"The Parish Council has the job of helping to maintain the village we love to live in"
Heath and Reach is a village steeped in history but with a strong and exciting future ahead of it. It allows easy access to London, Cambridge and Milton Keynes while the village retains its conservation status and historic buildings. We offer a lower school with an excellent Ofsted and generations of children have thrived as they go on high performing upper schools nearby. There is a real community feel here – the traditional village barn hosts everything from fitness classes to wine tasting. We have working quarries that double as film sets (parts of The Mummy and war dramas have been filmed here) and Bryants Lane hosts a boxing club, a fitness trim trail and all-weather courts for football and tennis.
The Parish Council has the job of helping to maintain the village that we love to live in. I hope you can take time to browse this website and see what keeps so many people here.
Richard Thyer – Chairman
Heath and Reach Parish Council.
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