Parish News

Holmer Green LED Street Lighting - Update

A further 35 street lights were converted to LED lanterns at the end of March in Watchet Lane, Beech Tree Road, Mead Close, The Common, Penfold Lane and Winters Way.

Shortly an additional four of the old concrete lighting columns will be replaced by steel columns in Copners Drive and Clementi Avenue with an additional six in late June / early July.  The remaining concrete columns will be replaced by steel columns over the next four years.

By July a total of 92 of the 182 street lights will have been converted with the remaining over the next three years

Last Edited: 22/04/2016


Litter about the Parish should be the concern of us all.  You can help keeping the villages tidy by picking up litter and disposing of it in the waste bins provided.


Last Edited: 05/12/2015

Raised Wooden Beds - Holmer Green

The Parish Council will repeat the winter planting of the raised wooden beds in Turners Place and the plants will remian in place until June 2016. The hanging baskets on Lynford Parade and Turners Place shops will not be replaced over the winter period.

Last Edited: 24/11/2015

Local Area Forum Projects

The Local Area Forum has approved the following projects within the Parish in 2015 / 2016:-

  • Safety improvements at the cross roads at the pond in Holmer Green.
  • Yellow zig zag markings in Meadow Cottages in Little Kingshill adjacent to the Play School.
  • Traffic calming in Little Missenden.

Applications are pending for 2016 / 2017 which include:-

  • A perminant vehicle activated sign in Hyde Heath.
  • Advisory 20mph signage either side of the school in Little Kingshill

Last Edited: 31/08/2015

Best Kept Village Competition 2015

The annual Best Kept Vilage Competion organised by Buckinghamshire Association of Local Councils (BALC) was held in June.  The Judges marking and comments for 2015 for each Ward, can be viewed below.  Little Missenden were jiont runners-up in the Gurney Cup

Overall Results

Holmer Green

Hyde Heath

Little Kingshill

Little Missenden


Last Edited: 29/07/2015

Chiltern Citizens Advice Bureau

For free confidential advice and support relating to employment, housing, benefit or debt. Phone 0845 0920137 or contact via the website 

Local centres are available at Holmer Green, Amersham, Prestwood, Chesham and Chalfont St Peter.

Last Edited: 29/07/2015

Dog Fouling on Commons and Recreation Areas

Please would dog walkers using the commons and recereation grounds over the winter months be extra vigilant by removing any fouling by their pets

Last Edited: 28/07/2015

Holmer Green Today

A quarterly magazine that provides much information and covers many events within the villlage called "Holmer Green Today" is published quarterly and is sold at the following retail outlets: Fox Pharmacy, Jennie's Haircare, J Walsh (Newsagents) & Iain Rennie Hospice at Home. Recent editions can be accessed online at:

Last Edited: 23/01/2015

Dog Fouling

There appears to be an increased level of dog fouling of the pavements in Holmer Green. The Parish Council have, over the past years, installed additional bins for the disposal of dog waste. Might we encourage the owners of dogs to use these facilities to minimise the inconvience to the residents of the Village.

Should any resident of the village be aware of the owner of a dog, whose dog fouls the pavement, this Owner should be reported to the Environmental Health Department of Chiltern District Council who will take the appropriate action against the Owner of the dog concerned.


Last Edited: 08/02/2013

Interested in an Allotment

Currently a number of plots are vacant at most of our allotment sites. Should you be interested becoming a tenant then you should, in the first instance, contact the Parish Council by e-mail at

Last Edited: 06/11/2012