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.
Old Schoolroom 10.30am to 12 noon
Outdoor remembrance 12.15pm at the War Memorial at Weedon Chapel
Open. No restrictions. The hand sanitiser is still in place and children are encouraged to continue to use it before and after using the play equipment.
Open. Community, group and personal bookings eg. parties are all permitted up to a maximum capacity of 40. Risk assessments have been updated to ensure everyone’s safety. The Schoolroom Café has restarted and will continue on the first Friday of each month.
Reduced rates for the rest of the year are on offer to hirers who either live in Weedon or will be attracting attendees from the village. Fibre broadband wifi is available free in the hall.
Contact the Bookings Secretary on 01296 641382.
Bar Opening Times: Monday 5-9pm. Tuesday closed. Wednesday – Thursday 5-10pm. Friday – Saturday 5-10.30pm. Sunday 1-4pm. No food service.
Contact John or Carol Slee 01296 641439.
Open for services. See details of services here. Continuing weekly Sunday services with the second Sunday in the month usually at Weedon Chapel.
Parish council meetings will normally be held in the Old Schoolroom. General meetings will be on the third Tuesday of every other month at 7.30pm. The next one is on Tuesday 16 November 2021. These will be advertised on the main noticeboard and this website.
The Weedon charities make 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).
Gurney Cup Winners
2018 - 2016 - 1997
We operate a Neighbourhood Watch scheme in the village.
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