Facing a crisis before it actually happens...

A live training exercise has been staged to test how authorities respond to emergencies. The purpose of the day was to rehearse the arrangements of setting up and running an emergency rest centre.

Shakespeare back in the Limelight

Award-winning storytelling company Unbound kick-starts the 2024 Buckinghamshire Shakespeare Festival on 5-6 July with a brand-new production of one of the Bard's most incendiary plays.For

Disraeli, man and myth at Hughendon Manor

A new exhibition at Hughenden Manor has opened.It explores how Victorian Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli carefully curated his own image and used Hughenden as stage and backdrop for creating his

Confident Futures Skills Show

The Confident Futures Skills Show is Buckinghamshire's most exciting experiential careers event aimed at young people and career seekers with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) or those

Charity lends ear to theatre's plight

A grant from Haddenham Beer Festivals Trust has added valuable new sound equipment for shows at the Players Theatre. It is all part of a project to improve the theatre's sound quality, which had b

Youth have their say

Youngsters have united to discuss the biggest issues of the day at the Bucks Youth Summit.Nearly 200 young people from secondary schools and youth groups in the county attended the event at Aylesb

New 'treasures' on show at Cliveden

Cliveden House guided tours are now available, with two spectacular new features to watch out for.After years of work behind the scenes, a replica of the Minton Medusa is now on display in the ent

Events get cash boost

Aylesbury residents are being encouraged to apply for funds through its Community Event Fund. The funding, from the town council’s communities committee, aims to support a wide range of locally

Dig in for a healthy state of mind

A theatre show promoting the benefits of gardening for mental health is being hosted in nine libraries across the county.The Head Gardener show features the story of brothers Jake and Warren Older

Community centres to get new lease of life

Four community centres have been saved, thanks to action from Aylesbury Town Council.It has agreed to buy Aylesbury Railway Club to preserve it as a community facility, as well as agreeing to take