Chalfont St Peter

The photograph has been used courtesy of Buckinghamshire County Council 
The village was first recorded around the seventh Century as an Anglo Saxon settlement along the river Misbourne by a spring and was called 'Caedeles Funta'.  It was then mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1087.  The population as at the 2001 census numbered some 12,939 making Chalfont St Peter one of the largest villages in the South East of England.

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Sep 16, 2018

Commemorating World War One centenary: Chiltern and South Bucks District Councils small grants scheme
To support the centenary year , Chiltern and South Bucks District Councils are providing a special small grants scheme which local town and parish councils and community groups can apply for to help them mark the centenary. Local people can apply for funding of up to £300 per project.
 
To apply for a grant or for further details, please contact Natalie Judson, Active Communities Officer
Joint Communities & Leisure Team, Email: njudson@chiltern.gov.uk, Tel: 01494 732759
 
Don’t delay as the closing date is Thursday 11thOctober 2018