Buckingham Town Council is the local Council for the town of Buckingham in the County of Buckinghamshire. The Town Council provides a wide range of services and facilities including the cemetery, parks and green spaces, allotments and many others.
Buckingham Town Council conducts the majority of business through Full Council, four main Committees and several Sub-Committees, meeting on a regular basis throughout the year.
The Council is made up of 17 elected councillors from four wards in Buckingham, with eight councillors for Buckingham South, seven councillors for Buckingham North and one each for the wards of Fishers Field and Highlands & Watchcroft.
Buckingham also has a Youth Council, comprising of young people who live in or attend school in Buckingham. They meet regularly to discuss issues that are important to the young people of Buckingham.
Buckingham has won the county’s Best Kept Town award on several occasions
(Picture courtesy Brian Simonds)