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For one day only.... over 300 polling stations ready for your votes

What's the connection between hundreds of schools, churches, village halls, community centres and even the odd caravan and Portakabin? The answer is that they are all being used as polling stations in the Buckinghamshire County Council elections on May 4.

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2018 Grammar School Secondary Transfer Test

Was your child born between 1 September 2006 and 31 August 2007 and do they attend a Partner or other Local Authority school?

You can register online from 8 May 2017.    

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Primary School Offers – Reception and Infant to Junior Transfer

You will be able to accept your child's school place online from 2pm on 18 April 2017

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Find out more about plans for a new single council for Buckinghamshire

We've put together a dedicated website, www.futurebucks.co.uk which explains in plain English our plans to improve local services and save taxpayers millions of pounds.

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County Council Elections – Have Your Say on 4 May

County Council elections are taking place on 4 May this year. For more information about the candidates standing in your local area visit County Council Elections 2017.

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Toddlers Painting
Burnham Library
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Learn my way
Chesham Library
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buckscc RT @CenBucksStudies: Our exhibition celebrating the 50th anniversary of Milton Keynes will be at Aylesbury Study Centre until 12th May. Che…
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buckscc We have availability for a FREE Health Check in Old County Hall (bottom of Market Square in Aylesbury) 19 May, ther… https://t.co/fDBScute46
buckscc @HerelsClaire These are managed by us, as we manage County Parks, but this money all goes into maintaining and looking after the park.
buckscc Full Bucks County Council meeting just starting. Watch online here: https://t.co/JTU00FHm3p https://t.co/S8ONSLdjwH
buckscc @HerelsClaire Hi, which car park is this? Most council car parks are run by the District Councils, and some others are privately owned.
buckscc More than 1,000 people have already had their say, have you? Let us know what you think about the future of Bucks: https://t.co/3vpbVCwpwI
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