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    Weekly road surfacing update

    During this weekend and into next week (w/b Monday January 16) Transport for Buckinghamshire will be working at the following locations. The dates are subject to change at short notice, and there will be no weekend working unless shown.

    • 13.01.2017
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    Car dealership pays £3,600 over dumped engine oil

    Car dealership pleads guilty at High Wycombe Magistrates Court on 4 January 2017 to a fly-tipping offence relating to dumped engine oil.

    • 10.01.2017
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    Children's Services making 'steady progress' says Ofsted

    The County Council is making ‘steady progress’ to improve children’s social care services in Buckinghamshire and is ‘strengthening practice’, according to Ofsted in their monitoring visit letter published today (10 January).

    • 10.01.2017
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    Forum cash helping to save lives

    Buckinghamshire County Council Winslow Local Area Forum (LAF) are making the difference between life and death for just £1,000.

    • 10.01.2017
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    Schools urged to 'go green' to save energy

    Schools across Buckinghamshire are being invited to make a New Year resolution to save energy, cut carbon emissions, and save money.

    • 09.01.2017
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    Museum to host wedding fair

    Bucks County Museum in Aylesbury is hosting a wedding fair on Sunday, January 22.

    • 09.01.2017
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    Statement from Warren Whyte on Aylesbury's Garden Town status announcement

    Warren Whyte, Cabinet Member for Planning and Environment, said: “The new Garden Town status for Aylesbury is great news for Aylesbury and for Buckinghamshire. We are very pleased to be a joint partner in this Garden Town initiative and we are delighted that the bid has been successful.

    • 06.01.2017
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    Call to bring out your unsung heroes!

    With the Queen's New Year honours announcement still fresh, Buckinghamshire's Honours and Awards Committee is actively seeking the county's unsung heroes for future acclaim.

    • 03.01.2017
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    Fly tippers caught in the act by member of the public

    Two youths were fined by High Wycombe magistrates for dumping mattresses in a field after an sharp-eyed member of the public spotted what they were doing and noted down the registration number of their truck.

    • 03.01.2017
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