Little Chalfont




Little Chalfont Village News


You can learn more about the
village by obtaining a copy of   
“A History of Little Chalfont”
written by Ivor White,

Reduced price £10
plus postage

 For information please e-mail
chairman@littlechalfont.org.uk

Some historic photos of
Little Chalfont, including
some from Ivor White’s book,
can be viewed here
Library and Village Hall
Little Chalfont Library

Most images on this page can be enlarged by clicking on them.

All images on this site are copyright and may not be reproduced in any form without permission.


Visit the

‘Save Little Chalfont’


website

for more information on the threat of up to 700 homes
on our green belt.



This site gives information about Little Chalfont and activities
within the village plus the surrounding area.


It is maintained by the Little Chalfont Community Association.

Join now

See ‘About Us’

All enquiries about the site to enquiries@littlechalfont.org.uk`
Little Chalfont Nature Park






For full information about the park
click here (opens in new window)


Good Neighbours initiative


The Community Association and Parish Council wish to promote Little Chalfont as a friendly and caring village under an initiative styled ‘Good Neighbours’.


Whilst there are many good examples of neighbours looking out for each other, it is the aim to reproduce this throughout our community. For a brief description of how it is intended to approach this objective, please visit our new Good Neighbours page here.


The page will be used to provide progress reports and reports of encouraging stories.


More information on how local people can offer and receive help will appear here soon.


This group was set up before the coronavirus outbreak but is more active than ever.


Village Day 2020

CANCELLED


The popular monthly
Farmers’ Market

is cancelled until further notice.

CORONAVIRUS


Covid 19 is affecting all our lives.
This village is no different from others but the information given here relates to Little Chalfont only.


Please bear in mind that many events in the village have been cancelled or postponed.


Some of the information given in

this website may not reflect the present situation.


Latest Update

Parish Council Office -

reduced hours with staff partly working at home.


Email messages will be answered

as usual.

Telephone messages will be answered as soon as possible


Village Hall - closed

Westwood Park - open


Nature Park - open


Snells Wood car park - open and

no charges at present.


Most shops in Little Chalfont

are open for business

(Some on reduced hours)


Including:

 McParland Pharmacy        

     

  Post Office     Tesco      Wenzels


  Filippetto’s           Mica Hardware


   Village Wines          Rex Bakery  


Robertson Butchers     Pets @ No.1


Looking for:
 local grocery deliveries?
Take-aways to be delivered
 or collected?

Click here for comprehensive list


Free 1 hour parking in
Snells Wood Car-park

Don’t forget to display a valid ticket available from the machine

Additional free parking
in Cytiva, Amersham Place

Available from 8.0 am to 6.0 pm.
All days at present
 Parking limited to two hours
with no return for two hours
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COVID-19 IN LITTLE CHALFONT – WHERE NEXT?


A further coronavirus leaflet has been delivered throughout the village, alongside the Community Association’s July newsletter, which also contains reports and articles on the pandemic.

The leaflet confirms that help with shopping, prescriptions and friendly phone chats, will continue to be available from both the Little Chalfont Good Neighbours and the Coronavirus Facebook Help group. It also highlights a potentially greater need for the Chiltern Food Bank and sets out how our community can help. All the contact details are supplied and a copy can be downloaded here.


In the newsletter (available to download elsewhere on this page) there are key messages for the community as we face the continuation of the  pandemic, including the need for us to help the survival of our shops, traders and other local businesses.



Community Association
Newsletter

Download a copy of the
July 2020 newsletter here