Welcome to our village Home Page
The villages of Lacey Green and Loosley Row are set together in the heart of the Chiltern Hills in an area of outstanding natural beauty
where you can catch frequent sights of wildlife ranging from deer and foxes to the growing population of
Red Kites, previously extinct in England..
The picture below is a view of our villages from Lodge Hill and you can look the other way at the bottom of this page - this is
just one of the views from the top of the Village which is as good a reason to live here as any.
We also have a renowned School, numerous
walks and the oldest Smock Windmill in England.
Then there is the flora with as varied a selection of wild flowers as you can get anywhere.
I don't know if its being a little higher up but on a nice day the evening sky in the West remains blue long after sunset, the latter frequently being a view in itself.
Of course we do get bad weather but the main problem is the occasional strong wind which, squeezing through a narrower area at the top of the hill, can damage plants and fetch off the odd roof tile.
This site started in June 2008 and continues to grow. With time it will provide as much
information about the village and surrounding area as one might anicipate people will want to know.
In fact we welcome suggestions on content. Please use the contact us page for any contributions.
We have a Places of Local Interest page and a Hallmark archive - the latter is our village magazine and the later versions are in full colour. We have pages for all the village clubs, with an expanding history section, and for our advertisers.
We have published a house name directory which we are updating.
So if you need something to do or someone to do something, its all here.
Village news and all the Club events will be ever changing features so if you have nothing to do or want to
plan ahead, check here first.
If you become aware of someone just moved into the Villages please e-mail
Tony Molesworth. Names are not essential, just the address.
We have a comprehensive Welcome Pack delivered by Tony, full of local information which all new visitors have been pleased to receive. We also feel, and hope they do too, that this is a wonderful gesture.
Lacey Green Stores
Please e-mail Tony Molesworth with factual comments of your shop experience or any other matters concerning the shop.
Open Monday to Friday from 08.30 to 12 noon.
We hope you are making use of the Store. It is well stocked with items that are most needed on a day to day basis and prices will be competitive. There is something for every one ranging from pet food to sweets, washing powder to biscuits.
If you think other items should be stocked, please let us know and we will do our best to include them as the store develops.
We do not sell alcohol and cigarettes as these do pose a security risk but most other none perishable items are on display.
The shop is run by a team of volunteers under the control of the Lacey Green Community Planning Group and is also supported by the Village Hall Committee. We can always use more volunteers, so if you would like to help please e-mail:
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School Year 6 or older can join at the Village Hall
Application forms for joining the Youth Club can be applied for using the email below.
Please help support your Youth Club volunteer leaders by coming early to setup and clear away occasionally.
Dates of Youth Club meetings
7.30 - 9pm
Oct 10, 24
Nov 7, 21
Dec 5, 19
Membership is £5 plus £2 per session and there is a tuck shop.
NB Unless you notify us, four consecutive absences will mean rejoining, as we assume you have left.
Buckinghamshire Children and Young People's Trust
Family Information Service
YOUNG PEOPLE: Have your say.
What do you want from your youth club?
What do you like?
What don't you like?
What would you change and how?
Use the Email below.
EQUIPMENT: We are always looking for kit for young people to entertain themselves. Have you anything sitting in the garage
or loft you don't use and we can? Please use our e-mail below - need to be local.
Please email us at: Youth
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