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

 

  • In the Parish Council section are meeting agendas, minutes and details of recent planning applications
  • Check out Activities for contacts and details

Please come back regularly to find out the latest news. If you have something you would like to be published, please email the details to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


NEWS

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Sunday 30 June Weedon East End Open Gardens

3pm-5.30pm East End

Enjoy nine lovely gardens in the East End of Weedon. Pick up your map at 1 East End. Followed by Cream Tea and Cakes at Weedon Lodge.

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Friday 5 July Schoolroom Cafe

10.30 to 12 noon The Old Schoolroom Weedon

The monthly community cafe with funds going towards the upkeep of the hall. Come along for freshly brewed cafetiere coffee, a range of teas and home-made cakes from Weedon's talented bakers. Book Swap -- bring along books you have read and swap them for others. Everyone welcome. Takeaway available for cakes and bakes.

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Tuesday 9 July Tuesday Club "Antiques Roadshow"

8pm The Old Schoolroom

Mr Stephen Hearn of Tring Market Auctions will discuss items we bring in. Check your attic for heirlooms! Tea and coffee afterwards. Non-members welcome (£5) with no pre-booking needed.

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Thursday 11 July Moth and Butterfly Talk for Wild Weedon

7.30pm The Old Schoolroom

A talk by Nick Bowles, Chairman of the Upper Thames Branch of the Butterfly Conservation Group. This local expert will talk about the moths and butterflies that are found in the area and the plants that we should be planting in our gardens to encourage these species. Everyone welcome - free entry.

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Community Venues in Weedon

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WEEDON PARK and CHILDREN'S PLAYGROUND

Open. 

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WEEDON OLD SCHOOLROOM

Open.  Fibre broadband wifi is available free in the hall.

Contact the Bookings Secretary on 01296 641382.

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FIVE ELMS PUB AND RESTAURANT

Open.

BAR Open Monday 5 - 10.30pm. Tuesday closed. Wednesday - Saturday 12 - 10.30pm. Sunday 12 - 5pm.

FOOD. EVENINGS. Monday (Eat-In or Takeaway) Special Burgers, Dogs and Fries 5 - 8.30pm, Wednesday Supper Club (3 courses and half a bottle of wine for £32.50), Thursday to Saturday A La Carte.

FOOD. LUNCHES. Thursday to Saturday Set Lunch (2 courses £24, 3 courses £29). Traditional Sunday Lunch.

Special seasonal menus and events.

Contact Andrew or Tom 01296 256057 or see www.fiveelmsweedon.com

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WEEDON CHAPEL and St Mary's Church HARDWICK

Open. See details of services here. 

Contact Sarah Gibbs This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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WEEDON PARISH COUNCIL

Parish council meetings will normally be held in the Old Schoolroom. General meetings are on the third Tuesday of every other month at 7.30pm. The next general meeting is on Tuesday 16 July 2024. Meetings are advertised with at least 3 working days' notice on the main noticeboard and the Forthcoming Parish Council Meetings webpage.


AFTER THE EVENT links

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Bucks Best Kept Village Winners of the Tindall Cup 2023

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Weedon Coronation Celebration Jazz Picnic May 7th 2023

We all had an amazing afternoon on the Park enjoying a 17-piece jazz band accompanied by picnics, Five Elms street food and the WVA's tea and cakes. The celebration cake was a tour de force - home made in Weedon, thanks to Lizzy and Charlotte.

Click for more pictures of Weedon Coronation Celebration Jazz Picnic

 

 

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Bucks Best Kept Village Winners of the Gurney Cup 2022

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Weedon Platinum Jubilee Celebrations June 3rd 2022


 

WEEDON CHARITIES - Apply for grants

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).

Please click here to find out more about the Weedon charities.


 

 
Tindall Cup Winners
2023

Gurney Cup Winners
2022 - 2018 - 2016 - 1997 - 1973

 
We operate a Neighbourhood Watch scheme in the village.

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