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‘A big com­mu­nity heart and spirit and the peo­ple come to­gether and sup­port each other through bad times and best times’ Mimi Harker, Chair­man of Chiltern Dis­trict Coun­cil

‘Che­sham isn’t just a town with a heart it’s a town where the heart truly beats’ Mark Shaw, county coun­cil­lor for Che­sham

‘Bucks is a great county – there’s so much to do, from vis­it­ing stately homes, loads for the kids, the­atres, cin­e­mas, great shop­ping cen­tres, some won­der­ful walks and if you need a fix of the big city, Lon­don is only 40 min­utes or less’ Sue Dor­man, sec­re­tary of Chal­font St Giles Youth Club

‘You will never find a warmer and more gen­er­ous com­mu­nity. They have al­ways sup­ported me and my char­i­ties’ Derek Lacey, Che­sham town and dis­trict coun­cil­lor

‘From the River Thames in the south to the Great Ouse, Buck­ing­hamshire has great coun­try­side to en­joy, not least the beau­ti­ful Chiltern Hills’ Pa­trick Ho­gan, Mayor of Bea­cons­field

‘A suc­cess­ful econ­omy, beau­ti­ful sur­round­ings and en­vi­ron­ment and a great sense of com­mu­nity make Buck­ing­hamshire a great place to live. Do­minic Grieve, MP for Bea­cons­field

‘Speak­ing as a South African who has re­lo­cated her fam­ily lock, stock and bar­rel, liv­ing in the ‘shires is a dream come true’ Karen Dickson, Chal­font St Peter Com­mu­nity Li­brary vol­un­teer

‘It’s got all the ameni­ties you re­quire, you’re near to Lon­don, it’s got very good school­ing, it’s an AONB, pleas­ant coun­try­side, nice walks, nice self con­tained vil­lages’ Gor­don Pa­trick, Chair­man of Chal­font St Giles Parish Coun­cil

‘Vi­brant and thriv­ing towns and vil­lages and the stan­dard of ed­u­ca­tion in our schools in Buck­ing­hamshire, with good lead­er­ship from our teach­ers and com­mit­ment from pupils and par­ents alike’ Ch­eryl Gil­lan, MP for Che­sham & Amer­sham

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