Local Information

Worminghall’s amenities and activities revolve around the Village Hall and its many clubs, the Clifden Arms, hosting a variety of special events, and the Church.

Further amenities – from school to football clubs – are within easy reach in local towns and villages.

If you’d like your business listing – at very reasonable rates – please contact the webmaster.

Local publications

  • Bernwode News: the parish magazine covering the wider Bernwode area, £12 for annual subscription, contract TerryMerry50@gmail.com
  • Thame Out: What’s On

Pre-school

 In Oakley, Wheatley and Thame

Search https://www.childcare.co.uk/

Schools

Find the nearest

Bucks Performance Tables

Able and Disabled

Thomley – a place for people of all abilities and disabilities

an exceptional resource on our doorstep

Local transport

Local shopping

  • Ickford (1.5 miles) : Shop and Post Office, 01844 339256
    51A Sheldon Rd, Ickford Village HP18 9HY            
  • Waterperry (2 miles) : garden centre, farm shop and café
  • Wheatley (3.5 miles) : Asda, Costcutter and Co-operative, bakery and café along with hairdressing, farm shops and building materials.
  • Thame (6 miles): Waitrose, Sainsbury, Coop, M&S Simply Food
  • Oxford and Aylesbury : 10-15 miles

Local sports clubs and facilities

Walks and Ramblers

Bucks Council, Bernwood Way Walks

Thame & Wheatley Ramblers

All Trails local walk

Footpaths

Worminghall footpaths

Bucks Public Rights of Way

Bernwood Jubilee Maps

Bernwood GPS Maps

Footpath Maps

Ordnance Survey tips

Cycling

Oxford to Chesham, National Cycle Route 57

OS map of Route 57

12 routes around Ickford

Bernwood by Bicycle

Nature

Berks, Bucks & Oxon Wildlife

Worminghall Nature’s News

NB Wornal Velo Café in the Village Hall on Saturday morningsthe place to meet.

Floods

Whilst the village is not particularly susceptible, access roads – from Wheatley and Thame – are prone to floods – check local conditions on the Gov map.

Police

WaddesdonNHPT(at)thamesvalleypolice.uk or report an incident on the website www.thamesvalley.police.uk

Dear Resident,

 We are just checking in to say hello!

We are your local Police Neighbourhood Team and we patrol this area regularly on foot or by vehicle.

 If you have an issue that you think is a concern and the police should know about it, you can contact the team as below. Also, if you would like to receive messages about what is going on in your neighbourhood you can receive Thames Valley Alerts to your device