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Welcome to the village website for Speen in Buckinghamshire – run by villagers for the village. To make comments on this website you will need to register first then login. (Register Here) (Log In Here).

Efforts are being made to get the Bledlow Recycling Centre opened again. Please add your voice of support to this planning application, click on this link and add YOUR comment.

Driving glove lost – see Lost & Found Section

The Playing Fields are offering a collection service for Christmas Trees (our funds are low at the moment due to the reduced funds raised at the Bonfire event this year).  Trees will be collected on the 11 January. DETAILS

SPEEN HELPING HOSPICES – Christmas Carols 2019
This year Speen Helping Hospices decided to reintroduce carol singing in the village and we would like to thank you all for your fantastic support.  We raised £771.

SPEEN FESTIVAL 2019 ran from 30 August to 15th September and was a fantastic event. Our Festival takes place every other year.

SPEEN FETE raised almost £3,000 in July 2019. We had a pirates theme and a big crowd enjoyed a wonderful afternoon.

Speen Message Board

A web based message board for Speen was set up in 2002 and is still going today. Click on this link http://speenbucks.proboards.com/ or copy the address into your address bar to access it.

Comments (1)

  • NissenSamuels


    I am trying to find out more about my parents’ whereabouts in the Second World War. My mother was twenty when her firm was evacuated to Plomer Hill House in Downley, but she spent a lot of time in Speen. It is possible that she lived there, possibly with someone called Greta who may have been originally German. She often talked fondly about Speen and she told me that it was at Speen that my father first kissed her when the bus driver told him to hurry up and kiss her as the bus needed to depart.
    I know it’s a long shot but can anyone help me?
    Came to Speen a week ago and spoke to two women in the Village Store who were far too young to remember 1941 but were otherwise most helpful.
    Here’s hoping Linda Nissen Samuels


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