Welcome to the website of Hughenden Parish Counci

Hughenden Parish is situated in the heart of the Chilterns.

There are eight villages within Hughenden Parish: Naphill, Walter's Ash, North Dean, Bryants Bottom, Hughenden Valley, Cryers Hill, Great Kingshill and Widmer End. In some cases, villages are served by more than one Parish Council.


The Parish Council consists of 15 elected Councillors, who serve approximately 3,500 households, a population of approximately 9,000 people.


The map further down this page shows the location and boundary of Hughenden Parish.

The Council Invite Proposals for Service Tenders

Hughenden Parish Council invite proposals for the provision of the following services:


1. Garden of Rest Grounds Maintenance Services

2. Grounds Maintenance Services

3. General Maintenance Services

4. Hedge & Field Maintenance Services

5. Urban Devolved Services


All five contracts will commence on 01 April 2017 and expire on 31 March 2020 (3 years).


If you wish to tender, please email Shona Hadwen, Clerk to the Council by 01 February 2017 to register interest and receive an Invitation To Tender Pack.


To be considered, sealed written tenders must be received by the Clerk by noon on 10 February 2017. 


Please submit tenders in writing to The Clerk to the Council, Hughenden Parish Council, Council Offices, the Common, Great Kingshill, High Wycombe, HP15 6EN.


All tenders will be notified by email of the award decision on 21st February 2017.


All service supplier enquiries  welcome.




Urban Devolved Services

To report an issue with urban grass verges, hedges, footways or street furniture, please email clerk@hughendenpc.org.uk or telephone Hughenden Parish Council Office 01494 715296.


To find out more about Urban Devolved Services, please open and read the document below or contact the Clerk for further information or to clarify areas of responsibility.


Devolution of Services to Local Government - Information
Devolution to Local Government .pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [381.2 KB]

Transfer of Parish Land

Latest update available under our Transfer of Parish Land link.



We own and maintain a number of facilities that make the Parish an attractive place to live and visit. Information on our facilities, including the Garden of Rest on Four Ashes Road and our eight allotment sites can be found on these pages.


Our Facilities