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Local Activities

We welcome submissions to this page. If your organisation is not listed here or if the information is out of date, please use the contact form to advise the Parish Clerk.

The Parish Council can not be held responsible for the content on external websites.


1st Lane End Scout Group

The Old School
Bullocks Farm Lane
Wheeler End
01494 880617

As Scouts, we believe in preparing young people with skills for life. We encourage our young people to do more, learn more and be more.
Each week, we give over 460,000 young people the opportunity to enjoy fun and adventure while developing the skills they need to succeed, now and in the future. We’re talking about teamwork, leadership and resilience – skills that have helped Scouts become everything from teachers and social workers to astronauts and Olympians.
We believe in bringing people together. We celebrate diversity and stand against intolerance, always.
We’re a worldwide movement, creating stronger communities and inspiring positive futures.


Cadmore End Village Hall

Cadmore End Village Hall
Cadmore End
HP14 3PJ

The Hall is adjacent to the St Mary Le Moor Church and lends itself to Weddings, Christenings and other family events/special occasions.
The Hall is adjacent to the Cadmore End Cricket Club ground and has connections with the Primary School nearby.
Available for hire daily throughout the year. The venue is ideal for a wide range of activities including meetings, talks, concerts, exhibitions, fitness groups, social events, Wedding Receptions, Pre-school /Montessori, Dancing classes, Whist, Pilates, Yoga, Tai-Chi, Bridge, Exercise classes, Art and Crammer Classes.


Elim Centre

Elim Hope Church: Lane End
Rev. Scott Pash
Tel: 01494 882587

We are a lively growing welcoming church that seeks to serve our local community. We offer Sunday services at 10:30am and we will be building new projects in the future that will be a benefit to our community.


Four End Flower Club

Pat Johnston
01628 476971

We offer the chance to watch first-class flower arrangers demonstrating their craft in a friendly relaxed atmosphere and also the chance to learn flower-arranging through classes.


Frieth Natural History Society

Mary 01494 881501
Andy 01494 881586

FNHS has three main aims: to observe, to record and to share knowledge of local wildlife.
We organise visits to nature reserves and local sites for observation and occasional conservation work parties, hold meetings including wildlife talks in Frieth Village Hall and produce a quarterly newsletter.
Membership is open to anyone who shares our aims.


Holy Trinity Church

Sheila Keatinge, 13 Slayter Road, Lane End, HP14 3JQ
01494 882437

Holy Trinity Church Welcomes you. Why not take 5 minutes from your busy life to visit the church and pray or just sit in the peace and quiet of this beautiful building. The church is open during daylight hours.


Lane End Bridge Club

Philippa Harrison
01628 488120

Lane End Bridge Club meets in the Village Hall, within easy reach of High Wycombe, Beaconsfield, Marlow and Henley.
The Club meets on Monday evenings starting at 7.30 pm and on Wednesday afternoons starting at 1.30 p.m
We ask players to be seated at least 10 MINUTES before these times.
We pride ourselves on being a friendly club, welcoming players of all standards, in particular we take pains to help less experienced players.
There is a host system so you can be sure of a game.
A prompt start, courtesy, quietness and consideration are the standards we seek to maintain at all times.
The table money is £2.50 for members and £3.50 for Non-Members.  
This includes refreshments that we are regularly told are some of the 'Best in Bucks'.

Lane End Conservation Group

Trevor Mansfield
07341 250362

We meet once a month to work on specific conservation projects, maintenance of ponds and waterways, and looking after commons and public footpaths, all in the Parish of Lane End


Lane End and District Horticultural Society


The Lane End & District Horticultural Society is a friendly local society of local gardeners and others based in the village. The Society is run by a committee drawn from the village and the wider district.

We hold our annual show for flowers, vegetables, handicrafts etc in the Lane End Village Hall - usually on the second or third Saturday in August.  

Everyone’s welcome to come and see the produce on display and/or to exhibit their own entries. You never know, you may win Best in Show!

Details of how to take part as an exhibitor or as a visitor can be found in our Show Schedules and Entry Forms, which are available in shops around Lane End and on our website from July onwards each year.

We look forward to seeing you at our next show.

Lane End Evening WI

President Ann Carter 01494 881987. 
Secretary Margaret Croxson 01494 883612

We hold a varied programme of talks & outings & offer a friendly welcome to anyone who would like to come along.  Just come as our guest for the evening


Lane End Junior Youth Club

Mark Lockwood
07787 402636

Lane End Youth Club runs every Wednesday term time 6 pm-8 pm @ the Lane End Youth & Community Centre. This is a Junior Club for boys and girls aged 7 yrs-11 yrs. Lots to do and open to any new ideas that parents or children might want within the club. Entry to club costs £1 per session and we have a tuck shop for children to buy drinks and sweets.


Lane End Players

Membership - Georgie Brooks, 01494 483359
Box Office  -   Ritch Tysoe, 01494 880662

LEP is a friendly drama group with a good local reputation and award-winning performances. We welcome new members both onstage and offstage and rehearse on Thursdays and Sundays.

Lane End Twinning Association

Tom Willett
Denham Farm
Bullocks Farm Lane
Wheeler End
HP14 3NQ

01494 882221 / 07879 841474

Lane End is twinned with St Pierre d’Oleron on the West coast of France - we aim to promote the relationship between Lane End and St Pierre through social, cultural and business links between our two communities.


Lane End Village Hall

Finings Road, Lane End, Bucks, HP14 3EY
Margaret Croxson - Booking Clerk
+44 7817 414094

A large hall, with large kitchen and disabled facilities; a small annexe off this hall; a self contained room with its own kitchen and toilets, catering for smaller groups.


Lane End Youth and Community Centre

Edmonds Rd, Lane End, High Wycombe HP14 3EJ

Emma / Charmaine

Lane End Youth and Community Centre was established in 2004 to provide a focal point for community activities in Lane End. We now have something going on EVERYDAY at the Centre.
The centre can also be hired for private bookings at affordable rates. The Centre is a fantastic spacious bright versatile building, with the bonus of a fully equipped kitchen, come and see for yourself, pop in


M40 Chilterns Environmental Group

M40CEG was set up in 2004 by local people in an effort to reduce intrusion of traffic noise from the M40 on the lives of people who live close to the road in Lane End and elsewhere between Loudwater and Milton Common.  In the 14 years of our existence we have seen Quiet Surface installed on a long stretch of the road in South Oxfordshire and, last year, we were successful in having eight large noise barriers erected at the larger communities that suffer from traffic noise – including one at Lane End.  This year, LECG will plant a belt of trees at the motorway boundary below the playing fields, with funding from WDC.  This project was initiated by M40CEG.  When mature the trees will reduce visual intrusion, and hopefully also provide a degree of noise reduction.  

We welcome ideas and support for further activities that would similarly benefit our community
Moorend Common

Katy Dunn (voluntary warden), Aldersyde, Finings Road, Lane End, HP14 3EY
01494 883883

Moorend Common is an area of woodland and meadow owned by Lane End Parish Council and has an unusual combination of woodland, meadows with acid grassland, and marsh. It’s a beautiful area for walkers to explore.


Simply Walk

Teresa Heir

01494 881170

We meet once a month to work on specific conservation projects, maintenance of ponds and waterways, and looking after commons and public footpaths, all in the Parish of Lane End


Wycombe District Neighbourhood Watch Association

Wycombe District Neighbourhood Watch Association is the umbrella group for the development and enhancement of Neighbourhood Watch in the Wycombe District.  We have about 650 schemes run by 1,100 Co-ordinators in this area.  Our ambition is to make people more aware of what they can do to prevent the common crimes both as individuals and collectively as groups of households


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