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Summer Science Festival at Discover Bucks Museum
New training for Bucks charities to help secure essential funding
Local charity Community Impact Bucks is running its first Fundraising Festival (4th-13th October 2022) to help charities and community groups in Buckinghamshire to secure essential funding as traditional sources of income are hit by increasing pressure on local government finances and household incomes.
The Festival series will cover four fundraising areas – In Memory and Legacy Fundraising, Trust and Foundation Fundraising, Corporate Fundraising, and Community and Event Fundraising– each of which offer huge amounts of opportunity but can be daunting especially for small charities.
The interactive training sessions are led by professionals who are experts in their chosen fundraising area, and are free for anyone (paid or unpaid) who raises money for a not-for-profit organisation in the county. For more information and to book, visit Virtual Fundraising Festival.
Cost of Living Support
Countries around the world are facing rising goods and energy prices, inflation and cost of living pressures after the pandemic and Putin’s invasion of Ukraine.
We know people are worried so the government is offering help for households. See what cost of living support you could be eligible for.
Neighbourhood Development Plan news
The 6th Draft of the Neighbourhood Development Plan has now been completed, The next phase is its final submission to Buckinghamshire Council to be processed into law, we are still happy to answer any questions parishioners may have.
SAPPER'S FIELD SINKHOLE:
Although the field is still closed to the public Buckinghamshire Council have appointed a contractor (Soil Engineering) to fill in the sink hole. They will begin mobilising their equipment in late July/ early August. In advance of this, a site investigation commenced on the 18th July to gather data ahead of the main remediation work. At present, the works are planned to take 7 to 8 weeks to complete. More details of the reports can be found under the above News tab.
PLEASE NOTE : As a result of the timing of "going to press", the attached Parish Guide brochure, on page 13, mentions our previous MP's name. Our current MP is Joy Morrissey contactable via email@example.com
For local information on coronavirus (COVID-19) including what you can do to help and service area updates, please visit the Buckinghamshire Council website.
The government has removed remaining domestic restrictions in England. There are still steps you can take to reduce the risk of catching and spreading COVID-19:
Let fresh air in if meeting indoors, or meet outside
Consider wearing a face covering in crowded, enclosed spaces
Slate Meadow updates
BROOKBANK VERGE and WYE RIVER BANK - POTENTIAL CLOSURE
To save this verge from the Slate Meadow developers potentially closing it, we aim to register it (and its walkways) as a Public Right of Way. To do this, we are looking for 50 or more of the residents who have used the Brookbank verge as a public right of way for a continuous period of 20 years or more, to provide the necessary confirmation.
Once you have filled in this form, please return it to the Council Office.
PLEASE NOTE: The Appendix 1 MAP on the final page of the form needs to have the route walked shown in black ink and the map initialled (not your full signature) and dated by the person submitting the form. If you have walked freely over the whole riverbank area, please state that alongside the map.