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Whaddon Parish Council (WPC) represents the village of Whaddon in Buckinghamshire.  Buckinghamshire Council (BC) is the Local Authority.

The village has a population of around 400 people, with 200 dwellings. The village can be traced back to Anglo-Saxon times, and surrounding elements back to Roman settlements.

It stands close to the boundary between Milton Keynes City Council and Buckinghamshire.

Within the village there is a church (St Mary's CoE), chapel, village hall, primary school, recreation ground, allotments, village pub and numerous active groups and clubs that make use of the facilities.

The WPC is responsible or involved in:-


Recreation Ground

Street Lighting

Constable's Plot


Street Furniture

Grass Cutting, Hedging and Weed Spraying

Whaddon Quarterly Parish Magazine