On right road with £3m

An extra £3 million investment to improve Bucks roads has been agreed, in addition to the £24 million already allocated to highways improvements.

£4m to tackle flooding

Buckinghamshire Council has begun an ambitious cross-county programme of clearing gullies and drains.The drainage improve

Health bus rolls in

The Health on the Move COVID-19 vaccination bus returns to Bucks this week and will be rolling up to Aylesbury, Gerrards Cross, Chesham and High Wycombe in the coming days.

Greener, cleaner Bucks

Work has begun to help create a cleaner, greener and safer county. Buckinghamshire Council has launched the initiative, called The Big Bucks Tidy Up.

'Wilding' of grass spaces

Council workmen and women are striking a careful balance with grass cutting - keeping road junctions clear but also allowing wild flowers to flourish in suitable areas.

Suicide: Let's talk

Charities and community groups across Buckinghamshire can now apply for a grant for projects that help to prevent male suicide in the county through a ‘Saving Lives’ fund.

Drop-in jab clinics

More drop-in clinics are running at Stoke Mandeville Stadium and Burnham this weekend, giving eligible people the chance to get their first or second AstraZeneca COVID-19 vacc

Covid-19 spot-checks

Teams will be making spot-checks all types of businesses to check that measures they have put in place to manage the risk from Covid are in line with current guidance.

Honours for local heroes

A total of 28 Buckinghamshire residents were announced in HM The Queen’s Birthday Honours list - ranging from lifelong services to communities and education, to continued ac

GP staff under threat

Reports of abusive and aggressive behaviour toward staff at GP practices have recently been on the rise nationally, and a number of surgeries across Buckinghamshire have exper