• Aims of the association

    Our focus as an active champion for Iver Heath

    Build community spirit

    Strengthen the community and help improve the local environment for residents of Iver Heath.

    Give residents a voice

    Be a strong ‘voice’ of the community, acting as an effective link between the community and major public and private sector bodies in order to affect positive change.

    Support local charitable causes

    Create social and fund-raising opportunities via a range of events, activities and initiatives.

    Keep you informed

    Keep members in the loop and up-to-date on projects that affect the Iver Heath area.

    Retain the character of our village

    Lobby against inappropriate development that is a threat to our village life.

    Our values

    Our values are to be inclusive, accessible, informative, transparent, credible and non-political.

  • Meet your committee

    Our voluntary team of local residents who make up the IHRA Committee

    Alan Wilson


    A former civil engineer and currently a maths tutor, Alan has lived in Iver Heath with his family for some 40 years.

    Maureen Davies


    Maureen and her family have lived in Iver Heath since 1977. She spent many years working with Chartered Accountants,
    as well as running her own book-keeping business prior to retirement.

    Renita Shwili

    Secretary & Marketing

    Renita's career has been in marketing and project management. She's a keen gardener and has lived in leafy Pinewood Green since 1987.

    Leigh Tugwood

    Planning, Environment & Ecology

    Leigh has worked as an architect for many years and is a member of the RIBA. Born and raised in Iver Heath, he continues to make the village his home.

    Susan Luckhurst

    Administration & Events Support

    A long-time resident of the village, Susan is one of the founder members of the IHRA committee.

    Betty Hemsley

    Clubs & Social

    Betty has lived in Iver Heath since early 1970 and has three grown-up children, two of whom also live in the village. As well as being on the IHRA committee, Betty has been the Secretary of Iver Heath Bowls Club for 9 years.

    Bhabinder Kaur Rana

    Social Media and Community Projects

    A self-employed IT project manager, Bhabinder moved to Iver Heath with her husband in 2018. Bhabinder enjoys getting involved in voluntary and local community projects in her spare time.


    A weekly online lottery supporting local good causes

    Support IHRA with a chance to win £25,000

    IHRA has been selected as one of the good causes being supported by the Buckinghamshire Lottery. We receive 50p from each ticket purchased on our page which goes towards funding initiatives such as our Air Quality Monitoring programme, events for charities like Contact the Elderly and generally helping make Iver Heath a nicer place to live for everyone.


    Tickets have a 1:50 chance of winning a prize with a jackpot of £25,000. Thank you in advance for taking part and good luck!


  • Our constitution

    Our governing charter that defines how we serve and support the community

    Download the IHRA constitution in full

    To download a full copy of the IHRA constitution, click the following link (opens in a new window - PDF format): Download the IHRA constitution

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