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

Hyde Heath

Hyde Heath is situated on top of the Chiltern Hills and is located in a triangle between Amersham, Chesham and Great Missenden.

The Village offers a cricket green, school, public house and a Village Hall, which is a focal point. Approximately 500 people live in Hyde Heath and many commute to London with direct links at Amersham on Chiltern Railways and the Metropolitan Line.

A range of activities take place on the Common including fitness groups, football training, Alpine and dog walkers and children using the activity play area. A cricket pavilion is located on the Common and in the summer months hosts a weekly cricket match.

In May the annual Village Fete (one of the largest in the country) takes place and attracts many people to see the dog show, many stalls and the well-known attraction of vintage vehicles. In June the Hyde Heath Beer Festival takes place on the Common.

The Village Hall is a focal point for many societies and groups for all ages including Cubs, Brownies, music, dance and drama groups and an annual quiz.

Hyde Heath offers a wide range of housing including a Residential Care Home, giving the Village a cross-section of residents. The Primary School offers pre-school and a toddler group and caters for children up to the age of 11 years. Located on the edge of the Village Common it has established an excellent reputation.

Hyde Heath residents are keen to maintain a community spirit and the Village Shop is a ‘co-operative’ Shop which is owned and run by residents providing every day necessities.

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