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    Council embraces national Recycle Week

    The theme of this year's Recycle Week, taking place between 23 and 29 September, is to encourage local people to take recycling into their own hands and do whatever they can to protect the environment.

    Fully supported by Buckinghamshire County Council, next week's national campaign aims to build on the growing awareness and importance of protecting our fragile environment by encouraging people to recycle more than ever before.

    • 19.09.2019
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    Transport for Buckinghamshire and Councillor Alex Collingwood working with Marlow Town Council to protect the iconic Marlow Suspension Bridge

    From Monday 23rd September 2019 Transport for Buckinghamshire (TfB) will be carrying out further work investigative work on the Marlow Suspension Bridge, working alongside Councillor Alex Collingwood and in collaboration with Marlow Town council and the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead. 

    • 19.09.2019
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    Chairman gets hands on supporting local charities

    County Council Chairman Brian Roberts rolled up his sleeves and got stuck in helping to promote the good work carried out by charities Child Bereavement UK and Parkinson's UK at Aylesbury's Waterside Festival last weekend.

    • 19.09.2019
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    Community begins to sign up for free flood prevention

    Forty people in the small community of residents and businesses in the historic old town of Chesham have signed up to have their properties protected from flash flooding.

    • 17.09.2019
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    Wendover bypass surfacing starts on Friday

    A two-week programme laying a very low noise surface on Wendover bypass starts at 7pm on Friday (September 20) with a weekend closure for preparation work, until 6am on Monday.

    • 17.09.2019
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    Bright future for Thrift Farm - new provider named

    Following a full public consultation Buckinghamshire County Council is pleased to name a joint venture between Kids Play and Mead Open Farm as the new provider for services at Thrift Farm.

    • 17.09.2019
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    Veteran Geoffrey hailed a scam-busting hero

    A community volunteer who has tirelessly dedicated his free time to raise awareness and protect his community from scams, has received a Chartered Trading Standards Institute (CTSI) Brian Smith Hero Award.

    • 16.09.2019
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    Kerbing makes experimental right-turn ban clear

    Concrete kerbing and clearer signs have been installed to strengthen the right-turn ban at the Stocklake-Douglas Road junction in Aylesbury.

    • 16.09.2019
  • Update on home to school transport

    Information on introduction of replacement temporary bus passes, school transport contracts renewals and arrangements for issue of permanent bus passes.

    • 13.09.2019

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