Welcome to Prestwood Nature

Prestwood Nature Sites

Featured here are two of the places that Prestwood Nature are looking after.

Boug’s Meadow

At the Community Day in September 2017, the grass cover was removed from a large area of the meadow and a variety of wild flower seeds were sown.   Many germinated well and there was much to see when we celebrated National Meadows Day in July.

The next phase of the work has now started with the commissioning of an information board and installing a new bench.  

Pollinator-friendly Garden

Situated on the allotment site on Greenlands Road  Prestwood,  the Pollinator-friendly Garden has now become well established with a wide variety of plants that are attractive to insect pollinators.

It is well worth a visit at all times of year.

A walk through chalk grassland flora, including probably orchids, in the vicinity of Longdown Hill.

The actual route will depend on  the best display of flowers.

Meet at:

Pulpit Hill Car Park, Longdown Hill, HP27 0NB

For more information contact: Tony Marshall  01494 864 251

Harsh downy rose

Common spotted orchid

Sunday 9th June,  10 am to 1 pm

Next Event

Summer Events 2019

We are the Local Environment Group for the area around Prestwood in Buckinghamshire, including Great Missenden,
The Hampdens, The Kingshills, North Dean and Speen

Our Aims

We aim to protect and enhance the quality of the natural environment through the involvement of local people.

Coming Events

Protecting Our Environment Registered charity No. 1114685

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