December 2015

Family service hunts for business sponsorship

  |  Published: Dec 10th 2015
A Buckinghamshire information and advice service which receives more than 15,000 enquiries a month is looking for sponsors to help it continue to provide a high-quality service for families across the county.

Campaign is a hit for sexual health

  |  Published: Dec 9th 2015
In a special campaign to mark Sexual Health Testing Week (November 23-27), Bucks County Council's Public Health Team joined with Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust and the Terrence Higgins Trust to run a series of events around Buckinghamshire to increase awareness of the importance of testing in helping you stay free of sexually-transmitted infections.

Wheelchair Fencing at Aylesbury College

  |  Published: Dec 9th 2015
On Thursday 3rd December Aylesbury College celebrated the International Day of Persons with Disabilities with partner organisation the International Wheelchair & Amputee Sports Federation (IWAS).

Vision for county’s transport future

  |  Published: Dec 8th 2015
A vision for the future of transport in Buckinghamshire goes live today (Monday December 7). And residents and businesses are being asked to say what they think about it.

Meeting the Budget Challenge

  |  Published: Dec 8th 2015
As Buckinghamshire County Council looks to save another £31m next year, Leader, Martin Tett explains some of the challenges involved in managing the budget of one of the county’s biggest service providers and why it’s so important for local people to have their say about where money is best spent in the future.

Supporting men in Buckinghamshire

  |  Published: Dec 7th 2015
HeadsUp is a new local campaign which aims to prompt men to recognise if they are feeling low and to take action.

Annual RAF Sports Board Awards

  |  Published: Dec 7th 2015
The Annual RAF Sports Board Awards have been presented to recipients in a ceremony at Halton House Officer’s Mess at RAF Halton.
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