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    Can you help a child or young person in need?

    Juliet Cleverdon from Calvert is proud to foster with Buckinghamshire County Council. Over the past 30 years Juliet and her husband Charlie have fostered countless children. “I just love every bit about fostering and I don’t know what I would do without it,” said Juliet.

    • 17.05.2017
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    Sir Jackie Stewart backs dementia initiative in Wendover

    Formula One racing legend Sir Jackie Stewart OBE has thrown his support behind a new initiative to make Wendover more dementia-friendly.

    • 15.05.2017
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    Roads and pavement surfacing programme

    Road and pavement surfacing will be carried out this week by Transport for Buckinghamshire at 11 locations across the county.

    • 15.05.2017
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    Bikers – learn the skills that may save your life this summer

    Whether you ride a superbike, classic or tourer; if you live or ride in Buckinghamshire you can take part in a 2017 Be a Better Biker assessment day. 

    • 12.05.2017
  • Crackdown on doorstep rogues

    Doorstep scammers and rogue traders in Buckinghamshire were targeted during a joint Trading Standards and Police crackdown on Wednesday (May 10).

    • 12.05.2017
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    We're proud to foster . . . are you?

    During Foster Care Fortnight (8 to 21 May) we are celebrating the men and women who are proud to support fostering and be a foster carer and thanking them for choosing to Foster with Bucks.

    • 10.05.2017
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    Walk this way

    Families across Buckinghamshire are being urged to leave the car at home and map their own route to school.

    • 09.05.2017
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    County election brings out more voters

    More people turned out to vote in Thursday's (May 4) Buckinghamshire County Council's elections than in the county polls four years ago. The overall turnout was nearly 5% up at 34.8%.

    • 08.05.2017
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    For one day only.... over 300 polling stations ready for your votes

    What's the connection between hundreds of schools, churches, village halls, community centres and even the odd caravan and Portakabin? The answer is that they are all being used as polling stations in the Buckinghamshire County Council elections on May 4.

    • 24.04.2017

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