Oct 042017
 

Chiltern and Wycombe District Councils have closed the COCK LANE Recycling Centre,  all the large bins have been removed.

Their advice is to recycle at home using the weekly/fortnightly collections or take your goods to the other centres.

more information on these centres

https://www.wycombe.gov.uk/pages/Waste-and-recycling/Recycling-centres/Recycling-centres.aspx#Wycombe

http://www.chiltern.gov.uk/recyclingcentres

 

Sep 222017
 

On 18 September 2017, the proposed submission Local Plan was considered by Wycombe District Council Cabinet. They agreed that the Local Plan should be recommended for statutory consultation and then be submitted to the Planning Inspectorate/Government for Examination.

On the Cabinet’s recommendation, the Local Plan will now be taken forward to the next meeting of the full Council, which will take place on 9 October. Depending on the outcome of this decision, it is expected that the public consultation will take place. The consultation will run from 16 October to 27 November.

When we receive more information we will update this notice

A copy of the report to Cabinet and the Local Plan and update (‘supplement’) as considered by Cabinet on the page for the 18 September Cabinet is available on the WDC website (agenda item 4, appendix 2): https://councillors.wycombe.gov.uk/ieListDocuments.aspx?CId=118&MId=5850

Evidence supporting the Local Plan may be viewed on the following page: https://www.wycombe.gov.uk/pages/Planning-and-building-control/New-local-plan/New-local-plan-publication-version-supporting-evidence.aspx

Sep 202017
 

Three district councils in partnership with Buckinghamshire County Council are working collaboratively to increase food waste recycling. Households in Chiltern, South Bucks and Wycombe districts with a food recycling service will soon receive an information pack about the benefits of food recycling, including introductory rolls of plastic bags to line kitchen caddies. read more

At the same time, yellow stickers are being placed on rubbish bins to encourage residents to separate and recycle food waste.

The councils now accept food waste wrapped in plastic bags and newspaper. The idea is to make this service easy and convenient, by using bags you would find around the home. And, with weekly food waste collections food isn’t lingering in the rubbish bin for two weeks.

Recycling your food waste has two environmental benefits. Firstly the gases produced during reprocessing create energy. Secondly the residue from this process produces fertiliser used in agriculture.

This activity coincides with National Recycling Week 25th September – 1st October

The Fighting Food Waste project is fully funded by DCLG and managed by the Buckinghamshire Waste Partnership. The project aims to encourage residents to recycle as much of their unavoidable food waste as they can, and reduce as much avoidable food waste as possible.

for more information visit the Council websites:

www.recycleforbuckinghamshire.co.uk

www.chiltern.gov.uk/foodbin            www.chiltern.gov.uk/whatgoesinmybins

www.southbucks.gov.uk/foodbin     www.southbucks.gov.uk/whatgoesinmybins

www.wycombe.gov.uk/foodwaste

 

 

 

Sep 152017
 

The festival invites experienced and novice walkers alike to explore the landscapes, locations and legends of The Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. There is a fantastic selection of 70 walks and events which are now live and bookable on-line.

Highlights include:

  • A fascinating walk taking in Chequers and The Ridgeway National Trail, combined with meeting the local farmer, refreshments and a visit to Buckmoorend Farm Shop.
  • A private tour of the Lacey Green windmill restored by the Chiltern Society, followed by a beautiful circular walk around the Lacey Green area with stunning views, passing through quiet valleys.
  • Brakspear beer, beechwoods and brewing walk through classic beech woodlands and along ancient drovers routes followed by a free tour of the micro-brewery at the end of the walk
  • Meander through the Chiltern Open Air Museum’s woodland landscape, learning more about the Museum’s hidden meadow, and exploring the Museum and its rescued historic buildings.
  • A series of three HS2 walks – in Wendover, Misbourne and Denham – offering walkers the opportunity to view this part of the Central Chilterns landscape before it changes forever.
  • Sketching walks led by a wildlife artist and Countryside Officer

Click here for more information and to book walks or find us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/ChilternsWalkingFestival

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