May 022017

“ Following the posting of the annual accounts to the website, all the statutory and regulatory information relating to this year’s AGM are now available ( our Memorandum and Articles of Association ; Company Rules ; Standing Orders for the AGM ; the Minutes of the 2016 AGM ; the formal Notice convening the AGM ; the Annual Report for 2016 and the statutory Accounts for 2016) .


In accordance with the relevant provisions in our Articles, the Board gives notice of its intention to recommend to the AGM the reappointment of Mrs Gill Markham and Mr Peter Miller as Directors ( trustees) of the Residents Society. Mrs Markham has served as Director of Public Relations, since her appointment as a Director by the Board in June of last year; Mr  Miller has been Chairman of the Penn School Working Group, since it was established under P&TGRS auspices in October last year, was co-opted to the Board in March and has recently been appointed as a Director. Their work has added considerably to the effectiveness of the Board’s communications with local Residents ( as visitors to the website for example will doubtless testify) and of its ongoing work with local authorities and national educational bodies for an acceptable outcome for use of the Penn School site..”

All available on the Residents Society page

 Posted by at 10:21 am
Jan 142017


In November 2016 the following comments agreed by the Ashwells Forum, which includes the PTG Residents Society, Chepping Wycombe Parish Council, County & District Councillors and neighbouring residents from Ashwells, Wheeler Avenue/Carter Walk, and Sandpits Lane, were submitted to Wycombe District Council as there were real concerns about the proposed development. The full document is available to read here. web-v-ashwells-development-proposals-18-nov-16

 Posted by at 6:42 pm
Oct 022016

Penn and Common Wood access and interpretation project

Since all the excitement and activity to purchase Penn wood back in 1998, and then Common wood in 2002, these two woods have become really special places in the heart of the Chilterns. Over the last 15 years with your help we have achieved so much to open and restore these ancient woods. There is now 686 acres of woodland for all to enjoy and with your help now we can improve this area even more.

 Posted by at 7:42 pm
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