Taxonomy Results for 'River Chess'

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Meades Water GardensMeades Water GardensMeades Water Gardens is a central recreational site containing a beautiful stretch of the River Chess.
Impress the ChessImpress the ChessImpress the Chess is a partnership project led by the town council to protect and enhance the River Chess as it flows through the town.
Chilterns Chalk Streams ProjectChilterns Chalk Streams ProjectThe Chilterns Chalk Streams Project is a partnership of statutory agencies, local authorities and voluntary bodies committed to conserving the chalk stream environment.
The Mayor's Chess Valley WalkThe Mayor's Chess Valley WalkJoin the Mayor in walking the Chess Valley Walk on the 12th May to raise funds for the River Chess.

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Working Together for WaterWorking Together for WaterChesham Water Group covers all aspects of water in Chesham to benefit residents and the environment.
New Year, New Look for Canon's WoodNew Year, New Look for Canon's WoodVolunteer working parties are taking place this month to improve the riverside walk for wildlife, people and dogs!
ChessWatch: A Water Observatory for the River ChessChessWatch: A Water Observatory for the River ChessA new project is underway to gather data on the chemistry of the Chess and broaden public understanding about the threats to water quality.
How Can We Reduce Our Water UseHow Can We Reduce Our Water UseRiver conservation partnership, Impress the Chess, has responded to DEFRA's consultation on reducing personal water use to help the environment.
Dealing With DroughtDealing With DroughtRiver conservation partnership, Impress the Chess, has responded to the Environment Agency's consultation on its guidelines for how water companies should plan for droughts.
Drought ConsultationDrought ConsultationIt may be raining now, but there may be water use restrictions in 2020.


Meades Water Gardens Management PlanMeades Water Gardens Management PlanThe 2016 revision of the council's management plan for the water gardens, including the history of the site (PDF, 1.2 MB).