Buckingham Town Council cap council tax
Buckingham Town Council have restricted their portion of the Council Tax bill to a 1.43% rise which is on average £2.47 a year increase
Buckinghamshire Council becomes first in UK to accept BRITA water filters for recycling
Buckinghamshire Council has worked with FCC Environment and BRITA to become the first in the UK to accept BRITA water filters for recycling at its Household Recycling Centres.
Bucks fire service issues safety advice ahead of Chinese New Year
Chinese New Year 2022, the Year of the Tiger, will be celebrated on Tuesday 1st February and Buckinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service are reminding participants of important safety advice, particularly regarding fireworks and lanterns.
Bucks wins £4.9m funding boost for more energy efficient homes
Less well-off households in Buckinghamshire are set to benefit from £4.9m of new funding to make their homes more energy efficient following a successful, joint bid for central government funding.
Overturned car closed M40 last weekend
A car overturned on the northbound M40 between junctions five and six on Sunday morning causing both sides of the motorway to be temporarily closed.
Aylesbury born author publishes her her first Sci-Fi book
Janet Humphrey has written a book called Dust book one, and by leaving it on a cliffhanger, she has more in the series planned!
£600k upgrade to cycle and walking network in Wendover starts next week
Work to improve the cycleways and footways in and around Wendover will begin next week and is expected to take three months to complete.
New Covid cases in Bucks fall by a third but some caution needed
The latest Covid-19 data for Buckinghamshire shows a substantial drop in new cases but some caution is required in how this is interpreted due to recent rule changes surrounding testing.