I like the silence the country so quiet
We can t eat out but thats good for the diet
We are buying local like folk used to do
avoiding big stores and busy streets too.
You can walk to Hampden or Denner Hill
across the fields and past the windmill
You can tidy the garden or make a deep bed
plant all your veggies and clear out the shed.
So its not all bad there is lots to do
just don t stay indoors while the sky is blue!
Open Monday to Friday from 08.30 to 12 noon.
We hope you are making use of the Store which includes a Post Office Monday and Thursday morning and a Library Service - see below.
It is well stocked with items that are most needed on a day to day basis and prices are competitive. There is something for every one including milk, pet food, sweets, washing powder and biscuits.
You can order a paper and save a trip to Naphill or town.
If you think other items should be stocked, please let us know and we will do our best to include them.
We do not sell alcohol and cigarettes as these pose a security risk but most other non-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: Angela Roberts
The shop now includes a click and collect library service.
Not a library member - Join here (Register)
Order a Book:
On the Library site you can change 'Anywhere' to Author, Title or Subject and then enter details to search.
OK will produce a list of books. Click in the tiny box alongside a book to select it.
At the very top or bottom of the list click on Reserve Selections and then enter your library card details
Click OK and then click on Change pick-up location where you can select Lacey Green.
The shop has a computer for you to use if you don't, and they will guide you through the process. You also return your book to the shop.
Click Wild Flowers for a pictorial list of all you can spot.
160 square metres provide for a maximum of 150 people seated. Actual dimensions are 19.8 x 8 meters.
Also available - a meeting room 5.4 x 3.1 meters with a large oval table easily removed if required.
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.
Notwithstanding, being a little higher up on a nice day the evening sky in the West remains blue long after sunset, the latter frequently being a view in itself.
School Year 6 or older can join at the Village Hall
Click Application form , print, complete and bring with you to join the Youth Club.
Please help support your Youth Club, come setup and clear away occasionally.
Dates of Youth Club meetings
7.30 - 9pm
Apr 10, 24 Closed until further notice
May 8, 22
June 5, 19
Membership £5 plus £2 per session and there is a tuck shop.
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
Hallmark - the village magazine,
and the Village Hall itself
are all managed by
The Village Hall Management Committee.
If you have anything to include or say about Village matters then please inform us via the Contact Us page.
Sep 5 - Hort. Soc. Autumn Show - Schedule
Sep 29 - Mcmillan Coffee Morning - Village Hall 10am
Oct 10 - Jumble Sale - Village Hall from 2pm
Horticultural SocietyAutumn Show Results 2019
This site started in June 2008 and continues to grow. It provides as much information about the village and surrounding area as one might anicipate people will want to know.
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 colour. We have pages for all the village clubs including amateur dramatics, a choir and indoor bowls to name only a few; an ever expanding History section, and for our Advertisers.
Can't find a house-name - we have published a house-name directory which we are updating - select House Finder from mainmenu.
So if you need something to do or someone to do something, its all here.
Village news and all the Club activities 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: Mike Piercy. Names are not essential, just the address.
We have a comprehensive Welcome Pack delivered by Mike, 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.
Look closer - it's snowing