Future Actions & Events

Misbourne River Action's primary goal is to have the river flowing to its natural potential through the valley and for its corridor to be maintained in an attractive and environmentally sensitive manner.  Usually, our efforts are focussed on the section downstream of Quarrendon Mill through to Chalfont Park. We have plans and proposals for a variety of restoration and rehabilitation work - some of which has yet to gain approval from the Environment Agency.   At present, typical tasks include tree, brush, and weed clearance, rubbish removal and bank repairs.

Our programme essentially comprises working parties approximately every five weeks on Sundays or Saturdays with informal planning chats in a local pub a week or so beforehand.  Proposed dates are shown below -  further details, amendments and additional "ad hoc" events will be advised by e-mail and updates to this site

Some volunteers choose to do their bit at a time to suit them - some by adopting a short section of the river; others with a regular litterpick as they walk their pets; others in our weekday group.

Future Programme

Wednesday 21st February 7.45pm at The Greyhound, Chalfont St Peter

 "Not-a-meeting" - informal chat over a beer to put the world to rights, review Misbourne stuff and possibly plan a bit for the MRA year ahead. All welcome.

Wednesday 28th February 09.30 to 12.30

 Work Party: details to be advised - please contact Bob if you can join us.

Saturday 3rd March 09.30 to 12.30 and 1.30 to 4.00

 Work Parties: details to be advised - please contact Bob if you can join us.

Other Work Party Dates in 2018

 Various Locations: To be advised

Dates to be advised

 "Not-a-meetings" - natters over a drink in a local pub. Also special work events on weekdays - some with other organisations.

Thursday 13th December

 MRA's 11th Annual Dinner
MEANWHILE AND ON-GOING:

a) Correspondence, lobbying and meetings with Environment Agency, Affinity Water, HS2, Parish Councils etc. and supporting Chiltern Conservation Board and The Chiltern Society towards longer term restoration of the river flow. 

b) Newspaper and other articles and publicity to raise interest and encourage public opinion to support our aims

TO SUIT YOU

Occasional ad hoc working parties on weekdays to clear overgrowth and debris or just a gentle stroll with a bag to keep on top of litter.