May 022020

THANK YOU to everyone who donated this week, we collected a stunning 100 bags of a variety of tins and dried foods. thanks to the volunteers who collected the good as well!!

So we are going to do it all over again, on Thursday 14th May, so please include a tin or 2 in you shopping and be ready to donate to the volunteers when asked.

Penn & Tylers Green Together are supporting the One Can Food Bank in Wycombe, which provides food parcels for local families in need.

One Can are looking for donations of

tins of vegetables
corned beef
tins of ham, minced beef
long life milk
cooking sauces
pulses, kidney beans
The idea is to that the P&TG Together road volunteers arrange collections/drop offs at their homes, then collect the donations into groups this Thursday, working their way up until the area volunteers have all of their donations ready to meet at 3.15pm for the donations to be taken to One Can in a van which has been supplied by Beaconsfield Rugby Club.

Look out for messages from your road volunteer soon.

Thanks so much for your donation.

May 022020

Now into week 6 of lockdown, we have learnt of another drink supplier based in Penn, We Made produce four flavours of refreshingly fruity still drinks; Lemonade, Raspberry & Lemon, Limeade and Blackcurrant & Lime. more info below….

We are also pleased to see that the Red Lion has opened again for takeaways Thursday, Friday and Saturday: also JJ’s is open for takeaway hot and cold drinks, bacon baguettes, egg sandwiches, bread. .

Joe Gleesons Butcher continues to be open between the hours of 7.30am and 8.30am Tues to Friday to prioritise serving those deemed at risk and key workers only. Gleeson’s will also increase the delivery service to those in need to include Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Deliveries can be arranged by contacting Joe 813392 including answerphone or e-mail

Village Shop on the Green have introduced a wide range of fruit and vegetables and continue with deliveries Please contact Nav by phone 01494 817369 or view whats available on their facebook page

Dips on Kings Ride is regularly getting stock deliveries and also sells fruit, vegetables and plants, as well as the well stocked supermarket.

We Made currently have a sale on all four flavours of their drinks and are able to deliver direct locally to anywhere in Bucks. Please check out our website ( to find out more and orders can be placed via our online store at any time.

Please support our local shops and services we appreciate the help they are giving everyone

Stay well to everyone

Apr 302020

The variety of cons & scams continues to grow and to diversify.
So, the attached list of recent new bogus messages might be worth reading and noting.
In particular, do note the one at the bottom of the list re the suspicious email reporting service of the National Cyber Security Centre.  This seems to be quite new and, because so many emails fall into this ‘suspicious’ category, you may wish to forward any such emails to them for investigation.  However, any email you receive that is blatantly bogus can still be reported to Action Fraud  (

Thank you.

 Attachments WDNHWA – SCAMS NEWS 28.pdf
Apr 272020

We are pleased to receive the information from Transport for Bucks that they are introducing a permit scheme to manage potentially disruptive street works, that we have put up with over the last few months and years.

From May 1 2020, the new scheme will be introduced. Previously, a permit has only been required for work on the most traffic sensitive roads. With a permit scheme, anyone working on the road has to apply to do so, and there is a cost to cover the administration of the scheme, including inspections of the work. This also allows TfB to set specific conditions for the permit such as hours of work and type of traffic control. Under the old scheme, any works elsewhere on the road network were ‘notified’ rather than requested and this gives much less control of these works and staff resource to manage the work and any clashes.
With the new scheme a permit will be required for work on any road maintained by TfB. This will enhance the ability to minimise disruption to the public, through better co-ordination of all works that take place on any of Buckinghamshire’s roads. The new scheme also aims to give improved information to the public about work being done in their local area or where they are travelling. This is due to better forward planning and enhanced programming of work that the scheme will bring. As well as enhanced communication, there will be an improvement to timing and duration of works in busier areas within the local communities. Buckinghamshire’s road network has links to several major roads and motorways.
In rolling out the scheme, it is hoped to improve commuters’ journey times by easing congestion, advancing road safety and providing enhanced accessibility. Buckinghamshire Council Executive Portfolio Holder for Transport, Mark Shaw, said: “The new scheme is in line with the Department for Transport’s recommendations and the approach taken by many other highway authorities. I am very pleased to see this being rolled out across Buckinghamshire and hope that the travelling public will also see the benefits this scheme brings in due course.”   ​ 

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