Beamond End, Holmer Green, Hyde Heath,
Little Kingshill and Little Missenden

Holmer Green

Eight cherry trees were planted on the outskirts of the Village along Earl Howe Road in 2008 to mark the 800th anniversary and in 2016/17 a tree was planted by the Village Pond to celebrate the 90th birthday of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

The Village has the benefit of a large enclosed Common which includes a further enclosed children’s play area. A visiting fair is held on The Common in May and September every year. Holmer Green Sports Association provides facilities for tennis, football, cricket, squash and short mat bowls and the High Wycombe Model Engineering Club.

Holmer Green also enjoys a thriving retail area including a number of food outlets, a small supermarket, pharmacy, off-licence, hair and beauty salons, newsagent, greengrocer and charity shop. In addition the Village has a petrol station, two vehicle repair and MOT centres as well as a small Trading Estate.

Well served educationally from Nursery to Senior School level Holmer Green has a number of Churches serving different denominations.

The Village is situated close to the A404 which enables connection to the M4, M40 and M25. Commuting into London is available on Chiltern Railways from Amersham, High Wycombe and Beaconsfield and from Amersham on the Metropolitan Line. Bus routes also pass through the Village connecting High Wycombe, Amersham and Chesham.

There are many activities and Clubs in Holmer Green and further information can be found in the Village publication ‘Holmer Green Today’ available from a number of local shops and also on the Village website 

Rossetti Hall is available for hire, see the Village Hall page for more information.

Discover the history of Holmer Green here