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Postcode of village centre and Bernard Hall: HP18 0AP
Postcode of Playing Fields Clubhouse: HP18 0AJ
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Witchert Chorale Carol Singing

Come and join the Witchert Chorale on Thursday 21st December for their annual pub carol singing, in aid of two very good charities.

This will be a festive and jolly sing-song to put you in the mood for the days to come!

Please note that the singing will be at the Churchill Arms in Long Crendon this year, rather than the Eight Bells, although they hope to have an unscheduled stop there later on if time allows.


Carol Singing

This year's carol singing will start on Upper Green at 6.00pm on Tuesday 19th December.

Do come and join us singing round the village!

Or if you aren't able to then please listen out for the singers and our team of collectors who will be asking for donations which will be shared between Tearfund and Crisis.


Winter Boules Match on 3rd December

The weather was kind on Sunday morning, with even a bit of sun appearing later.  However, the clement weather did not help the Cuddington players, who were decisively beaten by the Chearsley team, despite fighting hard!

It was really good fun and enabled everyone from 9 to ‘very mature ages’ to participate.

Many thanks go to Nic Brown and his Chearsley colleagues for organising the delicious soup, gluwein, cheese, paté and super cakes. 

As with the previous events, it demonstrates the value of having the opportunity for people of all ages and from neighbouring villages to get together and have some fun.

Such was the success that everyone agreed that there would be another event during the Spring/Summer of 2018.

Ken Birkby

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New Metal Kissing Gates on Footpaths 11 and 13

Thanks to funding from Bucks County Council, Cuddington now has four new metal footpath gates on  paths 11 and 13.  BCC kindly met the cost of the gates whilst the Parish Council paid for the installation.  Our thanks to the landowners for supporting this initiative.  Happy walking!

Cuddington Bookworms


New Year's Viennese Gala

The Manor House String Quartet will be presenting a New Year’s Viennese Gala on Saturday 20th January 2018 at 7.30pm in St Nicholas’ Church, Cuddington.

The programme will include pieces from Johann Strauss II, Lanner, Lehar, Brahms, Weber and other celebrated composers – so come and celebrate the New Year with us!

The concert is in aid of Utugi Street Children in Kenya.

Tickets at £12 each (under 16's free) are available from:

  • Caroline Saker - 01844 291825
  • Cuddington Village Stores
  • or click “Book Now” below
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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.


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