Sous Chef - Rushmere Country Park

The Greensand Trust is looking for a professional Sous Chef to add to our growing catering team. Our ethos is fresh, quality and local and you will be working with the catering manager to deliver a quality experience to visitors.Read more

Tree Tops Cafe

Come and enjoy refreshments from local suppliers of quality produce at the Tree Tops Cafe with stunning views over Heron Valley. Open daily from 10am - 4pm.Read more

About Rushmere Country Park

Rushmere Country Park is a great place to discover nature and enjoy outdoor leisure pursuits.Read more

Terms and Conditions for Greensand Trust events

When booking to attend an event organised by The Greensand Trust at any of our sites - including Rushmere Country Park - you must read and accept our booking Terms & Conditions.Read more

Neighbourhood Planning

The Trust can help town and parish councils or Neighbourhood Plan Steering Groups create a robust Neighbourhood Plan, taking full account of the environment and its value to people and wildlife, through the creation of a Community-level Green Infrastructure Plan.Read more

Status and governance

Established in 1999, The Greensand Trust is a registered charity, No. 1077055, and non-profit making company limited by guarantee. Registered in England No. 3702419Read more

Privacy Policy (Updated May 2018)

At the Greensand Trust we are committed to protecting your privacy. This policy details the information we collect about you, and how we use it.Read more

Dog walking

Responsible dog owners are welcome to walk their dogs at designated areas within the park - both on and off the lead - and we have a dedicated dog walking area.Read more


Some educational resources we have produced to support some of our programmes and projects - please feel free to download.Read more

Sculpture Trail

Ideal for families all year round is our very popular Sculpture Trail, an access for all path accessed from the car park outside the Visitor Centre. Find the fairy doors, play on our wooden sculptures and – a real must – have a photo taken in the Giant’s Chair!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

About the Greensand Ridge

The Greensand Ridge is a distinctive "island" of significantly wooded sands and sandstone rising prominently above the surrounding clay vales. With a toehold in both Buckinghamshire and Cambridgeshire, and stretching over 45km, the vast majority of this attractive landscape is in Bedfordshire and is home to distinctive habitats and wildlife.Read more