Interested in protecting Buckingham’s Green Environment?
Buckingham has a wealth of wonderful local community groups that work to improve the environment including the Railway Walk Conservation Group, The Buckingham Society, Buckingham Edible Woodland and the Buckingham Canal Society.
Buckingham Town Council has direct involvement with the River Warden, Tree Warden and new Flood Warden schemes. Full details about how to get involved are available below.
All of the group mentioned are part of the Buckingham Community Wildlife Project.
The Town Council is currently looking for volunteers to help alert residents in the event of flooding in the town. If you would like to be involved, please email the Town Council at email@example.com and ask to be added to the list of interested people.
As part of a joint project between the Environment Agency and Buckingham Town Council, with £5,000 of Buckinghamshire County Council’s Buckingham Local Area Forum funding; the River Wardens will take part in regularly monitoring the River Great Ouse. Monitoring is done in a variety of ways, from photographs and water sampling to river restoration.
River Wardens also meet regularly for information sessions, learning more about the river, its health and how to look after it. The river wardens are focused on the health of the river, not flooding.
If you are interested in taking part, please contact Ruth via firstname.lastname@example.org
Tree wardens are volunteers who gather information about their local trees, get involved in tree matters and encourage local practical projects related to trees and woods.
Please see our information leaflet for more information, or to sign up please email: email@example.com or contact the Town Council office on 01280 816 426.
Have you ever wanted to transform your local greenspace into a glorious vegetable garden or give unloved community spaces a horticultural overhaul? Well, you’re not alone! Buckingham has a number of wonderful volunteers that successfully tend small areas of planting across the town providing small gardens and green spaces for residents to enjoy. If this sounds like something you would like to do, read our guidance on community gardening.