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4500 old style street lights to be replaced

  |  Published: Feb 12th 2018
Transport for Buckinghamshire is continuing its county-wide streetlight replacement programme over the next few months with a further 4500 old style sodium lanterns being replaced with the more environmentally friendly and longer lasting Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) lanterns.

Pop In to Pop Up Art Weekend

Catherine Golds, Chilterns MS Centre  |  Published: Feb 12th 2018
The Chilterns MS Centre’s annual art exhibition and sale is back on Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th March, bigger and better than ever before!

Smoother, simpler 24/7 Primary Care Services coming to Buckinghamshire

  |  Published: Feb 9th 2018
From 3 April, residents of Buckinghamshire will be able to access primary care services more easily outside of regular daytime hours – with services working more closely to offer a smoother, simpler experience for patients 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Thames Valley Police and Crime Panel agrees precept increase

  |  Published: Feb 8th 2018
At their meeting on 2 February 2018, Thames Valley Police and Crime Panel approved the Thames Valley Police and Crime Commissioner’s proposed precept for 2018/19. However, Panel Members were concerned about continuing pressure on police resources and recruitment issues being experienced by the Force.

Home-Start Aylesbury - Can you help?

  |  Published: Feb 8th 2018
For over 10 years Home-Start Aylesbury has been supporting ordinary families with young children struggling to cope through difficult times. We are now looking for new volunteers to join our friendly team.

Three-day budget probe feedback to Cabinet

  |  Published: Feb 7th 2018
A review of forecast overspends, improvements to foster carer recruitment and the introduction of mandatory face-to-face exit interviews, are among 12 recommendations published today in a report by Buckinghamshire County Council’s independent Budget Scrutiny Select Committee.

Getting help to care for our relatives – what are the benefits?

Trudi Scrivener  |  Published: Feb 7th 2018
Local care business Ashridge Home Care’s founder, Trudi Scrivener is passionate about live-in care and is a true believer in the health and well-being benefits of being cared for in our own homes. In this article, she shares some thoughts and insights about caring for our parents, relatives and friends.

Three Witches Exhibition at the National Museum of Computing

Stephen Fleming, Palam Communications  |  Published: Feb 1st 2018
Computer art takes on an unusual perspective at The National Museum of Computing in February as two huge and colourful paintings created three decades apart are displayed near their original inspiration – the WITCH, the world’s oldest working digital computer.
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