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    Council celebrates GCSE results in Bucks

    The waiting is finally over for thousands of young people across Buckinghamshire today (23 August), as they find out their GCSE results at long last. Mike Appleyard, Cabinet Member for Education and Skills, sends his congratulations on the students' hard work.

    • 23.08.2018
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    An ‘inspiring day’ as Buckinghamshire celebrates the amazing achievements of children in care

    More than 70 of Buckinghamshire’s children in care and care leavers have had their achievements celebrated at a special awards event. The annual event, now in its eighth year, recognises and celebrates the personal, academic and sporting achievements of the county’s looked-after children and young people leaving care.

    • 22.08.2018
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    Fly tipping in the south of Buckinghamshire

    There has been an increase in the number of fly tipping incidents across Buckinghamshire in recent weeks, particularly in the south of the county, with 27 incidents reported in the last week.

    • 21.08.2018
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    Could you help change attitudes towards mental health? Time to Change Buckinghamshire calls for local champions

    If you have personal experience of mental health problems, you could help our Time to Change campaign to tackle the stigma around mental health. Time to Change Buckinghamshire is a network of local organisations and individuals committed to tackling negative attitudes and behaviours towards people experiencing mental health problems.

    • 20.08.2018
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    Marlow Obelisk restoration works

    From the week commencing 28 August 2018 Transport for Buckinghamshire (TfB) will start work on restoration of the Marlow Obelisk.  The work will take up to four weeks.

    • 17.08.2018
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    Innovative Buckinghamshire Project shortlisted

    Active Bucks has been shortlisted for an award in the prestigious Royal Society of Public Health (RSPH) Awards, to be held in October.

    • 15.08.2018
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    First bypass roundabout to get a new surface

    The first of two roundabouts on Stoke Hammond and Western Linslade bypasses will be resurfaced at the weekend (17-20 August).

    • 13.08.2018
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    Amersham Decides! Project to help isolated residents gets biggest chunk of cash

    The votes have been counted and the result is in! The people of Amersham have chosen a home-visiting service from the local Citizens Advice Service as the project to get the biggest share of County Council cash being divided between four local initiatives – all of which benefit the Amersham community. 

    • 09.08.2018
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    Stoke Hammond and Linslade Western bypass resurfacing schedule

    Heavy equipment moves on to the Stoke Hammond and Linslade Western bypass next Monday (13 August) ready to start on an eight-week resurfacing programme. 

    Three road surfacing teams will work on the £4.5 million project, which involves closing each carriageway completely for around four weeks - starting with the Milton Keynes-bound lanes on Monday - to allow resurfacing of the road and roundabouts to be done more quickly. The Wing-bound carriageway will remain open. 

    • 06.08.2018

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