Village Societies & Organisations

  • Village Hall
    • Hughenden Valley Village Hall
  • Hughenden Valley Community Shop
    • A shop for the Community run by the Community, located in the Village Hall car park. Open from 7.30am to 6pm (Mon-Fri), 3pm (Sat) and 1pm (Sun). Times may vary between Summer & Winter, check their web page.
    • Village shop FB page
  • Hughenden Valley FC
    • Hughenden Valley FC offers football coaching and training to about 230 players in age groups starting at Under 6 right up to the League Winning U18’s Youth team
  • Scouting & Guiding
    • Hughenden & Naphill Scouts contact Adrian Curtis 01494 562779.
    • Hughenden Cubs contact Shelagh Sheppard on 01494 452305.
    • Hughenden Brownies contact Lisa 07920 481939.
  • Hughenden Valley Art Group
    • Hughenden Valley Art Group provides a friendly environment in which beginners and improvers can develop their painting skills through informal workshops and tutored classes.
  • Hughenden Valley Drainage Improvement Group
    • Set up in Hughenden Valley in late 2015 to represent villagers’ interests regarding the flooding and drainage issues that are experienced periodically. DIG became a group within HVRA in 2020.
  • Hughenden Valley Climate Group, Facebook page
  • Hughenden Allotment & Garden Association (HAGA)
    • A friendly club for all who are interested in horticulture. We have monthly meetings in the village hall as well as a number of outings to gardens. No need to be an expert! Contact Daphne Hicks on 07546 540012 or for further details. Talks & visits are shown in the Calendar.
  • On Facebook there is a Hughenden Valley group.

Other Local Societies & Organisations

  • The Chiltern Society
    • Dedicated to preserving the unique character of the Chiltern Hills, the Chiltern Society has a wide range of events and activities for its members and volunteers.
  • Chilterns Conservation Board
    • The Chilterns Conservation Board is an independent public body, established by Parliament in 2004 with “the purpose of conserving and enhancing the natural beauty of the area of outstanding natural beauty”.
  • The High Wycombe Society
    • The High Wycombe Society aims to protect and enhance the built and natural heritage of High Wycombe and the surrounding area.
  • Chiltern Countryside Group
    • Action group seeking to “protect the beauty and tranquility of the Chilterns and the surrounding Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty”.
  • Bryants Bottom Community Trust CIC
    • Community Interest Company set up by Bryants Bottom residents to conserve the environment in and around the village.
  • Prestwood Nature
    • Prestwood Nature aims to protect and enhance the quality of the natural environment in the Prestwood area through the involvement of local residents.
  • Wycombe Wildlife Group
    • A conservation group formed for people who “want to learn more about our wildlife, and help conserve it for the enjoyment of people today and for generations to come”.
  • University of the Third Age
    • Wycombe branch of the University of the Third Age with regular monthly meetings in Lacey Green Village Hall. Over 30 subject groups ranging from art and languages, through local history and music to science & technology and more, plus outings and visits.

Campaigning Organisations

  • Stop HS2
    • The national campaign against High Speed Rail 2.
  • 51m
    • National campaign by thirteen local authorities including Bucks County Council to actively challenge the HS2 scheme.
  • GASP
    • GASP is a focal body made up of groups, associations, societies and individuals who share a common belief that the stadium proposals on Green Belt land at Booker Airfield are wrong.
  • Chalk Aquifer Alliance
    • Uniting independent groups to protect our chalk streams. We have 85% of the world’s chalk streams in England. These unique freshwater ecosystems are at risk from pollution and over-abstraction that are causing significant damage to this precious habitat.

Community Services

Local Government

Neighbouring Villages

Places of Interest

  • Hughenden Manor
    • National Trust property, once the home of Victorian statesman Benjamin Disraeli.
  • Wycombe Museum
    • Exhibits on the history of the district and a famous collection of Windsor chairs.