East & Botolph Claydon

in the heart of Buckinghamshire

Welcome to East Claydon Parish Council's website. These pages are to communicate with our parishioners by updating everyone on parish activities and any issues which have been raised. Our aim is to provide factual and informative content relating to the Parish Council, village amenities and events within the local community. The website will also be updated regularly with the dates, Minutes and Agendas for the Parish Council meetings.

Latest News

EWR works – Great Horwood Road and Buckingham Road, Winslow 

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Buckinghamshire Council announces new highways contractors

Press Release from Buckinghamshire Council Buckinghamshire Council has today announced the 12 approved contractors who ...
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Greg Smith leads debate on the impact of HS2 & EWR in our communities

On Friday 3rd March, Greg Smith MP led the House of Commons Adjournment debate on ...
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Share your views on Thames Valley Police budget, asks Police & Crime Commissioner

Police and Crime Commissioner for Thames Valley, Matthew Barber, is currently seeking resident’s views on ...
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EWR survey – understanding the impact of the current construction works on residents

Dear Parish Clerk, I work at Quadrangle, an independent market research agency that has been ...
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Last call for Council Tax Energy Rebate vouchers

Buckinghamshire residents who haven't yet cashed their council tax energy rebate vouchers are being reminded ...
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New home energy schemes for Bucks residents

Hundreds of households in Buckinghamshire are set to benefit from new funding to make their ...
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Notice of works and road closures in the Charndon and Twyford area 

A message from HS2 about works taking place from mid-October until Spring 2023. They will ...
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Last chance to claim your £150 energy rebate – you must act now!

Press Release from Buckinghamshire Council, 21st September 2022 Buckinghamshire residents who still haven't cashed their ...
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Cost of living support

Countries around the world are facing rising goods and energy prices, inflation and cost of ...
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Buckingham Banking Hub wants to know your ideas

After the shock announcement that Lloyds would be closing the only remaining bank in Buckingham ...
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HS2 Calvert Infrastructure Maintenance Depot

HS2 Calvert InfrastructureMaintenance Depot CALM-presentation-16-June-2022Download
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New Permissive Path agreed

Claydon Estate has agreed to link the footpath at the back of Runts Wood with ...
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Speed Watch Volunteers Wanted

We are looking for volunteers to operate in Botolph and East Claydon. We also need ...
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HS2 & East West Rail Joint Working Group update

EWR Alliance presentation - 18th January 2022 18.01Download
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Road Closures - HS2

Road closures remain an ongoing problem for all residents and will be made worse shortly, when the bridge on Calvert Road which leads into Werner Terrace in Calvert is closed on 17th July 2023 to 30th May 2025, as well as Addison Road. This will require a lengthy diversion across Queen Catherine Road bridge and through Steeple Claydon village.


Run the Claydons is back!

This popular North Bucks running event is on Sunday 30th April 2023. However, this year it is starting at Hogshaw Farm just outside of Botolph Claydon.

Run over the footpaths, bridleways and tracks of Claydon Estate, plus some short on road and pavement stretches, the route takes in 3 of the 4 Claydon villages. Plus for 2023 you get to run through the main estate, past Claydon Courtyard and National Trust Claydon House, with views of the lakes and landscape.

For more information and if you'd like to take part or even volunteer please click the button below.

Parish Council

Covering East & Botolph Claydon

Village Hall

Hosting parties & clubs

The Mushroom

Serving the community

Our School

East Claydon C of E School

East Claydon Parish lies within the Aylesbury Vale in Buckinghamshire, two and a half miles south west of Winslow, eight miles from the historic larger market town of Buckingham.

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