Latimer Parish lies in the Chiltern Hills, near the Bucks/Herts border. Founded in the mid 19th Century, it comprises the villages of Latimer, Ley Hill and Tylers Hill. It comes under Chiltern District Council in the County of Buckinghamshire and had a population of 1021 in the 2001 census, with 396 dwellings. It is in the Green Belt and part of the Chilterns AONB.
Due to unforeseen circumstances, there has been a change of date for the upcoming Annual Parish Meeting from Wednesday 26th April to Thursday 27th April
The time and venue remain the same: Ley Hill Memorial Hall, Rear Committee Room, 19:15 […]
As from February 1, the County Council is encouraging all residents and Parish Councils to use its online reporting system to make them aware of potholes and defective street lights.
Significant improvements have been made to this tool which allows customers to receive updates direct to their inbox on how the council is resolving the issue. If a customer who phones in feels that a pothole or streetlight defect presents a risk of serious injury, they will be put through to the council’s Emergency Team. […]
Notice has been received that Two Dells Lane will be closed to through traffic from 9am to 3pm on the 13th February 2017
** UPDATE ** Road signage indicates that Two Dells Lane will be closed all five days this week
1 Crown Cottages are proposing to build a garden room that will back onto Kiln Lane, Ley Hill. To view the planning application please click on the link below.
Notable dates & meetings for Ley Hill & Latimer Parish […]
On Sunday 16th October, the renowned bassoonist, Laurence Perkins, principal bassoon of the Manchester Camerata, will spend the day in High Wycombe, performing a recital and then moving on to workshops, masterclasses and ensemble work.
This is a fantastic opportunity for anyone that plays the bassoon, young or old, and places are selling out fast! Beginners to advanced players are all welcome to join us on this special day.
Please apply by Saturday 8th October 2016 to secure your place
If you’d simply like to hear the recital, or to come and try out a bassoon, they’d be delighted to see you. […]