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  • Half pigeon, half rat: A rigeon, or a pat?

    Beware Frankenpigeon!

    October 15, 2019

    Aylesbury Town Centre Partnership has relaunched its campaign and plea to town centre visitors not to feed the pigeons. Not only is it unnecessary or helpful to maintaining a sustainable and healthy pigeon population, surplus food not eaten by the birds becomes a food source for rats, it says.  Posters have started to appear across the […]

  • Adoption can be rewarding for everyone concerned

    Online adoption guide

    October 14, 2019

    To coincide with National Adoption Week (14-21 October), Buckinghamshire County Council is launching its new online Adoption Ready tool that lets anyone find out whether they are ready to become an adoptive parent. People often jump to the conclusion that some aspect of their life – it could be age, financial situation, sexual orientation or […]

  • Cabinet member for health wellbeing Lin Hazell having her flu jab

    Flu jabs appeal

    October 12, 2019

    As the winter months start to draw in, health and social care services across Buckinghamshire are appealing to people to ensure that they vaccinate themselves, their children or relatives as soon as possible. They say getting vaccinated is a good way to guard against getting poorly from the flu or developing more serious complications and that this […]

  • HS2 train

    HS2 pleas ignored

    October 11, 2019

    Buckinghamshire County Council has been liaising with HS2 Ltd and its contractors for the past 14 months to try to ensure that disruption from the traffic management system during construction works is minimised. However, owing to the timing of the Oakervee HS2 review, the county council formally asked HS2 Ltd to cease the works at […]

  • Waterside car park entrance

    Extra parking

    October 8, 2019

    Changes to management of the Waterside multi-storey car park, above Waitrose, from 9 October, will provide 101 additional parking spaces for town centre and theatre visitors. They include 96 standard and five disabled bays.  Floor 1 will remain reserved for Waitrose customers only, but both Floors 2 and 3 will be managed by Aylesbury Vale District […]

  • Buckinghamshire County Council logo

    Special needs boost

    October 3, 2019

    Buckinghamshire County Council has approved a £3.5million investment for a new, improved residential centre in Aylesbury which will provide high quality short breaks for people who have a learning disability, autism or physical and sensory disability. The decision means while the current day service will be retained at Beaconsfield, the overnight short breaks service will […]