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.
 
In addition, Buckinghamshire County Council has launched a new online tool for finding and contacting local groups and activities. It's called the Bucks Online Directory (BOD) and provides a searchable database of community assets, activities and sources of support for adults in Bucks. It can be accessed at https://directory.buckinghamshire.gov.uk/services
 
If you know of any groups that are not listed either here or on BOD and you'd like to have a page here, please get in touch via our Contact us page

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Our latest news
May 9, 2022

Bucks Family History Society have recommenced their in person meetings.at the Community Centre Bourne End on the 10th May 7:30 and the talk is 'Reading Old Handwriting'. Click here for more info 
The new Bucks Dementia Support Service launches 17th May at 2pm at Aylesbury Library. Pop along to find out more. Further details here