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Do you have views about the way Bucks County Council should allocate its spending on our behalf? What are the priority services as far as you are concerned?

This week the County Council launched its budget consultation process for 2017-18.

They would like to encourage as many people as possible to take part in this consultation as the results will feed into the budget setting process in the New Year and will help steer spending priorities going forward.

This year's consultation is quick and easy to complete. Simply go to the Bucks CC website and click on the Take Part button

The survey will run until Sunday 8th January.

Those without internet access can still take part by visiting the community library and making use of the free computer access there.

For further information, if required, contact Ann-Marie Poulton via Email: ampoulton@buckscc.gov.uk or Telephone: 01296 383593.

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