Accessible Buckingham

Welcome to Buckingham Town Council’s Accessible Buckingham page. Here you can find information on disabled access in the town centre including details of the Shopmobility service.
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Shopmobility

Buckingham Shopmobility Service is a free scheme that allows anyone with a mobility problem, whether temporary or permanent, not just Blue Badge Holders, to get out and about in Buckingham town centre. There are allocated free parking spaces for Shopmobility users, next to the Shopmobility building. We have electric mobility scooters and manual wheelchairs.

The service is sponsored by Buckingham Town Council and is free for anyone who wishes to shop or sight-see in Buckingham town centre.

The wheelchairs can be folded for loading into a vehicle for home use, hospital appointments, visits to local events and places of interest.

Open: Tuesday 9.30am to 3.30pm, Saturday from 9:00am to 1pm, Closed Bank Holidays.

Buckingham Shopmobility
Cornwall’s Meadow Car Park
Buckingham
MK18 1RP
07738 314 027

Click here for further information

Disabled Go

DisabledGo are working with Buckingham Town Council to provide disabled access information to the area with access guides to 100 venues including shops, restaurants, hotels and parks. Click here to go to the Buckingham Disabled Go webpage.

 

Publications

Welcome to Buckingham Town Council’s Publications page. Here you can download the Town Council’s current and past publications, including copies of the quarterly produced ‘Buckingham Town Matters’ newsletters. piblications

What we do

The Town Council undertakes to provide a wide range of services and facilities encompassing the cemetery, parks, markets, events and many others. This is provided through the work of the Town Councillors and the hard working staff of the Town Council.button1
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Other Websites

Other local councils and services

Communities and Local Government

Thames Valley Police

Website of the UK Government

Aylesbury Vale District Council

Buckinghamshire County Council

Aylesbury Vale Association of Local Councils (AVALC)

National Association of local councils (NALC)

Supported by Buckingham Town Council

The Buckingham Society

The Christmas Parade

Buckingham Twinning Association

The Old Gaol Museum

Buckingham Tourist Information

The Film Place

Buckingham Tennis Club

Chandos Park Bowls Club

Local to Buckingham Organisations

Buckingham Community Pantomime

Buckingham Table

Buckingham University

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The Town Council liaises with the other local councils; Aylesbury Vale District Council and Buckinghamshire County Council. A summary of what your three local councils are responsible for is viewable here.

Buckingham Town Council Staff

Members of staff can be contacted on the email addresses given below or by:
Phone:01280 816 426
Post: Buckingham Town Council, The Buckingham Centre,  Verney Close, Buckingham. MK18 1JP

Mr Christopher Wayman
Town Clerk

Has overall responsibility for conducting the business of the Council and advising the Council.
townclerk@buckingham-tc.gov.uk
Ms Claire Childs
Deputy Town Clerk
Supports the Town Clerk with Human Resources issues, payroll & pensions. Oversees the Lace Hill Sports & Community Centre and the Market.
deputytownclerk@buckingham-tc.gov.uk
Ms Amanda Brubaker
Events Co-ordinator

Works with the Town Centre and Events Committee and organises the town’s events programme.
events@buckingham-tc.gov.uk
Mrs Katharine McElligott
Planning Officer

Main admin support for the Town Clerk and is Clerk to the Planning Committee.
planning@buckingham-tc.gov.uk
Miss Eloise-Mary Medland
General Administrator

Takes care of general administration for the Council offices and co-ordinates the production of Buckingham Town Matters.
admin@buckingham-tc.gov.uk
Mrs Jodie Baughan
Finance Officer

Maintains accounts and budgets for the Council. In partnership with the Deputy Town Clerk, oversees Payroll & Pensions.
accounts@buckingham-tc.gov.uk
Mrs Nina Stockill
Committee Clerk

Clerks meetings of the Council’s Committees and liaises with Committee Chairmen to ensure that the minutes reflect an accurate record of the Meetings of Buckingham Town Council.
committeeclerk@buckingham-tc.gov.uk
Mr Lee Phillips,
Estates Manager
Looks after the Green Spaces and manages the Grounds Maintenance Team. Responsible for the management of the Brackley Road Cemetery.
estates@buckingham-tc.gov.uk
Mr Ian Saunders
Ground Maintenance Supervisor
Arranges the workload of the Grounds Maintenance team and makes “on the ground” decisions while out on site. greenspaces@buckingham-tc.gov.uk
Mr Craig Calder
Grounds Maintenance
Carries out general maintenance on play areas, parks and cemeteries, ensures that equipment is safe for use and facilities are Health and Safety compliant.
greenspaces@buckingham-tc.gov.uk
Mr Roy Calder
Grounds Maintenance
Carries out general maintenance on play areas, parks and cemeteries, ensures that equipment is safe for use and facilities are Health and Safety compliant.
greenspaces@buckingham-tc.gov.uk
Mrs Sam Hoareau
Lace Hill Co-ordinator
Co-ordinates bookings for the Lace Hill Community & Sports Centre.
lacehillcentre@buckingham-tc.gov.uk
Mr Steve Staley
Market Manager
Manages the market on behalf of the Town Council. Ensures that all traders are operating safely and that all rules and regulations laid down are adhered to.
Ms Sue Rossforth
Shopmobility Officer

Buckingham Shopmobility
Cornwall’s Meadow Car Park
Buckingham
MK18 1RP
Mrs Barbra Farmer, Mace Bearer
Mr Russell Cross,Town Crier

Buckingham Town Council,
The Buckingham Centre,
Verney Close
Buckingham
MK18 1JP

Current Vacancies

Community Centre Assistant/ Caretaker
Application Pack
Application Form
E&D Monitoring Form

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