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    Buckinghamshire’s children in care enjoy a well-deserved celebration of their inspirational achievements

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

    • 21.08.2019
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    New date set for Wendover bypass surfacing

    The installation of a very low noise surface on Wendover bypass will be slightly delayed, Buckinghamshire County Council has announced today.

    Work on the new £1.51 million surface, funded by HS2 as mitigation for the extra noise generated by HS2 construction traffic using the road, was due to start in the August bank holiday week. However, issues relating to the availability and testing of the specialist material now means contractors will start work from 7pm on Friday, September 20th. 

    • 16.08.2019
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    Buckinghamshire celebrates A Level results

    With thousands of young people receiving their A Level and BTEC results Anita Cranmer, Buckinghamshire County Council’s Cabinet Member for Education and Skills, is taking the opportunity to send her best wishes to all students on their hard work and achievements.

    • 15.08.2019
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    No-right-turn experiment at Stocklake junction

    An experimental 'no right turn' will be introduced at the junction of Stocklake with Douglas Road and Bellingham Way, Aylesbury.

    Work to install temporary blocks across the right-turn from Douglas Road into Stocklake, new signs, and new white lines begins on Monday 19 August.

    • 13.08.2019
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    People power helps finalise road safety package for Wycombe to Aylesbury route.

    The views of more than 100 local residents have helped finalise thirteen schemes along the A4010 and A4129 to help improve road safety before HS2 construction begins.

    The £541,000 package of work, expected to be given the green light by Cabinet Member for Transportation, Mark Shaw on Wednesday (August 14th), includes upgrading existing pedestrian crossings, creating new pedestrian refuge areas, upgraded speed limit zone entry features as well as improvements to road markings, signage and road studs.

    • 12.08.2019
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    Halfway point reached on A4 shared footway and cycleway

    Work on a shared cycleway and footway along Bath Road, between Burnham and Taplow, reaches its halfway point next week (w/b Monday 19 August).

    • 09.08.2019
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    Brand new primary school will open its doors this September

    Abbey View Primary Academy in High Wycombe will open its doors for the very first time at the start of the new academic year this September.

    • 30.07.2019
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    Buckinghamshire's first satellite school ready to open in new permanent home

    The Aylesbury satellite of St Michael's Catholic School in High Wycombe is set to open its door in its new permanent home from September 2019.

    • 26.07.2019
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    Minerals and Waste Plan gets County Council blessing

    The blueprint for the future of mineral prospecting and waste management in Buckinghamshire was given the thumbs-up by County Councillors this morning (Thursday, 25 July).

    • 25.07.2019

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