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Archive for July, 2016

Car caught fire following collision in Little Chalfont

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A car caught fire following collision involving two cars at the junction of Cokes Lane and London Road in Little Chalfont shortly after midnight on Sunday 31st July 2016.

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Road surfacing works planned for week commencing 1st August 2016

Road surfacing works planned for week commencing 1st August 2016

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Week commencing Monday 1st August 2016, Transport for Buckinghamshire will be carrying out work at the following locations.

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Back ‘worldwide event on your doorstep’ urges Paralympic champion

Back ‘worldwide event on your doorstep’ urges Paralympic champion

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World champion rower Pam Relph has issued a rallying cry to the public of Buckinghamshire: ‘Support the worldwide event being held on your doorstep.‘

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Man, 40, robbed while walking in Aylesbury

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A witnesses appeal has been launched by Thames Valley Police after a 40 year old man was robbed in Hannon Road, Aylesbury.

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Arsenal Soccer Schools visit High Wycombe and Beaconsfield for the 2016 school summer holidays

Arsenal Soccer Schools visit High Wycombe and Beaconsfield for the 2016 school summer holidays

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Arsenal Soccer Schools will be holding training programme in High Wycombe and Beaconsfield during the 2016 school summer holidays.

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Boy became stuck in a climbing frame at Stoke Poges

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A boy was trapped after his leg become stuck in a climbing frame at Rogers lane, Stoke Poges during the afternoon of Tuesday 26th July 2016.

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Young people with learning difficulties helped by £5,000 grant from Buckinghamshire County Council

Young people with learning difficulties helped by £5,000 grant from Buckinghamshire County Council

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Thanks to a grant from Buckinghamshire County Council young people with learning difficulties will be taught how to make money by selling alpaca droppings and farm fresh eggs.

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Prime Minister’s special review praises care project co-ordinated by Buckinghamshire County Council

Prime Minister’s special review praises care project co-ordinated by Buckinghamshire County Council

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A pioneering regional scheme co-ordinated by Buckinghamshire County Council has been praised in a national review into the care of vulnerable children ordered by former Prime Minister David Cameron.

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Opinion : Do you have a weedkiller sandwich at lunchtime?

Opinion : Do you have a weedkiller sandwich at lunchtime?

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A few years ago a particularly nasty and hard to get rid of weed invaded the formal flower borders of my beautifully manicured gardens.

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Eleven long-term unemployed find jobs in the care industry following training course

Eleven long-term unemployed find jobs in the care industry following training course

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Immediately after a four-week training course eleven long-term unemployed people have been offered jobs in the care industry.

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