Doorstep scammers are taking advantage of the coronavirus emergency to con elderly and vulnerable people.
Food parcels, help for vulnerable people, and the continuing need for volunteers to help through the coronavirus emergency are highlighted in today's (Monday) daily video update from Buckinghamshire Council.
Help available for the county's businesses through the coronavirus emergency is highlighted in today's (Friday) daily video update from Buckinghamshire Council.
Daily video updates from Buckinghamshire Council about local progress in combatting the coronavirus will be aired on the website daily in the afternoon.
Since the Coronavirus restrictions have come into effect, Wendover News has been included in messages to HS2 Ltd which contain photos of building contractors for HS2 flouting the restrictions.
Buckinghamshire Councils lift all parking charges and restrictions to support communities during Coronavirus outbreak
All council car park charges and on-street parking restrictions have been lifted today across Buckinghamshire.
Councils in Buckinghamshire are telling residents about temporary changes to services because of the coronavirus outbreak – and have also announced that some library buildings will become local support hubs for the vulnerable during the crisis.
Rob Butler, MP for Aylesbury, raised a question about the behaviour of contractors working on the HS2 project during Coronavirus restrictions.
Lots has happened through February and the beginning of March.
Aylesbury MP Rob Butler has called for work on HS2 to end immediately, as local people face the unprecedented challenge of the coronavirus crisis.