Amersham In Bloom

Bloom is a wonderful way of encouraging us to make Amersham a more beautiful place to live through planting, cleanliness and sustainability.

With the help and enthusiasm of local schools, businesses, community groups and residents we are making a real difference to our town.

More information about Amersham in Bloom’s latest projects and activities can be found on Facebook here.


Recent News

Looking for a rainy day activity?

February 12, 2024

We are inviting children aged 11 and under to create one of two logos for either ‘Woodside Community Allotment’ or ‘Spud Club’, our soon-to-be launched children’s gardening club. We are looking for something simple yet bright which encapsulates the joy of gardening and nature. The logos will be used for signage on site as well […]

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Newspaper article featuring Amersham in Bloom Volunteers!

February 12, 2024

To read The Telegraph’s article on some of our wonderful Amersham in Bloom volunteer, please click here.

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Climate Action Day – Saturday 23rd March

February 12, 2024

Students from Amersham School, Dr Challoner’s High School and Dr Challoners Grammar School (DCGS) are taking over this year’s Climate Action Day on Saturday 23rd March. We are currently finalising details but can tell you that there will be a clothes swap, toy swap and fashion show, plus displays from each school highlighting specific environmental […]

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Calling all budding artists, photographers or poets who want to celebrate nature and the world!

February 2, 2024

We are inviting children aged 4-16 and residing in Amersham to submit either a full-page illustration, photo or poem that celebrates nature for publication in our upcoming book, Wonders of the Wild.  Whether it be a favourite animal, landscape, fungi—or something else—that fascinates and inspires you, we want to know about it! This is your chance to […]

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How can we help you?

The Town Council offers a range of good value services and facilities to Amersham residents and visitors.

We are committed to improving the quality of our facilities and we value your comments and feedback on future improvements.

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