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    A day of remembrance and appreciation

    On Sunday thousands of people across Buckinghamshire came out to honour and remember those who lost their lives in World War One. Amongst other events a special, free, Thank You event took place at The Gateway in Aylesbury featuring live music, stalls and displays.

    • 12.11.2018
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    Deadline approaching for budget consultation - don’t miss your chance to have your say!

    With just a few days to go before it closes, residents and businesses are being urged to have their say on the annual budget consultation survey, which closes on 14 November. The survey asks residents to tell the Council which services they value most and where they think Council spending should be focused. The information gathered from the survey is used to produce the Council’s final budget for the financial year 2019/20.

    • 06.11.2018
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    Buckinghamshire remembers – join us in commemorating the end of World War One

    This weekend marks 100 years since the end of World War One and Buckinghamshire residents are being invited to come out and show their respects for the brave generation of men and women whose lives were affected by the devastating four year conflict.

    • 06.11.2018
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    Residents urged to use their vote as by-election line-up is announced

    Four candidates will be seeking votes from more than 9,000 electors in the Aylesbury North West Division in the forthcoming Buckinghamshire County Council by-election.

    • 05.11.2018
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    'Historic day for Buckinghamshire’ as Government gives green light to unitary council

    A brand new county-wide unitary council will be established in Buckinghamshire, the Government confirmed today. The announcement by Secretary of State James Brokenshire has been hailed as a ‘truly historic day’ by County Council leader Martin Tett. The new council, which will replace the county council and four districts, will be simpler, better value and more local to Buckinghamshire communities than the current two-tier system, ultimately moving to a more sustainable future for the county.

    • 01.11.2018
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    Find a local Bonfire Night event by using our brilliant interactive map

    Use our interactive Bonfire Night map which shows all local firework displays and bonfire events across the county that we’ve been told about.

    • 01.11.2018
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    Have your say on home to school transport plans

    Planned revisions to Buckinghamshire County Council's home to school transport arrangements go out to public consultation today (Wednesday, 31 October).

    • 31.10.2018
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    Martin Tett responds to yesterday's Budget announcements

    Buckinghamshire County Council has welcomed the Chancellor of the Exchequer’s Budget yesterday. 

    "Whilst not everything that we would want, this feels like it could be a 'turning point', the first good news for local government in quite a while," said Martin Tett, Leader of the Council. 

    • 30.10.2018
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    Buckinghamshire's programme for keeping active wins national award

    Active Bucks, the physical activity programme that helps people in Buckinghamshire become - and stay - more active, has been recognised nationally by the Royal Society for Public Health in their 2018 Health & Wellbeing Awards.

    • 25.10.2018
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