Flood procedures

Be flood aware. Find out when floods are forecast and what to do #Prepare.Act.Survive.

Flood risks in your area, and what to do in a flood.




Council honours fallen soldiers on 75th anniversary of their deaths

Last weekend, County Council Chairman Brian Roberts paid special tribute to the crew of a WWII American warplane who sacrificed their lives in a deliberate move to avoid crashing into a residential area of High Wycombe and potentially killing hundreds of civilians on the ground.

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Help us test our new website

We are looking for local people to give us feedback on the design and usability of our new unitary website. If you live in Buckinghamshire and you're willing to help us, please sign up using the link above.

Delivering the new Buckinghamshire Council

From 1 April 2020, a new single, county-wide unitary council will be created in Buckinghamshire.

Keep up to date with the latest news on the Shadow Authority website or on twitter @DeliveringBucks.

Have your say

We value your ideas and comments and we want to ensure you have the opportunity to express your views, participate in making decisions and are more involved in shaping the services we provide.

Starting school or moving up to junior school in September 2020

If your child is due to start school for the first time, or is moving up to junior school, in September 2020 and you live in Buckinghamshire, you can apply for their school place online.

The application deadline is 3pm on 15 January 2020.

Adult Learning’s new part-time course brochure is now available

You can pick up your free copy from your local library or adult learning centre and enrol via their website.

Adoption information event

Come along to one of our adoption information events and find out more about adopting through Buckinghamshire County Council. All are welcome to come whatever stage you are at.

Book here


Coffee morning
High Wycombe Library
10:30am to 12:00pm
Bedgrove Fortnightly Walk (Level 3)
Jansel Square, Aylesbury
11:00am to 12:30pm
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