Medmenham is a small Parish in the south of Wycombe District. It is bounded by the River Thames in the south, Great Marlow to the east and Hambleden to the west. It is a largely rural Parish with one main settlement, Medmenham, in the southeast corner of the area.
The River Thames is down Ferry Lane and up past Lodge Farm, the farms at Bockmer and Bockmer End, Woodend to Chisbridge Cross there are wonderful views across the county,
There are 322 households in the Parish homes to 974 people, as at the 2001 census!
Medmenham is one of the oldest villages in England. It is mentioned in the Domesday Book with a value of £8.00.
Danesfield School is situated in the area known as Wittington and has about 400 pupils.
The Church of St Peter and St Paul is a grade II listed building constructed in the 12th century. It is set in its own beautiful grounds at the crossroads at Medmenham.
The two other buildings in the village dating from this time are No. 6 Church Cottages next to the Church, and across the road the Dog and Badger Public House.