The Ivers Colne Valley Park
The Colne Valley Regional Park covers 43 square miles of countryside on the edge of London, Bucks, Herts, Berks and Surrey. The Park is a mosaic of farmland, woodland, water and villages.
The whole of Ivers Parish is located within the Regional Park. It includes some beautiful green spaces and countryside attractions such as Black Park, Langley Park and Little Britain Lake.
And in Ivers Parish: Iver Environment Centre, Hardings Row Nature Reserve, Iver Heath Fields, the Slough Arm of the Canal and Thorney Park. The Ivers Parish Council is one of 80 organisations who have signed up in support of the Colne Valley Regional Park.
Unfortunately your local countryside is under threat like never before, help act as the voice and champions for the countryside on your doorstep, join the Friends of the Colne Valley Park.
For more information, please see:
- Colne Valley Regional Park Urges Government to Review Green belt policy
- Iver Circular walk
- Try one of our other Short Circular Walks: an easy way to start exploring the Colne Valley Park. Varying from 1½-5 miles. See here for directions, a map, points of historical interest and cafes en route.
- The Ivers Volunteers at Work
- Walking the Ivers
- Donate here to help enhance the Colne Valley by maintaining its landscapes, safeguarding the countryside and biodiversity, supporting farming and countryside recreation and encouraging community participation.
- For much much more please visit the Colne Valley Park website https://www.colnevalleypark.org.uk