Open Day Sunday October 15th. 10.30 – 4pm.
Private collection of rare & specimen trees in delightful 6 acres of woodland setting. Managed & maintained by dedicated volunteers. Admission £2. Free guided tours throughout the day. Guidebook available. Regret uneven terrain not suitable for disabled
Managed & maintained by dedicated volunteers.
Free guided tours throughout the day.
Regret uneven terrain not suitable for disabled
Contact Coralie Ramsey 01344 774620 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Priestfield Arboretum, Stony Lane, Little Kingshill
Open Day Sunday October 15th. 10.30 – 4pm. Private collection of rare & specimen trees in delightful 6 acre woodland setting. Managed & maintained by dedicated volunteers. Admission £2. Free guided tours throughout the day. Guidebook available. Regret uneven terrain not suitable for disabled
The consultation has run from 16 October, due to technical issues with the WDC website it has been extended now, to 11.59pm 4th December.
P&TGRS has submitted a detailed comment on behalf of P&TGRS, Ashwells Forum and representatives from the Gomm Valley & Ashwells Liaison Group. please read, it is posted on the planning pages of this website.
if you wish to submit a comment please visit the WDC website.
You may view a copy of the report to Cabinet and the Local Plan and update (‘supplement’) as considered by Cabinet on the page for the 18 September Cabinet on our website (agenda item 4, appendix 2): https://councillors.wycombe.gov.uk/ieListDocuments.aspx?CId=118&MId=5850
Evidence supporting the Local Plan may be viewed on the following page: https://www.wycombe.gov.uk/pages/Planning-and-building-control/New-local-plan/New-local-plan-publication-version-supporting-evidence.aspx
if you are interested in playing please contact Bob:
Penn Pond Waders Golf Society
Tel: 07973 137446
also see the entry for Penn Pond Waders Society in Village Life /Clubs & Societies
The Evening WI will be holding another of their very popular Craft Fairs on the first Saturday in November. There will be refreshments and WI home made cakes as well as a large variety of craft stalls. Come and buy that unusual Christmas present or simply treat yourself. We look forward to greeting you.
please look at the news & views pages on the mobile Library service consultation, it provides the background to why there is a proposal to change the way that non-building based library services are provided.
there is a survey to complete and return by the end of December.
if you currently use the mobile library then you need to let the Library service know your views.
Royal British Legion Remembrance Service on Back Common at 10.50am for 11 o’clock silence.
Tickets are available from the Sports and Social Club bar and Joe Gleesons ( 01494 813392)
under 16s £4
under 5s free
please come along from 6pm, fireworks will start at 7.30pm
On Saturday 18th November Del Boy and Rodney will be in attendance at a performance of “Only fools and 3 courses” at the Village Hall.
A Waitress served three course meal and bar infused with lashings of humour from Uncle Albert and family will be yours to enjoy on the night.
All profits from the night will be added to the years “Village fund pot”, raised this year for Bucks MIND, our adopted charity after the tragic loss of our local builder Jim Hawes following a period of severe depression.
The last few tickets for the event are available from Tina Brown at the Village hall at £35 each.
This year’s cheque will be presented to Bucks MIND after Carols on the Common on December 21st. At the Sports and Social club.