Welcome to the Ballinger Community Group pages on the Ballinger village web site.

Within these pages you will find all the latest information relating to the project driven by the community to re-open The Pheasant Inn in Ballinger. The site has been reshaped recently in order to make information about the latest wave of activity more visible and easier to find.

The historical information has been moved but is still available in the archives should you wish to check any references in the current information.

The fundamental principles that governed the behaviour of this group remain intact and some specific elements, like the desire to protect the pub from future property speculation, are enshrined in the new articles of association of the company retaining the pub as an asset for the village in the long term.

We expect to see things evolve very quickly from here as we endeavour to work our way through all of the technical details again from scratch which is necessary because the regulatory framework within which we operate has changed quite dramatically.

We have strengthened the team considerably with the addition of some of our community’s best communicators to make sure that we get information to everybody that wants it as Quickly as possible.

4 Responses to Welcome

  1. Sally Hills says:

    Hello – I am the Entertainment Licensing Manager at Chebsey Law Limited in Beaconsfield and I live in Chesham and saw your article in the Bucks Examiner. If I can be of any assistance in dealing with the licensing for you (Personal Licences, Premises Licence, change in DPS etc) please do contact me. I’ll do it for free – can’t see any more pubs close!!
    Sally Hills

    • Richard Simpson says:

      Thank you very much indeed Sally. I believe we have a long way to go as this situation is not simple, but knowing that we have willing help in specialist areas is very encouraging. Thanks again and very best regards

      Richard Simpson
      Ballinger Community Group

  2. Mrs Ginny Robinson says:

    I would like to go on your mailing list and might be interested in buying a share.

    Ginny Robinson

  3. I have been tracing my ancestors and have become enthralled by my English connection. Henry Ballinger in 1659 and joined the Nailsworth Quaker meeting before he came to New Jersey in1679 has been my main connection.

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