HIGH Wycombe’s Community Board will meet for the first time since being created later this week.

The High Wycombe board is one of 16 set up across the county following the merging of four district councils and the county council to create Buckinghamshire Council.

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They were set up to enable Buckinghamshire councillors to make recommendations on and find solutions to hyperlocal issues.

The first round of the community board meetings kicked off last week when the Buckingham and Villages Board met.

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Thursday evening will see High Wycombe councillors come together for the inaugural meeting of their board.

Their agenda includes:

  • A discussion on the board’s vision
  • A debate on how coronavirus has affected the town
  • A presentation on High Wycombe’s business and public health profiles
  • A discussion about what the board’s priorities should be going forward.

The meeting will get underway at 6.30pm on Thursday, July 16 and can be viewed.

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Boards meet five times a year and are supposed to be open to the public, but it is unclear if virtual meeting measures will be put in place for this session.

Beaconsfield and Chepping Wye’s board met last week, but South West Chiltern’s group will meet tonight (Monday, July 13) from 7.30pm.