Wednesday, January 13th, 2021

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On Tuesday, we were pleased to trim the overgrown hedge that has been ‘hiding’ the Martyrs’ Memorial for some time. The memorial, which was built in 1931 to commemorate the Martyrs who were burnt at the stake, is owned and maintained by the Protestant Alliance. The memorial can be approached from the footpath leading from St. Mary’s Church or from a footpath off Station Road.

Monday, January 11th, 2021

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Update from HS2 Regarding works in the Amersham area

We have been notified that HS2 will be holding an online “webinar” tomorrow evening (Tuesday 12th January 2021) to give residents the opportunity to hear about updates in the Amersham area. This will include information on works at the roundabout junction of the A355 and A413 known as the Gore Hill roundabout.

The Webinar will start at 18:00 hrs and is expected to last for one hour.

Please note that these are guided presentations. Tickets are available via Eventbrite here –

For further reading regarding HS2 works in Amersham, please go to –

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, so add your address and preferred date of collection (between Monday 4th and Friday 8th January) when you donate at If you are unable to leave your details on the just giving page, please make your donation then email enclosing your name, address and preferred date of collection.

All collections will be non-contact.

We are still offering the free recycling service if you drop your Christmas Tree at the Town Council Depot at Hervines Park before 17 January.

Tuesday, December 29th, 2020

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It is with regret to announce that the community tree planting event that was due to take place on Friday 1st January has been cancelled. With Buckinghamshire under tier four restrictions it is not possible hold the event which was due to take place at Willow Wood.

We will reschedule the event as soon as we can.

Tuesday, December 29th, 2020

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We are pleased to announce that the Town Council is once again offering a Christmas tree recycling service this New Year.

Feel free to drop off your ‘used’ real trees our Hervines Road Depot, where they will be shredded and used around the town. There will be a designated (non-contact) drop area in the car park, with the service running from Saturday 2nd January until Sunday 17th January.

If you should need to contact the Depot office, please call 01494 725650 (please note the Depot office is not always manned due to staff working out and about in the Community).

Thursday, December 24th, 2020

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ATC Office Christmas Hours:

The Town Council office is not currently open to the public, however, we remain a phone call away.

Please note our opening times over Christmas and New Year:

Monday 21st December 2020 – 9.00am to 5.00pm

Tuesday 22nd December 2020 – 9.00am to 5.00pm

Wednesday 23rd December 2020 – 9.00am to 5.00pm

Thursday 24th December 2020 – CHRISTMAS EVE – 9.00am to 1.00pm

Friday 25th December 2020 – CHRISTMAS DAY – Closed

Monday 28th December 2020 – BANK HOLIDAY – Closed

Tuesday 29th December 2020 – 10.00am to 4.00pm

Wednesday 30th December 2020 – 10.00am to 4.00pm

Thursday 31st December – 10.00am to 4.00pm

Friday 1st January 2021 – NEW YEARS DAY – Closed

We want to take this opportunity to say a huge thank you to all the residents that have supported our efforts over the past year – your encouragement has been humbling.

Have a safe and peaceful Christmas and New Year.

The Town Council will be holding an online Extra Ordinary meeting at 7.30pm on Monday 4th January 2021 to discuss planning application PL/20/3564 for the redevelopment of 57-65 Sycamore Road Amersham (the current site of Waterstones and Superdrug).  Members of the public are welcome to participate in the meeting remotely.  Please contact  by 31st December to receive a Zoom link for the meeting.   

Friday, December 18th, 2020

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News from The Old Amersham Business Association –  

A reminder that the Christmas Market will be taking place tomorrow and there are two remaining free parking dates. 


Free parking

Saturday 19 December

Thursday 24 December (Christmas Eve)


Christmas Market (underneath Market Hall)

Saturday 19 December

The local stalls will include Bucks Fish (wet fish and shellfish), No2 Pound Street (British cheese selection), Maxine’s Patisserie (Christmas cakes, bakes and treats) and Hector Hartley (goodies for your canine friends).


With free parking on 19 and 24 December and festive music and singing from local groups including Amersham Band, Chalfont Wind Band and the Chiltern Singers, this will bring some added enjoy to the Old Amersham Christmas shopping experience.

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.

As we all know a group of Stony Dean pupils (and teachers- thanks Gareth, Derek and James) help out with tasks in Amersham on a weekly basis and these tools are a welcome and generous gift. Thanks once again to Barnett Waddingham, a perennial supporter of the Town Council and Amersham in Bloom.

The chaps from Stony Dean School didn’t waste anytime before they tested out the new tools, filling two bulk bags with leaves.

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