Copy deadline: Mon 1st March
Printing: Wed 17th March
Magazine distribution: Mon 22nd March
As it is likely that we will still be under some form of Covid-19 restrictions the distribution date may have to flex.
Contributions are welcome from clubs and societies, and anyone who has a particular hobby or interest, job or post. So perhaps you have time to fill right now or a latent wish to write for the magazine. For example you could write about:
‘I always wanted to be ******, but instead I/we became ******’
‘I/we would like to organise a musical event’
‘I/we could help with Scouts, Guides, Brownies or Cubs and get then their own hut’
‘I grew up in *****’
We are also looking for photographs illustrating your lockdown experience and particularly, good photos for in the Hughenden News and on its cover; don’t be shy.
A big thank you to all who contributed before Christmas.
This is general reminder, that if you or someone you know, would be adversely affected by a problem with the water supply, then Affinity Water hold a register of such persons so that they can provide priority support to you.
Details are here https://www.affinitywater.co.uk/priority-services .
Following the announcement of a new national lockdown in England, Buckinghamshire Council has made some urgent changes to several of its key services.
If you want to question council bosses about how your council tax is spent, you can do next week as part of the robust scrutiny process of Buckinghamshire Council’s billion pound spending plans.
Everything from Covid to children’s services and roads to regeneration goes under the microscope over three days of intense scrutiny as the Leader and his cabinet account for their spending proposals from 1st April 2021.
The committee also invite questions from Buckinghamshire residents, businesses and community groups to feed into the discussions. Questions for any of the sessions should be submitted in advance by e-mail to email@example.com. Questions can also be submitted to @buckscouncil on the Council’s Twitter and Facebook sites. Questions should be submitted by 9.00am on Monday 11 January. As much time as possible will be set aside for public questions and every session can be viewed live via webcast.
Call or Text our Coordinator on 07958 134868 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
As a response to the present situation, we have restarted our team to support anyone in our community who may need some friendly assistance. Should you need help with shopping or collection of medicines do let us know. If you would just like someone to talk with on the phone, discuss a worry or to pray with you, we have people who would love to help.
If you have problems where you need some advice or have struggled to get help elsewhere we will try and signpost you to the right assistance. We will be very happy to do this and look forward to hearing from you.
Residents across Buckinghamshire are reminded of the latest information and updates to Buckinghamshire Council’s recycling and waste service, including: new collection calendars available to download for residents in the Chiltern and Wycombe areas, an update on the county’s Household Recycling Centres (HRCs) and the suspension of garden waste collection for residents in the Aylesbury Vale area.
Please be advised that currently the new national restrictions, in place between Thursday 5 November and Wednesday 2 December, have no impact on weekly household collections or Buckinghamshire’s HRCs.
New calendars for the Chiltern and Wycombe areas
Residents from the Chiltern and Wycombe areas are encouraged to download their new recycling and waste calendars. https://www.chiltern.gov.uk/collection-dates
or straight to the calendar here : Calendar