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Maintaining and improving Burnham
What we're doing and how you can help

At Burnham Parish Council we feel a strong responsibility to maintain and constantly improve our village. In order to make the neighbourhood cleaner, safer and even more beautiful we manage a variety of projects. These are community-focused projects, and it is important to us that the community are involved. Find out about what we have achieved and what we are still working on.

Transforming a neglected footpath and play area

Project 57 focuses on the footpath between St Peter’s Close and Opendale Road. It’s an essential walking route for residents, but many are afraid to use it after dark due to the fear of crime. We are now giving the route the attention it needs.

Helping to shape Burnham’s future

The Parish Council and local residents are working to create a Neighbourhood Plan for Burnham – a strategy that will direct how Burnham develops over the next 20 years. You can find out more about what neighbourhood plans are, and what they can do here.

Cleaning up the village

In April and October 2018, the Parish Council organised two big community litter picks called The Great Burnham Sack Race. Find out how they got on, and upcoming events here.

Worried about cars speeding on your road? Join us in making a difference

Supported with funding from Buckinghamshire County Council’s Local Area Forum, the Parish Council started Community Speedwatch in 2017