West Wycombe over the years I have often thought about the building with the golden ball you can easily...

Ivinghoe Beacon

Natural countryside doesn’t get much more beautiful than this. Ivinghoe Beacon is the beginning/end of the Ridgeway Trail and is part of the National Trust...

Wendover

Wendover is a lovely little market town, on the edge of the Chilterns, with all sorts of nooks and crannies to explore. It’s just under...

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