The river front is a wonderful part of the conservation area; originally renovated by BBHT it is now undergoing an expensive overhaul with the BBHT funding the rebuilding of the riverfront wall. Barely noticeable to the public, the wall is an expensive but essential basis on which the river frontage depends.
On The Cut outside the village library there is a seat surrounding the shady tree, used each day by residents of every age.
On the next green, Gossip Green, there is a new oak tree and a commemorative seat provided to celebrate the Queen's Jubilee.
The war memorial on the South Green has been renovated by BBHT, who also provided funding for the flowers planted in it.
Many improvements around this area have been provided by BBHT. The recreation ground has no shade, so three mature trees were planted by the Trust. Tables and chairs have been positioned to be used in the shade of the trees the following year. The final project was the new equipment for older children - the pieces chosen by young people and the project initiated and managed by local mothers with the financial support of BBHT and assistance from the Datchet Village Society.