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
The Parish Council and other local organisations are seeking to co-ordinate and provide help to Weedon residents in need due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
IF You or your family are self-isolating or feel vulnerable or are otherwise stuck at home and would like any support in the way of shopping or other errands such as picking up prescriptions or just a friendly phone call;
OR You are under 60, healthy and willing to carry out tasks for others or to provide reassurance by phone;
THEN Please contact Francis & Nicolette Habgood on 01296 640132 or 07906 132746 with your details.
Francis and Nicolette have kindly agreed to co-ordinate the effort to ensure that all necessary help is given to those in our village who need it.
Please don’t feel that you are on your own.
You can find out more about Coronavirus and what you should be doing at:
The pages are reviewed daily, so check regularly for updates.
We will bring you new helpful information as we get it. Let us know what you hear, too. So far:
· The Five Elms (01296 641439) is producing a take-away menu from next week.
· Howe & Co Fish and Chips are, we believe, still intending to visit Weedon on a Wednesday evening.
· We know some local businesses are still offering food deliveries and we will bring you details as we get confirmations. Parrotts at Whitchurch (01296 641207) will take orders and payment over the phone for delivery.
· CofE and Methodist church services in the local area are cancelled.
· Weedon Village Association has cancelled all upcoming events.
· Check with your class provider for information on classes in the Old Schoolroom. The April café and the AGM will not go ahead.
Hoping we can all help each other to stay safe and well.
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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