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The Newsletter is published 10 times a year and distributed free within the Parish. We welcome all letters and articles of general interest and relevance to The Lee. The views expressed are not necessarily those of the Editor.
Copy should be sent by the 12th of the previous month to the Editor.
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December
Editorial
Your Letters
Lee Common School
newlstter
Clerk’s Corner
Leeside nursery
A history of The Lee - Part 1
The Lee WI
A winter's tale
Beavers about
Betty Fowler - a tribute
Calling all past Rainbows and Brownies
Carols and canapes
Cricket in Sri Lanka
Christmas is coming to the Shop
Look to the skies
In our place - Revd David Burgess
Neighbourhood policing
No dampener on fireworks
The march of civilisation
Lee Parish HS2 Meeting
Voluntary Care
The Lee race to infinity
Thousands at Grear Missenden Rally

Picture of the month:
Lest we should forget...

The voice of middle England

November
Editorial
Your Letters
Vacancy at Ballinger Hall

newlstter
Clerk’s Corner
Birthday bash for parish gent
Keep saying 'No to HS2'!
Bookworm
Much more than a Harvest Festival
Off Road Cycle Tours No 17:
The Chiltern ride

Sharing the load among the parishes: Revd David Burgess
Cricket Club glories to come
Remember, remember!
All-singing, all-dancing
Swan Bottom ladies

Get Christmas festivities
off on right note

Flower Show in the fall
Glasses raised to wine expert
Lee Common School
Millennium Diary revisited: 10 years on
Leeside nursery
New kind of music is force for healing
Special places of mystery
Cream teas the best yet
Donors defy the elements
The Lee WI
Picture of the month:
Men of The Lee




October
Editorial
Your Letters
What to do about HS2?
newsletter Clerks Corner
Charlie's big tent
Chiltern Ridges news
Lee Common School
Isn't science wonderful? Part 2
The Lee Cricket Club
Harvest Festival
My War
Flower Show goes global!
Excelling in Edinburgh
All things bright and beautiful
Abbeyfield Christmas Opera Feast
Bookworm
Annual Newsletter Dinner
Bucks debate continues
The Lasenby Connection
Church keys
The Lee WI
Roving Supper

Picture of the month:
Sunflowers



September
Editorial
Your Letters
A five-fold celebration
newsletter
Clerks Corner
A fond farewell to Ivor
What will 'Big Society' mean for you?
Flower Show bears fruit
Fête accompli
Floral Festival gets final touch
All that jazz
Lee Common School
What lessons from HS1?
Leeside nursery
HS2: Help for those hit by blight
 Mayor for a day
It's goodbye to all that
Red Cross gets record response
Lee clubhouse
This was a day to remember
The Lee WI
So you know your wines
Wanted: School Governor!
Off Road Cycle Tour
Support this worthy cause
Shop goes local
Picture of the month:
Commemoration of Fromelles

New leader for the Beavers

July
Editorial
Your Letters
HS2 to stop at The Lee?
newsletter A fairy story for our times
HS2: window of opportunity
A village life in flowers
HS2: time to take it to the top!
Ballinger Cymdeithas Garddwriaethol
HS2: Déjà vu encore
Shop and work @ The Lee
Lee Common School
Emma in Mexico
Leeside Nursery News Not so 'Jolly Bee'
Morris Men @ The Old Swan
The Lee WI
The Lee Cricket Club
Open gardens a great success -
and no rain!

Where did they come from?
The Lee Flower Show & Dance
Thought for the month
Revd David Burgess:
Got it? Use it!


Picture of the month:
Open gardens



June
Editorial
Your Letters
Clerk's Corner
newsletter
HS2 Update
A heroic effort
All the fun of the Fete
How the other half gardens
The Lee Cricket Club
Peace and quiet:
Reina Free

The Lee Youth Centre:
Millennium Diary Revisited

The Chilterns Cycleway
The Lee Flower Show
Volcanic ash or social cost?
Mardi Gras party of the year
Lee Common School
Chiltern Ridges news
You too can walk the Chiltern Way
Fostering
 Caribbean Extravaganza
Ballinger Horticultural Society
Annual Quiz

Thoughts for the month
Revd David Burgess:
Interesting times

Ladies Evening
Picture of the month:  HS2 surgery
Cream teas

May
Editorial
Your Letters
HS2: Who's doing what?
newsletter
Exceptional Hardship Scheme
Clerk's Corner
Blooming success
Jazz in the garden
The Lee W I
Lee Common School:
Reminders

Enter a garden desiner's world :
The Lee Old Church Trust

Cream teas at The Lee
All hands on deck for the Fete
The Lee Cricket Club
The Old Cock and Bull
Leeside Nursery
Put on your dancing shoes
National Garden Scheme
The Lee Flower Show
Quizzical-Lee!
The Day Watson Trust
Reina Free:
How dare they!!!

Picture of The Month:
Nets!!!

Revd David Burgess:
Compassion and Forgiveness

 
April
Editorial
Your Letters
Tales from the Amazon jungle (Pt 2)
newsletter
High Speed Rail proposals
Litter picking morning
Abbeyfield Art Fest
Free fire safety checks
Chiltern Way
Lee Common School
The Lee W I
A family of shopkeepers
One for the Diary: The Lee Fete
Chiltern Ridges Division
Great British Fish and Chip Supper
The Lee Flower Show
Quizzical-Lee! 'W X Y Z'
Revd David Burgess:
Stop at the cross

Reina Free:
Little things mean a lot

Picture of The Month:
Red Kites



March
Editorial
Your Letters
Revd David Burgess:
You can't put God in a box

Clerk's Corner
Tales from the Amazon jungle
Eager Beavers needed now!
Box yields treasure trove
County matters:
Tricia Birchley

Greens must go extra mile
Payback time @ the Shop
Welcome pack
Parish Hall goes for growth
Dressing down for Tesco
Why not sign up for the Forum?
It's a rough old world out there
The Lee W I
Walkies in the name of charity
Open gardens
Reina Free:
Mopping with the tap running

Leeside Nursery
Lee Common School
Quizzical-Lee! 'U V'
Picture of The Month:
Shopping in Style!!!!

February
Editorial
Your Letters
Revd David Burgess:
Lent encountert

Clerk's Corner
He's behind you!!!
Nordic pole walking
Carols at The Lee Old Church
Chiltern Ridges News
News Year's Eve extravaganza
There's nothing to worry about
A village life in flowers
A parliament of owls
Newsletter Annual Dinner
A tribute to Barbara Nelson
Canopes and carols
The Lee W I
Snow dog walking Quizzical-Lee! 'T'
Reina Free:
A cathedral in the snow




Picture of The Month

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