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    Apprentices shine bright at celebration event

    They may just be setting out on their journeys into the world of work but already these Buckinghamshire County Council apprentices are shining bright and yesterday their efforts and achievements were recognised in a celebration event at County Hall.

    • 14.12.2017
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    Cycleway will reach Buckingham town centre

    The successful cycleway along the A413 Buckingham Road will soon reach the town centre. Plans have been drawn up to extend into Buckingham the shared footway and cycleway, linking Winslow with the outskirts of the town.

    • 13.12.2017
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    Volunteer response drivers help the snowbound

    Twenty volunteer drivers from the Bucks and Oxon 4x4 Response Group (BORG) worked for almost 18 hours on Sunday to reach housebound vulnerable people in Buckinghamshire.

    • 11.12.2017
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    Household recycling centres provide top quality service, say local residents

    The results are in for Buckinghamshire's annual user survey of the County Council's household recycling centres, showing a very high level of satisfaction by more than 2,500 residents who responded.

    • 11.12.2017
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    Road teams in action to keep traffic flowing in Bucks

    Over last 24 hours Transport for Buckinghamshire has spread approximately 850 tonnes of salt over 7,000 km of road, through five gritting runs and continuous 'snow route' (that's all A and B roads) treatment in the south of the county.

    • 10.12.2017
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    Fake goods warning as market trader is sentenced

    Trading Standards are warning people to be vigilant for fake goods as the Christmas spending spree hots up. Counterfeit products, they say, are generally poor quality, don't meet safety standards, and could be dangerous.

    • 08.12.2017
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    Bath Road travel scheme one step closer

    Proposals for a new sustainable travel scheme in Taplow came one step closer this week.

    • 08.12.2017
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    We've got your winter survival advice kit ready to unwrap

    With the tell-tale signs of winter already here, the County Council and local NHS Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) have issued an 'all you need to know' web-based guide to staying safe and healthy over the coming months.

    • 05.12.2017
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    Have your say on link road plans

    County Council Deputy Leader Mark Shaw wants more residents and motorists to feed into the debate about the proposed South East Aylesbury Link Road.

    • 04.12.2017

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