Welcome to the website for Waddesdon Parish Council

On this site you will be able to find information about the activities and work of the Parish Council.  The Parish Council is the first tier of Local Government.

Our website allows you to find out about the dates of our meetings and read copies of our agendas, minutes and policies. The draft minutes for the September 2018 meeting can be viewed on-line here.


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What’s Happening

Remembrance Sunday

Waddesdon Parish Council is proud to be taking part in the national commemoration of the end of World War I on 11th November 2018. The Silent soldiers are a poignant reminder. Ours will be located at the War Memorial in Silk Street and they will remain until the end of 2018.

On the evening of 11th November at 7 pm our beacon will be lit as part of the National Chain of Beacons, ‘Battle’s Over’ commemorations, which will start with Her Majesty the Queen lighting the first beacon, followed by more than 1000 others located across the country. Everyone is most welcome! The itinerary will be available on our Facebook page and website in due course.

Bin Day Changes

Changes are being made to collection routes to ensure the service is efficient, provides value for money and takes into account new housing developments in the county. Collection times may also vary due to route changes, so bins must now be left out by 6.30am on a relevant day.

The Parish Council’s ‘Bag It and Bin It’ Campaign

The Parish Council has received numerous reports of dog waste being bagged and dumped or hung on gates and hedges around the village. Please read our important message about dog fouling and your responsibility as a dog owner.

Paying Council Invoices

We have set up a PayPal account which allows us to collect payments to the council as easily as possible. Please contact the Clerk for more information if you wish to use this method!

Where are we working this week?

Now the weather has hopefully changed for the better our grounds team have started our spring/summer program.

  1. Residents have raised concerns with us relating to overgrown hedges and brambles on the A41 encroaching onto the pathways. Our team hope to tackle these shortly.
  2. We are marking all street lights posts with a number which allows members of the public to identify faulty lights in a more consistent & accurate manner.

A contractor will carry out the first of several weed sprays now the weather has improved. It is anticipated this will tackle the large number of weeds and weed clusters we currently suffer from village-wide.

Dates for your Diary

Our next meeting will be held 17th October at the village hall business hub. Members of the public are most welcome and we look forward to seeing you. The agenda is available here and copies for the public are always available on the night.


2018 dates for meetings, events and functions within the parish can be found on the village notice board, online here or in the newsletter on the Parish Council page.

Please let the Clerk know if you are holding an event and would like it adding to our calendar.

Where’s my Nearest…

  • Doctors Surgery – 1 Goss Ave, Waddesdon HP18 0LY 01296 658585
  • Village Shop – 41 High St, Waddesdon HP18 0JB 01296 651279
  • Post Office – 41 High St, Waddesdon HP18 0JB 01296 651279
  • Police Station – 63 High St, Waddesdon HP18 0JB
  • Fire Station – 65 High St, Waddesdon HP18 0JB
  • Dentist – 5 High St, Waddesdon HP18 0JP 01296 655577
  • Recycling Centre – Raban’s Close, Raban’s Lane, Aylesbury HP19 8RS
  • Hospital – Mandeville Rd, Aylesbury HP21 8AL 01296 315000
  • Garage (No Fuel) – 106 Frederick St, Waddesdon HP18 0LX
  • Tyre Repairs – 7 High St, Waddesdon HP18 0JB 01296 651348

Let us know what you think

A belated thank you for the lunch that was provided for us over 60’s at the Village Hall. It was a thoroughly enjoyable afternoon, it gave me a chance to meet villagers that I don’t normally have contact with. All your had work was really appreciated. Hopefully, there will be another one.

Arley, Goss Ave.

Please will you pass on my thanks to whoever was responsible for the placement of a ‘second dog bin’ alongside the garages – pathway (off Silk Street).
It was exciting to see it in all it’s splendour alongside the older one yesterday! (Little things make a big difference) – and especially since this area is well used. It is a lovely pathway for not only dog walkers but the many visitors to Waddesdon too!

Sue, High Street.