Roadworks ahead as urgent actions begin

Motorists are being advised to check their journeys before they travel on Bucks roads this summer.A number of planned roadworks are scheduled for the coming weeks and months, particularly around t

Shaping our world the way people want

A number of important consultations are launching this month and a council is seeking people's views.Buckinghamshire Council regularly asks local people about a range of topics, from developing an

Still time to have your say on Thame future

The Thame Neighbourhood Plan consultation has only two weeks to go before an independent examiner is appointed to review it and make comments made in response to it.On Tuesday, 14 May 2024, Thame

Full marks to the stars of schools in Bucks

The annual Buckinghamshire School Awards have shone a spotlight on staff, governors and leaders across the county.Now in its second year, the event is a celebration of the dedication and effort of

Wet, wet, wet: Extra crews mow and weed

Crews have been busy working across Bucks as the annual programme of grass cutting and weed spraying gets under way.Grass and roadside vegetation has grown even faster than usual for this time of

Mr Mayor takes a bow

Aylesbury’s new Town Mayor and Deputy Town Mayor have been formally ratified.The ceremony, this year at at Aylesbury College, is held annually. Councillor Alan Sherwell is the new mayor for 2024

Big incentives boost for county's foster carers

A unique package has been launched of benefits and perks for foster carers in Bucks.All councils offer some benefits to foster carers. But in the face of ever-increasing costs for children’s soc

Boys and girls come out to play (and adults)

Communities across Bucks are being invited to come out to play.They can take advantage of a scheme which highlights the importance of outdoor play and encourages neighbours to spend time socialisi

New life for old railway

A former railway line corridor is to be upgraded to provide an improved walking, wheeling and cycling cross-town link in Buckingham.This follows Buckinghamshire Council's success in securing fundi

Town's spring clean

Aylesbury residents are being urged to pick a minimum one bag of litter for Keep Britain Tidy’s Great British Spring Clean.The campaign, which runs until the end of March, is calling on people t