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    Staff rewarded for their long service to the County Council

    Between them they have racked up over 300 years of service to Buckinghamshire County Council. From social workers to archivists and IT specialists to teaching assistants, they have each dedicated more than a quarter of a century to working in local government and yesterday (19 October) their hard work and commitment was formally recognised in a special awards ceremony.

    • 20.10.2017
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    Road schemes win £6m government funding

    Two major Buckinghamshire road improvement schemes have won £6.32 million of Government funding, following County Council bids submitted in the summer.

    • 19.10.2017
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    County says: help us plan budget priorities for next year

    People across Buckinghamshire are being asked to help the County Council make important spending decisions about next year’s budget, in a consultation launched today (Wednesday 18 October).

    • 18.10.2017
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    Over 90% of Buckinghamshire schools confirmed as Good or Outstanding by Ofsted

    More than nine out of ten Buckinghamshire schools are rated 'Good' or 'Outstanding' by the Government's education watchdog.

    • 18.10.2017
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    Celebrating siblings during National Adoption Week

    The bond we have with our siblings can be one of the most important in our lives. This year’s National Adoption Week (16 to 23 October) celebrates the unique relationship we have with our brothers and sisters and highlights the need for more adopters to help find new homes for the hundreds of siblings up and down the country who need them.

    • 13.10.2017
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    Surveillance leads to conviction for brazen fly tipping in country lane

    Fly-tipping surveillance camera leads to conviction of man who helped to empty a van-load of waste in a country lane.

    • 13.10.2017
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    Have your say on Household Recycling Centres

    Residents across Bucks are able to give their views on the Household Recycling Centres as the annual customer satisfaction survey is launched.

    • 11.10.2017
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    New gritter name was executive decision

    If you look out the window early one morning this winter, you might just see Usain Salt keeping the roads safe… This brilliantly sporting gritter name suggestion came from six-year-old Dylan Lambourne from High Wycombe,

    • 11.10.2017
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    Chairman helps raise awareness of mental health issues

    Patricia Birchley, Chairman of Buckinghamshire County Council joined staff from Wycombe Mind and students and staff from Buckingham New University today (Tuesday 10 October) to celebrate World Mental Health Day.

    • 10.10.2017

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