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    Chairman's events help celebrate Commonwealth Day

    Monday 12 March marked Commonwealth Day, a day dedicated to celebrating the unique family of nations across the globe that make up the Commonwealth. To mark the event, in Aylesbury town centre, County Council Chairman, Patricia Birchley raised the Commonwealth flag and then went on to host a Big Lunch event for invited guests at the Judges Lodgings.

    • 13.03.2018
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    Packaging label leads investigators to fly tip culprit

    A tell-tale packaging label on household rubbish dumped in Alderbourne Lane, Fulmer, led fly tipping investigators to 29-year-old Ionut Cristian Ocnaru. He was fined £615 and ordered to pay £300 costs by Wycombe magistrates.

    • 13.03.2018
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    Government announcement on changes to local councils is great news for local residents and businesses’ says County Council Leader

    The County Council welcomed today’s announcement from government that it is ‘minded’ to implement, subject to Parliamentary approval and further discussions, the locally-led proposal to replace the existing five councils across Buckinghamshire with a single council for the area.

    • 12.03.2018
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    National CSE Awareness Day - helping to keep children safe from exploitation

    Pledge your support and know the signs of abuse to help keep all children safe against child sexual exploitation – that’s the call from Buckinghamshire's Safeguarding Children Board to mark National CSE Awareness day on Sunday 18 March.

    • 12.03.2018
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    Restoration plans to revitalise country park

    Plans to revitalise the under-used Thorney country park, have been given the go-ahead by Buckinghamshire County Council's Cabinet

    • 05.03.2018
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    Have your say on the future for minerals and waste

    A revised blueprint for the future of mineral prospecting and waste management in Buckinghamshire gets its second airing among residents, stakeholders and operators.

    • 05.03.2018
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    Historic Aylesbury Crown Court closes its doors for last time

    From petty criminals to cold-blooded killers, Aylesbury Crown Court has seen its fair share of gruesome and notorious cases over the years. However, the pounding of the judge’s gavel hammering down in judgement on those stood in the dock is a sound that will no longer be heard as the court has closed its doors for the last time.

    • 05.03.2018
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    TfB and Wycombe DC join forces to rescue expectant mums

    Transport for Buckinghamshire responded to a call for help this morning from their colleagues at Wycombe District Council housing department. Residents at Saunderton Lodge, WDC’s emergency accommodation on the outskirts of town, were snowed in – and three women at the lodge had gone into early labour.

    • 02.03.2018
  • TfB Update, 4pm - March 2: Freezing rain threatens further ice

    Buckinghamshire is currently being hit by sleety freezing rain which has the potential to turn untreated surfaces icy quite quickly. 

    Although the majority of main roads remain open, all routes are difficult and with continuing heavy snowfall conditions are only going to get worse through this afternoon and evening.

    • 02.03.2018

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