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    Fly-tipping surveillance pays off again

    Surveillance camera evidence plays a key role in the Waste Partnership for Buckinghamshire's ongoing campaign against people who illegally dump their waste in the countryside. 

    • 14.09.2017
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    Celebrating our foster carers

    The hard work, commitment and dedication of Buckinghamshire County Council's foster carers was celebrated at a special awards ceremony and dinner on Friday evening (8 September).

    • 11.09.2017
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    Green light for first satellite school for Buckinghamshire

    Buckinghamshire's first satellite school - an extension of St Michael's, High Wycombe - will open in Aylesbury next year. Mike Appleyard, Cabinet Member for Education and Skills, approved the plan yesterday (Wednesday September 6).

    • 07.09.2017
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    More library feedback events planned

    More than 500 people have so far fed back on Buckinghamshire County Council's proposals to give Aylesbury a state-of-the-art library at a cost of £366,000. Three more exhibition events are planned, to give residents an opportunity to give their feedback.

    • 07.09.2017
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    Volunteers sought to uphold high standards

    Two volunteers are being sought to help Buckinghamshire County Council promote and maintain high standards of conduct among elected Councillors. They will work with County Council Monitoring Officer Sarah Ashmead, should a complaint be made about the conduct of a Councillor.

    • 07.09.2017
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    Gold stars for KS2 results in Buckinghamshire

    Primary school pupils and teachers in Buckinghamshire can award themselves gold stars following the publication of Key Stage 2 results by the Government last week.

    • 06.09.2017
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    Bucks Adult Learners celebrate excellent GCSE results

    Adult learners aged between 21 and 67 years old studying with Buckinghamshire Adult Learning were celebrating last week after receiving some fantastic results in the new maths and English GCSE exams.

    • 06.09.2017
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    Have your say on education and skills for children and young people in Buckinghamshire

    People are being encouraged to get involved in a consultation about education and skills for children and young people across Buckinghamshire.

    • 05.09.2017
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    Tribute to Alan Walters MBE

    Buckinghamshire County Councillor Alan Walters MBE, who represented the Beaconsfield division, has died. He was 71.

    • 05.09.2017

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