Amersham Town Council is the parish council for the town of Amersham.
Its mission statement is to maintain and enhance Amersham for the well-being and prosperity of present and future generations.
The Town Council is one of two tiers of local government and works with Buckinghamshire Council to provide a wide range of services for residents and visitors alike.
The Town Council has direct responsibility for allotments, cemeteries, public gardens, children’s play areas, sporting facilities, residential street lighting (lighting in ‘A’ roads falls under the jurisdiction of Buckinghamshire Council) and a number of woodlands.
Further information can be found by clicking on the links above, or by visiting the Buckinghamshire Council’s website: https://www.buckinghamshire.gov.uk/
School Child Embracing Clean Up Day
As posted a couple of weekends ago, we enjoyed a really successful Great British Spring Clean Campaign with many families lending a hand. One such helper was Millie of St Georges CofE Infant School who came along with her family. Millie has since written a letter to her teacher which highlights her shock at the [More…]
Memorial Gardens Flag Stolen
It is with sadness to report that the Union Flag that graced the Memorial Gardens in Old Amersham has been stolen. The photograph below was taken on VE Day back in May. [More…]
Update from HS2 Regarding the Continued Closure of Whielden Lane For updates on the continued closure of Whielden Lane, please click the link below. http://www.amersham-tc.gov.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/Notice-of-works_Align_Amersham_extension-of-Whielden-Lane-closure-Final_Sept-2020.pdf [More…]