Little Kingshill Village Society


Little Kingshill Village Society Web Site By Roger Fuggle


Welcome To Little Kingshill Village Society


Since the start of the pandemic, the Little Kingshill Village Society has been dormant.  Our thanks to Andrew for keeping the messaging service running.


If you wish to receive messages concerning village events and issues of interest please contact us via email on:



Production of our handbook has been suspended until further notice, although it is intended that the information that had been contained in the handbook will be included in this website.


We are now preparing to update the website for 2022.


Little Kingshill is a small village in the parish of Little Missenden in Buckinghamshire, England. It is located in the Chiltern Hills, about five miles west of Amersham, two and a half miles south of Great Missenden and four and a half miles north west of High Wycombe.

Close by are the market towns of Old Amersham, Chesham, High Wycombe and Beaconsfield.




The village society was founded in 1962 with just 30 members. Since then it has grown to serve 470 households providing a channel for the voice of the community fostering a sense of community spirit, belonging and pride