The agencies who work together in Buckinghamshire to tackle crime and protect vulnerable people want your views on the four priorities chosen following our consultation last year.
If so, health and care services in Buckinghamshire would like your help to ensure we are delivering the best possible care for our population – which means it is vital we hear from residents who have experienced cancer treatment.
Cabinet members have agreed the first County Council budget to include absolutely no help towards services from the Government in the form of Revenue Support Grant.
In the past year Transport for Buckinghamshire has spent £720,000 to make permanent drainage improvements at 25 flooding hotspots on Buckinghamshire roads.
If you would like to help your local community, and enjoy the benefits of holiday pay, short, term time hours and the possibility of job sharing, why not become a school crossing patroller?
The All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for the Oxford-Milton Keynes-Cambridge Corridor launched on January 31 in Westminster, with the event including a speech from Buckinghamshire County Council leader Martin Tett.