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Welcome to Amersham Town Council  

We hope that this website enables you to familiarise yourself with the Town Council's role in the community. 
If you have any comments or useful information, we will be delighted to hear from you.

The Town Council was established in 1974, replacing the existing Amersham Parish Council (est 1895) in the local government reorganisation of that year.

The Town Council has 15 members who represent the Wards of the Amersham community, Amersham On The Hill, Amersham Old Town and Weedon Hill. The Town has a population of approx 15,000.

Amersham is known as the 'Gateway to the Chilterns'. The Historic Old Town, with it's abundance of listed buildings forms the cultural heart - a natural setting for our regular civic events.

Further up the hill is the more modern top town, with the station that provides regular train and tube links into London. On our doorstep lies acres of Chiltern countryside, an area of much acclaimed outstanding beauty.

We hope visitors will enjoy their stay in Amersham - we know our residents love living here.

NEWS FLASH 

Amersham Town Council is pleased to announce that they have moved into their new offices.   Our new address is:  Flint Barn Court, Church Street, Old Amersham, Bucks  HP7 0DB. The telephone number will be remain the same:   01494 434000.

 

THE 39TH ANNUAL TOWN MEETING

WILL BE HELD AT
MARKET HALL
MARKET SQUARE, AMERSHAM HP7 0DJ
ON
MONDAY, 10TH MARCH 2014 AT 7.30 P.M.

 

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  Click on the links below for the latest news and upcoming events

Amersham Town Council Purchases
New Property
 


The Town Council Councillors have proposed that a monthly surgery is held at the town council office. This will provide the opportunity for residents to meet your Councillors to discuss any areas of concern or local issues.
If you would like to see such a town council service them please email you thoughts to stevec@amersham-tc.gov.uk 
Thank you.

Community Carol Concert 

King George V Playground Consultation

Closing date 31 March


Stop Press......Winter Newsletter
Current Planning
Applications 

        Amersham in Bloom 2014

Social Media 

Amersham in Bloom 2013