Tree wardens are volunteers who gather information about their local trees, get involved in tree matters and encourage local practical projects related to trees and woods.
Please see our information leaflet for more information, or to sign up please email: email@example.com or contact Lee, Phillips, Nina Stockill or Cllr. Newell via the Town Council office on 01280 816 426.
Buckingham benefits from a number of beautiful green spaces, with considerable areas of woodland, parks and street trees. However, Members of the Planning Committee have grown concerned at the increasing number of fallen trees, despite tree protection orders being in place and being located in the town’s Conservation Area. Members review the number of fallen trees at each meeting of the Planning Committee and have agreed to publish their findings within the attached report.
As part of a joint project between the Environment Agency and Buckingham Town Council, with £5,000 of Buckinghamshire County Council's Buckingham Local Area Forum funding; the River Wardens will take part in regularly monitoring the River Great Ouse. Monitoring is done in a variety of ways, from photographs and water sampling to river restoration.
River Wardens also meet regularly for information sessions, learning more about the river, its health and how to look after it.
If you are interested in taking part, please contact Ruth via
The Town Council is currently looking for volunteers to help alert residents and businesses in the event of flooding in the town.
If you would like to be involved, please email Louise Stubbs at firstname.lastname@example.org and ask to be added to the list of interested people.
Bourton Road Allotments
The allotments at Bourton Road are managed by allotment holders and supported by the Council. If you are interested in taking on an allotment, please call the Council on 01280 816 426 and we will pass the contact information on.