News and Events

November 8, 2017

Bucks County Council are carrying out a public consultation on the future of the mobile library services. They are proposing to discontinue the current service as of May 2018 and replace it with community-based options.   For more information Click Here They are asking all residents to let them have their views on the proposals.   There is […] [More…]

November 7, 2017

The Parade will begin at St Leonards Church at 11.15am and will walk along Bois Lane,  reaching the War Memorial at approximately 11.45am for a Remembrance Service. [More…]

November 4, 2017

Management Plan for Chesham Bois Common and Woodlands At the turn of the last century you could see across the Common from North Road to South Road; there were a few trees and some gorse but mainly grass. When grazing stopped saplings could grow and gradually trees self-seeded and the wooded area expanded, particularly with […] [More…]

Diary Dates

Monday
27
Nov
Planning Committee Meeting
7.30pm, Council Office, Glebe Way, Chesham Bois HP6 5ND
Friday
8
Dec
Christmas Lights & Carols
4.00pm, War Memorial, North Road, Chesham Bois HP6 5ND
Monday
11
Dec
Planning Committee Meeting
7.30pm, Council Office, Glebe Way, Chesham Bois HP6 5ND
Monday
11
Dec
Parish Council Meeting
8.00pm , Council Office, Glebe Way, Chesham Bois HP6 5ND
Monday
8
Jan
Planning Committee Meeting
7.30pm, Council Office, Glebe Way, Chesham Bois HP6 5ND

Winter Driving Workshop

Transport for Buckinghamshire is running  Winter Driving Workshops and would encourage all drivers to attend. The Workshop costs £5 and this fee includes a driver’s pack to keep in the car:

The workshop is a presentation on essential driving skills which includes:

  • How to drive on winter roads
  • Preparing your car for winter
  • What to do in the event of a breakdown
  • Practical basic vehicle checks from experienced garage technicians
  • Checking tyre pressure, tread and depth, and how to change a wheel

Workshop are held between in 7pm-8.30pm  and are in High Wycombe on 23 Nov; Aylesbury 28 Nov and Chesham 30 Nov 2017

Help Plan BCCs Budget Priorities

People across Buckinghamshire are being asked to help the County Council make important spending decisions about next year’s budget, in a consultation launched on Wednesday 18 October.

The online consultation, which runs until Sunday 19 November, aims to get local people involved in helping to decide on which areas of the Council’s work future spending should be focused.

The short survey, which takes only a couple of minutes, can be completed at:  https://tinyurl.com/bucksbudget18

People who don’t have access to the internet or a computer can take part in the County Council budget consultation at any library, where staff can help them to complete the survey.

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Police & Crime Plan 2017-2021

The Police & Crime Commissioner for the Thames Valley have published their new Police & Crime Plan for 2017-2021 which details the five strategic priorities for policing and crime for the next five years.  The summary of the plan can be downloaded here.

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