Bucks CC January 2020 newsletter

Staying well this winter

We’re still in the thick of it this winter and if you aren’t feeling 100% one of the best ways to get early advice is to see your local pharmacist. You don’t need an appointment and they can help with a big range of minor illnesses and ailments.
Find out more here plus read why you still need to get your flu vaccine! 

Your new Council is coming!

In less than three months a new council will replace the County Council and the District Councils.The new Buckinghamshire Council will run local services for residents across the whole of the county.Read the latest updates here including information about how you can access the new Council from 1 April.

Our support network for Buckinghamshire families

Did you know we have a network of 16 Family Centres across the county? Here families with children of all ages can go to sessions designed to support family life. The new spring timetables have just been released so why not take a look here.

Half term activities and childcare info

While schools haven’t been back for long, before we know it, half term will be here!Our Family Information Service is adding activities and events to its website so why not take a look. You can also see what’s on at Bucks County Museum and get info on outdoor sessions for little ones at Black Park Country Park.

Do you know your speed limits?

We all know speeding can have dangerous consequences so Transport for Buckinghamshire has launched a fantastic new online learning module. It’s a great way for all drivers to refresh their knowledge on speed limits and the right speeds for their own vehicle. Why not take a look!

Trying Dry January?

Whether you’ve decided to cut down on alcohol or are doing Dry January fully, there will be health benefits to cutting back on the booze. Find out about all the good it’s doing you here