The evils of modern slavery in Buckinghamshire are about to come under the full glare of public scrutiny. County Councillors are launching an inquiry into the scale of modern slavery in Buckinghamshire and how the County Council can help tackle it.
Buckinghamshire's first satellite school - an extension of St Michael's, High Wycombe - will open in Aylesbury next year. Mike Appleyard, Cabinet Member for Education and Skills, approved the plan yesterday (Wednesday September 6).
More than 500 people have so far fed back on Buckinghamshire County Council's proposals to give Aylesbury a state-of-the-art library at a cost of £366,000. Three more exhibition events are planned, to give residents an opportunity to give their feedback.
Two volunteers are being sought to help Buckinghamshire County Council promote and maintain high standards of conduct among elected Councillors. They will work with County Council Monitoring Officer Sarah Ashmead, should a complaint be made about the conduct of a Councillor.