Bledlow cum Saunderton Parish Council Saunderton Ward Local Government Act 1972- Sections 87 and 89 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that due to the resignation of Councillor Mike Blackwell a casual vacancy has arisen in the Office of a Parish Councillor for Bledlow cum Saunderton Parish Council in the Saunderton Ward. If by 1st November 2021 […]
Why we need your help All rights of way must be identified before a government deadline of 1st January 2026, after which it will no longer be possible to add old paths to the official record. Well before then then we need to survey all the footpaths in the parish to: Establish whether the positions and […]
Scaling back services Since the relaxation of lockdown the volume of requests for help from our volunteers has greatly reduced. In response to this, The Village Support Group is scaling back its activities. Our help line on 0300 033 1783 and email address email@example.com will continue to be monitored for the foreseeable future, though it […]
Since starting as a Bledlow-only service mid-April the service has been expanded to cover the entire Parish, so people in Bledlow, Bledlow Ridge, Saunderton and the Parish’s many hamlets and settlements can now take advantage of the scheme every Tuesday and Friday. The latest development is that from Tuesday 5th May the parish can now […]
To residents of Bledlow, Saunderton and Bledlow Ridge The Parish Council wants to do all it can to get a better broadband service for the area. We’d like your help. The Government and BT have announced that by 2015 90% of the population will have access to superfast broadband – good news? Sadly, probably […]
2nd April 2015 Hemley Hill Travellers Site The last of the travellers left the site last November and a group of local residents have purchased the field, so we can hope that it will be returned to its original state. We have to thank Wycombe District Council for pursuing this case with steady resolve […]
Councillor Simon Breese, Chairman of Bledlow-cum-Saunderton Parish Council, has formally written to Martin Tett, Leader of Bucks County Council, expressing the views of the parish council on the proposals to form new unitary authorities. It is the opinion of the council that a single county-wide unitary authority would be best for the Bledlow-cum-Saunderton parish. You can […]
The Task Groups set up in December 2015 to gather evidence and develop policies related to specific topics to be covered by the Neighbourhood Plan have concluded their work. The findings and recommendations of the Task Groups are summarised in a series of reports, which are now available.