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    Festive 'thank you' to Transport for Buckinghamshire staff

    Mark Shaw, Buckinghamshire County Council Deputy Leader and Transport Cabinet Member together with Paul Irwin, Deputy Cabinet Member, took time from their busy schedules to say a special 'thank you' to the Transport for Buckinghamshire (TfB) road maintenance teams during a tour of all four Bucks highway depots, finishing at Handy Cross, High Wycombe on Friday 14 December.

    • 19.12.2018
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    Help us write the next chapter for Marlow Library

    Exciting ideas for the future improvement and expansion of local services from Marlow Library are going on display over the coming weeks. 

    And residents, local organisations, businesses and groups are being invited to drop by and take a look. Library staff will be on hand to talk about the proposals and to collect ideas and suggestions to help the Council work up a final business case.

    • 17.12.2018
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    Looking to foster in 2019?

    January is the perfect time to think about starting something new – could that something be fostering? With more than 500 children currently in care in Bucks, we need more foster carers to help us look after them – could that person be you or someone you know?

    • 14.12.2018
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    Have your say on future for minerals and waste

    The blueprint for the future of mineral prospecting and waste management in Buckinghamshire gets its third airing among residents, stakeholders and operators from today (Monday, 10 December) for eight weeks.

    • 11.12.2018
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    Cabinet discussion reinforces the importance of ‘putting residents and communities at the heart of the development of the new council’

    At Cabinet yesterday (10 December), County Council leader Martin Tett spoke of the importance of ‘putting residents and communities at the heart of the development of the new council’ and taking forward the plans in the single council business case.

    • 11.12.2018
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    Proposed Budget plans 'keep most major plates spinning' says Council Leader

    Budget proposals which include more investment in children's and adult social care, roads and creating new school places passed their first milestone today (Monday, December 10) as Cabinet approved the Council's draft financial plan for the next four years. 

    • 11.12.2018
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    Council's Early Help consultation closes on 13 December

    It's not too late to have your say. The Early Help consultation runs until 11.00pm, 13 December 2018. Read to find out about the proposed options and how to complete our online survey.


    • 10.12.2018
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    Help Us Help You - Getting Through Winter Well

    Health and care services in Buckinghamshire take a new approach for winter 2018/19. A GP Winter Champion and a Winter System Director join forces to reduce the winter pressures that Buckinghamshire's health and social care services face every year.

    • 10.12.2018
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    The new council will ‘unlock local democracy’ for Buckinghamshire says County Council leader

    Last week, Buckinghamshire County Council met with town and parish councils to talk about how a single unitary council will improve local democracy and give town and parish councils a real opportunity to shape a more local council for the future.

    • 06.12.2018
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