The council offices in Denham will be closed from 4pm on Friday 23 December 2011, re-opening at 9am on Tuesday 3 January 2012.
Motorists parking in South Bucks District Council owned car parks, now have a quicker and more convenient way to pay for parking - by mobile phone.
All refuse and recycling collection crews are out today and collecting as normal where it is safe to do so.
This is one of the UK’s biggest fundraising events which brings the entire nation together to get active, raise cash and change lives.
School children from Year 6 at Butlers Court School in Beaconsfield received awards this week for their amazing journalism skills.
Anyone can clear snow and ice from the pavement outside their home or public spaces to prevent slips and falls. Follow the snow code published by Directgov to clear snow and ice safely.
Sporting heroes from South Bucks are winners at the Bucks Sports Awards 2011.
The festive season is upon us and South Bucks District Council is supporting local events to help bring the Christmas spirit to an area near you, so why not come along with the whole family.
Christmas is a time when we throw away even more then usual, and as it’s also a busy time it can be easy to temporarily abandon waste prevention and recycling.
Community groups and voluntary organisations are being invited to apply for funding from South Bucks District Council’s Subscriptions and Donations Grant Fund.
This year the Council will continue to do all it can to ensure as many properties as possible have their waste collected during inclement weather.
Cavity wall and loft insulation are the two most effective energy efficiency measures and with temperatures dropping now is a great time to have it done.
All public services provided by or on behalf of South Bucks District Council are being provided as normal.
Our switchboard and reception will be open between the hours of 9am – 5.30pm as usual.
Further updates will be posted here as appropriate.
Thames Valley Police has launched the new 101 national single non-emergency number which will replace the 0845 8 505 505 number.
International White Ribbon Day is commemorated internationally on the 25 November every year across many countries.
South Bucks walkers were out in force for a Paralympic themed ‘Talk and Walk’ this week at the Riding for the Disabled Centre in Fulmer.
Beaconsfield Town Council is consulting on plans for a new outdoor fitness park for all ages, having secured funding from South Bucks District Council and Bucks County Council.
A benefit cheat from Denham has been brought before the courts after fraudulently claiming thousands of pounds worth of benefits she was not entitled to.
The London Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games (LOCOG) has today launched two new public participation programmes.
Those wanting to get a real insight into what goes on behind the scenes to prepare for the most major sporting event in the world are invited to attend a ‘Talk and Walk’ event in Fulmer.
Earlier in the year, South Bucks District Council sought expressions of interest for the development of the southernmost part of the Farnham Park Sports Fields for sport and recreation.
Now that the nights have drawn in, residents need to remember that a house left in darkness is an easy target for burglars.
Fulmer Infant School has been awarded the ‘Youth Pride’ Award at last week’s (10th November) prestigious Pride of Bucks Awards evening.
South Bucks District Council would like to advise residents that the recycling bring site at the Red Lion public house in Iver was removed on Saturday 19th November 2011.
Six successful prosecutions have been mounted in the past month, as South Bucks District Council cracks down on those failing to pay their parking fines.
The Lanes Golf Course in Stoke Poges is offering young people aged between 14-25 years the opportunity to attend a new five week course.
South Bucks school children recently had the fantastic experience of meeting elite disabled athletes and trying their hand at several Paralympic sports at Stoke Mandeville.
South Bucks District Council is urging people to stay safe – and within the law – as Guy Fawkes Night arrives.
Sports Clubs in and around South Bucks are invited to attend a ‘Funding & Fundraising Opportunities’ workshop on Thursday 10th November from 6.30 to10pm at Burnham Upper School.
Halloween 'trick or treaters' are being encouraged to behave responsibly to keep themselves and others safe this Halloween.
‘Games in the Park’ is back for October Half Term! South Bucks District Council is pleased to bring back this popular Olympic themed FREE event .
Councillor Alan Walters, Chairman of South Bucks District Council is pleased to announce the launch of a new special Chairman’s grant to support local talented young athletes.
17 local community groups have benefitted from more than £22,000 in grants.
Earlier in the year, Chiltern, South Bucks and Wycombe District Councils agreed to look at the possibility of sharing senior management.
Monday 10th October 2011 marks National Personal Safety Day and South Bucks District Council and Thames Valley Police would like to inform residents that it’s SIMPLE to try and stay safe.
South Bucks District Council is proud to present its first Parkour / Free Running Fun Day during the October half term.
Excited about the Olympics? Want to try a new a sport or physical activity?
The London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games (LOCOG) is calling on dedicated 16 to 18 year olds to begin applying for Young Games Maker roles.
This week, pupils from High March School helped unveil the new face of South Bucks District Council’s refuse collection vehicles.
If you represent a club or community groupin South Bucks and want to know how you can bring the excitement of the 2012 Games to your doorstep then this free event is for you.
Recycle for Buckinghamshire is proud to support the Love Where You Live campaign with the Pride of Bucks Awards.
South Bucks Community Safety Partnership would like to wish all students going to university this summer, a fantastic and safe time.
The Chief Executive of South Bucks District Council, Chris Furness, retired at the end of August after 18 years with the Council.
New photo-voltaic solar panels have recently been installed, saving money and energy at South Bucks District Council’s Capswood offices.
Your refuse and recycling collection day will change over the August Bank Holiday period.
South Bucks District Council has rolled out the FSA’s Food Hygiene Rating Scheme joining 160 other local authorities.
Two new sports courses for young adults aged 18-25 have been launched by South Bucks District Council’s Sports Development Team.
This summer, younger residents of South Bucks have the opportunity to try a variety of exciting sports and arts activities themed around next year’s Olympic Games.
South Bucks District Council is currently conducting a review of polling districts and polling places.
Tradesmen, builders and other craftsmen who carry tools in their vans are being asked to empty their vehicles at night.
Pupils at High March School in Beaconsfield have created a winning poster encouraging people not to drop litter - made from litter!
Useful advice leaflets on a range of Environmental Health issues from dangerous dogs to food poisoning, garden bonfires to bedbugs.
South Bucks residents have a chance to take part in celebrating one year to go to the London 2012 Games.
Keep up to date on the latest crime reduction activity undertaken by the South Bucks Community Safety Partnership in CSI.
A new summer holiday riding course for young people with disabilities, aged up to 18 years.
Last year South Bucks District Council paid out over £17 million in benefits.
Research shows that Buckinghamshire residents with burglar alarms are less likely to become a victim of burglary.
Volunteers from Denham have recently been very busy undertaking a ‘clean up’ and painting a transport themed mural at Denham Railway Station’s foot-tunnel.
Many burglaries occur when home owners are away on holidays. A house left empty for some time is a target for potential intruders.
Residents in South Bucks can now self-assess their own home security using an online form.
Residents in Denham will be pleased to hear that a local footpath is getting a colourful makeover in the form of a mural designed and painted by local young people.
The sun was shining on South Bucks at the weekend as the district’s sports teams won two golds and two silvers at the annual Bucks Youth Games; the largest one-day youth multisport event in Bucks.
South Bucks District Council manages Littleworth Common.
On Saturday 25th June 2011 Buckinghamshire will be showing its support to the Armed Forces based in the county and beyond.
Visitors to, The Lanes Golf Course & Driving Range, and Farnham Park Golf Course, can feel safer when leaving their vehicle for a round of golf.
Verdant, the waste management contractor that has handled South Bucks District Council’s recycling and refuse collections and street cleansing services for over three years, has changed its operating name.
Residents across South Bucks are being encouraged to sign up to Neighbourhood Watch and Community Messaging as part of National Neighbourhood Watch Week 13th June 2011.
Last week over 80 school children from South Bucks schools visited the 2012 Olympic Park as part of South Bucks District Council’s local Olympic plan.
In December 2010 the Secretary of State for Transport announced the Government’s proposed high speed rail strategy, including its preferred route for an initial London – West Midlands line and its approach to delivering a wider high speed rail network.
Your refuse and recycling collection day will change over the May Bank Holiday period. Please ensure that your refuse, recycling and green waste is at your property boundary by 7am and no earlier than the night before even when your collection day is different.
Thanks to South Bucks District and Stoke Poges Parish Councils children in Stoke Poges are now enjoying a new playground in the Stoke Poges Recreation Ground, off Bells Hill.
Thanks to South Bucks District and Farnham Royal Parish Councils children in Farnham Common and Farnham Royal are now enjoying a new playground in the Farnham Park Playing Fields.
Keep up to date on the latest crime reduction activity undertaken by agencies in the South Bucks Community Safety Partnership in the third edition of CSI.
The Chairman of South Bucks District Council has been re-elected for a second term.
After several burglaries in Stoke Poges and Wexham South Bucks District Council’s Community Safety Team is warning residents to take extra measures to protect their jewellery and laptops.
Community groups and voluntary organisations are being invited to apply for funding from South Bucks District Council’s Subscriptions and Donations Grant.
View the full listing of results for the District and Town and Parish elections
Refuse and recycling collection dates will change during weeks with Bank Holidays.
Now summer time is here, South Bucks residents are being given the ideal opportunity to exercise in the great outdoors!
Last week young people from South Bucks took part in a taster riding day at the South Bucks Riding for the Disabled site in Fulmer.
To kick start a fitter, healthier and happier 2011, children from South Bucks can sign up for a FREE, fun healthy lifestyle club that starts in May.
The Evreham Sports Centre in Iver has moved into the top tier of sports and leisure providers in the country.
The day of the Royal Wedding is nearly upon us and many may seize the opportunity to host a party of their own to join in the celebrations.
Residents in South Bucks are being warned by South Bucks District Council’s Community Safety Team not to create a window of opportunity for burglars as the warmer weather approaches.
From May 2011, burglary victims and their direct neighbours in South Bucks will receive a free SelectaDNA forensic property marking kit and accompanying signage for their road as part of an ongoing crackdown on repeatedly targeted roads in the District.
Two fantastic fun activity courses for young people with disabilities have been organised during the Easter Holidays by the Sports Development Team at South Bucks District Council.
South Bucks local parks will once again host Chillin’ in the Park over the Easter holidays, with a variety of FREE sports and arts activities on offer to keep young people entertained.
In just over a month’s time, electors within South Bucks District will have the opportunity to have their say in the local government elections being held on Thursday, 5 May 2011.
Olympic Gold Medallist Adrian Moorhouse MBE has helped South Bucks raise the host council flag for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Over 15,000 postal votes are being issued to electors in the District who have applied to vote by post in the upcoming district and town and parish elections and the referendum on 5 May.
'Keep thieves locked out' is the message from South Bucks District Council.
Keep up to date on the latest crime reduction activity undertaken by agencies in the South Bucks Community Safety Partnership in the second edition of CSI.
Elections are due to be held in all 19 Wards within the District on 5 May.
Over 100 children from schools in Denham, Iver and Iver Heath had a fantastic day out earlier this month thanks to South Bucks District Council.
Young swimmers in South Bucks aged 7 to 10 years are being urged to attend a free open trial to represent the district at this year’s Bucks Youth Games.
In February, officers from Stoke Poges and Wexham Neighbourhood Policing Team and South Bucks District Council’s Community Safety Team carried out crime prevention surveys and held ‘Have Your Say’ events.
The ‘Borrow a Box’ Scheme, run by South Bucks District Council’s Community Safety team, is giving residents the opportunity to do something about graffiti.
Iver Parish Council showed how much their litter free streets were appreciated by thanking litter picker Charlie Mungai at their Annual Civic Reception held on the 7th March.
OPPOSITION to the Government's proposed high speed rail project (HS2) is gathering momentum as the start date for the public consultation approaches.
South Bucks District Council is counting down the days to national No Smoking Day which takes place this year on Wednesday 9th March.
Chiltern, South Bucks and Wycombe District Councils are currently looking into proposals to bring together their management teams with a single Chief Executive.
The organisers of the new Gerrards Cross Simply Walk were delighted with the turn out of over forty walkers at the first walk which took place last Tuesday.
The Council has endorsed a key planning strategy for South Bucks to ensure that its Green Belt is strongly protected for many years to come.
This February half term, Football Frenzy will take place at Martin Baker Sports and Social Club in Denham.
Last week South Bucks schools took part in the South Bucks Indoor Rowing Schools Championship held at the Eton College Rowing Centre in Dorney.
A new regular health walk called ‘Simply Walk’ is starting in Gerrards Cross on Tuesday 1st March.
For most people Valentine’s Day is the most romantic date on the calendar, unfortunately research shows there is a considerable increase in domestic abuse at this time.
South Bucks District Council has issued a renewed warning to residents to be on their guard against bogus officials offering Council Tax refunds.
The Government has given the thumbs up to a key planning strategy for South Bucks.
South Bucks residents are being given the opportunity to get back into a sport or try something totally new! South Bucks District Council is offering a wide variety of subsidised or free activities starting next week.
Residents of South Bucks can find out how the agencies that make up the Community Safety Partnership are working together to tackle crime and disorder in the district.
To kick start a fitter, healthier and happier 2011, children from South Bucks can sign up for a FREE, fun healthy lifestyle club that starts in February.
Young talented athletes from South Bucks are being encouraged to apply for a series of financial and training grants offered by the GLL Sport Foundation.
Last week saw over thirty walkers enjoy a, ‘Simply Walk and Talk’ event at the Eton College Rowing Centre at Dorney Lake.
On 13th December the Government announced its proposed levels of grant support for local authorities for 2011/12 and 2012/13.
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