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    Families in Bucks getting the right help to turn their lives around

    Families across Bucks are getting better, more coordinated, help earlier and only have to tell their story once, as the Council puts Families First.

    • 22.03.2017
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    Multi-million pound road improvements scheme launched

    Buckinghamshire County Council has announced this week (Tuesday March 22) a spend of more than £11 million in the coming year on surfacing work on over 50 miles of roads and pavements across the county.

    • 21.03.2017
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    Get news for your local area

    The March editions of Buckinghamshire County Council’s local newsletters are now out!

    • 21.03.2017
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    All aboard for the first Bernwode bus journey

    Villagers climbed aboard the Bernwode community bus for the first time last week (Wednesday March 15) on its inaugural journey to support Waddesdon Over-60s belated Christmas lunch

    • 21.03.2017
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    Two men fined for dumping set of drawers

    Melvy Prestige N’Somi (24) of Bicester Road, Aylesbury and Derek Selasenam Kojo Feyi (21) of Hillington Close, Aylesbury were convicted at High Wycombe Magistrates Court on 15 March 2017 for a fly tipping offence, after both pleading guilty.

    • 21.03.2017
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    Two men fined for dumping branches near Langley Park

    James Alan Brick (36) of Pemberton Road, Slough and Billy Jack Long (22) of Stafford Avenue, Slough pleaded guilty at High Wycombe Magistrates Court on 15 March 2017 to a fly-tipping offence.

    • 21.03.2017
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    Nursery owner fined £31,000 for waste offence

    Nursery proprietor John O'Callaghan has been fined £31,000 for breaking planning enforcement stopping him importing waste on land next door.

    • 21.03.2017
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    Inquiry on hospital discharge in Bucks presents its findings

    A new inquiry report has set out recommendations for how hospital discharge times in Buckinghamshire can be improved through a number of measures including closer joint working between health and social care teams and better sharing of information with patients and their families.

    • 20.03.2017
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    Volunteers band together to fight the flood

    When it comes to rising flood water, The Willows estate, Aylesbury, is ready to rise to the challenge. A  new detailed Deployment Plan has been drawn up to protect the 450 homes from the risk of flooding from the Stoke Brook that runs past the estate.

    • 17.03.2017

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