The new Buckinghamshire Council has confirmed its full commitment to tackling climate change and has set a 'realistic' target date to achieve net carbon zero for Buckinghamshire, in line with the Government's ambitions for the country.
The popular charity shop at High Heavens household recycling centre reopened today after the easing of lockdown restrictions.
Lowland woodlands are important to the public, not only for their recreation but for the environment and biodiversity
This month, Climate Action Wendover is launching its campaign to plant a lot more trees around our village. You may well be thinking “why, when we live in the beauty…
Residents are being asked to put bins out and leave them out as collections will happen.
Buckinghamshire Council, FCC Environment and South Bucks Hospice are pleased to announce that the re-use shop at the Aston Clinton household recycling centre will reopen on Monday 22 June.
The work of Buckinghamshire Council's fly-tipping team is currently being featured in episodes of Channel 5's latest observational series, Filthy Britain SOS.
Wendover is surrounded by four BBOWT nature reserves, great opportunities for relaxation during the lockdown but a problem when a minority of visitors abuse their welcome.
Dangers from throw-away barbecues have prompted warnings from Buckinghamshire Council as lockdown restrictions are relaxed and residents are able to travel more widely for leisure.
Buckinghamshire's three main country parks have seen a surge in usage since they reopened to the public three weeks ago, after exercise restrictions during the coronavirus pandemic were relaxed by the government.