Amersham Town Council is the parish council for the town of Amersham.

Its mission statement is to maintain and enhance Amersham for the well-being and prosperity of present and future generations.

The Town Council is one of two tiers of local government and works with Buckinghamshire Council to provide a wide range of services for residents and visitors alike.

The Town Council has direct responsibility for allotments, cemeteries, public gardens, children’s play areas, sporting facilities, residential street lighting (lighting in ‘A’ roads falls under the jurisdiction of Buckinghamshire Council) and a number of woodlands.

Buckinghamshire Council is responsible for educationsocial serviceshighways and footpaths, libraries, council taxplanningenvironmental health and waste.

Further information can be found by clicking on the links above, or by visiting the Buckinghamshire Council’s website: https://www.buckinghamshire.gov.uk/

Church Mead

A fantastic effort from the Chilterns Green Gym, who joined forces with the Town Council to trim back the overgrown vegetation in Church Mead (the meadow behind the Memorial Gardens) yesterday morning. In addition to cutting back overhanging willow branches a large section of the evasive laurel was also pruned.The Chilterns Green Gym meet at [More…]

Wildflowers across town

We hope that you are enjoying the pockets and variety of wildflowers that are flowering throughout town. In addition to refreshing existing meadows the Council has sown a number of new areas which includes a small ‘nectar cafe’ at Sycamore Corner. [More…]

Heritage Day 2021 Cancelled

It is with regret to announce that Heritage Day 2021 has been cancelled due to the ongoing Coronavirus (Covid-19) Pandemic. We apologise for any inconvenience caused, and look forward to hosting a Heritage Day again in 2022. [More…]