News and Events

March 19, 2018

The joint Community Safety Team, Thames Valley Police and Bucks County Council are hosting a Chiltern District Virtual Community Forum on  Thursday 29th March, 7-9pm. The public can log on via this link  http://thamesvp.coverpage.coveritlive.com/ and ask questions/raise any concerns relating to policing priorities or community safety to the panel.   [More…]

March 12, 2018

Transport for Bucks will be carrying out resurfacing work on Bois Lane, between Woodside Avenue and the Railway Bridge.  This part of the road will be closed  from 9th April until 13th July 2018.   [More…]

March 11, 2018

There was a good turnout for last week’s Common & Woodland consultation, despite the bitterly cold weather. Councillor Clive Thomas outlined the long-term Management Plan and took questions from local residents. Residents were given copies of the plan and maps detailing the areas requiring the various levels of work were displayed for everyone to examine. […] [More…]

Diary Dates

Sunday
13
May
Beating the Bounds
2.00pm, Parish Centre, Glebe Way, Chesham Bois HP6 5ND
Monday
14
May
Planning Committee Meeting
7.30pm, Council Office, Glebe Way, Chesham Bois HP6 5ND
Monday
14
May
Parish Council Meeting
8.00pm , Council Office, Glebe Way, Chesham Bois HP6 5ND
Monday
21
May
Annual Parish Meeting
8.00pm, Parish Centre, Glebe Way, Chesham Bois HP6 5ND
Monday
28
May
Planning Committee Meeting
7.30pm, Council Office, Glebe Way, Chesham Bois HP6 5ND

Heritage Walk

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Community Project Funding

Is your organisation running a community project in the Amersham Local Area that could use a financial boost?

If so, Bucks County Council wants to hear from you! It’s launched ‘Amersham Decides’ . People running local community projects can bid for a share of £9,000. The schemes put forward will be whittled down to four ‘finalists’ and then local people will vote on how the money should be divvied.  For more info go to:   www.amershamdecides.co.uk

Honeybee Swarm Hotline

Honey Bee SwarmEvery year the British Bee Keepers Association (BBKA) collect honeybee swarms.    They currently have a dedicated swarm line: 0777 0370132.   In the wild the survival chance of a honeybee swarm is about 20%; when housed in a hive by a beekeeper the survival rate triples.  For more information Click Here

 

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