Buckinghamshire County Council inspect roads, footways, public rights of way and streetlights regularly in line with their policies. However, sometimes problems occur and anyone concerned about the condition of any of these can report using the following link: Transport for Bucks
A Post Office service is available in the Thornborough Village Hall from 2:00pm - 4:00pm every Wednesday. Outside these hours there are many other local Post Offices, a list is available from this link: Post Office Branch Finder.
The Buckinghamshire County Council mobile library visits both Thornborough and Thornhill on a Thursday every 4-5 weeks.
Dates after this time will be published on the Buckinghamshire County Council website available from this link: Mobile Library Timetables.
Buckinghamshire County Council's Transport for Buckinghamshire have a webpage where any transport issues can be easily and quickly reported using this link including:
- other highway defects
- rights of way problems
Thornborough is served by the 151 bus operated under contract to Buckinghamshire County Council by Redline Buses. This provides Monday to Friday shopping services to and from Buckingham on the Akeley - Buckingham – Thornborough route. The complete timetable is available from the following link: Redline Buses route 151.
The X5 service runs seven days a week between Oxford and Cambridge via Buckingham, Milton Keynes and Bedford. The bus stops in Buckingham can be viewed from the following link: Buckingham X5 stops and the complete timetable is available from the following link: Stagecoach Bus X5.
Thornborough parish sits within the Thames Valley Police Buckingham District area, details of which can be viewed using the link provided. The Thornborough Parish Police Community Support Officer (PCSO) is:
Buckingham District Neighbourhood Policing Team
Buckingham Police Base
Unit 12, Swan Business Park
Osier Way, Buckingham, MK18 1TB
Information about the Old Stratford and Buckingham Arms of the Grand Union Canal together with the aims and objectives of the Buckingham Canal Society can be accessed from the link above.
The Environment Agency also provides a useful leaflet called Living On The Edge which can be accessed by clicking on the link shown.
Online gauges show the current river levels and are automatically updated every hour from Environment Agency stations. More information on the stations shown, including their location, is also available at the relevant entries on the UK River Levels website:
Working with and for the older people of the county, Age UK Buckinghamshire is a local, autonomous charity which helps provide older people with services, information and support which can be accessed using the link above.
The Planning Portal is the UK Government's online planning and building regulations resource for England and Wales.