Stay happy, healthy

Happier, healthier, lives is what health and social care leaders want for Bucks residents.Buckinghamshire's Health and We

Focus on Black History

To help celebrate October's Black History Month, Buckinghamshire libraries have been working with a local arts and heritage community organisation to compile exhibitions at f

Bucks residents in Queen's awards

From lifelong services to science and education, to more recent actions to support efforts during the Covid-19 pandemic, a total of 25 Buckinghamshire residents have just rece

Heroes in pandemic

Nominations are now open for Buckinghamshire Council’s Proud of Bucks Awards. The new awards aim to recognise and applaud the outstanding efforts carried out by many local i

Extra buses plan

Social distancing mean that every public transport bus can currently carry roughly half its normal number of passengers.

Skills funding boost

Bucks Skills Hub has received extra funding to provide young people finishing Key Stages 4 and 5 this

Learning goes live

Buckinghamshire’s adult learners can now return to face-to-face adult learning now that course venues have opened their doors across the county.

Laptops bonanza

Staff at Buckinghamshire Council have been working hard to prepare 850 laptops provided by the government to be ready to distribute to vulnerable pupils across Buckinghamshire

Bucks laid bare

Heart of Bucks and Community Impact Bucks have both published significant reports which provide a detailed, data-driven picture of the county.

Book in!

Buckinghamshire residents will be able to return borrowed books to most libraries from Monday, June 22. On the same day,

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