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Postcode of village centre and Bernard Hall: HP18 0AP
Postcode of Playing Fields Clubhouse: HP18 0AJ
Street map of Cuddington
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Draft Minutes of Special Parish Council Meeting to discuss VALP

The Draft Minutes of the Special Parish Council meeting to discuss the Vale of Aylesbury Draft Plan (VALP) and its implications to Cuddington can be viewed here.

Cuddington Parish Council would urge you to make separate representation of your views to AVDC.  The deadline is 5th September.

The full plan is available to look at on the AVDC website:


Unwanted Clothes Needed!

This is your chance to have a look through your wardrobe and jettison those clothes you haven't worn in ages!  The Sunshine Club would love to have good quality clothes for their Charity Fashion Show on Sunday 28 August.  Just bring them along to Tyringham Hall any day during the week beginning Monday 22 August.  So do yourself a favour - and help other people as well!  It's a win-win situation!


Fashion Show

The Sunshine Club will be hosting the popular Charity Fashion Show in the gardens of Tyringham Hall on Sunday 28th August at 2pm.  Affordably priced clothing, which may be bought afterwards, will be modelled by local girls (of all ages!) and maybe even a brave male.  It is a fun event and the ticket price of £5 includes a cream tea.  The show will go on even if wet under the shelter of gazebos.  All are welcome – men included!

Tickets are available from Liz 01844 299 150

Haddenham Community Library – Tiddlywink Challenge


Wedding Bells

On Saturday William Stonham of Holyman’s Farmhouse and Isobel Englert were married at St Helen’s Bishopsgate, London.  Special ringing has been arranged to celebrate and this evening (2nd August) family and friends will be ringing a peal of 2016 changes on Cuddington bells.

Sam with Danea (inset) 

Music for a While

Sam Baker is making a return visit to St Nicholas’ Church, Cuddington on Saturday 29th October at 7.30pm to give a concert in memory of Myles Saker, almost exactly a year after the last concert which Myles helped to promote.  This time Sam will be joined by Danea Eleni, a London-based soprano, and their programme will include settings of Shakespeare, songs by Purcell, Schubert, Max Reger and Roger Quilter, traditional songs as well as piano and organ solos – Music for a While.

Sam, having been tutored in Composition and Music Appreciation by Nigel Phillips while he was a pupil at nearby Wheatley Park School, is currently, amongst many other things, teaching music at Taunton Preparatory School in Somerset.

Born in Bahrain, Danea studied Voice at the Royal College of Music and then privately with Ashley Stafford and Paul Farrington.  She has just arrived from a performance as Musetta (Boheme) at the end of the longest pier in the world – Southend-on-Sea!

There will be refreshments and canapés during the interval and all proceeds will be going to the Motor Neurone Disease Association.

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Important implications for Cuddington 

Draft Vale of Aylesbury Local Plan – Consultation Starts 7 July 2016

Important implications for Cuddington and its residents

From 7 July to 5 September, residents and other interested parties can comment on the latest draft of the Vale of Aylesbury Local Plan (VALP) which includes locations identified for new homes and jobs.  50 new houses in Cuddington is part of the Plan (see below).

Cuddington Parish Council urges everyone to visit one of the following drop in sessions in order to be better informed, and to make comments.  The Parish Council will be considering its response at its next meeting on Monday 11th July at 7.30pm (Bernard Hall)

Haddenham Village Hall Monday 11th July 11.00-20.00

Aylesbury Friars Square Shopping Centre Thursday 14th July 10.00-17.00

The VALP is based on the premise that there is a requirement for 21,300 new houses for the needs of Aylesbury Vale.  This covers the period 2013-2033.  However, there is also a requirement for it to consider and take account of the unmet needs of adjacent local authorities.  A figure of 12,000 (a 56% uplift) has been added to the total.  Thus the VALP allocates 33,300 new houses to be built in our district.  Cynics have suggested that if Wycombe, Chiltern and South Bucks claim not to be able to find enough sites for their needs, then the Aylesbury Vale green belt will take the hit for them!

In the previous draft of the Plan, Cuddington was classified as a ‘small village’, which would be required to find sites for about 22 new houses.  In the latest version Cuddington has become a ‘medium village’, required to grow by 19%.  Cuddington is the only village in Aylesbury Vale to have been classified upwards and this appears to have been primarily based on our closeness and, presumed easy, accessibility to the wider range of services in Haddenham.

The Draft plan will go before the Government’s Planning Inspector in Spring 2017.

The plan can be accessed from 7 July at:

Ken Birkby, Chairman


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