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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
A history of The Lee Part 11:
The Future of The Lee

newsletter
Playground renovation appeal
Great stocking filler...
Chiltern Ridges News
Roving record!
Christmas @ The Shop
Swan Bottom Ladies go to Oxford
Gordon Cumming
Lee Common School
HS2: The truth behind the labour U-turn
Ladies who lobby
Remebrance Day
Bonfire and fireworks
Bookworm
Sunday School at The Lee
Regards to Mavis
Talking Rubbish!
Small beginnings
by Revd David Burgess

Silent night, Holy night
The Lee WI
Picture of the Month:
Roving Supper sets new record!

Leeside Nursery

November
Editorial
Your Letters
A history of The Lee Part 10:
Modern times

newsletters
HS2 - Solidarity Walk
Village Choir
HS2 - The long haul
Here they come a-waissailing
Out of the Blue
Allotments
Visitors from Fromelles
Scouts and Cubs
In Memoriam by Revd David Burgess
Leeside Nursery
Thames Valley goes live with 101
Lee Cricket Club
Bookworm
Ian Rennie Hospice
Kings Lane Story
Diamond Jubilee Beacon

Chiltern Ridges report
Bonfire night and fireworks
Picture of the month:
HS2 walk to The Lee

Baptism of Romilly Sampson

October
Editorial
Your Letters
A History of The Lee Part 9:
The Liberty Influence

newsletters
Sure Start
By Revd David Burgess

Planning Strategy for The Lee
A concert for Katate
The Lee WI
HS2: Action stations again
Bookworm
Lee Common School News
The LeeWay makes 100
Living Faith
Beavering about
Ballinger Village morning
Muzak while you shop
The Lee Flower Show
Not too hasty
Roving Supper
Trouble down the lane
Picture of the month: HS2 protesters
at the House of Commons

Off-road Cycle Tour No 18

September
Editorial
Your Letters
A History of The Lee Part 8:
Fromelles - 1916

newsletter
HS2: we've won the battle...
but not the war!

Who's who on the Parish Council
Chiltern Ridges News
Future bright for new-look Parish shop
Concert catches last of summer
Allotments up for grabs
In memory of Gordon Cumming
All change for local Brownies
Early signs of Autumn abound
Please do your bit for Leeway
Give it a go!
Lee Flower Show 2011
Old Church Trust Quiz
Leeside Nursery
Welcome return for local diva
Rain fails to stop play at village Fete
Bookworm
How The Lee Forum can work for you
Season brings mixed fortunes
Picture of the month:
Refurbished Shop staff!

The Lee WI

July
Editorial Your Letters
A History of The Lee Part 7: Non-conformist Lee
newsletter
HS2 Update
Help us celebrate our centenary
Chiltern Ridges News
The highlight of the summer
(The Flower Show and Dance)

Living with failure:
Revd David Burgess

Bookworm
Sounds of Summer
The Lee Cricket Club
Leeside Nursery
The Lee WI The Leeway Support Group
The Summer Barbecue at Rodwells
From the heart
NGS Open Gardens


Picture of the month:
HS2 - Now is the time!



June
Editorial
Your Letters
A history of The Lee: Part 6 (Cont'd)
newsletter
Royal Wedding Fever
Jubilee Tree
HS2 Update
The LeeWay
'A final meeting' by Revd Burgess
Probably the highlight of the summer season!
Possibly the highlight of the summer season!
Chiltern Ridges News by Cllr Tricia Birchley
Centenary Celebrations at St John the Baptist
Lee Common School News
Ridgeway Chorale Concert
Lee Common Scout Group
With a little help from My friends...
The Lee WI
'What will it take' by Reina Free
Leeside Nursery
Working for a better Chesham
Community Church meeting
The Lee Flower Show Dance
Picture of the month:

Parish Hall garden gets good use

May
Editorial
Your Letters
A history of The Lee: Part 5
The 'New' Church

newsletter
All systems go for The Lee Fete
HS2: time to turn the screw
An end in sight:
By Revd David Burgess

Leeside nursery
Centenary Celebration
Bookworm
Church concert puts fizz into summer
Raising funds for wildlife
Church hosts glittering event
Plant seeds for Flower Show
George De Burgh-Thomas
Get jumpin'!
Put your faith in prayer tree
Lee cricketers limber up
We are all one world now
Hall garden gets a make-over
The Lee WI
Rifle club still firing on all cylinders
Chiltern Cats Protection
Picture of the month:
Leeside Easter

Council is all of a twitter

April
Editorial
Your Letters
HS2 Update
newsletter
Chiltern Ridges News
An Inspector calls!
Clerk's Corner
Lee Common School News
Centennial Beating of the Bounds
Leeside Nursery School
Easter Joy
The Lee Cricket Club
Bookworm
The Lee Flower Show
Rubbish Adventure
The Lee WI
Summer Barbeque Update
Card from Frank
Citizen's Advice Bureaux
The many beauties of Spring
The Lee under siege
The Chiltern Society
The-Lee Church Fete
Picture of the Month
Marking the bounds

Your Royal Wedding invite

March
Editorial Your Letters
A History of The Lee (Pt 3)
16th-19th Century

newsletter
Chiltern Ridges HS2
Action Group

A History of The Lee (Pt 4)
The 1911 Parish

The-LeeWay: a new
voluntary care group

Bookworm
The Lee W I
Lee Common School
Do you have green fingers?
Frank your Postie
Family Quiz for Charity
Rubbish Time!
Kings Lane...
Summer Barbeque
NGS Open Gardens
Telephone in Kings Ash and
Swan Bottom

With a little help from
my friends

A gem of an evening
The Lee Forum
The Lee Flower Show



February
Editorial
Your Letters
A History of The Lee (Pt 2)
newsletter
Save our village (from HS2)
Bookworm
Your chance to beat the bounds
Choir brings Christmas Cheer Leeside Nursery
Lee Common School
The Lee W I
Fayrfax makes felicitous return
Lee (g)literati out in force
In the bleak mid-winter
Rare birds grace The Lee
Oldies step up to the crease
Sunday School
Rural roads should see improvement
Scouts are on winning form
Roving supper
It's goodbye from me...
... and goodbye from him

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