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    Chairman arranges surprise to congratulate Lord Lieutenant

    County Council Chairman Brian Roberts arranged a special surprise to honour HM Lord Lieutenant of Buckinghamshire, Sir Henry Aubrey-Fletcher, at today's (25 July) Full Council meeting.

    • 25.07.2019
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    Heatwave - get ready for record breaking temperatures

    The heatwave continues and record breaking, temperatures are expected across the county.  Temperatures are forecast to reach the mid 30’s tomorrow; keep cool, stay out of the heat and drink plenty of non-alcoholic liquids.

    • 24.07.2019
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    Help us improve support for victims of domestic abuse and violence

    One woman in four experiences domestic violence in her lifetime can you help?
    Buckinghamshire County Council are assessing the support to residents experiencing domestic violence and need your views to help improve the services on offer.

    • 24.07.2019
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    A41 road safety improvements unveiled

    Safety improvements to roads around Waddesdon, costing around £80,000, have been completed - a joint collaboration between Buckinghamshire County and Waddesdon Parish councils.

    • 24.07.2019
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    Buckinghamshire Adult Learning Awards celebrates star learners and staff

    Winners and nominations were celebrated at the Buckinghamshire Adult Learning Awards 2019 held at the Waterside Theatre as part of the national Festival of Learning in June. 

    • 19.07.2019
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    New system will improve A41 traffic flow

    Joint statement between Buckinghamshire County Council and Taylor Wimpey North Thames: 

    A new traffic management system is being put in place at the New Road junction with the A41 in Aylesbury thanks to continuing, collaborative discussions between developer Taylor Wimpey and Buckinghamshire County Council.

    • 18.07.2019
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    Be aware of the signs of FGM and help protect local girls

    Female Genital Mutilation is illegal in the UK and we can all play a part in spotting the signs of this brutal form of abuse of girls and young women.

    • 18.07.2019
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    Chairman joins walkers to celebrate 17 years of Simply Walk

    County Council Chairman Brian Roberts joined volunteers and organisers of Simply Walk last Friday (5 July) to help celebrate the 17th anniversary of the popular health walk scheme.

    • 18.07.2019
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    Temporary lights for water main works on A355

    Work on a water main at Beaconsfield will require temporary traffic lights on the main A355 Amersham Road from 7am on Tuesday 23 July until Tuesday 30 July. 

    Lights are needed 24-hours-a-day but will be controlled manually during peak hours to try to keep traffic flowing, and minimise congestion.

    • 17.07.2019

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