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About the Residents Society

The Penn & Tylers Green Residents Society (P&TGRS) was formed in the spring Read More

Find out more about P&TG

Learn about the villages and their history Read More

Woods and Open Spaces

Common Wood was purchased by the Penn and Tylers Green Residents Society in Read More

Village pre-school

The Residents Society runs the Village Pre-school on a "not-for-profit" basis. The school Read More

Village Voice

The latest edition of Village Voice is now available. Click here to view online. Read More

Planning & Conservation

The Residents Society takes a keen interest in matters of planning and conservation Read More

See our Facebook page

Get the latest updates on local news/views from our facebook page.   Read More

Village Guide

Directory of local services, businesses, clubs etc Read More
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The Penn and Tylers Green Residents Society has one overarching purpose, which is to promote the values and interests of the community which it serves. As a registered charity it does this in a wide variety of ways, reflecting the many aspects of our village life. This website is designed to provide a window onto the Society's work including local news, activities, historical research and the natural environment.

No Society that aims to serve the local community could do without the commitment and expertise of its members, and the Penn and Tylers Green Residents Society is no exception. We are immensely grateful for the contribution of time and professional skills from many local residents which together make the Society the thriving and vibrant organisation that it is.

I am very proud to be the Society's President and proud of the work that it does. I hope that all who access this website will find it a source of useful information as well as a fascinating repository of detail about "all things Penn and Tylers Green".

Frederick Howe
The Rt Hon The Earl Howe PC

  • Tree felling on Penn to Beaconsfield Road

    Many people have expressed concern about the clear-felling of the small wood just below Penbury on the way to Beaconsfield. The Forestry Commission has responded as follows: I can confirm that the land is not owned by the Penn House Estate, they have the woodland on the north side of the road. It is a trust that own the woodland in question. The felling licence was Read More
  • Quiz Night - 18th April

    A Quiz Night is being held in the Village Hall on Saturday 18th April. Tickets are £12 per head to include a fish and chip supper (or vegetarian alternative).There will also be a cash bar and raffle. It is being organised by Harry Cooper, a year 11 pupil at Sir William Ramsay school, who is participating in a World Challenge trip to Malaysia in the summer. Read More
  • My Christmas trip to meet Santa in Lapland

    By India Gandy, 7 years old, Tylers Green Middle School. In December I won a holiday for me and my family to go to Lapland!  A few weeks earlier I had entered an Ordnance Survey competition to draw a map of how I imagined Santa’s Town might look.  When I came home from school my Mum told me the amazing news – I could not believe it Read More
  • New timetable for Arriva bus

    Thanks to Peter Strutt for advising that the timetable for Arriva bus route 31 from the village to High Wycombe has been slightly amended. The departure times from the pond are typically 3 minutes earlier during the middle part of the day.  Read More
  • Motorbikes in Kingswood

    During the first 9 months of 2014, the Chepping Wye Valley Neighbourhood Team and the Wycombe East Neighbourhood team ran Operation Gravel - an operation targeting the anti-social use of motorbikes in and around Kingswood. A considerable number of bikes were seized by the teams, a number of riders were prosecuted for driving offences and partner agencies were able to exert influence on some of the rider's parents. Consequently, the Read More
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