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    Councillors launch County Council Christmas present appeal for vulnerable children

    County councillors have this week launched their annual Christmas present appeal to help Buckinghamshire’s vulnerable children and young people. Council employees and county councillors will donate Christmas presents throughout December for disadvantaged and vulnerable children across the county.

    • 30.11.2017
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    Neighbours' street scheme to promote community spirit

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

    • 28.11.2017
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    Affordable alternatives to Mobile Libraries

    I know that the 511 people who have used Buckinghamshire’s mobile libraries in the past couple of years and have not visited a branch library will really value the enrichment of the library books, magazines and DVDs that our mobile library vehicles quite literally deliver.

    • 27.11.2017
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    Lord Lieutenant and Chairman welcome three new Honorary Aldermen

    Between them they have dedicated over 55 years of service to Buckinghamshire County Council and yesterday (Thursday 23 November) Margaret Aston, Avril Davies and Val Letheren were rewarded for their efforts by being appointed Honorary Aldermen of the county.

    • 24.11.2017
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    'Have your say' on the cost of Adult Social Care services

    Buckinghamshire County Council is holding a seven week consultation about the charges made for some services.

    If you, a family member or someone you care for uses adult social care services in Buckinghamshire tell us what you think  by taking our online survey here or visiting the 'Have your say' section on the this website.

    The consultation ends Friday 19 January 2017.

    • 23.11.2017
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    'Have your say' on town centre roads scheme

    Plans for a new roads scheme in High Wycombe town centre go on public display on Friday and Saturday. (November 24/25)  The proposals to convert the one-way Queen Victoria Road and Easton Street to take traffic in both directions will be on display at a drop-in exhibition in a Buckinghamshire County Council marquee in High Street, near Guildhall, from 10am to 3pm.

    • 22.11.2017
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    Council’s new speeding campaign asks ‘are you a Healthy Driver’?

    A new road safety campaign launched yesterday (Monday 20 November) by Transport for Buckinghamshire asks motorists ‘are you a Healthy Driver’?

    • 21.11.2017
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    Chairman hosts afternoon tea for platinum wedding couples

    Not everyone can boast to have something in common with HM The Queen and HRH Prince Phillip but that’s exactly what three Buckinghamshire couples can say as they all mark 70 years of marriage having tied the knot within the same 12 months as the royal couple.

    • 20.11.2017
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    "Children and families deserve the best early help we can give them"

    Cllr Warren Whyte reiterates the importance of the right early help support for children and families in Buckinghamshire.   

    • 16.11.2017

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