This site provides a guide to the Chiltern communities at: The Lee, Lee Common, Hunts Green, Kings Ash, Lee Gate and Swan Bottom, which together make up the Buckinghamshire Parish of The Lee, described as “the prettiest village amongst a host of pretty villages” (The Lady).
Please take the time to browse our website – there should be something for everyone: from the latest events to the village in the time of the Domesday Book via a monthly record of life in the year 2000; from the business of the Parish Council to the fun of the Flower Show; from where to buy a pint of milk or a bottle of wine to transport links; from a walk in the Chilterns countryside (ignoring the impact of HS2) to a stroll around ‘Midsomer’ Lee ….
The Lee Forum is for on-line discussions and the exchange of information amongst those who live in The Lee and surrounding villages. If there is anything that other villagers can help you with do pay it a visit. If you’re a new visitor to the forum, please click here to register for the first time.
Frequently asked questions
The Lee sits high in the Chiltern Hills in Buckinghamshire, roughly midway between Amersham and Aylesbury. Taking the bigger picture, it’s roughly midway between London and Oxford.
The 2011 census reported 698 residents across 299 properties.
Walking the bounds of The Lee Parish is a journey of just over 12.5 miles.
Although only a short stretch of HS2 runs through The Lee Parish, farmland has been lost and many trees felled, changing the local landscape. The website has details of how to complain if construction or operation breach the terms of the Act.