• news

    We're proud to foster . . . are you?

    During Foster Care Fortnight (8 to 21 May) we are celebrating the men and women who are proud to support fostering and be a foster carer and thanking them for choosing to Foster with Bucks.

    • 10.05.2017
  • news

    Walk this way

    Families across Buckinghamshire are being urged to leave the car at home and map their own route to school.

    • 09.05.2017
  • news

    County election brings out more voters

    More people turned out to vote in Thursday's (May 4) Buckinghamshire County Council's elections than in the county polls four years ago. The overall turnout was nearly 5% up at 34.8%.

    • 08.05.2017
  • news

    For one day only.... over 300 polling stations ready for your votes

    What's the connection between hundreds of schools, churches, village halls, community centres and even the odd caravan and Portakabin? The answer is that they are all being used as polling stations in the Buckinghamshire County Council elections on May 4.

    • 24.04.2017
  • news

    Your county needs you!

    The men and women of our Armed Forces give their whole lives to serving their country, protecting our nation and its people. Now is the time for you to show your appreciation and thanks for their hard work and commitment by sacrificing just a few hours of your time to help us ensure this year’s Buckinghamshire and Milton Keynes Armed Forces Day is the best one yet.

    • 24.04.2017
  • news

    County Council celebrates its Workplace Heroes

    A County Council officer who spearheaded the drive for access to free childcare has been named the authority’s Workplace Hero of the Year.

    • 18.04.2017
  • news

    Woman fined £1,800 for dumping household waste

    Householder pleads guilty after seven black sacks of waste dumped on Trenches Lane, Wexham, were traced back to her.

    • 18.04.2017
  • news

    Twenty minutes . . . to save your life

    A 20-minute NHS Health Check could save your life. That's the message from Buckinghamshire County Council to residents over 40 to encourage them to visit their doctor for a free health 'MOT'.

    • 13.04.2017
  • news

    County Council asks residents to speak out and give their views on the future of local councils in Buckinghamshire

    Residents are being encouraged to give their views on the future of local councils in Buckinghamshire.

    It comes as the government considers proposals to put the services currently split between the county and the four district councils under the control of one, Buckinghamshire-wide unitary council, or two unitary councils covering the north and the south of the county, based on district boundaries.

    • 05.04.2017

Was this page helpful?

Very poor
Neither good nor poor
Very good