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    New Year message from Martin Tett, Leader of Buckinghamshire County Council

    2018 was quite a year. 

    With Brexit ongoing, two Royal weddings, a pretty good year for English football and of course the ‘Beast from the East’ and the long, long hot Summer – it was certainly one to remember. 

    • 31.12.2018
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    Proposals published on changes to Bucks’ household recycling centres

    Proposals for changing the way Buckinghamshire's household recycling centres operate are to go before Buckinghamshire County Council's Cabinet for a decision on 7 January 2019.

    • 21.12.2018
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    Cressex Link improvement work scheduled

    Work is due to start by Buckinghamshire County Council in late January on improvements to the busy Cressex Link crossroads, High Wycombe.

    • 21.12.2018
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    Caring Council staff, councillors and local people donate 2,000 presents for Buckinghamshire’s vulnerable children and families

    County Council employees and councillors have joined forces with Buckinghamshire’s residents and community groups for the Council's annual Christmas present appeal. Approximately 2000 presents have been donated by Council staff, local residents and community groups from across the county, from Buckingham to Iver, which will be handed over to the children and young people’s families by the Council’s social care teams in time for Christmas.

    • 19.12.2018
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    Festive 'thank you' to Transport for Buckinghamshire staff

    Mark Shaw, Buckinghamshire County Council Deputy Leader and Transport Cabinet Member together with Paul Irwin, Deputy Cabinet Member, took time from their busy schedules to say a special 'thank you' to the Transport for Buckinghamshire (TfB) road maintenance teams during a tour of all four Bucks highway depots, finishing at Handy Cross, High Wycombe on Friday 14 December.

    • 19.12.2018
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    Help us write the next chapter for Marlow Library

    Exciting ideas for the future improvement and expansion of local services from Marlow Library are going on display over the coming weeks. 

    And residents, local organisations, businesses and groups are being invited to drop by and take a look. Library staff will be on hand to talk about the proposals and to collect ideas and suggestions to help the Council work up a final business case.

    • 17.12.2018
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    Looking to foster in 2019?

    January is the perfect time to think about starting something new – could that something be fostering? With more than 500 children currently in care in Bucks, we need more foster carers to help us look after them – could that person be you or someone you know?

    • 14.12.2018
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    Have your say on future for minerals and waste

    The blueprint for the future of mineral prospecting and waste management in Buckinghamshire gets its third airing among residents, stakeholders and operators from today (Monday, 10 December) for eight weeks.

    • 11.12.2018
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    Cabinet discussion reinforces the importance of ‘putting residents and communities at the heart of the development of the new council’

    At Cabinet yesterday (10 December), County Council leader Martin Tett spoke of the importance of ‘putting residents and communities at the heart of the development of the new council’ and taking forward the plans in the single council business case.

    • 11.12.2018

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