Forthcoming Event Roadside Advertising
Please note that the regulations relating to the siting of temporary signs for forthcoming events are as follows:
1. The sign shall not be of a commercial nature
2. The sign must not be erected more than two weeks prior to the event and must be removed during the week following the event
3. The sign should be sited at a minimum distance of one metre from the carriageway edge, preferably adjacent to the highway boundary and be freestanding
4. The sign should not obstruct any visibility splay, footway or vehicular access
5. The sign must not be attached to street lights, columns or any other street furniture
6. The maximum size of the sign shall be one square metre
7. Only signs carrying the venue are permitted
8. Signs should be properly constructed and fit for purpose
It should also be noted that before any excavation of the highway takes place, the location of any Statutory Undertakers’ plant/services must be ascertained.
In addition, any claim on the County Council resulting from any incident involving the signs will be referred to the event organisation. You are advised to ensure that an insurance policy provides suitable cover.
Little Missenden Parish Council
The Best Kept Village Competition, organised by the Bucks Association of Local Councils (BALC) takes place in June every year. All Villages within the Parish, Holmer Green, Hyde Heath, Little Kingshill and Little Missenden, are entitled to enter.
Hyde Heath and Little Missenden took part in 2017 and the results were:
Little Missenden entered the Gurney Cup and achieved 6th place out of 16 entrants.
Hyde Heath entered the Morris Cup and scored 77 points.
A visiting Fair is held on The Common in May and September every year.
The Holmer Green Gardening Assn (VPA) holds two shows a year, a Spring Show in April and an Annual Show in September and encourages local school pupils to enter the various junior classes (for those up to 16 years of age). In addition to these main events, each summer the VPA organises a 'Best-Kept Allotment' competition which is open to non-members. www.hgvpa.com
An annual Village Fete is held on The Common in May.
The Hyde Heath Beer Festival takes place in June on The Common.
For more information visit http://www.hydeheath.com
For information on events in Little Kingshill please visit the Village Society website www.lkvs.org.uk
Steam engines visit the village in June
The village holds an Open Gardens weekend every July.
In September a Produce Show takes place.
The annual Little Missenden Festival is held in October.
2017 will see the 58th consecutive year that the village has hosted the Festival which offers a programme of Music, Literature and Arts. Early, baroque, classical and contemporary music, rub shoulders with jazz, folk music, art lectures, poetry and children's events.
For more information visit www.little-missenden.org