Coronavirus / Covid19: 

During the present state of the virus epidemic, Downley Parish Council will not be holding any public meetings.  This will be reviewed at a later date.  Once they restart they will be advertised on the various council notice boards.  If you have any questions, please click on Downley Parish Council

  If you need help or wish to offer help, please click on Downley Community webpage

 Annual Governance Statement 2019-2020 and Accounting ~Statements

 If you wish to attend the next council meeting (24th November) then please click here for agenda and zoom link. 


The Downley Library

Downley Community Library was set up in 2004 under the umbrella of the Downley Old School Community Association.

We have an exceptional range of children's plus a full range of adult books, both fiction and non-fiction. In addition we have full broadband connection to the Internet with two computers available for use by the public for which there is no charge. Other items that may be of interest are a small stock of audio tapes and jigsaws. We also run a 'Story Time' for the Mothers & Toddlers group on Monday mornings.

We also have a printer/copier which is available for public use. Monochrome copies are 10p each and colour copies are 25p each. We can also laminate your prints up to A4 size for 75p per sheet.

Our charge for each book loan is 20p per book

Opening Times

  • Monday 10:00am to 12:00pm
  • Thursday 3:00pm to 5:00pm
  • Saturday 10:00am to 12:00pm

Location and Contact

Downley Old School Community Centre 
High Wycombe 
HP13 5TR

Tel: 01494 528133 during library open times
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Out of library hours, you may also contact the Chairperson Joan Miles on 01494 532311 or Secretary John Morris on 01494 528683.

Postal Address

Downley Parish Council
PO Box 1091
High Wycombe
HP13 5WU


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