Welcome

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 three tiers of local government and works with Chiltern District Council and Buckinghamshire County 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 Bucks CC) and a number of woodlands.

Buckinghamshire County Council is responsible for educationsocial serviceshighways and footpaths, and libraries.

Further information can be found by clicking on the links above, or by visiting the County Council’s website:

Chiltern District Council has responsibility for council taxplanningenvironmental health and waste.

Community Tree Planting – 9th December

On Sunday 9th December 2018, the Town Council would like to invite residents, community groups volunteers and anyone else who might want to do their bit to improve the Town to join our Amersham in Bloom Community Tree Plant at Willow Wood, off Stanley Hill. Over 500 trees have been donated by the Conservation Volunteers [More…]

Christmas Events in Amersham

With Summer now a distant memory, we look towards the end of the year and Christmas. Amersham will be bustling with festive cheer so make sure you note down these Christmas events taking place. Amersham Action Group are hosting their popular Christmas Festival on Saturday 1 December. There will be lots of wonderful attractions on offer [More…]

Amersham Marks the Centenary of The Great War

Remembrance Sunday Amersham, joined the millions of people around the world to commemorate the centenary of the end of the First World War as part of a number of Remembrance Sunday events.    Unveiling of the bench at Sycamore Corner In association with Amersham and District Residents Association and Bucks County Council, the verge at [More…]