The Society

The Hitcham and Taplow Society was formed in 1959 to protect Hitcham, Taplow and the surrounding area from overdevelopment and neglect.

Its main priorities are to preserve local heritage, keep an eye on local planning applications to protect the rural nature of the area, to encourage community spirit by publishing a twice-yearly Newsletter (given free to HTS members) and to run the Village Green Party each summer.

We are a non-party political organisation and we welcome all new members from across our local area.

We are affiliated to the following societies:

Association of North Thames Amenity Societies

The Chiltern Society

Maidenhead and Marlow Passenger Association

What we do

Taplow Diary

Latest News

Institute Road Closure
January 11, 2018
Institute Road will be closed from the end of January for a week for Thames Water works. NOTICE Institute Road Taplow 29.01.18
Peter Maddocks
January 8, 2018
We are sad to record the death of Peter Maddocks, a long time member of the Society. Our thoughts are with Astrid and family. There will be a memorial service at St Nicolas Church, 25th Jan...
Road closures affecting Taplow
December 31, 2017
BCC have issued notices for road closures to cover various works. Those affecting Taplow include Station Road, Hitcham Road Burnham, Lentrise Road Burnham, Taplow Road Burnham. Details ar...
Changes to bus services
December 31, 2017
Some changes to bus services that affect Taplow.  The Route 4 Slough - Maidenhead service has changed operator. Reading Buses will operate this service from 20th January. Details are at:...
Christmas services at St Nicolas
December 7, 2017
17th December 6:30pm 9 lessons and carols. Augmented choir and some special pieces 24th December 10:45 am Joint Communion 5 pm Crib service 11:30 pm Midnight Mass 25th December 10...
Carols on the Greeen
December 5, 2017
Thursday 21st December from 6pm Carols on the Village Green is back. Mulled wine, snacks, donations  to the Salvation Army, all your favourite carols.

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