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    Fun for all at Amersham Carnival & Town Show…..RIO Style!! Excitement is building with less than 130 days until Amersham Carnival & Town Show 2016 on Saturday 9th July 2016! This fun-filled action packed day will start with a vibrant RIO themed Procession, leaving from KGV Field at 12 midday, taking in a route of Amersham [More...]  [Read More... ]

Sounds of the Samba in 2016 Following the success of Amersham Carnival 2015, Amersham Town Council, Amersham Action Group and Amersham Round  Table are delighted to announce the date of next year’s Amersham Carnival – Saturday 9 July 2016 – and the theme – Rio! Rio is the scene of the 2016 Olympic Games along [More...]  [Read More... ]

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With the wonderful assistance of pupils from Elangeni School, Woodside Junior School and St Mary's CofE Primary School we have over the past week planted three of the four raised signature flowerbeds around town. Huge congratulations to Shamika Botenne, Patience Williams - Holmes and Esme O'Driscoll who with a few of their peers, helped to plant out their winning designs.
In total 356 entries were received from all junior/primary schools within Amersham
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At 9pm last night 75 tea lights, commemorating the start of the 75th anniversary of the D-Day Landings and the Battle of Normandy, were placed in the Memorial Gardens. The lights flickered into the early hours. ...

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At midday in the Memorial Gardens, Amersham paid its respects to the remarkable D-Day veterans, by commemorating the 75th anniversary of the landings in northern France. ...

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WOW.. so much has been achieved over the past two days with the summer bedding display in the Memorial Gardens all complete.
This year we have planted a mixture of green coleus in the central beds, red coleus in the two beds around the pond and mixed geraniums in the D bed. What a transformation and what a display it is going to be! We even managed to replant the deck of HMS Dreadnought. Our sincere thanks to all involved.
More on the 2019 centrepiece tomorrow or Monday!!
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