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    High Heavens household recycling centre amongst the best in the country

    High Heavens household recycling centre has been held to be one of the top three in the country in a national competition.

    • 22.05.2018
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    Roundabout unlocks economic potential at Westcott Venture Park

    A new roundabout planned on the main A41 road at Westcott will open the way for further expansion at Buckinghamshire's largest business park, and it will significantly improve how the junction operates.

    • 22.05.2018
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    Box Office Bucks!

    It has played host to Captain America, James Bond, Cinderella, Harry Potter, Robin Hood, the Cybermen, Snow White, Scrooge and Monty Python among many others. 

    Though situated in the beautiful heart of south east England, it has appeared on screen as Hogwart’s Forbidden Forest, Transylvania, Switzerland, the Crimea, the Palace of Versailles and a rebel training camp in Uganda. 

    • 22.05.2018
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    New Chairman takes the helm at Buckinghamshire County Council

    Councillor Netta Glover has been appointed as the new County Council Chairman for 2018/19 and aims to showcase the best of Buckinghamshire during her year in office. 

    • 18.05.2018
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    TfB make emergency repairs to large underground sinkhole in Marlow

    Yesterday, Wednesday 16th May, Transport for Buckinghamshire made emergency repairs to a large underground void at the junction of Dean Street and Queen’s Road, Marlow. 

    Reports were made of a small opening in the road surface which, upon investigation, was revealed to be hiding a hole of several cubic feet, exposing water pipes.

    • 17.05.2018
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    Key air quality conference takes place in Buckinghamshire

    Around 50 delegates from across Buckinghamshire have come together to talk about air quality in the county.

     

    The County and District Councils organised the joint event to get key people involved in the county’s air quality in the same room at the same time, especially those working in public health, transport and environmental roles.

    • 16.05.2018
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    Bucks will sort potholes after record winter damage, says the man at the top.

    Mark Shaw fears his photo is fixed to a thousand dartboards. 

    He’s the man in charge of more than 2,000 miles of Buckinghamshire’s roads and it’s the height of the pothole complaint season. 

    • 15.05.2018
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    Bids invited to run new Kingsbrook school

    The search is on for an organisation to run a new 420-place primary school to be built on the growing Kingsbrook housing estate to the east of Aylesbury.

    • 15.05.2018
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    Aylesbury Children's home rated 'Good' says Ofsted

    A Buckinghamshire children’s home previously judged ‘inadequate’ has been rated ‘good’ following a successful turnaround by Buckinghamshire County Council. 

    • 15.05.2018

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