Meadhams Farm

Reported on a Bovingdon website and reposted on OurChesham (Facebook) on 15/9/2017

“Warning: If anyone goes for walks in Ley Hill, if you go up the track by Rowan Tree Farm, as you get higher up where the concrete track goes right but the path continues up alongside the field, right there by the path is a large amount of dumped broken up wooden panels, with what looks like an asbestos filling tumbling out.
I have alerted Environmental Health at Bucks County Council and hopefully they won’t take too long to remove it because asbestos is so dangerous, my family lost two people through contact with asbestos, so best avoid the path unless you can see it has been cleared.”

Please report any such findings to the Environment Agency on the freephone number 0800 80 70 60 (open 24 hours, 7 days a week)

If you would also like to keep the Ley Hill and Latimer Parish Council informed, the contact email address is

24/7/2017:  Work has now begun at the Meadhams Farm site.  The number below should be used to report breaches of the Environmental Permit, pollution of the environment or harm to human health.

0800 80 70 60

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