Defibrillator Official Launch

Published on Tue 13th November 2018 Community News

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National HIV Testing Week

Published on Tue 13th November 2018 Community News

HIV facts HIV is a virus which attacks the immune system and weakens the body’s ability to fight diseases. It’s estimated over 100,000 people are living with HIV in the UK and over 4,000 people are diagnosed every year. Of these, 12 per cent are undiagnosed and do not know about their HIV infection HIV treatment lowers the amount of virus in the blood to undetectable levels which stops it from damaging the immune system, and means the virus cannot be passed on to other people There is still a great deal of stigma about HIV. Stigma is damaging as it prevents people from getting tested, from accessing treatment and from living a happy and healthy life The most common way HIV is transmitted is through sex without a condom. You cannot get HIV through casual or day-to-day contact, or kissing, spitting or sharing a cup, plate or toilet seat.

Local List Consultation - Buckinghamshire County Council

Published on Tue 13th November 2018 Community News

The draft updated Local List can be viewed on the County Council’s planning applications website: Or Email:

Protecting Our Young People from Online Risks

Published on Tue 13th November 2018 Community News

Buckinghamshire County Council cabinet member for Community Engagement and Public Health, Noel Brown says “Lots of these online and social media platforms attract younger and younger audiences and so it’s important they are equipped to navigate them and know how and when to seek support”

HS2 Update

Published on Thu 8th November 2018 Community News

Have Your Say on Modernising Short Break Services for Children and Adults

Published on Wed 7th November 2018 Community News

The Council is seeking your views on how it plans to modernise short break services in Buckinghamshire. Consultations for both Children's and Adult's short break services will run side by side from 5 November to 14 January

Have Your Say on Keeping the Chilterns Special

Published on Mon 5th November 2018 Community News

The new Plan covers a range of issues from biodiversity and wildlife conservation to looking after the special character of the Chilterns villages, managing access and recreation and helping local businesses to thrive. You might be concerned about climate change or the loss of hedgerow trees, perhaps it’s the impact of housing and infrastructure development or the loss of wildlife due to poor condition of chalk streams. If you have particular concerns about the area or ideas for how best to protect it and use it, we want you to have your say. The draft Plan can be viewed, and any comments submitted at: The deadline for feedback is 31 December

Join the Charity Meetup Buckinghamshire Group for Their Next Event

Published on Mon 5th November 2018 Community News

Thursday 8th November 17:30 – 19:45 at The Pace Centre near Aylesbury The Charity Meetup events are a unique facilitated networking and skills sharing experience, where you will actively participate and get support to meet others in the sector. It's a very friendly and supportive group which is all about helping each other to grow and enhance our work together The theme for this event is Strengthening Relationships The two expert talks would be useful for anyone interested in marketing, communications or fundraising Book your ticket at:

Have Your Say on Home to School Transport Plans

Published on Mon 5th November 2018 Community News

A consultation survey at will seek public feedback on options to make the service more sustainable and fit for purpose.The 10 week consultation runs from 31 October to 11pm on 4 January 2019. If you have any enquiries about this consultation, please email