Trailblazers praised in Kings Honours

Two women with strong Buckinghamshire connections have been recognised in the King's Birthday Honours.They are Karen Bonner and Dr Olivier Chapple. Buckingham

Facing up to rules on General Election day

People are being reminded that they will need to be registered to vote and show valid photo ID at polling stations in the General Election on 4 July.This now applies to:* Local

Midnight Walkers to light the way ahead

Another Midnight Walk takes place soon at Roman Park Hall, Aylesbury.Organised by Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity, the colourful fundraising event is back by popular demand to celebrate the o

Duke's tribute to Thame's lost heroes

About 300 people saw the Duke of Gloucester visit Thame for a ceremony to mark the unveiling of an additional 30 names on the town War Memorial. The additional names were uncovered after many year

Charity's electrifying new retail recharge

Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity has invested in a new electric van for its retail operation. The charity’s 13 shops provide much-needed income for the hospice in Stoke Mandeville and the el

Volunteers working to protect wetland site

A council is working with conservation volunteers to help protect a rare remnant of precious floodplain meadow.Rycote Meadow, bordered by the Cuttle Brook on its eastern side and by Oxford Road on

Town turns tables on criminals with hi tech

Aylesbury is fighting back against crime - with the help of latest technology.In co-operation with Thames Valley Police, the town will be launching DISC free software.DISC allows businesses an

Everything's coming up roses for charity

Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity is holding another spectacular floral fundraiser this summer, with six beautiful local gardens to explore.They are in Chinnor, Oving, Haddenham and Aylesbury,