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Local Beekeepers need your help The Mid Bucks Bee Keepers Association need the help of individuals and communities across our area. The long cold winter has had extremely damaging effects on the colonies of honey bees. Current losses for Mid Bucks Bee Keepers are in excess of 50% and some are reporting 100% losses. In […]

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Trees and Your Property Trees add immeasurably to our quality of life and contribute multiple benefits to the urban environment where so many of us live and work. However, they may have some characteristics that can often be viewed as an inconvenient. Such circumstances can give rise to disputes where the tree concerned is not […]

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The weekly market is held every Thursday on the Manor Waste from 8:00- 16:00 with our monthly Local Produce Market every 3rd Saturday of the month 9:00-13:00.

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Buckinghamshire Family Archives The Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies collects, preserves and provides access to the documentary heritage of the County of Buckinghamshire. You can use the Centre for researching family, local and house history. Its a treasure trove of information about our County. The Centre of Buckingham Studies is based in County Hall. Visitors are […]

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It’s pothole season This winter’s weather has been tough on Buckinghamshire’s roads – while the heavy snowfall in December was the most remarkable weather event, the worst conditions for roads are actually when the ground temperature fluctuates constantly between just above and just below zero. Pothole formation is accelerated by this ‘freeze-thaw’ effect, whereby moisture […]

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