We were founded in 2004 and relocated in 2009 to its present premises in Market Square, Chesham. The museum was conceived and is maintained, run and financed completely by local volunteers. The museum aims to educate visitors about the rich history of Chesham and its past inhabitants. Visits now free of charge thanks to a generous donation from Waitrose.
Our aim is to enjoy making music and to put on about three concerts per year. The orchestra is always on the lookout for new members, so if you are a string player, follow the link for more info.
Chiltern District Referees Society provides support and training for referees in the Chiltern area. We are proud to be one of the largest societies in Buckinghamshire, and our meetings are held on the third Thursday of every month during the season at Barn Hall, Amersham Community Centre.
Chiltern Moving Art is a community art organisation in Chesham. We organise and perform Indian Classical dance and music in and around Buckinghamshire. We also make documentary films on community issues and perform regular musical and theatrical shows based on traditional and contemporary literatures.
A walking group for people in their 20s and 30s living in the Chilterns and surrounding areas. We have walks every weekend and also have an active social calendar. Membership of around 200 people and growing.
Performing Shakespeare’s plays in the open-air in a South Bucks parkland setting with a covered auditorium in support of selected charities.
A "what's on" website catering for runners in the Chilterns area. It will display road and trail races as well as orienteering events.
Cholesbury-cum-St Leonards Local History Group meets in the evening of the first Friday of the month from October to May . Its principal focus is on subjects local to the Chilterns and Buckinghamshire but will also feature talks on history in general. Details of the programme can be found on its website or via the contact number.
We are three churches within the Parish of the Claydons in North Buckinghamshire, and are also part of the Claydons and Swan Team. As a Christian fellowship we welcome everyone whether newcomer, visitor, or a community member, and any who are in need. With traditional and contemporary styles of worship we share the love and example of Jesus.
Community Weather Station
The Buckingham and Winslow Community Care Forum run a series of services to help the Buckinghamshire community. These include a hospital car service and a Care for Carers group
Creative Bucks is a partnership between all the local authorities in Buckinghamshire and the Arts Council to support the creative sector and coordinate countywide creative projects.
The Cross Keys Suregry in Princes Risborough has an active patient participation group (PPG) which aims to: develop a partnership with patients. discover what a range of patients think about services and to establish their priorities. provide a platform to test and modify ideas and plans. Interested? contact via e-mail or reception in the surgery.
A Garden club for local area people interested in Garden service, which meets once a month with a lecture or tour for all interested parties.
We are the local group of the national cycling organisation Cycling UK. Cycling UK provides a magazine, third party insurance, technical advice, cycling holidays and free access to led rides via local groups like ours. We welcome newcomers to cycling. We offer a choice of led rides on Sundays and occasional cycling holidays.
Mixed choir of about 30 voices, singing a varied repertoire of sacred and secular music from the 16th to the 21st century. Rehearsals Wednesdays 8-10 pm at the White Hill Centre, Chesham. Keywords Bucks Choir Choirs in Bucks a capella choir
The hall was built in 1923, with monies raised by public donation within the village of Downley in memory of the 22 men who died in the Great War of 1914-1918. The building is on a sloping site so that it has an upper hall with stage and a smaller lower hall.
The community website for the village of Drayton St Leonard, Oxfordshire
Edgcott Parish Council services the Parish of Edgcott. Meetings are usually every 6 weeks in the Village Hall. All concerns should be sent to the Parish Clerk.
Faithweavers is a not-for-profit organisation that has arisen out of the Bucks Forum of Faiths. We know that faith groups support children and young people, adults with particular needs and older people in all sorts of ways and would like to offer a free space for your ideas to be shared.
FOCUS provides support to families and children at Saunderton Lodge. We have a small part time staff of 2 project workers who use the renowned parenting programme, Parents as First Teachers. Our all age project worker provides support and practical advice to older children and vulnerable adults. We continue to support the families as they move into their new accommodation.
The Beeches 5k is an exciting inaugural race within Burnham Beeches national nature reserve. The organisation comprises of seasoned runners from the Farnham Common area. The 5k is entirely on 'black top' road and traffic free.
Seeleys House has both Day Service and Respite Care Services catering for the needs of adults who have severe learning difficulties and/or have physical disabilities. FOSH is a fund-raising support group. Members of FOSH include parents and guardians of Seeley's clients, staff at Seeleys, and also members of the general public. FOSH is a registered charity (Registered Number 298663)
Ethnic communities information service.
The Future of Our Village Forum is a coming together of representatives from a number of organisations in Bourne End to promote the village. It has produced a Community Led Plan for Bourne End and has distributed it to local councils at parish, district and county levels and a summary document has gone to all households in the area.