New Lord-Lieutenant voices audio version of Buckingham newsletter

With two Royal Charters, Buckingham has a long history with the Royal Family that continues to this day. Buckingham Town Council has therefore been delighted to welcome the new Lord-Lieutenant of Buckinghamshire, Countess Howe, to her role with an invitation to record the audio version of the Buckingham Town Matters Newsletter, Summer 2021.

Countess Howe, who was bought up in Buckinghamshire, was appointed by Her Majesty The Queen to be her personal representative in the County in November 2020.

The Summer edition of the newsletter was a particularly fitting choice as printed on the cover is a hand painted map of Buckinghamshire, overlaid with the Chiltern Gentian, the county flower of Buckinghamshire. The art piece was one of four winners of Buckingham’s wildflower art contest and was painted by Carmen Carreira-Avery.

Lady Howe said “Part of my role as Her Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant is supporting the Monarch in celebrating Buckinghamshire. This includes its businesses and charitable organisations, its history and culture and meeting the people who make this such a special place to live. It has been difficult to do this in the usual way during this COVID period and so voicing the Summer 2021 edition of the Buckingham Town Matters Newsletter was a real pleasure.”


Buckingham Town Matters Summer 2021 Newsletter

The Summer edition of the Buckingham Town Matters newsletter is now out for delivery and will be with residents soon. This edition includes articles on the new Buckingham Town Council Councillors, what the Council achieved 2020-2021, land grabbing and tree damage, climate emergency action plan, future events including the upcoming Fringe Week and grants awarded to local non-commercial groups.

If you prefer to listen to your local updates, try our audio version. This edition is read by Lord Lieutenant of Buckinghamshire, Countess Howe.


We hope you enjoy and make sure to keep an eye out for updates on the next edition; Autumn 2021.