Conservation
Heritage
Community

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

What we do

Planning
Taplow Diary
Newsletter

Latest News

South Bucks Community Forum
October 10, 2017
Chiltern and South Bucks District Council's Joint Community Safety Team, Bucks County Council and Thames Valley Police are hosting an Online Community Forum. South Bucks Community Forum 25...
Oscar Wilde at Burnham Library
September 16, 2017
The Friends of Burnham Library present Mrs Oscar Wilde Burnham Library 22nd September at 8pm Buffet and wine from 7pm Tickets £12 / £10 www.friendsof burnhamlibrary.org.uk
St Nicolas Church Bonfire and Bangers
September 16, 2017
St Nicolas Church is holding a Bonfire and Bangers evening on Saturday 14th October 6pm in the Rectory Garden. Barbecue, apple crumble, choir, bar and raffle. All welcome. Full details
Advertiser Pub of the Year
August 17, 2017
The Maidenhead Advertiser is running a Pub of the Year vote. Taplow's own Oak and Saw is on the list if you wish to vote. The poll is at: www.maidenhead-advertiser.co.uk/puboftheyear
South Bucks Councillor Vacancy
August 10, 2017
Due to the sad death of  Alan Samson there is a vacancy for a councillor at South Bucks district Council. Should you wish to stand for election, the process is described here.
A4 Cycleway Protest
July 29, 2017
The proposal from Bucks CC to construct a cycleway along the A4 through Taplow was withdrawn for re-evaluation last year after intense local criticisms. It now appears to be returning essent...

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