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Thursday 27 August 2015
Bin collections Thursday 27 August 2015.
Wednesday 12 August 2015
The Green Flag will fly proudly over The Rye and Higginson Park for another year after they were named among the best open spaces in the UK.
Monday 03 August 2015
Government workers swapped the office for a day by the river as they lent a hand to the Revive The Wye project in Desborough on Thursday.
Monday 03 August 2015
The Chiltern and Wycombe Joint Waste Service will be out helping residents to clean up any confusion they may have about recycling and which bins they should use during a campaign running throughout August.
Wednesday 29 July 2015
The historic Old Town Hall in High Wycombe has been given a fresh lease of life as work to replace the traditional slates on the roof nears completion.
Tuesday 21 July 2015
The Leader of Wycombe District Council, Cllr Katrina Wood, took the opportunity at last night's Cabinet meeting to clarify the Council's position on fixed penalty notices and public spaces protection orders.
Friday 17 July 2015
Residents have given the thumbs up to the three major parks owned and managed by Wycombe District Council, a survey has revealed.
Wednesday 15 July 2015
Abbey Barn South is one of the five 'reserve sites' which have been released for development in Wycombe District. You can see how ideas for the use of the site are beginning to take shape at an exhibition which is running from Monday to Wednesday next week (20 - 22 July).
Tuesday 07 July 2015
A new community centre in High Wycombe opened its doors to local residents for the first time today (Tuesday 7 July), thanks to a £78,000 helping hand from Wycombe District Council and Action for Children.
Friday 03 July 2015
An application for 192 homes at Mill Lane in Monks Risborough was unanimously turned down by Wycombe District Council’s Planning Committee.