The proposed move to website has created unforeseen technical difficulties and so this website is being restored. 


This website contains information issued by Marsworth Parish Council and other contributors. They are responsible for that content and the website is merely providing a platform for them to put information online. The Parish Council has assessed the burden and benefits which would arise if a WCAG 2.1 AA compliant website were to be used for broadcasting its information and concluded that it would be a disproportionate burden for Marsworth Parish.


Anyone wishing to publicise village events, add contact details or content to the site please contact 01296 660086 or email webmaster@Marsworth.Org.UK; Anyone wanting to participate in rapid cascade down of urgent village information or the newsletter should send their name/e-mail address to the webmaster.


Marsworth Parish Clerk is on


Booking the village hall is via Fran Brown on 01296-661211


If you need the Village Defibrillator, act according to the information in the file below.


In the event of a Bee Swarm, act according to the information in the file below.


Reporting Highways Problems Highways on Call 0845 230 2882


All Saints Church is on


Bucks Bus Timetable on


Herts Bus Timetable on


Cheddington Bowls Club on


Marsworth C of E Infant School on


Marsworth Pre School on


Marsworth Steam Rally on


Local Walks on


Help for the Elderly on


Victims of Crime Support on


Thames Valley Police on


Illegal Dumping (Fly-Tipping) call 0845 330 1856


Bucks CC on 01296 585858


Bucks Adult Safeguarding on 0800 137 915 OR 01296 382423


In the event of a major incident or evacuation please contact Bob Kennedy 01296 661533 or mobile 07962 002250 or a Parish Councillor for instructions.


The PCSO (Police Community Support Officer) for Marsworth is Megan Dean. She can be contacted on


Thames Valley Alerts is a system where the Police can send an email to specific communities and areas if there has been an incident or crime in that location. This not only enables people to be extra vigilant but it also keeps them informed of what is going on in their area.


Thames Valley Police - Now just ring 101 - Charlotte Cottage, 73 Leighton Road, Wing, LU7 0NN


The new national power cut phone line – 105 – to help people contact the company that looks after their electricity network. This would be UK Power Networks for London, the East and South East of England.


Public Access Defibrillator handout.pdf
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swarm collection 2019.pdf
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