Welcome to our lovely conservation village of 160 homes to the north of Aylesbury.
Weedon is an active community of farmers, professionals, working families and retired people who enjoy a quality village life in central Bucks.
WELCOME TO THE WEEDON VILLAGE WEBSITE
updated 23 July 2020
WEEDON PARK is open again for use in strict accordance with government guidelines for social distancing and meeting in groups outdoors. A full risk assessment by Weedon Parish Council, to be reviewed weekly, can be seen here.
WEEDON CHILDREN'S PLAYGROUND is open again, with covid-safe management measures in place.
WEEDON OLD SCHOOLROOM closed. Re-opening to hirers on 1st September.
WEEDON CHAPEL closed. HARDWICK CHURCH open for private prayer Wednesdays and Saturdays.
FIVE ELMS PUB AND RESTAURANT is open for outdoor drinks with limited hours. Daily food takeaway/re-heat service by prior arrangement continues.
The Parish Council and other local organisations formed a Community Support Group in response to the Coronavirus pandemic and lockdown.
Francis and Nicolette Habgood are still co-ordinating the effort to ensure that all necessary help is given to those in our village who need it.
Please click here to go to a page where you can read and download pdfs of the Weedon Community Support Group updates during the crisis.
Links to national and local government information
National government https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus
Buckinghamshire Council https://www.buckinghamshire.gov.uk/coronavirus/
NHS and medical https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/
Check regularly for updates.
WEEDON CHARITIES - APPLY FOR ASSISTANCE
The Weedon charities make annual grants of financial assistance to villagers in December. However, additional grants will be considered at any time, particularly in the current coronavirus situation.Please apply for EDUCATIONAL purposes (Dr John Bridle's Charity) or GENERAL NEED (Lord Fortescue's and Dr John Bridle's). Please click here to find out more.
Gurney Cup Winners
2018 - 2016 - 1997
We operate a Neighbourhood Watch scheme in the village.
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