Is my property affected by the bedgrove agreement? Use our “quick map” to find out if the Bedgrove agreement applies to your property or download a map showing the area that covers it. St. Anne began a weekly Sunday Mass during World War II, and in 1951 a tiny building on London Road was blessed by Bishop Parker as a church. Although St. Anne`s Church was taken over by the Fathers of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, it was not canonically part of this parish until 1958. Bishop Parker laid the foundation for today`s church in 1961. The ecumenical spirit of St. Anne culminated in 1987, when Bishop Francis Thomas signed an agreement to share the premises with the Free Church. How does the Bedgrove agreement affect my property? If the agreement applies to your property, you must apply to Buckinghamshire Council for the agreement: On the Bedgrove Agreement When building permit was issued in 1959 for much of Bedgrove, the owners H C Janes Ltd and the Borough of Aylesbury entered into a contract. You can download a copy of the initial agreement and the map below. .
Aylesbury City Council operates 7 home gardens in Aylesbury; Ardenham Lane, Bierton Road, Bedgrove, Crown Leys, Old Stoke Road, Tring Road and Whaddon Chase. . Our parish consists of Our Lady of Lourdes in Bedgrove and St. Anne in Wendover. We have a parish priest who serves both churches. If a place is available, they will contact you directly to offer it and let us know. If no space is currently available, your child can be added to the list of maintained interests (waiting list) and the admissions team will inform you as soon as a place is available. . There is also a pub called `The Buckinghamshire Yeoman` in Jansel Square.  It is expected that all children with hair beyond the length of the shoulder will have tied it at all times.
To download the Allotment Matters newsletter, click here We expect all students to participate in school uniform and all uniforms to be clearly marked with the child`s name. School uniforms can be purchased at The Print Lab in Rabans Lane or Bucks School Wear Plus on Southern Road. . . .