Youth Ranger Project

Our Youth Ranger schemes are volunteering opportunities specifically for young people aged between 13 and 18 years old. It’s an excellent way to take an active role in wildlife conservation and habitat management, develop a range of new skills and gain practical experience alongside a team of like-minded and enthusiastic people. Read more

Dormouse Project

The Maulden Dormouse Project aims to support the work of the volunteers monitoring the re-introduction of hazel dormice to Maulden Wood and to raise awareness of the dormice among local communities and landowners. Read more

Pond dipping in Maulden Wood

Volunteers have installed a pond dipping platform in Maulden Woods, which gives us access to study a different habitat. Read more

Ouzel Enhancement Project

Leighton-Linslade's River Ouzel is being transformed from an unattractive and overgrown watercourse to a treasured asset providing a beautiful green wildlife corridor through the heart of the town for local people to enjoy. Read more

Rushmere: reconnecting with our past

Reconnecting with our past is seeking to restore key elements of the historic landscape of Rushmere, both in terms of features and views, in a way that is complementary to the existing use as a Country Park and its biodiversity value. Read more

Sands of Time

This project, funded by the Heritage Lottery to collect, recorded memories and photos of local people who work or used to work for the Leighton Buzzard Sand Industry and related tiles, bricks and glass works. Material collected has been archived and made available as a local resource Read more