Focus on Black History

To help celebrate October's Black History Month, Buckinghamshire libraries have been working with a local arts and heritage community organisation to compile exhibitions at f

Museum cash float

Bucks Museum has received a Heritage Emergency Fund grant from The National Lottery Heritage Fund to help it transform and adapt during the pandemic.

Shop window on art

This year has been one of isolation. Lockdown life has meant that those desperate for a touch of culture have had to resort to watching plays on YouTube, tuning in for Grayson

A jumbo collection

Council Chairman Richard Scott has become the latest person to nominate an object for Buckinghamshire Culture’s Bucks in 100 Objects campaign - a wind-up elephant automaton

Chilfest screen scene

Organisers of Tring’s annual music festival, Chilfest, launch a series of outdoor cinema events this weekend.Following the difficult decision to cancel the main fest

Waddesdon opening delayed

Waddesdon Manor has postponed opening the house and exhibitions to meet government recommendations to minimise transmission of the coronavirus (Covid-19).

Art show fund booster

A Wendover-based charity hosted its annual art exhibition and showcased a huge range of work from over 90 artists.  Visitors were treated to watercolours, acrylics, prints, j

Murderous verdict

Thame Town Council is disappointed to hear that the planning inspectorate has dismissed an appeal for commemorative plaques denoting the use of six listed buildings in Thame a

Fest full of fizz

Aylesbury Vale District Council is welcoming family favourite authors and illustrators to join them at WhizzFizzFest 2020, the town's annual family-friendly literary and arts

Joe's extravaganza

An 'audio visual extravaganza' is promised by vocalist Joe Payne when he visits the his home town of Tring to entertain at the David Evans Court Theatre.

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