Please do not feed the Red Kites

The Chilterns Conservation Board urges the public not to feed red kites. They should be left to feed naturally in the wider countryside, thus enabling them to find a naturally sustainable level.

Red kites can survive well in the Chilterns without artificial feeding, so it is not necessary to supplement their diet. It is feared that providing too much additional food can prevent the population from spreading naturally and cause the birds to cluster in large numbers where food is offered.

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Climate Emergency Statement

TPC is very aware of the current climate emergency and will endeavor to take the emergency into consideration when making future decision on subjects and issues as they arise.

The Council unanimously agreed not to declare a climate emergency at the September 2019 meeting, due to a lack of information as to what a declaration would mean in the future.

OCC – Fix My Street

Please can we ask that everyone uses FIX MY STREET to report road / lighting / pavement issues. The more reports they get the more chance we have in the parish of receiving some help. Please download the App on your mobile phone (go to your app store – its free)

Each road issue you see – pot hole, street light error, pavement damage etc etc can be reported via Fix My Street.

All of these stats go direct to Central Government so it is in the best interest of OCC Highways to get issues repaired and resolved quickly.
Multiple reports of any issue are fine – especially if pictures of the issue are attached to your report.

Please use this application to ensure our streets are repaired as they should be and maintained to a good safety.