Due to the unprecedented impact of COVID-19 this year, Buckinghamshire Council is supporting pupils who are eligible for benefits-related free school meals and are committed to ensure that no child in need goes hungry.
Nick Naylor, Buckinghamshire Council’s Cabinet Member for Transport, went to High Wycombe last week to check on the progress of the paving work taking place in the town centre
This temporary measure builds on an extensive package of industry support to keep railways running for passengers
Members of Buckinghamshire’s Community Boards have been out and about, spreading the word on what they are all about and encouraging people to get involved.
Buckinghamshire Council leader, Martin Tett is urging people to spare a few minutes to take part in this year’s budget consultation which closes on Sunday 8 November.
Voluntary, charity, faith and community groups in Buckinghamshire will shortly be able to apply for a Community Prevention Grant for next year (2021-22).
On 21 October, Buckinghamshire Council resolved to withdraw the Chiltern and South Bucks Local Plan (CSB Plan)
A smart new building on The Rye in High Wycombe housing the boathouse café is now in place and work is powering ahead on the services and internal fittings.
A fantastic resource with information on accessibility in Aylesbury has been launched.
Although we can’t hold Halloween parties or events that doesn’t mean that we can’t have a good time.