We're now planning the second season of investigating the earthwork and ditch we call Maids Moreton Mound. Would you like to be involved? We plan to run the dig 10th-21st August 20[...]
Two big banners have been erected at key points in Maids Moreton by the Mill Lane Campaign team which is opposed to a major housing development off Mill Lane and the A422. The ban[...]
About 200 people came to the village hall last Sunday afternoon for a View, Tea and Talk session relating to the 400 houses planned for Mill Lane. The 45 documents submitted by Ca[...]
The Wheatsheaf re-opened for business on Tuesday. To everyone's delight Jo and Bradley (who now own the freehold) want to develop the pub into the social and gastronomic hub of th[...]
On 15th December Maids Moreton Conservation Group met to discuss proposals by Catesby Estates to build 400 houses bordering the village.
The meeting was unanimously in favour of[...]
The information panels about proposals to build 400 houses west of Mill Lane can still be viewed on www.buckinghameast.co.uk
The chance to comment on Catesby Estates Ltd. develo[...]
The village hall was filled with residents talking animatedly with representatives from Catesby Estates Ltd. on Tuesday. Catesby is working for All Souls College, Oxford, to devel[...]
A few weeks ago the Advertiser printed a picture of the archaeological dig taking place near The Meadow Bank Guest House with a caption 'What lies beneath the Maids Moreton Mound?'[...]
Dog mess is an eyesore and a health hazard. Dog owners have a legal duty to clean up every time their dog messes in a public place.
Despite the increased publicity on the proble[...]
Villagers – you can use this website to find general information such as parish news or events and to find out about local services, tradesmen or great places to eat out and things[...]
Boof has recently arrived from Australia with his brother, he was last seen on Tuesday 23rd Sept and has not been home since.
He is predominantly black with a white'bib' and whi[...]
The Big Dig
The wind and rain of Hurricane Bertha last Sunday caused problems for the archaeological dig on the Maids Moreton Mound (as reported last week). Two gazebos were wr[...]
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