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    Transport for Buckinghamshire scoops a National Award

    Transport for Buckinghamshire (TfB) was very proud to be announced as the overall winner of the Institute of Asset Management (IAM) Global Award - “Improving Customer Service through Collaboration” at the Institute of Asset Management awards on 27 November 2019.

    • 29.11.2019
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    Bucks schools scoop national sustainable travel award

    Two Buckinghamshire schools have been awarded a national acclaim for their savvy sustainable school travel plans which encourage children and young people to walk or cycle to school.

    • 28.11.2019
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    Junction improvement work starts on the A40

    Important upgrades to two junctions along the A40 London Road in High Wycombe will be done during the next fortnight as part of a Buckinghamshire County Council plan to help reduce congestion and improve traffic flows.

    • 26.11.2019
  • Newsagent sentenced on illegal tobacco charges

    A swoop by Trading Standards officers on a newsagent's in High Wycombe found a stash of illegal tobacco in a toilet cupboard. And at Wycombe magistrates court on Wednesday (20 November) Chandrasegaram Muthaya, the proprietor of N&N News, of Desborough Road, was sentenced to a 12-month Community Order for breaching tobacco product supply and trade mark regulations.

    • 25.11.2019
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    Last chance to see Thrift Farm animals - new name and provider update

    Next weekend [30 November and 1 December] will be the last chance for families to visit the animals at Thrift Farm - before they take their usual winter break. Re-opening Easter 2020 under new management and with a new name – Thrift Activity Farm.

    • 22.11.2019
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    Young people help shape future SEND services

    Twenty eight young people aged between 11 and 18 attended a youth conference earlier this month, to give their views on current services for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) in Buckinghamshire.

    • 20.11.2019
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    Christmas present appeal for vulnerable local children is launched

    The County Council has today launched its annual Christmas present appeal to help Buckinghamshire’s vulnerable children and young people. 

    • 19.11.2019
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    Council honours fallen soldiers on 75th anniversary of their deaths

    Last weekend, County Council Chairman Brian Roberts paid special tribute to the crew of a WWII American warplane who sacrificed their lives in a deliberate move to avoid crashing into a residential area of High Wycombe and potentially killing hundreds of civilians on the ground.

    • 18.11.2019
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    Information on flooding in Buckingham

    Regular updates on the River Great Ouse are available from the Environment Agency.

    • 15.11.2019

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