Things are changing very rapidly based on the spread of the virus and government advice. For the latest news on how the village is adjusting, keep an eye on Forum 2020 which is regularly updated. If you are not yet registered for Forum 2020, please complete a registration form.
The March edition of The Lee Newsletter is now available online.
Please note that the March meeting of The Lee Parish Council has been moved, and will now take place on Thursday 19th March at 7:30 pm in the Parish Hall, not as previously advertised.
The replacement new forum for The Lee, Forum 2020, is now live and the old forum is no longer accepting new posts. It will however remain available for reference for the next few months. Forum 2020 can be found here. Unlike the old forum, Forum 2020 is run by The Lee Parish Council. The two …
The Agenda for the Parish Council meeting to be held on Tuesday 14th January, 2020 is now available. Minutes of past meetings can be found here. All welcome.
The new forum, Forum 2020, is now open for registration. The old forum will continue to run in parallel during January, and all existing users are invited to re-register for Forum 2020. More information about Forum 2020 can be found in the Introduction, User Guide and FAQs.
All Parish Council statutory governance documents are now available on the Parish Council’s area of the website.
Once again Shop at The Lee is delighted to offer the opportunity to customers to order all the essential Christmas foods for collection on Christmas Eve. Last year we successfully fulfilled over 60 orders and we hope this year will be bigger than ever. Almost everything is sourced locally from tried and trusted suppliers: …
Buckinghamshire County Council are asking residents across the county to give their views on household recycling centres (aka dumps). If you ever take rubbish to the dump, you may have some thoughts – good or bad – which you would like to pass on. The survey can be found here and is open until 31st …
Weather permitting, work will start today on improving the cobbled area around the Jubilee Well in Oxford Street. The loose mortar between the stones will be cleaned out before being replaced, whilst the uneven stones around the well will be reset. Work will only take 2-3 days, so should be completed early next week.