More than 750 rural homes and businesses will get gigabit-capable broadband by December 2021 as part of a £2.1 million scheme to extend the fibre-optic network further into Buckinghamshire's countryside.
Walkers noticed that footpaths in fields either side of Ellesborough Road had been fenced off at the start of lockdown. A footpath accessible from Bacombe Lane was diverted, much to…
The October update on the HS2 Project from Wendover's perspective by Tom Walsh
Eiffage Kier’s works in the Wendover area have been focused on understanding the ground underneath where the track will be built. This is called ‘Ground Investigation’ or ‘GI’. GI is…
Budgens announces that, without notice, Cashzone is introducing a charge to customers of £1.50 for cash withdrawals at their ATM. In store cashback up to £50 is still free for customers. Cardtronics replies.
News on the HS2 project in and around Wendover, August 2018
Wendover News has been advised of investigative trenches being dug for the HS2 project, across the A413 near the road to Boswells Farm. Work on the trenches will start on Monday 20 August and is expected to last not more than 5 days.
There are two possible solutions to the problem of noise from the bypass – a very Low Noise Surface (vLNS) and noise barriers.
After a long, wet winter & spring, local contractors Hazell and Jefferies have now started work on the new Waddesdon Greenway route between Aylesbury Vale Parkway railway station and Waddesdon Manor
Speaking at the packed annual Bucks Rural Affairs Group conference on 24 November, the Rt Hon David Lidington MP spoke passionately about the impact of international, national and local change to rural life, reviewing impacts ranging from Brexit and farm funding reform to the increased use of IT in our lives.