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    Could you be a good neighbour this winter?

    Looking out for neighbours who are elderly or frail is something everyone can do which can make an enormous difference to older people who may live alone, or are vulnerable in the colder winter months.

    • 08.01.2020
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    ‘Good’ Ofsted rating for Buckinghamshire Adult Learning

    Buckinghamshire Adult Learning, the main provider of part-time learning courses for adults in the county, has received a rating of ‘Good’ in a recent Ofsted inspection.

    • 07.01.2020
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    New junction improvement phases in London Road

    Further work to create better traffic flows along London Road, High Wycombe, begins on Monday (13 January) at Hatters Lane roundabout. The following Monday (20 January) improvement work starts at Rayners Avenue junction.

    • 07.01.2020
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    Repair plans for Ivinghoe canal bridge

    The 200-year-old Ivinghoe Bridge, near Cheddington, is to be repaired and strengthened following a structural review. The work, originally planned for January, has been rescheduled to start in the autumn following an ecological survey

    • 06.01.2020
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    ‘Good’ Ofsted rating for Buckinghamshire children’s home

    One of the authority’s children’s homes in Aylesbury which provides residential facilities for young people in care has been rated Good in its first Ofsted inspection.

    • 06.01.2020
  • Hospitals and A&E under extreme pressure

    In Buckinghamshire A&E at Stoke Mandeville Hospital is particularly under extreme pressure. The situation is expected to continue throughout the weekend.

    We are urging people to use hospital accident & emergency departments for emergencies only. If it is not an emergency and you are unsure what to do contact NHS 111. 

    • 04.01.2020
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    Preparation for a new roundabout at Westcott

    Preparation work for creating a new roundabout on the A41 Bicester Road at Westcott starts on Monday (6 January) and lasts for six days.

    • 03.01.2020
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    Leader’s New Year message

    'Firstly, can I take this opportunity to wish readers a very happy and prosperous new year. As we say goodbye to 2019, we remember the 80th anniversary of the outbreak of World War Two, the birth of another royal baby, the hot summer, our World Cup cricketing success (and so nearly in the rugby too!) and of course the first December general election for nearly 100 years. We also remember the two young people so tragically killed by terrorism in London during the Fishmongers’ Hall terror attack in November –a tragic loss.

    • 30.12.2019
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    Queen's honour for Buckinghamshire residents

    The Imam of Chesham, a former Thames Valley Chief Constable, and a community leader from Winslow are among 24 from Buckinghamshire who have been named in the Queen's New Year Honours.

    • 30.12.2019

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