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Are you involved in a voluntary capacity assisting or running a community group?

If so, the Community Engagement & Development of Bucks County Council would like to hear from you.

They are keen to be sure as many of Bucks' Voluntary and Community Groups in Bucks have the opportunity to consider and give voice to their future support plans for the coming years.

If you are able to spare some time to offer your views, they would welcome your input.

Please click here and share your views with them.

Kyle Banks
Project Manager
Community Engagement & Development (CED)
Communities, Health and Adult Social Care
Buckinghamshire County Council
6th Floor, New County Hall
Walton Street
Aylesbury HP20 1UA

Tel: 01296 383570
Mob: 07917 210597
Email: kylebanks@buckscc.gov.uk

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