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Monday, September 13th, 2021

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ATC Grants Applications Reminder – Open Until 1st Oct 2021! Are you a member of a local community group, registered charity, sports club, faith group or voluntary sector organisation? Are you looking for financial assistance to deliver a particular project or initiative? Then we would very much like to hear from you! Amersham Town Council [More...]  [Read More... ]

The Great Big Green Week is a nationwide celebration of action on climate change, taking place across the UK from the 18 – 26 September 2021. To celebrate it, we invite you to take part in our community litter pick to help keep Amersham tidy. All equipment will be provided so why not join us [More...]  [Read More... ]

Friday 22nd – Sunday 24th October 2021 We are CALLING FOR ENTRIES to this year’s AMERSHAM FESTIVAL OF ARTS EXHIBITION! The Exhibition will be held in the historic Market Hall and we are hoping that it will be the perfect venue to showcase a wealth of local artistic talent!!! We would like to hear from [More...]  [Read More... ]

On Friday 27, the Town Mayor, Councillor Mark Roberts, was delighted to attend the closing ceremonies of the Kings Church Amersham “On Your Marks” holiday club and meet some of the children, parents and volunteers. KCA put on a holiday club every year, and despite the challenges this year, they were able to entertain nearly [More...]  [Read More... ]

Amersham Town Council also teamed up with Rotary in Amersham (who funded the seeds), collaborating with pupils from Stony Dean School to sow a 200m ribbon of wildflowers along the perimeter of the school playing field. Another great display. [More...]  [Read More... ]

You may recall that back in the spring we joined forces with other community groups, including Sustainable Amersham, Amersham Rotate- a flexible way to make a difference and Amersham Community Board to launch an initiative to get school children understanding the need for pollinators.   As part of this project, we distributed wildflower seeds to [More...]  [Read More... ]

The final list of stall holders have been announced for our next Street Market on 30th August (the Bank Holiday Monday) at The Broadway, Old Town, from 10am-4pm.   Stall holders will include Griffiths Brothers Gin, Two Spoons Tea Ltd, Lomito Sauces, Amersham Museum, Bakerbones Cakes & Cupcakes, Old Amersham Gin, Suzanne Raffellini Glass Artist, [More...]  [Read More... ]

Sunday, August 15th, 2021

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We are very pleased to see that our ‘Music in the Gardens’ concerts remain as popular as ever.. Brilliant band (thanks Bisham Concert Band), great weather (the sun shone), great audience (as ever) and of course, great location (the Memorial Gardens)! Thank you to all involved in making these events happen for our whole community [More...]  [Read More... ]

Monday, August 9th, 2021

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Great to see so many road name plates around town blooming with flowers – the rudbeckia, cosmos and sunflowers adding colour to most corners! [More...]  [Read More... ]

Following the success of the street market in Amersham on the Hill last month, we are very excited to be holding a second market day on 30th August (the Bank Holiday Monday) at The Broadway, Old Town, from 10am-4pm. This will also coincide with the Dixieland Swing Kings performing in the Memorial Gardens from 2.30-4.30pm [More...]  [Read More... ]

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