The Village Environment
Track Way Improvement, and a Village Pond?
The track that runs eastwards from Frog Lane towards Ridgebarn Farm is known for its mud, and for the pigs that live alongside the first section. Its borders are very overgrown so, although a lot of good trees have been planted, they are hidden by the scrub and fallen timber and weeds.
Waddesdon Estates farm the large arable field to the north (on your left), and within a little thicket at the top of the field is a pond.
Greener Cuddington and your Parish Council are seeking to cooperate with Waddesdon Estates to tidy up the border between the track and the field, and also the pond edges so that the views are improved, and the pond becomes an enjoyable feature.
We are looking for a small team of people to work with Waddesdon in this and will be presenting the opportunity at the Village Meeting on April 18th 2012.
Horse Chestnut Tree Leaf Problem - A Challenge?
High Speed Train Route – HS2
The government is consulting on constructing a new high speed rail link to Birmingham that will cut through the Missenden valley to Wendover, Aylesbury and Waddesdon.
A substantial campaign against it is being fought supported by many organisations. You can find out more and ask the difficult questions at the local HS2 roadshow:
Saturday 21st May 2011 – Waddesdon C of E School car park