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Welcome to the website for Cuddington, Buckinghamshire.  There is lots of content to explore, and the site is constantly updated by editors in the village.  Never miss out on village news and events that interest you by registering for Website Membership.

The site has been created to be a hub of village activities and news and our ambition is that, as well as keeping everyone up to date, the website will become an interesting record of village life.  We would love to hear what you think of the website and any suggestions that you have on how we might improve it.  You can get in touch with us on the Contact Us page.

Postcode of village centre and Bernard Hall: HP18 0AP
Postcode of Playing Fields Clubhouse: HP18 0AJ
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We are pleased to say that we at The Crown will be opening our doors on Friday 24th November at 3pm.

We hope to see you then!!!!!

In the meantime if there are any questions please email us at


Chinnor Musical Theatre – All Kinds of Everything

The Bernard Hall, Cuddington

Saturday 18th November  7.30 pm

Chinnor Musical Theatre presents a hilarious evening of variety and entertainment – with a twist!  There’ll be something for everyone and you’ll come away with a huge grin on your face.

Tickets are £12 per person and include a ploughman’s supper.  There’ll also be a licensed bar.  Visit or phone 01844 223355.


Aylesbury Choral Society – Singers Wanted

Aylesbury Choral Society will be performing Bach’s St Matthew Passion on Saturday, 24th March next year, and would welcome singers wishing to participate in this wonderful work.  Rehearsals start next Tuesday, 21st November at the Church on Fairford Leys, Hampden Square, Aylesbury HP19 7HT, 7.30pm to 9.30pm, and will run each Tuesday thereafter with a short break for Christmas and the New Year.

Why not come along and have a go?  ACS is a thriving and enthusiastic mixed choir, and will make you feel very welcome.  Further details may be found on our website

Vale of Aylesbury Local Plan – Have Your Say

The final version of the plan, known as the VALP Proposed Submission, will be published for public comment for six weeks from 9am today, Thursday 2nd November, until 5.15pm Thursday 14th December.

Cuddington Parish Council has produced an insert in this month’s issue of Village Voice (attached).  It gives the background to the Plan and the housing proposals for Cuddington.  The Draft proposals for Cuddington include 25 houses, 4 of which are in progress or completed and the remaining 21 have been allocated on two sites: Aylesbury Road (6 homes) and Dadbrook Farm (15 homes).  The Parish Council welcomes your feedback.  Please email or return the back sheet of the insert to Cuddington Village Stores.  The Parish Council will be drafting its response to the Plan at its November meeting – Monday 27th November at 7.30pm in the village hall.

Parishioners can find out more about the Local Plan including the background, policies on housing, transport, and environment – and guidance about how to respond at  Key Facts of the Local Plan are listed here.


Aylesbury Choral Society – Autumn Concert

Aylesbury Vale Academy, Paradise Orchard, Aylesbury HP18 0WS

Saturday 18th November  7.30 pm

Works will include Schubert’s Mass in G, Rutter’s Gloria and Lux Aeterna by Lauridsen.  The concert will be conducted by Jeff Stewart.

Tickets are £15 (under 18s £6), available from Angela Sanderson on 01844 291626 or at


Sunshine Club Matinée Cinema

The next Matinée Cinema presentation on Monday 20th November in the Bernard Hall at 1.30pm (doors open 1pm) will be the charming musical-romance “Gigi”.  Filmed in Paris and starring Leslie Caron, Louis Jourdan, Maurice Chevalier and Hermione Gingold, this Oscar-winning production features such well-loved songs as “Thank Heaven for Little Girls”, “I Remember It Well”, “I’m Glad I’m Not Young Any More” and “The Night They Invented Champagne”.

Big screen, comfortable seats and the entry price £5/£4 (conc) includes tea and cake at the interval.  Tickets from Liz 01844 299 150 or on the door subject to availability.

Please note that “Gigi” is replacing the originally advertised “Mamma Mia”.


“Call My Bluff” Wine Quiz

The Bernard Hall, Cuddington

Saturday 25th November  7.30 pm for 8 pm

This year’s fundraiser for the upkeep and maintenance of the Playing Fields and the Clubhouse takes the form of a hilarious wine quiz in the style of “Call My Bluff”.  A centre-stage panel of bluffers will talk you through each wine and, after tasting, you need to guess which panellist was telling the truth.

Can you tell which of our panellists are bluffing and correctly identify the wine?  There will be eight wines to taste, so the quiz will no doubt become harder as the evening wears on!  Why not get a table together and enjoy the fun?

Tables of up to eight people, at £12.50 per head including eight wines with nibbles and a cheese platter on the table.

For more details contact Charles Sanderson on 291626 or email

Cuddington Bookworms


Crown Refurbishment

The Crown is undergoing some much needed love on Monday 23rd October, the work is due to last for 2 weeks and we will let you know our opening date as soon as we can.

  • From left to right: Richard Pushman, Ken Birkby, Sir Henry Aubrey Fletcher

Best Kept Village Award Presentation

Following Cuddington’s success in this year’s Best Kept Village Competition, Sir Henry Aubrey-Fletcher presented the Morris Cup and Sword of Excellence to Ken Birkby, Chairman of Cuddington Parish Council, this afternoon.  He read out some of the complimentary comments from the judges and praised the village for our efforts.  He singled out the condition of the Best Kept Village sign, the defibrillator and the lack of litter in the village as particularly worthy of mention.  Sir Henry said that Cuddington has won both the Morris Cup and the Sword of Excellence more times than any other village.

Before the presentation the Chairman of the competition, Richard Pushman, paid tribute to the late Jim Hayward, saying that Jim had been instrumental in supporting the competition over many years and was a tremendous local champion.  He said that Cuddington has set the standard of what a best-kept village should look like.

Chearsley were kind enough to present us with a splendid celebratory cake for the occasion, created by Alex Brown.  Next year Chearsley will be entering the Best Kept Village Competition for the first time.  As this year's winners, Cuddington will be barred from entering next year, and so we wish our neighbours every success!

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