Laptops bonanza

Staff at Buckinghamshire Council have been working hard to prepare 850 laptops provided by the government to be ready to distribute to vulnerable pupils across Buckinghamshire

Book in!

Buckinghamshire residents will be able to return borrowed books to most libraries from Monday, June 22. On the same day,

A vintage Christmas

With less than 16 weeks to go, Father Christmas has found time to take up residence again at Bletchley Park’s Vintage 1940s Grotto - the former top-secret home of Britain’s World War Two codebreak

Voter forms plea

A council is sending out annual voter registration forms during the next few weeks, asking residents to respond as quickly as possible in order to help save taxpayers’ money.From Tuesday 6 Aug

Hire a Hublet

People can now hire out their own tablet at Aylesbury Library. ‘Hublets’ are Samsung Galaxy tablets which customers can borrow for use within the library. All visitors need is a Buckinghamsh

Social media: No sweat

Described as 'No perspiration, just 100% inspiration', a free event for professionals and businesses has been organised to help people maximise social media and website security.Oliver Myles Mark

Book a place!

The newly refurbished Aylesbury Library is opening its doors – and the county council want people to come to a fun-packed family day from 11am on Saturday January 26 to help celebrate the occasion.

Museum cash boost

Bucks County Museum Trust is to receive an award of £200,000 from the DCMS/Wolfson Museums and Galleries Improvements Fund to develop new permanent galleries about the Story of Buckinghamshire.T

RingGo to star?

Transport for Buckinghamshire will be trialling the RingGo pay-by-phone system in Aylesbury town centre

Virtual parking is here

Transport for Buckinghamshire is to launch ‘virtual permits’ for on-street parking and onl