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Nature Spotlight...

Added on: 21st May, 2020 by Kira_50215

Nature Spotlight...

Last Updated:
Thu, 21 May 2020

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The Colne Valley Regional Park
Forty-three square miles of water, woodland, farmland and villages from Rickmansworth in the North of the Valley, down to Staines in the South and from Gerrards Cross in the West to Uxbridge in the East .

The region is the first large taste of countryside to the West of London and offers a huge variety of sights and scenery from the Grand Union Canal to our many nature reserves and from our stunning Country Parks to over 60 lakes and waterways.

There is so much to do and explore in this beautiful region, our top attractions include; Chiltern Open Air Museum, Rickmansworth Aquadrome, The Colne Valley Park Visitor Centre, Hillingdon Outdoor Activity Centre, Denham Aerodrome, The Ankerwycke Estate (National Trust), Little Britain Lake, Batchworth Lock Canal Centre, as well as our many Country Parks, water sport venues and Nature Reserves.

We also have 18 wonderful circular walks which allow you to explore the Regional Park and enjoy all the hidden gems.
Please visit our website for more information on things to do and places to go… https://www.colnevalleypark.org.uk/

You can also find 18 short circular walks that cover a variety of scenery and wildlife across the valley for you to try and explore…
https://www.colnevalleypark.org.uk/things-to-do-2/walks/

And, our visitor guide, which gives a real taste of what the valley can offer…
https://www.colnevalleypark.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/CVP-Visitor-Guide-2020.pdf

Follow us on Facebook @colnevalleypark Twitter @Colne_Valley and Instagram @colnevalleyregionalpark to hear all about our latest events, activities and news.
We offer a world of opportunities for people and families to connect with their countryside, get closer to nature and explore some wonderful rural places, amongst this vibrant Regional Park.

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