Edlesborough, Dagnall & Northall

7.5T Lorry Roadsign

Ivinghoe Freight Strategy

Update provided by Buckinghamshire Council


Taking notes in a meeting

Meetings & Minutes

Agenda for the Annual Parish meeting & the Ordinary Meeting of Edlesborough Parish Council held on Thursday 15th April 2021 via the Remote Meeting Platform Zoom (Joining info is on the Agenda)


Ruler on sketch of plan

Planning Applications

Planning Applications, last updated 19th March 2021


Image Of The Cover Of February 2021 Focus

Focus Report

Focus Report for April 2021

The Focus Magazine can be viewed at TheFocusMagazine.co.uk


COVID-19 when looked at through a microscope

Coronavirus Update 17-Mar

Coronavirus Advice & Information

Remember – Hands, Face, Space


Street Scene

Proposed radio mast!

EPC's response to the proposed radio mast for Good Intent/High Street Edlesborough


It is with great sadness that Edlesborough Parish Council hears of the death of HRH The Duke of Edinburgh. We send our deepest condolences to the Royal Family on behalf of the residents of Buckinghamshire.

The Chairman of the Council, Alan Williams, has written to The Royal Household to express our sympathies.

In line with national guidance due to the pandemic, we are not able to host and open physical books of condolence as it is not safe to do so. We would however encourage those who would like to share a message to sign Buckingham Palace’s online book of condolence.

The Parish of Edlesborough is a rural community at the eastern edge of the Vale of Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire, England which includes the villages of Northall and Dagnall as well as the village of Edlesborough itself. Since the closure of the picturesque 13th Century church of St Mary the Virgin, Edlesborough, the parish has been ecumenically linked with the adjoining parish of Eaton Bray in Bedfordshire.

Being in different counties however, the two parishes are administratively quite separate and distinct.

This is the official website of Edlesborough Parish Council and is primarily a "notice board" for Parish Council business matters. We have also endeavoured to make the site informative, interesting and - above all - easy to navigate. Please contact us on: [email protected] and let us know if you feel we are on our way towards achieving our objectives and if you can suggest any ways in which we could improve this website.