Meeting Dates 2017

All meetings to be held at Ley Hill Memorial Hall in the Rear Committee Room (unless specified otherwise)
Start time 7.15pm
Thu 12th January

Thu 2nd March

**DATE CHANGE**
Thur 27th April

Annual Parish Meeting, 19:30, Ley Hill Methodist Chapel

Tue 2nd May
Annual Council Meeting, 18:45

Wed 14th June
19.15 St George’s Church, Tylers Hill

Thu 27th July
Latimer Parish Hall, Latimer

Tue 12th September
Latimer Parish Hall, Latimer

Wed 25th October

Wed 29th November

BHT Connect – the latest news from Bucks Healthcare – March 2016

Welcome to BHT Connect – our regular newsletter aimed at keeping our partners and the public connected to what we are doing to continue to deliver safe and compassionate care every time.

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Let’s Talk Health Bucks – March 2016

A big thank you!

We’ve collected valuable feedback from around 300 people, through our survey and at meetings we have been running in connection with the Children’s Therapies re-commissioning project. It’s fantastic that so many people have taken time to give us their views. The next step is sharing this information in a report for the commissioners so that they can take it all into consideration when writing their proposal. When the proposal is ready we will share it with you all again for further input. […]

Chiltern Society Spring Magazine

Includes 51 Things To Do In The Chilterns

As regular readers will know 2015 was the Society’s 50th anniversary, and we celebrated it in style. Now we’re in our 51st year so here, in no particular order, are 51 activities to keep you amused in the Chilterns! […]

Chiltern Society eNews – February 2016

Heritage Group Launch Event, Chenies Manor

Come to Chenies Manor, a Grade 1 listed jewel in The Chilterns, at 10am on April 9th to enjoy refreshments and the company of others committed to the preservation of our local heritage.

Hear from Earl Howe, our society’s patron, on why he is passionate about our local environment and learn about the various projects that the group is currently undertaking. With the advent of HS2, the changes to planning regulations and people’s need to escape from the pressures of everyday life, our beautiful countryside and its buildings need our protection more than ever. Find out how you can get involved and share with us your own ideas on what we should be focusing on for the future. Places are limited, so to avoid disappointment, book your place here. […]

Neighbourhood Policing Team – March 2016 Newsletter

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Chiltern Voice Set to Hit the Airwaves in February 2016

Pop-up community radio station for Chiltern to hit the airwaves this winter

Pop-up FM radio station Chiltern District Radio station will hit the airwaves for two weeks only in February.

The station has been licensed by Ofcom and will broadcast on 87.9 FM, as well as on the internet, to Chesham, Amersham, Great Missenden and surrounding areas from February 7, with pre-recorded programmes, before going live during the half-term break from February 14. […]

Chiltern Society eNews – January 2016

Feed the birds this Winter

Lots of animals are now hibernating to survive the long cold winter days until Spring arrives. Birds, however, do not hibernate over the winter – this is because they’re unable to store enough fat on their bodies to survive the long period of sleep.… […]

Is Your Hedge or Tree Overhanging the Public Highway?

Transport for Buckinghamshire (TfB) on behalf of Buckinghamshire County Council, would remind home and land owners that it is their responsibility to keep the highway free from overhanging trees, shrubs and overgrown bushes etc.

Landowners must ensure that there is no obstruction or partial obstruction to the footway or carriageway. […]

Update for Parishes, From Transport for Buckinghamshire

We’re ready for winter – are you?

Here at Transport for Buckinghamshire, we start our winter season during October, when we ensure all our salt barns are fully stocked, all the salt bins across the county are full, and start monitoring road temperatures. […]

Chilterns Conservation Board October 2015 Newsletter

Love the Chilterns? Why not join the Board

Would you like to use your love of the Chilterns in an active role to help protect and promote the area? The Chilterns Conservation Board has vacancies for two members, which are open to anyone to apply for. It’s a chance to get involved in projects and in issues which affect the wildlife, landscapes and communities of the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. […]

Open Spaces Magazine – Autumn 2015

Cover Story

Stringer’s Common, north of Guildford in Surrey, is being proposed as Suitable Alternative Green Space, to protect the Thames Basin Heaths Special Protection Area from public pressure generated by new development nearby. Since Stringer’s Common already has access rights and is of nature conservation value, we say that new green space should be provided instead (see page 11). Photo: Gaynor White. […]

Chiltern Society Autumn Magazine

From the Chairman David Harris

As I write we’re halfway through our 50th anniversary year – and what a year! We’ve just had a wonderful Garden Party and our recently published walking guidebook, 50 Great Walks in the Chilterns, produced entirely by our volunteers, has been recommended by Christopher Sommerville of The Times. There are many other events and activities planned – I hope you manage to enjoy some of them. […]

Chiltern Society eNews – September 2015

Welcome to our woolly lawnmowers

A flock of Herdwick sheep have returned to Brush Hill Local Nature Reserve to help us manage the important chalk grassland. By grazing the more aggressive grass and plant species, they make room for a more diverse range of wildflowers that will in turn support a wide range of insects and bird life. […]