New to the Village – Useful Info


Welcome to the Village.

If you are planning to move to Penn and Tylers Green or have recently relocated to our villages, you are very welcome and we hope our website provides a lot of information about the what goes on in the villages. If you would like to talk to someone, email your question to info -at- pennandtylersgreen -dot- org -dot- uk and we will respond to your query.

Below there are details on clubs and societies in the village.

Education & Childcare

The nursery schools & creche that are in the village are listed here, please note that Manor Farm schools and Sir William Ramsey High School are located in nearby Hazlemere.

Contact Nicky Lovegrove tel: 817093 email: thevillagepreschool -at- btinternet -dot- com For further information please visit
Contact Ruthie Pocock, Principal, on 07881 737149 or by email: ruthiepocock -at- little-oaks -dot- org Operate at two sites in the village. For further information please visit


Sports Clubs

We have a large Football Club catering for both sexes and all ages. Please see
The Tennis Club has its courts at the Sports and Social Club at Elm Road, Penn HP10 8LF. Tel: 01494 812929 Please see
Tylers Green Bridge Club meet every Thursday at the Village Hall at 7.30. for more information please contact the Club on or Karen Taylor 816450 & Val Macdiarmid 812528
Contact: Hazlemere Community Association Phone: 815180
For further details please use the contact details below: Website: Phone: 07973 137446


please visit the website to learn more about the Practices, opening times and services provided. Tel: 01494 817144
The Simpson Centre and Penn Surgeries have an active Patient Participation Group (PPG). The PPG provide communications between the patients and the Practice, and issue regular online newsletters, a paper Newsletter 2-3 times a year and have started arranging YOUR HEALTH information events. For more info on the PPG, the Committee members and the ongoing activities please visit the PPG pages on the Simpson Centre website: please sign up for our regular newsletters on
Village Care Penn and Tylers Green Village Care was founded nearly 25 years ago. A group of local volunteers help anyone in the village who need practical help with going out of the house, we take our clients to all sorts of local destinations, and thereby provide help and contact for people who might otherwise not get out or meet people. Here are a few questions to explain how Village Care works: What is Village Care? We are a team of some fifty volunteer drivers and twenty five volunteer telephonists, who take calls from our 75 "clients" in the Penn and Tylers Green village who want to be taken from their homes to various destinations (and brought back). Who are our clients? Anyone in the Penn and Tylers Green area who needs a lift, young and old. Our only limitation is the ability of some of our drivers to handle wheel chairs. Where do we go? Anywhere reasonably local, and further afield for medical purposes. Popular destinations are hospitals, surgeries, supermarkets, hairdressers and local shops. Drivers use their own cars, so that some cars may not be suitable for everyone. We work closely with Penn and Highfield Surgeries. How does one contact Village Care? You ring 01494 816909 between 10 am and 1.00 pm, Mondays to Fridays, to book your ride. We are closed on Bank Holidays and in the second half of December. We do not provide an emergency service, so all bookings have to be made at least one day before, and not more than two weeks before the event. You will get confirmation, and be given the name of your driver. What happens then? The driver will come to your address and collect you. All subsequent arrangements are then between you and the driver. The service is free, but we welcome any donations. What else? We organise the P&TG Open Gardens Day in the summer. Besides being a great day out, it raises funds for us and for other charities, such as the Iain Rennie Hospice. So do use us: we have a super band of volunteers. But we can always do with a few more drivers (particularly with 4x4s!) and more telephonists, who work the telephone between 10am and 1.00 pm. Volunteers are not placed under any obligation, as we can usually re-organise to suit everyone.
Chepping Wycombe Parish Council run the Recycling Centre for Glass, Foil and Cans, Paper and Plastic. There is also a Thames Air Ambulance collection point for used clothes and shoes provided they are supplied in bags. Open all year round
Chepping Wycombe Parish Council run the Recycling Centre

Village Hall & Sports and Social Club

Tylers Green Village Hall hosts many activities arranged by our local Clubs and Societies. Please drop into the Village Hall to see what is on in the next month. The Village Hall is also available to hire for your functions, please see our website for more information. Tylers Green Village Hall in Church Road, Tylers Green, includes the Main Hall, with seating for up to 150 people; the Penn Room (refurbished in 2013), can seat up to 80 people; and the Barnes Room, is ideal for meetings of up to 25 people. In addition, the renovated stage area is equipped with separate changing rooms with shower and toilet. The large kitchen has access to the Main Hall and the foyer. A well equipped and compact bar has access to the Main Hall and the Penn Room. The hall has modern, clean toilets and baby changing facilities, plus facilities for the disabled throughout. There are adequate car parking facilities outside the hall and nearby, and there is a safe outdoor play area for younger children. Coffee and tea is available in the morning between 9.30 and 11.30 on weekdays (may be closed in school holidays). Free Wi-Fi available for hall users. Church Road, High Wycombe HP10 8LN tel 01494 819990 email[]
Penn and Tylers Green Sports and Social Club is based in Elm Road, and has a wealth of amenities open and available to the It is the home of Penn and Tylers Green Football Club, Penn and Tylers Green Cricket Club, Penn Lawn Tennis Club, which caters for all age groups and families. We are delighted also to host The Penn Darts team, but the Social Club offers much more than just these fantastic sporting opportunities.
Penn & Tylers Green Evening WI are a friendly group who meet on the Second Thursday of the month in Tylers Green Hall. If you would more information please have a look at their website:
The Morning WI meets in the Sports and Social Club on the third Wednesday of the month, except August, from 10:00am to 12 midday. Visitors are most welcome. If you are interested please contact sandra -at- thethicket -dot- plus -dot- com. Full details of the WI movement and its activities can be found on the national site at


Holy Trinity Church is located on Church Road at the junction with Paul's Hill and the Penn Parish rooms are located opposite, St Margarets Church is located on the corner of Hammersley Lane Church Road, with St Margaret's Parish Rooms opposite. Please look at the gallery of photographs where you will find many interesting interior photos of both churches. please contact Rev.Mike Bisset tel: 816700 or Revd Derrick Carr tel: 442212
The Penn Free Methodist Church is located on Church Road. Rev Peter Simpson tel: 816202 / 812829 revps -at- icloud -dot- com
TG Methodist Church is located in Coppice Farm Road. Rev Vida Foday - 01494 562788 Our webpage with details of church services and other activities can be found at >


Youth Clubs / Scouts & Cubs, Guides & Brownies

The nearest youth clubs are in Hazlemere and Flackwell Heath,

Adrian and Heather Cooper will provide the up to date information on the scout and cub activity. tel no: 01494 816505
please contact Sue Stephens for more information. tel no: 01494 817436
Hazlemere Youth Centre (HYC) Rose Avenue Hazlemere Bucks HP15 7UB email: hazlemere -dot- youth -dot- centre -at- gmail -dot- com tel no: 01494 813364 WHAT HAPPENS AT HYC The centre is at the heart of Hazlemere and provides a wide and varied amount of activities for all ages. BIRTHDAY PARTIES FIRST SOCCER JUDO GMYNASTICS SPRINGBUCKS GYM TABLE TENNIS YOUTH NIGHTS VETERANS FOOTBALL +MORE
Flackwell Heath Youth Group Year 5 to Year 10 Come and join a really great village youth group where the emphasis is What you want and Boring is not we do Since we started in January its been fabulous...full of laughter, friendship and activities - You'll love it too. Open every Monday night during term time 7pm to 9pm We meet in the centre of the village at the Methodist Church Hall. Please come and support us and GET INVOLVED... Visit us on Facebook Flackwell Heath Youth Group YOU tell us what YOU want to do! Parents are welcome to come and find out more on the night.

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