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Help us plan for tomorrow's lorry traffic

Residents and businesses are being invited to help plan how to handle tomorrow's rail and road freight in Buckinghamshire.

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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 for testing by 3pm on 30 June 2017.   

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New 2017/18 Adult Learning brochure

The new 2017/2018 Adult Learning brochure is out now. Pick up your copy from your local adult learning centre or library or book your place via our website at www.adultlearningbcc.ac.uk

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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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buckscc @RichLLoyd @CllrPoll Both of them might be affected by the issues in the freight survey, even though they don't drive HGV's!
buckscc @CllrPoll You're right, it's just one element of a growing collection of issues! We will make sure our comms make an effort to stress this.
buckscc @CllrPoll Some deliveries are split between lorries (to the depot) then vans, then cars, so it is a mix!
buckscc @CllrPoll The 14% is for the percentage of all shopping that is done online, and most of that 14% is delivered at l… https://t.co/LH3rW3LgII
buckscc @CllrPoll Of course! This survey covers all freight from HGV as well as lighter vehicles, so both will be affected,… https://t.co/ery6gdKeQj
buckscc @CllrPoll Both! Most deliveries are done by lorries, via road. Sorry for being confusing!
buckscc RT @bucksccgs: Victim of domestic abuse & need help? Women’s Aid Aylesbury 01296 437777, Wycombe 01494 461367 #LDWeek17 @ThamesVP https://t…
buckscc You don't have to be a superhero to Foster, but you will be their hero. Find out about the first steps:… https://t.co/WvSdWU7XfA
buckscc @emmyloureynolds We do not yet have a firm date for the repair as we are having to have a new controller built, but… https://t.co/hpVC12vJ0e
buckscc @emmyloureynolds Transport for Buckinghamshire are working on a temporary repair and a permanent replacement of the… https://t.co/ApNNnwlsk7
buckscc @emmyloureynolds Hi, these are ours, The traffic signals on the south side of the roundabout at M40 J2, Beaconsfiel… https://t.co/ernd1Td82Y
buckscc 14% shopping is done online. Most is delivered by road. How can we plan for traffic? This survey feeds into plannin… https://t.co/YpqsuPBIi0
buckscc @emmyloureynolds Are these on the motorway? If so, we dont look after them, it would be the Highways Agency.
buckscc Lorries make up between 10% & 20% of vehicles on main roads. How can we plan for growth? Feed into our planning her… https://t.co/bgy8tVzzAU
buckscc RT @bucksccgs: No one should suffer #domesticabuse behind closed doors. We must draw attention to those suffering unnoticed #LDWeek17 https…

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