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Postcode of village centre and Bernard Hall: HP18 0AP
Postcode of Playing Fields Clubhouse: HP18 0AJ
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Statement of Persons Nominated and Notice of Poll

Statement of Persons nominated

Election of Parish Councillors - Cuddington

Election of District Councillors - Haddenham and Stone Ward

Witchert Chorale Concert on March 28th

On March 28th the Witchert Chorale, with Golgatha Kantorie an associated choir from Berlin, gave a concert in Cuddington church before a packed audience of over 100 people.  The English choir was conducted by David Quinn and the German choir by Martin Kruger.

The programme included works by Jon Tavenor, Brahms, Mendelssohn and Elgar, and also contained readings by Andy Hardy.

It was, as is usual with the Witchert Chorale in Cuddington, very well received and gave much pleasure to the audience.

The proceeds were in aid of the Utugi Street Children Kenya Project, and a handsome total of £1.207 was raised for this cause.

Photos can be seen opposite.

Sunshine Club Matinee Cinema

The next showing at the very popular Matinee Cinema will take place on Monday 18 May in the Bernard Hall at 1.30pm (doors open 1pm).  The 1956 Cole Porter musical "High Society", a musical comedy, stars Bing Crosby, Grace Kelly and Frank Sinatra.  Memorable songs include "True Love", "Who Wants to be a Millionaire", "Well, Did You Evah". Tickets, which include tea and homemade cake, are priced £5/£4 conc. and are available from Liz Davies 01844 299150.

Annual Village Meeting – Wednesday 22nd April

The Annual Village Meeting will take place on Wednesday 22nd April at 7.30pm in the Bernard Hall.  All villagers are invited to attend this friendly and informal evening, listen to news from local clubs and societies as well as organisations and join in the open discussion on local issues, concers and wishes.

The meeting will be chaired by Ken Birkby, Chairman of Cuddington Parish Council.
The Agenda can be viewed here

Please join us.  Light refreshments will be provided.

Are you registered to Vote?

Aylesbury Vale District Council is urging those who are not yet on the electoral register to apply to register by the deadline of 20 April to protect their right to vote on Election Day – 7 May 2015.

Chris Sheard, Electoral Services Manager, said: “Time is now running short to make sure you can take part in these elections, so I’d encourage everyone in Aylesbury Vale to take action now if they aren’t registered to vote. Those particularly at risk of missing the chance to vote are people who have moved house recently, and who mistakenly assume they are automatically registered at their new address because they pay council tax. The two processes are completely separate.

“Online registration makes registering to vote easier and more convenient than ever before. It only takes a few minutes to do at and people can access it through their computer, smartphone or tablet.”

AVDC is particularly keen to remind young people that they need to be registered by the closing date to be able to cast their vote in May.

Sixteen and 17-year-olds can register themselves now so that they will be able to vote as soon as they turn 18. Students who are living away at university can also register at both their term time address and home address.

Under the new Individual Electoral Registration system, which was introduced last summer, everyone is responsible for registering themselves. Those registering will need to prove their identity by providing their name, address, National Insurance number and date of birth when applying. 

Those who would prefer a postal vote, rather than going along to a polling station, need to be registered individually before they can apply for a postal vote. The closing date for postal vote applications is Tuesday 21 April, at 5pm. 

For further information about voting in the May elections, visit or call the elections team on 01296 585807.

Election Timetable

23 March 2015 – Notice of Election

23 March 2015 – 9 April 2015 – Nomination period (expired)

10 April 2015 – Statement of Person nominated

16 April 2015 – Potential Notice of uncontested Election result

7 May 2015 – Polling day

9 May 2015 – Parish Election count

11 May 2015 – Notice of Election result, if contested

Remember the Fete when you start clearing out!

The Sun’s out, the flowers are on their way and I am sure we shall soon be donning our marigolds and getting stuck in to the traditional English Spring Clean.  Well don’t forget the Fete when you start bagging up your old bits and bobs.  We would welcome all donations of bags and beads (to go direct to Denise's) and any books, toys, bottles or bric-a-brac.  Phone Jo (292958) to arrange a collection time or drop off at 10 Bernard Close whenever you are able.

Many thanks, Jo Goodson

Parish Supper – Feb. 21st 2015

The Parish Supper was held in the Bernard Hall on Sat. Feb. 21st and a welcome selection of food was provided.

The speaker was Roger Howell of the Barnabas Fund.  He gave an illuminating account of how Christians in different parts of the world were persecuted, highlighting how fortunate we are in this country.

44 people attended and their donations were sufficient to provide, after expenses, a payment to Barnabas of £261.

Diary Dates – Annual Village Meeting and AGM of Parish Council

The Annual Village Meeting will take place on Wednesday 22nd April at 7.30pm in the Bernard Hall.  Please put the date in your diaries.  More details to follow.

Due to the date of the Elections in May, the Annual General Meeting of the Parish Council will be moved from the first Wednesday in the month and be held instead on Wednesday 13th May at 7.30pm in Cuddington and Dinton School – Infant site.  

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