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Friday, May 15th, 2020

Filed under: Emergency Notice, News Item

YourAmersham CoronaVirus Help was set up in March with the aim of assisting our more vulnerable residents who are confined to their homes during the Covid-19 Coronavirus outbreak. In addition to the dedicated Helpline number -01494 702149- a Facebook Page has also been set up:https://www.facebook.com/groups/youramershamcoronavirushelp/?ref=group_header The group can offer help with shopping, posting letters, collecting [More...]  [Read More... ]

Thursday, April 23rd, 2020

Filed under: Emergency Notice, News Item

If you are self isolating because of the coronavirus and live in Amersham, get help by contacting the local volunteer help group. Please see the poster below for details. [More...]  [Read More... ]

Friday, April 17th, 2020

Filed under: Emergency Notice, News Item

The cemeteries at Stanley Hill, The Platt and St Mary’s are now open to residents visiting graves, however social distancing must still be adhered to. Those that are not visiting graves are not currently permitted to enter these sites. We apologise for any inconvenience caused. [More...]  [Read More... ]

Changes to waste services due to COVID-19 (coronavirus) Due to the developing situation and the latest advice regarding COVID-19 (coronavirus), waste services are currently operating with a reduced number of staff. As a result, some waste services have been suspended. This allows our available staff to focus on collecting general rubbish, recycling and clinical waste, [More...]  [Read More... ]

Under the new Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restrictions) Regulations 2020, the Town Council has been instructed to close its cemeteries (Stanley Hill, The Platt and St Mary’s) to the public, except for funerals and burials. We apologise for any inconvenience caused. [More...]  [Read More... ]

In this challenging and fast-developing national and international situation we are reviewing the arrangements for Council services on a daily basis. Following Public Health advice all Council operated grounds maintenance, grass cutting and horticultural operations will be suspended from Tuesday, 24th March until further notice. Our three parks- Hervines Park, Barn Meadow and King George [More...]  [Read More... ]

Monday, March 23rd, 2020

Filed under: Emergency Notice, News Item

In light of the latest government guidance on social distancing and social isolation, the Council has taken the decision to suspend all meetings of Amersham Town Council with immediate effect until further notice.  Council staff will however continue working, endeavouring to provide our normal service, as long as these activities are within the prevailing government [More...]  [Read More... ]

Friday, March 20th, 2020

Filed under: Emergency Notice, News Item

Following a meeting of the Town Council to be held on Monday 23rd March 2020, it is anticipated that all Amersham Town Council & Committee public meetings will be suspended indefinitely, in line with the prevailing government guidelines on minimising the spread of the COVID-19 virus. The Town Council offices will remain open, with Council [More...]  [Read More... ]

Amersham is a fantastic community, and there are lots of individuals across the town coming together to help and support those affected by Coronavirus directly or due to self-isolation. In response to the many elderly or vulnerable people who are being advised to self-isolate Buckinghamshire County Council has launched an online community support hub which [More...]  [Read More... ]

Wednesday, June 5th, 2019

Filed under: Emergency Notice, News Item

On behalf of the Amersham and District Branch of the Royal British Legion, the Town Council would like to invite residents to a short service at midday on Thursday 6 June, to commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day.The 15-minute service which is to take place in the Memorial Gardens will comprise a blessing from Rev. [More...]  [Read More... ]

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