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Calling all residents of Amersham, this year you can get your Christmas tree collected hassle-free in return for a £5 donation which will support our Amersham in Bloom efforts.. All collected trees will be shredded for compost and used in one of the open spaces in Amersham. We are offering this service throughout next week, [More...]  [Read More... ]

While you could be mistaken for thinking that Christmas had come early, we would like to thank Barnett Waddingham for kindly joining forces with Amersham Town Council to sponsor an assortment of gardening tools which were presented to Stony Dean School this week. The selection includes rakes, secateurs, shears, trowels, bypass loppers and much much [More...]  [Read More... ]

Amersham continues to bloom despite the challenges faced this year. We’re thrilled that the Bucks Free Press has taken notice and penned this article. Well done all that have made this possible and supported us along the way, including all of the Amersham in Bloom volunteers, pupils and teachers of Stony Dean School, and the [More...]  [Read More... ]

Friday, November 20th, 2020

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Please bear with us while we refurbish the watering system in the Memorial Gardens.  The irrigation system, first installed in Feb 2016, provides an efficient way to water the plants, reducing the requirement for surface watering. The system, comprising of underground reservoirs, forms part of our efforts to bolster our environmental responsibility.  As part of the [More...]  [Read More... ]

Friday, November 20th, 2020

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As part of our efforts to bolster our resource management, earlier in the year the Town Council purchased an Eco Green composting shredder/bio-mixer. This ‘green machine’ is able grind, mulch and mix biodegradable products, from grass mowings, roots and soil to tree loppings, pallets and waste paper, to produce a usable product within minutes. The [More...]  [Read More... ]

  Back in March, when we needed to reconsider our plans for Bloom 2020 due to Covid 19, we were unwavering in our desire to ensure that Amersham would remain colourful, while maintaining our efforts to bolster our environmental responsibility. Thanks to the dedication of the Town Council and the volunteers, we are proud of [More...]  [Read More... ]

Thursday, November 5th, 2020

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Earlier this week the Bloom volunteers were working hard, planting a small wildlife hedge at Pondwicks Meadow. With a mix of blackthorn, field maple and common hawthorn the hedge is another wonderful addition to this nature area. Native wildflowers seeds were also sown in the patch of bare earth in front of the new hedge. [More...]  [Read More... ]

Friday, September 25th, 2020

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Another wonderful addition to the Sensory Garden this week – a welcome sign made of stone. [More...]  [Read More... ]

Tuesday, September 22nd, 2020

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Amersham in Bloom as an initiative helps galvanise the Town Council to improve Amersham for the benefit or residents and visitors. One such recent improvement is the revamp of the ‘quiet garden’ which is located beside St Mary’s Church in Old Amersham. In conjunction with the Town Council four volunteers – William, David, Gill and [More...]  [Read More... ]

Thanks to all our Great British September Clean HEROES!! Following an extremely successful weekend cleaning up Amersham, ATC would like to say a huge thanks to everyone who turned out to help! With over 80 volunteers both old and young coming to lend a socially distanced hand, well over 100 bags of litter were collected [More...]  [Read More... ]

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