Tuesday, June 11th, 2019

St Leonard’s Church, who are responsible for the planned redevelopment of the Parish Centre have updated their website with new information.  The latest plans are now available to view : https://www.stleonardscb.org.uk/parishcentreredevelopment where there is also a form to sign up to the St Leonard’s Church mailing list to be informed of future progress.  There are also Frequently Asked Questions

We would encourage all Chesham Bois residents to engage with this consultation process and make sure that their needs, aspirations and concerns can be taken into account.   The Church project team can be contacted with comments and queries on pcredevelopment@stleonardscb.org.uk.

Chesham Bois Parish Council is also interested in the views of all residents -please email us on clerk@cheshamboispc.org.uk

Monday 20 May 2019 at 8pm in the Parish Centre, Glebe Way HP6 5ND

This meeting is an opportunity for all electors of the Parish of Chesham Bois to ask questions of the Council and raise any issues relating to the Parish.

The Annual Account for the year ended 31st March 2019 will be presented as will the 2019 CBPC Annual Review.  A copy of the Agenda can be downloaded here.

We also have two speakers:

Fiona Everingham, Local Wildlife Site Surveyor at Bucks County Council who is going to talk about the Chalk Grassland at the Burial Ground; and

Robert Gibson who will talk about activities of the Chiltern Community Forum

Refreshments will also be available afterwards.   Everyone welcome.

 

Friday, May 3rd, 2019

The 2019 CBPC Annual Review will be delivered to every household in Chesham Bois during the week commencing 6th May.   The Review informs residents on the activities of the Parish Council over the past year.

The Annual Review together with the accounts for the year ended 31st March 2019 will be presented at the Chesham Bois Annual Parish Meeting on Monday 20th  May at 8pm in the Parish Centre. 

This will be followed by two presentations by:

Fiona Everingham, Local Wildlife Site Surveyor at Bucks County Council who is going to talk about the Chalk Grassland at the Burial Ground; and

Robert Gibson who will talk about activities of the Chiltern Community Forum.

Refreshments will also be available afterwards.

 

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