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The Goring Gap Environmental Organisation 2022 wildlife calendar - The Natural World in the Goring Gap is still on sale. The conservation group’s calendar highlights the conservation status of the birds and animals in the Goring Gap and is available to buy in many Goring shops and in Streatley.

Seventy per cent of the wildlife featured is under threat.

All proceeds go to Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire Wildlife Trust - BBOWT.

Goring Gap calendar
Goring Gap calendar

The local Warmingham & Co estate agents has funded the production costs for the calendar as, they say “this is a fantastic charity to support”.

You can buy a copy for £8 in Goring McColl's, Pierreponts Food Store & Cafe, The Goring Grocer, Westholme Stores/JACKS, The Miller of Mansfield, Goring Tesco, Inspiration and Streatley Primary School.

The Goring Gap Environmental Organisation 2022 wildlife calendar is still on sale. The conservation group’s calendar highlights the conservation status of the birds and animals in the Goring Gap and is available to buy in many Goring shops and in Streatley.

All proceeds go to Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire Wildlife Trust - BBOWT - to help protect local wildlife.

The local Warmingham & Co estate agents has funded the production costs for the calendar as, they say, “this is a fantastic charity to support”.

You can buy a copy in Goring McColl's, Pierreponts Food Store & Cafe, The Goring Grocer, Westholme Stores/JACKS, The Miller of Mansfield, Goring Tesco, Inspiration and Streatley Primary School.

n One of the most dramatic locations along the whole length of the Thames is the Goring Gap, a deep passage between the villages of Goring and Streatley, giving magnificent views. It is situated between the Chilterns AONB and Berkshire's North Wessex Downs AONB. It forms an intersection of the three ancient routes, The Ridgeway, Icknield Way and River Thames.



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