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    Public feedback sought on school's future plans

    New up-to-date teaching areas at Pebblebrook Special School, Aylesbury, could be created if proposals to close its boarding block next February are approved.

    • 21.09.2017
  • Advocacy Service contract announced

    Vital support for people to resolve issues or concerns about their NHS care and treatment will continue in Buckinghamshire.

    • 19.09.2017
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    Neighbours' street scheme to promote community spirit

    Neighbours on the Quarrendon estate in Aylesbury are being invited to band together street by street in a scheme to combat loneliness, isolation and develop a community where neighbours look out for one another.

    • 18.09.2017
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    Bid for Government grant for road improvements

    A bid for £2.1 million of Government funding for road improvements in Aylesbury has been made by Buckinghamshire County Council.

    • 18.09.2017
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    Select Committee probe into modern slavery

    The evils of modern slavery in Buckinghamshire are about to come under the full glare of public scrutiny. County Councillors are launching an inquiry into the scale of modern slavery in Buckinghamshire and how the County Council can help tackle it.

    • 18.09.2017
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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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