Wednesday, June 16th, 2021

Chesham Bois Parish Councillor has two parish councillor vacancies.

The role of a Parish Councillor is to bring local issues to the attention of the Council and to help make decisions on behalf of the community. You will need to be able to attend the monthly Parish Council meetings and spend extra time on areas of specialism or interest. Enthusiasm and commitment are more important than experience.

You must be aged 18 or over, an elector, and have been a resident or worked within 3 miles of the Parish for the past year. The post is unpaid.

Each year the Parish Council complete an Annual Governance & Accountability Return which is reviewed by an external auditor.   Any interested person has a right to inspect and make copies of the accounting records and electors have the opportunity to question the external auditors.

The accounting records will be available for inspection between Monday 21 June and Friday 30 July 2021  Please see https://www.cheshamboispc.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/making_provision_for_the_exercise_of_public_rights_2020-21.pdf

https://www.cheshamboispc.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/Chesham-Bois-Parish-Council-Accounting-Statement-2019_2020-1.pdf

Bucks Council’s Mobile Rapid Testing Service is at Amersham Market today, Tues 25 May offering FREE rapid Covid-19 tests – your results will be sent directly to you within 30 minutes! You can also collect Home Test Kits or ask one of our friendly team any questions you might have about testing. 🧪🏠

Remember, this is only for people with no symptoms of the virus. If you have symptoms, you should isolate and arrange for a PCR test as soon as possible ➡️ https://www.buckinghamshire.gov.uk/coronavirus/get-tested-for-covid-19/

Monday, May 24th, 2021

Please join Chesham Bois Parish Council for a FREE performance of Macbeth by The Handlebards on SATURDAY 5th JUNE on Chesham Bois Common, North Road.

BYO Refreshments (no BBQs) and a groundsheet/chairs and enjoy the show. From show starts at 7pm show until 9pm.

We are delighted to be hosting this wildflower and plant identification session at our stunning Burial Ground off Bois Moor Road.

Join the Beautiful Burial Ground Project and learn to identify wildflowers and plants with local expert from the Thames Valley Environmental Records Centre.

This is a friendly and informal session suitable for complete beginners as well as those looking to improve their skills.

Places are free thanks to the National Lottery Heritage Heritage Fund and people who play the National Lottery. Tickets (free, but places must be booked) are available from the link below for further details and ticket booking website details.

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/learn-to-identify-record-wildflowers-and-plants-chesham-bois-tickets-152354826387

If you live, work or do business in the Chiltern and South Bucks areas of Buckinghamshire, the Chiltern & South Bucks (CSB) Policing Issues Forum want to hear about your local policing issues or concerns.

They have posted a survey for the sole purpose of helping to identify local community concerns. Any questions or concerns should be directed to the CSB Forum by email.

https://yourvoicebucks.citizenspace.com/communities/csbpolicingissues2021

Amersham Action Group in partnership with Buckinghamshire Council have compiled a survey to find out what local people would like to see from Amersham on the Hill. The group think that post-Covid people may shop differently, and would like to try understand how people use their town centre.  By completing the survey you will help support the revival of the Amersham on the Hill community and town centre, and help local businesses thrive once again.

All responses are anonymous. The information collected will be processed by Buckinghamshire Council for research purposes.   The survey will take approximately ten minutes to complete. The deadline for completion is Wednesday 31st March 2021.

You can complete the survey by clicking on this link https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/MA68MI/

If you would like to know more about how your responses will be used, please email: econdev@buckinghamshire.gov.uk