Funding with real heart

Heart of Bucks has awarded a record-breaking £1.5m in funding across the county to nearly 700 charities, community groups and individuals.

New war on litter

People are being urged to keep the county clean, tidy and safe as traders get down to business.Buckinghamshire's town cen

Bucks flags at half mast

Buckinghamshire Council has sent its 'deepest condolences' to the royal family on behalf of the county after the death of The Duke of Edinburgh (pictured).

Floods fight cash boost

Bucks is to get a major chunk of government funding to spend on major projects to prevent and alleviate incidents caused by groundwater flooding.

Bookworms rejoice

Buckinghamshire library staff will reopen their doors and welcome customers back from Monday, 12 April.All the libraries

Car parks boost on big day

With thousands of Bucks businesses looking forward to opening their doors again on Monday (12 April), Buckinghamshire Council is offering free parking in its car parks from th

Cookery: The Italian job

Wannabe cooks can bring the taste of Italy to their kitchen by joining a virtual masterclass with a professional chef.Organised by an Aylesbury-based virtual MS team from

Phone scammers alert

Scammers phoned a resident by phone earlier this month, pretending to be a local councillor. They told the resident that several banks in Princes Risborough (pictured) were du

'Eco' school moves closer

Plans for a new school on the Kingsbrook development, to the east of Aylesbury, are moving closer.It comes with the help

Businesses are all heart

Heart of Bucks has awarded the first grant from its Community Investor fund to Wycombe Wanderers Sports and Education Trust.

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