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    Aylesbury Library celebrates 100 years of women in the law

    Aylesbury Library has proudly received a copy of a new book marking 100 years since the Sex Disqualification (Removal) Act was passed – allowing women to enter the same professions as men. 

    • 11.12.2019
  • Denham Country Park - HS2 enabling works

    National Grid and their contractors have begun works to relocate power lines that run across Denham Country Park in advance of building the new HS2 rail line, using powers under the HS2 Act.

    • 09.12.2019
  • Preparation work starts at Fowler Road junction

    Preparation work starts in Fowler Road, Aylesbury, on Monday (9 December) ahead of improvements to the junction approach in the New Year.

    • 02.12.2019
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    Bucks students ask 'Are You In?' to mark World Aids Day 2019

    Buckinghamshire Sexual Health and Wellbeing Service (bSHaW) have worked in partnership with students from Berkshire College of Agriculture (BCA), to produce a video to raise awareness of HIV and to mark World AIDS Day on 1 December.

     

    • 29.11.2019
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    Transport for Buckinghamshire scoops a National Award

    Transport for Buckinghamshire (TfB) was very proud to be announced as the overall winner of the Institute of Asset Management (IAM) Global Award - “Improving Customer Service through Collaboration” at the Institute of Asset Management awards on 27 November 2019.

    • 29.11.2019
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    Bucks schools scoop national sustainable travel award

    Two Buckinghamshire schools have been awarded a national acclaim for their savvy sustainable school travel plans which encourage children and young people to walk or cycle to school.

    • 28.11.2019
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    Junction improvement work starts on the A40

    Important upgrades to two junctions along the A40 London Road in High Wycombe will be done during the next fortnight as part of a Buckinghamshire County Council plan to help reduce congestion and improve traffic flows.

    • 26.11.2019
  • Newsagent sentenced on illegal tobacco charges

    A swoop by Trading Standards officers on a newsagent's in High Wycombe found a stash of illegal tobacco in a toilet cupboard. And at Wycombe magistrates court on Wednesday (20 November) Chandrasegaram Muthaya, the proprietor of N&N News, of Desborough Road, was sentenced to a 12-month Community Order for breaching tobacco product supply and trade mark regulations.

    • 25.11.2019
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    Last chance to see Thrift Farm animals - new name and provider update

    Next weekend [30 November and 1 December] will be the last chance for families to visit the animals at Thrift Farm - before they take their usual winter break. Re-opening Easter 2020 under new management and with a new name – Thrift Activity Farm.

    • 22.11.2019

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