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LATEST NEWS

Old Amersham Market This Saturday

August 11, 2022

The Old Amersham Market takes place every Saturday from 9am-4pm, and is situated under the Market Hall, in the heart of the old town.

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Amersham Heritage Day Returns! Sunday 4th September 2022

August 5, 2022

We are pleased to announce the return of Amersham Heritage Day on Sunday 4th September 2022! It promises to be the best yet with a more jam-packed programme than ever before….with the event taking place from 11.30am until 5.30pm. This year we have buses running from Chesham (including Chesham Bois), Little Chalfont & Amersham on […]

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Turning grey to green (and saving water)

August 3, 2022

We can take a variety of steps to re-use water, in the absence of much needed rain. Washing up water and other “grey” water can be poured onto outdoor plants instead of down the sink. Before you get into the shower, and while you wait for the water to run warm, you can collect the […]

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42nd Amersham Festival of Arts – 26th-29th August 2022

August 1, 2022

42nd Amersham Arts Festival Friday 26th August to Monday 29th August 2022 This year’s Amersham Festival of Arts will be taking place from Friday 26th August to Monday 29th August 2022 from 10:00 to 17:00 hrs daily. An art exhibition will be held in Market Hall, Amersham Old Town and will showcase a wide variety […]

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Amersham In Bloom – Thank You To All Involved!

July 27, 2022

Earlier today, we welcomed RHS Communities judges Richard Budge and Mary Bagley to Amersham. As part of the tour, we visited the jubilee pollinator bed and Met 1 in Amersham-on-the-Hill, Willow Wood, Pondwicks Community Orchard, and finally, the Memorial Gardens, where we completed the tour. To be chosen as one of only 46 UK villages, […]

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Wildflowers Across Our Town

July 27, 2022

Over the past year the Town Council has made a conscious effort to increase the number of wildflowers throughout town. In fact, we have sown an additional 30%, when compared to last year, adding splashes and pockets of colour to many more corners- some of which are just beginning to flower. What patches have caught […]

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