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  • Mark Shaw and Kevin Allen look over the plans

    Resurfacing delayed

    August 23, 2019

    The installation of a low noise surface on Wendover bypass will be slightly delayed, Buckinghamshire County Council has announced. Work on the new £1.51 million surface, funded by HS2 as mitigation for the extra noise generated by construction traffic using the road, was due to start in the August bank holiday week. However, issues relating to the availability […]

  • Community

    Building a community

    August 21, 2019

    Residents are being asked for views on how the new Buckinghamshire Council and its councillors will work with local communities to improve lives. In a consultation the Shadow Executive – who are working to create the new council – asks for residents, town and parish councils, community groups and other organisations across Buckinghamshire to give […]

  • Heartlands Green Flag raising

    Parks flagged up

    August 20, 2019

    Aylesbury’s Bedgrove Park and Vale Park, along with Buckingham’s Heartlands (pictured), were recently recognised by the Green Flag Award Scheme as some of the best open spaces in the UK. Last week the awards were celebrated at all three parks through dedicated Green Flag-raising ceremonies. Cllr Paul Irwin, Aylesbury Vale District Council’s Cabinet Member for […]

  • A pair of Lynx arrive at Green Dragon Eco Farm near Quainton from Newquay Zoo

    Lynx pair enter the Dragon

    August 17, 2019

    Green Dragon Eco Farm has showcased its latest additions to the Wildlife Zone – Carpathian Lynx (pictured) – which are the highlight of their summer holiday offer. The young lynx, named Toma and Codrin, are brothers that were born on 17 May 2018. They are quickly settling in to their new home in Hogshaw, Buckingham (near Quainton), at […]

  • Climate change

    Climate crisis action

    August 16, 2019

    A new council committee in South Oxfordshire that will help tackle the climate emergency is due to meet for the first time in September. At its July meeting, South Oxfordshire District Council agreed unanimously to establish the specialist committee to advise the council on how it can tackle local issues affected by the climate emergency. […]

  • Alice Fearn

    Haddenham’s festival coup

    August 15, 2019

    A Feast Festival’s opening day brings London’s West End into the heart of Haddenham. The day (14 September) starts with something of a coup for the Feast Festival and for Haddenham – a star of the West End hit musical ‘Wicked’, Alice Fearn (pictured), will lead a free singing and theatrical workshop for any Haddenham area child aged six-16.  […]