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1. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN under Section 87(2) of the Local Government Act, 1972 that a casual vacancy exists in the office of a councillor for the above town/parish council (town ward/parish ward if warded).
2. A by-election to fill the vacancy will be held if within 14 days from the date below ten electors for the parish (or, if the parish is warded, for the parish ward in which the vacancy has occurred) give notice in writing to the Returning Officer calling for an election to be held to fill the vacancy.
3. The address of the Returning Officer is:
The Returning Officer
Chiltern District Council
King George V House
King George V Road
4. If no such notice is given, the Town/Parish Council will fill the vacancy by co-option, in which case any elector in the Parish interested in the vacancy should notify the Parish Clerk, at the address shown below, of their willingness to be considered.
Dated 23rd January 2019 Signed: Liz Bates
(Parish Clerk)
Seer Green Parish Council, Gerston Back Lane, Chalfont St Giles, Bucks, HP8 4PB

The next Parish Council meeting will now be held on TUESDAY 2nd April 2019 at 7.30pm in Seer Green Baptist Church in Wood Pond Close. Members of the public have the opportunity to address the Council during the Open Session (which is the first 15 minutes of the meeting). 

The Parish Council Audit for the year ended 31 March 2018 has concluded and a statement of accounts has been published here.  The Annual Return is available for inspection by any local government elector of the area of the Council on application to the Clerk to Seer Green Parish Council, Gerston, Back Lane, Chalfont St Giles, Bucks HP8 4PB.  

Traffic Calming
Buckinghamshire County Council have produced a ‘Traffic Calming in Bucks’ booklet to provide guidance on traffic calming options and costs involved. Please see link to this booklet:- 


On the 18th September 2015, Seer Green Parish Council submitted an application to Chiltern District Council seeking to declare the entire Parish of Seer Green as a Neighbourhood Area. The Council carried out a public consultation on the application from 25th September to 26th October 2015.

Neighbourhood Area Declared

Following the public consultation Chiltern District Council's Head of Sustainable Development, in consultation with the Local Ward Member and Portfolio holder for Sustainable Development, approved the application declaring Seer Green Parish area as a Neighbourhood Area on 5th November 2015.  For further details please see the notice on Chiltern District Council's website:-

The winning villages in the 2013 Buckinghamshire Best Kept Village Competition, organised by the Bucks & Milton Keynes Association of Local Councils (BMKALC), have been revealed and we are pleased to report that Seer Green has won the DeFraine Cup (in the medium villages category).

The DeFraine Cup was presented by the Lord Lieutenant Sir Henry Aubrey-Fletcher to Cllr Dennis Scourfield on Saturday 14th September in Seer Green.
Picture by Beaconsfield Advertiser

The competition is sponsored by Bucks County Council, Aylesbury Vale and Wycombe District Councils and Motts Coaches.

The Beaconsfield and Amersham offices of international real estate adviser Savills have also kindly sponsored the competition’s Community Award again this year and we are pleased to report that Seer Green is this year's winner.  Seer Green won for showing the most evidence of community effort in achieving best kept village status. The Award was presented by Claire Pincott, Andrew Cronan and Mike Lillitou from Savills to Cllr Dennis Scourfield and the Parish Clerk
Picture by Beaconsfield Advertiser

Seer Green has also won the Leofwine Shield 2013
This is awarded annually to the town or village within the District achieving the highest number of points in the Buckinghamshire Best Kept Village Competition.

Competition chairman, Richard Pushman commented: “The Best Kept Village Competition remains as popular as ever. Our judges were impressed with the standard of entries and highlighted that Buckinghamshire as a whole, and not just the Best Kept Villages, is in remarkably great shape. Well done to all those litter pickers and volunteers who make such an effort to keep their communities tidy.”

The competition awards are for BEST KEPT villages, NOT beautiful villages. Care, cleanliness, maintenance and community effort were what the judges were looking for when they visited the villages in June.

Thames Valley Local Resilience Forum have prepared a booklet called 'Are you ready?' (see attached link) to provide clear practical advice to help you prepare and respond to an emergency.