With its rich history and flourishing contemporary life, Long Crendon offers the best of both worlds. The beautiful Buckinghamshire countryside and picturesque properties give an air of tranquillity, but as residents will tell you, the place is teeming with activity.
Learn more about Long Crendon's heritage and explore all its present day amenities by using the navigation panel on the right hand side. Enjoy your visit.
2015 is the 800th Anniversary of Magna Carta, a foundation of democracy in the English-speaking world.
Our Lord of the Manor, William Marshal, and his son were deeply involved in the production of this iconic document. William Marshal is widely regarded as 'the greatest knight in Christendom'.
Long Crendon is one of only a small number of towns and villages in England with a direct link to this important piece of history. So we will be celebrating this association on the weekend of 13th and 14th June with this medieval themed fete and other events.
For further details or to get involved with the events please go to www.longcrendonmagnacarta.com
The Parish Council have been working towards re-invigorating the parks within Long Crendon and have been delighted with the success of the new Jubilee Park at the recreation ground, which we opened on 7th September 2012. View photos of the playground, and of the Open Day.
Plans for regenerating our other park at Harroell are now complete with the recent installation of a Zip Wire, a junior skate park and a gravel bike track. The Council were fortunate to receive funding from Wren and from the Vale of Aylesbury Housing Trust to build this.For further information and photos of the completed project, please click here.
All news relating to the Parish Council activities such as planning notices and meeting minutes can be downloaded online. Also you can find important Parish Council contact details.
Advertise, or Search for, a local business by using our local business directory.
Search through the Long Crendon directory of local clubs, societies and organisations, from Charities to Sports Clubs and Village Affairs.
The Crimewatch Noticeboard is where you can interact with the local police force to find out details of crimes and to report any information you may have.