Boys and girls come out to play (and adults)

Communities across Bucks are being invited to come out to play.They can take advantage of a scheme which highlights the importance of outdoor play and encourages neighbours to spend time socialisi

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

Cash in on some free financial advice

New money coaching sessions are taking place in Thame this month.Run by Christians Against Poverty, it is a free course that will help people to be in control of their money. They will give people

Day of the robots

The future has become the present for Buckinghamshire Council, which is working alongside Microsoft to improve the way it works.What is AI?AI is a form of computer technology th

Bank on a pop-up

Barclays will be hosting a pop-up shop in Thame's Tuesday Charter Market.The dates are as follows: * Tuesday 24 October;* Tuesday 7 November;* Tuesday 21 November;* Tuesda

Rural rush for hi-tech

Hundreds of rural towns and villages in Bucks are now connected to faster broadband, thanks to a government grant.The Bucks Rural Business Broadband project is now complete, says Buckinghamshire C

Scourge of the scammers

Trading Standards is offering vulnerable people a free device that blocks scam calls.The

Planning in overdrive

A government minister has visited Buckinghamshire to see how the council is trialling innovative digital tools aimed at speeding up the planning process.

'Reborn' library plans

Residents have now viewed plans for the transformation of Wendover Community Library into a community hub for the town.Th

Results crunch time

More than 4,000 pupils across Buckinghamshire have received their exam results - the first formally sat exams since 2019.