There have been a number of reports of dog walkers trespassing on to farmers fields and on occasions the dogs have worried the sheep, which is an offence.
The first ever Trading Standards legal training for farmers in Buckinghamshire is being hosted by the County Council this week in conjunction with the Government's new Farm Advisory Service.
Water supplies in the Chilterns could be threatened if HS2 is allowed to go ahead as currently planned
It can be really difficult to find your first home in Buckinghamshire, but a project to sort that in rural areas gets a royal seal of approval today.
The new opening hours at Lloyds Bank, High Street, Wendover, are Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 09:30-14:30.
Leading rural network ACRE (Action with Communities in Rural England) has appointed Richard Quallington as interim chief executive, its board announced this week.
David Lidington has received an encouraging letter from Lloyds Bank, Wendover, concerning the review of opening hours.
A free, practical guide to help rural communities protect themselves from flooding is now available from Community Impact Bucks.
A planning manifesto, “ Protecting the Chilterns: Saving the Green Belt” has been produced by the Chiltern Society outlining a 13 point plan for dealing with housing development.
Sokin Group Ltd, of Selbourne Road, Luton, has pleaded guilty to offences of failing in its ‘duty of care’ regarding waste which was found illegally dumped in a field on the National Trust Ashridge Estate on the Buckinghamshire-Hertfordshire border.