Changes will be needed to the way the County Council's household recycling centres operate from April next year to make the service affordable while maintaining the quality people expect.
Schoolchildren from across Buckinghamshire have been recognised for their hard work championing local causes as part of the 2018 ‘Go-Givers Make a Difference Challenge’.
The project is child-led, so the children choose a subject they really care about and they choose it democratically.
A report into Buckinghamshire County Council’s Children’s Services published today has found that, while there is still more to be done, the Council is on the right path to improve services.
If you suffer with a common mental health issue your local library could be a great source of information and support this summer.
Libraries across Buckinghamshire have launched “Reading Well for Mental Health” – and are now stocked with a specially selected reading list.
New plans to manage parking on Buckinghamshire's streets were agreed by the County Council's Cabinet on Monday (9 July).
Transport for Buckinghamshire (TfB) are getting the gritters out of summer retirement to tackle the effect of the prolonged hot temperatures on the roads.
Private Fostering Week takes place from 9 to 13 July 2018 and is a national initiative to raise awareness about what private fostering is and the need to keep local authorities informed.
Buckinghamshire County Council is launching a new service to prevent vulnerable people in the county from becoming homeless.
Buckinghamshire Community Housing Support Service will provide support to people who are at risk of losing their home because they’re struggling to manage independently.
Government Minister Jesse Norman MP, on a fact-finding visit, cycled the length of the new Waddesdon Greenway, and discussed plans for its crossing of HS2, when it's built, with Buckinghamshire politicians