'Wilding' of grass spaces

Council workmen and women are striking a careful balance with grass cutting - keeping road junctions clear but also allowing wild flowers to flourish in suitable areas.

Dig into food scheme

‘Grow to Give’, a community food initiative providing fresh, locally grown food to food banks and community fridges across Buckinghamshire, is doing its bit for the county

Massive tree planting plan gets the green light

Next steps of an ambitious programme to plant a tree for every Buckinghamshire resident have moved a step closer to reality after plans were agreed.The large-scale pla

Ancient trees protected

Burnham Beeches has woodland that dates from the Iron Age with trees that are hundreds of years old. It has been designated a special area of conservation and will be furt

Go crackers with recycling

Household recycling centres in Buckinghamshire will only close on Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s day. All other

Parks flagged up

Six town parks in Buckinghamshire have been awarded the prestigious Green Flag Award for excellence in management – marking them out as some of the best maintained spaces in

Waste site times

Buckinghamshire Council's nine household recycling centres switch to winter opening hours on Thursday, 1 October. They are 9am to 4pm.

Waste service changes

In this unprecedented situation with coronavirus Aylesbury Vale District Council is having to look at prioritising some services.

Waddesdon opening delayed

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

Gardens on show

Rennie Grove Hospice Care is inviting people across Bucks and Herts who take pride in their garden to consider opening it up and helping the charity to raise funds for local p

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