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    Early Years team wins national honour

    The Early Years Team at County Hall have won national honour this week (Monday 25 June) for their work in coping with a huge increase in demand for child care across Buckinghamshire.

    • 26.06.2018
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    Celebrating our armed forces both past and present

    They devote their lives to protecting us and tragically some make the ultimate sacrifice in war zones across the globe but their names and actions are never forgotten. Every June Buckinghamshire County Council raises a flag to celebrate Armed Forces Day, in honour of the men and women from Buckinghamshire who have served in the armed forces both past and present.

    • 25.06.2018
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    Improved access to your GP? Please let us know your views

    For us to be able to improve the access patients have to General Practice we would like to hear the views of the public and patients. Please let us know what you think by completing our short survey.

    • 22.06.2018
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    Public asked for views on second A413 cycleway extension plan

    Plans for a new shared cycle and walkway to serve two Buckingham schools will be officially put to the public on Friday, 22 June.

    • 21.06.2018
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    Councils rise to challenge of Clean Air Day

    Thursday 21 June is Clean Air Day. It’s an ideal moment to pause and think about the impact of air pollution on our health, what we might do to tackle it, and how we can spread the word about its dangers.

    • 20.06.2018
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    Suspended jail sentence for illegal tobacco offences

    A Trading Standards operation in High Wycombe resulted in a seizure of cigarettes and tobacco worth around £2,500, which landed Chandrasegaram Mughaya before Wycombe magistrates on Wednesday (13 June).

    • 19.06.2018
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    Action plan to manage county's lorry traffic

    A four-year action plan has been launched to look in detail at ways to solve lorry hotspot problems and better manage freight around Buckinghamshire's roads.

    • 19.06.2018
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    Chairman hosts receptions to thank County Council volunteers

    From the individuals who readily give up their time to help conserve valuable archives, to the men and women who devote long hours to supporting families going through education appeals, Buckinghamshire County Council is privileged to have such a large group of hard working and dedicated volunteers. Earlier this month, Chairman, Netta Glover, held two receptions to formally thank them.

    • 19.06.2018
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    Which of these Amersham projects should get the most money – you decide!

    Four fantastic Amersham projects have reached the final of ‘Amersham Decides’ – a competition where local people vote on how much Buckinghamshire County Council funding the schemes will each get.

    • 12.06.2018

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