Public Notices


This page contains details of current news or notices:

 New NHS Advice Contact No.

A new NHS service has been introduced to make it easier for you to contact local healthcare services. The 'phone number is just 111.  It is for when you need advice fast, but it does not replace the emergency 999 service.

Click here to see more details.


The New Police Contact Number

The contact no. for serious, but non-emergency or life-threatening, situations has recently changed to 101.

Click here to see more details.


Better Healthcare in Bucks - further public meeting

The NHS in Buckinghamshire is proud of its services. We want to continue to provide safe, high quality services which give local people a good patient experience, and which we can maintain into the future. Over the past year, local doctors have developed a set of proposals to help us achieve these aims, through the Better Healthcare in Bucks programme. Our public consultation, which was launched on January 16, closes on April 16. We are running a further public meeting in High Wycombe and you are invited to join us.

Tuesday 3 April 6.30pm-8pm  Events’ Hall, Bucks New University

High Wycombe Campus
Queen Alexandra Road
High Wycombe HP11 2JZ

(parking for up to 150 cars available on site)

For more information: or ring 01494 552 256.

Helen Peggs

Project Director

(Patient Information and Reconfiguration)

NHS Buckinghamshire & Oxfordshire Cluster

Floor 3 Rapid House

40 Oxford Road

High Wycombe

HP11 2EE

01494 555 527



Grange SIte Development

Click here for a report on the recent CDC meeting where the Grange site development plan was approved:

Grange Site Development Decision


Bucks Hospitals NHS Trust Community Consultations.

This body is holding a series of public consultations and further details may be found on this website:


Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman

They exist to provide a service to the public by undertaking independent investigations into complaints that government departments, a range of other public bodies in the UK , and the NHS in England have not acted properly or fairly or have provided a poor service.

They work to put things right where we can and to share lessons learned to improve public services.

They are a free service open to everyone.

Helpline 0345 015 4033 Open 08 30 to 17 30 Mon – Fri. This number costs the same as to a regular UK landline

Or you can go via their website


 Local Market News

The Friday Market in the Church Hall has, in response to requests, decided on an addional outing once a month on a Saturday, which will be the 13th November and 4th December this year. All the usual iterms such as Books, fishing tackle, jewellery, pet food and accessories, household items and gift cards and wrap will be there for your convenience..


White Hart Pub

White Hart Pub ......Maureen Marsh