Village pub night: Friday 28th April

Come and mingle with your friends and neighbours at our monthly community pub night. All the usuals – food, drinks  and pub games.

All welcome from 6:30pm to 10:30pm. Get there early to make sure you don’t miss out on the delicious home-cooked food – this month its lamb tagine or veggie tagine.

Craft Exhibition at St John’s – 8/9th July

Two weeks after the village fete, on July 8th and 9th, we are holding a craft exhibition at St John’s Church in Bellingdon.

We would love to have contributions from local people, especially those who live in Bellingdon and Asheridge.

It is not intended that people sell crafts, but exhibitors would be welcome to have cards or information sheets available for people to pick up.

Are you a photographer, do you paint, do you embroider or make corn dollies or pottery? Or could you provide any background music (though people will probably be chatting over a cup of tea…)?

If you would like to exhibit something or would like any more information do get in touch with me on

Village Fete 2017

24th June 2017 12:30-5:00pm 

We’re delighted to  be collaborating once again with the fantastic Medical Detection Dogs to bring you the annual fun dog show. The list and timings of classes will be released nearer to the time so please check back for more details.

We’ll have the Hemel Hempstead Band, plant sale, real ale festival, BBQ, tombola, raffle, cakes and teas, tug-of-war, kids’ corner, bouncy castle, fairground rides, animal petting and pony rides, fancy dress competition and much more.

Once again we are extremely fortunate to be able to offer, as the top raffle prize, a pair of premium tickets for a rugby international at Twickenham, courtesy of Conlan Associates.

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Consultation on Unitary Authorities

Bucks County Council are currently conducting an online survey of residents’ and organisations’ views on the proposals to form one or more unitary authorities in the county.

There is a reasonable consensus that Bucks residents would benefit from a move to unitary authorities which combine the roles of County and District councils into one level of local authority.

The question remains however: would residents be better served by two Unitary Authorities – one based in the North of the county and one in the South – or by one county-wide authority? (In a 2 unitary authority solution, Chiltern District would fall in the South along with South Bucks and Wycombe Districts.)

The survey, being conducted on behalf of Bucks CC, is available here: and is open until May 19th.

It’s not a referendum… but it is a opportunity to let your views be known!