At the attractive location of the Old Orchard in Harefield, with its stunning views over the Colne Valley, directors of the Colne Valley Park CIC presented certificates to the Colne Valley Park's Founding Corporate Supporters in recognition of their valuable contribution to the Regional Park.

The Colne Valley Park CIC aims to preserve and enhance the landscape of the Colne Valley for the benefit of the 3 Million people who live within 10 miles of the Park.

The Founding Corporate Supporters are:

  • Affinity Water
  • Amey
  • Buckinghamshire Advertiser
  • Buckinghamshire Golf Club
  • Grundon
  • Heathrow Airport
  • Red Squirrel Brewery
  • Thames Water

Anthony Foxlee-Brown from Grundon said:

"Our recycling and waste facilities at Colnbrook are located right in the middle of the Colne Valley Park, and many of our staff live within its boundaries. As a socially responsible company we want to make a strong and positive contribution to the further development of the Colne Valley Park as a place in which to live, work and enjoy recreational time"

Denise Alder, Director of the Colne Valley Park CIC said:

"The Colne Valley Park was formed in 1965, and the Colne Valley Park Community Interest Company was recently established to ensure a sustainable future for our local landscapes. I am delighted to be able to personally thank our Founding Corporate Supporters who have pledged their support to the Colne Valley, we hope to reach out to many more local businesses as we start planning for the high profile series of celebrations events to mark 50 years of the Colne Valley Park in 2015"

Design by LTD Design Consultants and build by Garganey Consulting. From an original concept by the Herts and Middlesex Wildlife Trust.