Coronavirus: Help in Buckingham

For up to date guidance about Coronavirus visit the government website.

January 2022 update:

  • Get vaccinated and get your booster dose
  • Wear a face covering in most indoor public places and on public transport
  • Work from home, if you can
  • Let fresh air in if you meet indoors. Meeting outdoors is safer
  • Get tested and self-isolate if required

The government has a more detailed guide about what the changes mean for local people on their website.

Buckingham is a great community: many groups have come together to try and work out how they can help residents in need of support. Below we have compiled local information guides, both for those who are in need of help and for those who are interested in volunteering.

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Visit our Coronavirus: volunteer page to find out more about opportunities to support our community, locally and nationally.

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For a summary of help available, from local offers to national schemes, please visit our Coronavirus: if you need help page.

Shops and services in Buckingham

Please continue to support our local shops, restaurants and businesses many of whom have had a very difficult two years. Don't forget to wear a mask if you can, respect social distancing and wash your hands.

The Town Council Office is closed to visitors but most staff are working from home. The Tourist Information Centre, Lace Hill Centre and Shopmobility are open but currently running differently.

For more information about services run by Buckinghamshire Council, including buses, please check the Buckinghamshire Council page.

Parks and public spaces

Play areas, multi-use games area (MUGAs) and outdoor gym equipment are all now open!

Our green spaces staff are out and about working as normal. To keep them safe and well, please do not approach them. If you have a query, please contact the town council office and keep your distance from the green spaces team while they are working.