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    Statement - The proposed restoration of Thorney Park, Iver.

    Commenting on the early discussions that have taken place, Cabinet Member for Resources, John Chilver said his aim was to develop restoration options for the Park that were commercially beneficial, but that also provided improvements and long-term benefits to Iver residents of all ages. 

    • 04.12.2018
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    County Council launches its Christmas present appeal for vulnerable local children

    County councillors have today launched their annual Christmas present appeal to help Buckinghamshire’s vulnerable children and young people. County Council staff and councillors are invited to donate Christmas presents throughout December; the donated presents will then be wrapped and handed over to deserving children and young people by members of the Council’s Children’s Services teams in time for Christmas

    • 03.12.2018
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    By-election result for Aylesbury North West

    Anders Christensen has been elected as the new County Councillor for Aylesbury North West division, following the by-election on Thursday 29 November.

    • 30.11.2018
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    Noise reduction options for Wendover village

    Residents of Wendover are being asked to say which noise reduction scheme they would prefer to protect the village from the sound of HS2 construction traffic.

    • 23.11.2018
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    Tribute to County Councillor Chaudhary Ditta

    Tributes have been paid today following the death of Buckinghamshire County Councillor Chaudhary Ditta, who represented the Totteridge and Bowerdean ward in High Wycombe.

    • 22.11.2018
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    Concerned about a child? Make sure you report it

    Today (Monday 19 November) is “World Day for the Prevention of Child Abuse” and Buckinghamshire Safeguarding Children Board is taking this opportunity to remind people about how to spot signs of child abuse and what to do if they are worried.

    • 19.11.2018
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    Come and foster with Bucks

    Our fostering team works hard all year round to find safe and loving foster homes for the children in our care. We have an amazing group of people who already help us look after some of these children but we need more people like them to come forward and become foster carers.

    • 13.11.2018
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    A day of remembrance and appreciation

    On Sunday thousands of people across Buckinghamshire came out to honour and remember those who lost their lives in World War One. Amongst other events a special, free, Thank You event took place at The Gateway in Aylesbury featuring live music, stalls and displays.

    • 12.11.2018
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    Deadline approaching for budget consultation - don’t miss your chance to have your say!

    With just a few days to go before it closes, residents and businesses are being urged to have their say on the annual budget consultation survey, which closes on 14 November. The survey asks residents to tell the Council which services they value most and where they think Council spending should be focused. The information gathered from the survey is used to produce the Council’s final budget for the financial year 2019/20.

    • 06.11.2018
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