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Jane Pendlenton works with the Revd Simon Brignall on an environmental education and community project called the Chiltern Gateway, at Lewknor, South Oxon.
Diocese of Oxford 2008
Its plan takes into account projects such as Chiltern Railways 'scheme for a second route to London, via Bicester;
unknown title 2009
“The Chiltern Hundreds, now,” said the barman, bringing Gemma sharply back to the present, “they used to divide counties up into Hundreds, each with its own court, and three of these in Buckinghamshire came to be known as the Chiltern Hundreds because they were in the Chiltern Hills.
Leave the Grave Green Deborah Crombie 1995
• The Conservatives have precisely the wrong name: they want to sell off the Forest of Dean (Report, 29 January) and destroy gorgeous Chiltern landscape with a superfluous high-speed rail line (Comment, 24 January).
Letters: Red October 2011
The concerns of campaigners in the Chilterns are likely to be tempered by mitigation measures, possibly including an extra stretch of tunnel north of Amersham in the Chiltern hills, meaning that miles of the track would run underground.
High-speed rail link HS2 set for go ahead from minister 2012
Following the 2005 death of the festival's patron, Leonard Ingrams, his family is claiming back summer picnic rights in its fabulous gardens, and the Garsington Opera company is moving down the rural Oxfordshire road to Wormsley Park, in the Chiltern Hills of Buckinghamshire.
Eat, Drink and Be Entertained Paul Levy 2011
In its latest attempt to mitigate growing public outrage in Tory heartlands over the scheme, the construction of the route through the Chiltern hills and other beauty spots in the home counties will be accompanied by a planting programme.
We'll have none of this mumbo jumbo about applying for the Chiltern Hundreds, just a manly resignation letter, say the Shinners who despise Westminster's "strange men in tights" more than they do men in balaclavas.
However, opposition to the high-speed rail dream is mounting—in particular from environmentalists who fear for the Chiltern Hills, a designated U.K. area of outstanding natural beauty, through which the London to Birmingham line will pass.
Expect Delays Christian Wolmar 2011
Beaconsfield, which sits in the Chiltern Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is just 29 minutes by train from London, tops the table with 47% of properties valued at more than £1m against 13% in the capital.
House prices in prime locations breached £1m, survey shows 2011
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