Buckinghamshire Council launched today. Leader Martin Tett reflects on the the readiness of the new authority to face the challenges of the current emergency.[Read more…] about New council launches in ‘battle rhythm’ says Martin Tett
Local lifelines are being set up this week by Buckinghamshire Council for those residents identified by the NHS as having severe medical conditions who may not have family or friends nearby to support them.[Read more…] about Local lifelines support work for residents at highest risk
Doorstep scammers are taking advantage of the coronavirus emergency to con elderly and vulnerable people.[Read more…] about Scamming complaints on the rise as virus continues to spread
All council car park charges and on-street parking restrictions have been lifted today across Buckinghamshire.[Read more…] about Buckinghamshire councils lift all parking charges and restrictions to support communities during Coronavirus outbreak
Councils in Buckinghamshire are telling residents about temporary changes to services because of the coronavirus outbreak – and have also announced that some library buildings will become local support hubs for the vulnerable during the crisis.[Read more…] about Leader tells residents about changes to council services due to coronavirus outbreak
We might all be staying at home but that doesn’t mean missing out on your library service!
Buckinghamshire’s libraries are adapting quickly to this changing situation. We have closed our libraries following the Government’s instruction to us all to stay at home, but you can still access our fantastic library service and still borrow books, magazines and newspapers online.[Read more…] about You can still access your local library – online!