A very merry Christmas to everyone in Wycombe.
There is a great deal in our country and in our District of which we can be rightly glad and proud, despite our present troubles. Much of this came to the fore in 2012.
Anthony Stansfeld has been elected as the Police and Crime Commissioner for the Thames Valley.
Anthony said, 'Thank you so much for everyone who took the opportunity to vote for me, I feel honoured to have been elected the first ever PCC for Thames Valley'.
Steve Baker recently hosted a group of young people from 'We Do Care' and Members of the Youth Parliament on a tour of the Houses of Parliament.
Vote for your local Conservative candidate at the Buckinghamshire County Council elections on Thursday 2nd May.
Katrina Wood (pictured) is the local choice for Hazlemere. She will help to build good working relationships amongst Parish Councillors, and ensure the residents groups work for the interests of all.
To read more about Katrina, and all our other local candidates, click on the story or picture.
Steve Baker meets local Young People, and is interviewed about sound money.
This November you have the chance to directly elect the Police & Crime Commissioner for the Thames Valley. The Conservative candidate is Anthony Stansfeld. Police Commissioner is a new job introduced by the Government to bring direct democratic accountability to England’s policing.
On Friday March 16 2012, a Question Time panel was hosted by Steven Sackur at the John Hampden Grammar School with the Bishop of Buckingham, Nigel Farage, Lord Alf Dubbs, the Independent’s Mary Dejevsky and Steve Baker. Bucks New University students filmed the event and the video is now available here.
Wycombe MP Steve Baker took the number 300 bus from High Wycombe bus station to Stoke Mandeville hospital, as if for a 10am outpatient’s appointment or a visit to see an inpatient.
Click on Read More to watch the video.
An important public consultation on the future of Wycombe Hospital began on 16 January. It is being run by Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust, which operates Wycombe Hospital. This is our chance to have our say on proposals brought forward by clinicians – doctors and others – to change how some services are provided in High Wycombe.
I know many people are deeply concerned about the range of services available in our large town, how to access services and transport in particular. I need your help to ensure Wycombe’s voice is heard.
When David Cameron became leader of the Conservative Party four and a half years ago, he made clear that the NHS was our number one priority and it has remained our priority ever since.
A crucial public consultation on the future of Wycombe Hospital began on 16 January. It is being run by Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust, which runs Wycombe Hospital. This is our chance to have our say on proposals to change how NHS services are provided in High Wycombe.