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  • Community Boards
    Article: Nov 10, 2020

    Did you know that we have new level of local government?

    We now have The Beeches Community Board which covers the parishes of Burnham, Farnham Royal, Stoke Poges, Dorney and Taplow. Community Board boards were created across the county by the new unitary Buckinghamshire Council, based in Aylesbury, to give some limited decision-powers to local communities after closing the elected District Councils.

  • Bucks Gross Budget 2020
    Article: Sep 30, 2020

    Buckinghamshire Council

    The new Buckinghamshire Council replaces Buckinghamshire County Council and the 4 district councils: South Bucks, Wycombe, Chilterns and Aylesbury Vale. The merger of the 5 councils needs to deliver economies that can release funds to the front line.

    The budget of over a billion pounds covers all local services; education, health and social care, transport and potholes, planning and mineral extraction, waste and recycling, licencing and libraries, housing and homelessness, crime. This is done through the full council, regulatory committees, appointments to outside bodies and advisory groups. The Liberal Democrats believe that the new council is one vital way to improve our community, but that means having local councillors able to speak for their electorate and free to scutininse council decisions.

  • Take Back Control
    Document: Sep 26, 2020
    1.18 MiB drawing or desktop publishing document

    We are delivering this in Burnham and Farnham Common

  • Canvassing
    Survey: Aug 20, 2020
    21 questions

    This survey is for residents of the Beaconsfield Constituency. Answers from the public provide invaluable feedback for our councillors and campaigners in helping our communities.

    We want to hear about your experiences of local services, and where improvements are needed.

    You can contact us for help and advice using the Contact Us form under Your Local Party tab above.

  • Love Your Lungs
    Article: Jun 24, 2020

    The British Lung foundation* is promoting the Breathe Easy Week from 22nd June - 28th June. This year it is calling Love Your Lungs Week. This is to raise funds and promote their aims which include:

    • The relief of persons suffering from diseases of the chests and lungs, to include, on a continuing basis, asthma and the prevention of those diseases
    • The promotion of medical research into the prevention, treatment, alleviation and cure of those diseases.
    • The provision of care, support, services and information for people suffering from those diseases.