Forget Me Knot on Mondays!

The Forget Me Knot Cafe's Monday morning session at Chinnor Village Centre (pictured) is to provide information, peer support and fun activities. They are  aimed to help with co-ordination, brain

£5k to boost alpacas project for young

Young people with learning difficulties will be taught how to make money by selling alpaca droppings and farm fresh eggs, thanks to a grant from Buckinghamshire County Council.

Tickets ballot for Flame Ceremony

Organisers of the Paralympics Heritage Flame ceremony at Stoke Mandeville Stadium on September 2nd are urging people to enter the ballot for tickets.

Hero award for community champ Tina

Buckinghamshire Community Champion Tina Stewart is the unassuming winner of a national Hero Award.Despite her life-long battle with cerebral palsy, 47-year-old Tina has quietly

Paralympics flame lighting ceremony

Stoke Mandeville is to host the Paralympic Heritage Flame Lighting Ceremony on Friday September 2nd ahead of the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games. The flame lighting ceremony wil

Care homes report

Healthwatch Bucks have visited 20 care homes across the county in the past nine months using special powers, and reported on the levels of dignity and respect given to resident

Paralympic flame burns on

A Heritage Flame will once again burst into life at Stoke Mandeville Stadium this September, to celebrate the launch of the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.Following its support fo

Athletes share £5k funding

Five local athletes are celebrating this week, having each received a share of £5,000 in funding from Aylesbury Vale District Council. The funds will be used to help buy sports equipment and to cove

Spinal Injuries Centre's windfall

The National Spinal Injuries Centre at Stoke Mandeville Hospital has received a donation of £49,449 from the contractor and property developer Willmott Dixon, the company beh

Travel service for disabled

The Haddenham Community Vehicle service has been set up to encourage more social interaction for those who find themselves isolated by their disability. In this case it means any condition that makes