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

Some half-term fun without cost pain

With half-term fast approaching, many families will be planning fun activities during the week-long school holiday. There are plenty of activities and events in Bucks and many are either free or low c

Get in on the act

For those who have never trodden the boards, a special treat.Thame Players are throwing the doors wide open On Saturday 27 January to welcome everyone curious about how it is all done to come and

Barely believable support act

The cast of The Full Monty visited the Waterside Theatre to support a special appeal in aid of Aylesbury Foodbank. Audiences who visit in November are being encouraged to bring any non-perishable

Lighting up Christmas

People young and old can jingle all the way to Aylesbury’s Town Centre on Saturday 26 November to mark the beginning of the Christmas season.Aylesbury Town Council has organised a free afternoon

A good job, too

The second Buckinghamshire Council Jobs and Apprenticeships Fair saw more than 400 people come through the doors of the Elgiva Theatre, in Chesham.They met over 25 exhibitors promoting jobs and ap