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Cuddington | Buckinghamshire

Welcome to the Cuddington Village website

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
Street map of Cuddington
Parish boundary map

Many of the banner photographs on this and other pages were taken by Cuddington photographer and environmental campaigner Doug Kennedy.

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Cuddington has a new Facebook page to help you stay connected with news and events in your village.

Are you planning an event?  Do you want to promote your club or society?  Need a recommendation for someone to fix that leaky tap?  Then get involved online.

We welcome contributions from all villagers.  To help you out we have formulated a code of conduct which can be viewed here as well as on the Facebook page itself.

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Sunshine Club Matinée Cinema

The Matinée Cinema presents “Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines” or “How I Flew from London to Paris in 25 Hours and 11 Minutes” on Monday 23rd July at 1.30pm (doors open 1pm) at the Bernard Hall.  This 1965 British comedy stars an international cast including Stuart Whitman, Sarah Miles, Robert Morley, Terry Thomas and James Fox.  The film, revolving round the craze of early aviation, tells the fictional story of a £10,000 prize for the winner of an air race from London to Paris to prove that Britain was ‘number 1 in the air’!

Big screen, comfortable seats.  Tea and cake at the interval included in the price £5/£4 conc.

To book phone 01844 291 526 – or on the door subject to availability.

Midsummer Sunrise Walk

A tawny owl was hooting loudly as twenty villagers gathered at 4am on the Lower Green for this year’s Sunrise Walk.

No torches were needed as the sky was already lightening.   By the time the Observatory at Upper Winchendon was reached, the sun was blazing away above the horizon. The views all around were magnificent and the coffee break in the warm sunshine lasted much longer than usual!

Midsummer 2018 was well and truly celebrated!

Angela Wenham   Photos: Paul Ridout

Reproduced from the July 2018 edition of Village Voice with the kind permission of the Editors. 

A Meadow Brown butterfly 

Local Insects – Correction to Village Voice Article

In the Village Voice July issue I wrote an article saying that the butterflies and dragonflies seemed to have largely disappeared from our local countryside.  That was following a series of outings during May and June and was true at the time.  Then I did my route on Saturday June 30th, and there were lots and lots of butterflies and some dragonflies. 

The butterflies were mainly meadow browns and small whites – there were dozens of them on a muddy patch in a cattle pasture below the village.  Recently I saw a big group of garden tiger moths in Holly Tree Lane and those have been around the village for a couple of weeks.

In a pond on Ridgebarn Farm, I was delighted to find lots of blue damselflies (at last!), one or two emerald damselflies and a couple of common darters.  Lots more banded demoiselles on the river and a brown hawker on the Thame.

Nature is very unpredictable, and all this was very good to see.  Hopefully more will turn up in the coming days.  We could do with some rain though!

Doug Kennedy


Have Your Say – Bus Services

BCC has launched a survey regarding the county council supported routes in small towns, villages and rural areas in Buckinghamshire.  It wants to understand how current bus services are being used to review how future services can better meet people’s travel patterns.  This may include revising existing routes and timetables or looking at alternatives such as community transport or other flexible transport services.

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