Down to earth with another 193,000 trees

More than 193,000 trees have been planted in Bucks in the past three years.Buckinghamshire Council celebrated the milestone on Earth Day this week.Thomas Broom, the council’s cabinet member

Gardening awards growing closer

Aylesbury gardeners are busy digging into their biggest challenge of the year.The Aylesbury in Bloom Garden Competition returns this springtime, inviting gardeners of all skill levels to showcase

Anger over 'brutal' HS2 axeing of woodland

HS2's imminent destruction of ancient woodland has been described as 'brutal' and 'a kick in the teeth' for Buckinghamshire people.Councillor Peter Martin, Buckinghamshire Council’s Deputy Cabin

Praise for crews as storms wreak havoc

High winds, torrential rain and freezing temperatures have been keeping highways teams extra busy this winter.It is all part of the job for the experienced crews whose aim is to keep Bucks safe an

'Green umbrella' sheltering the county

The Bucks Tree Mission is literally turning over a new leaf as more and more planting continues county-wide.Buckinghamshire Council aims to plant half a million new trees - one for every resident

Top parks flagged up

Six Buckinghamshire parks have received prestigious Green Flag Awards, reflecting their status as some of the best of their kind nationwide.They are: Vale Park and Bedgrove Park in Aylesbury; The

Bucks branches out

Big progress has been made in the Bucks Tree Mission, with more than 145,000 planted since October last year.The ov

Bid to save woodland

A tree preservation order has been made in a bid to protect ancient woodland in Bucks from 'brutal action' by HS2.Sheephouse Wood is a 141-acre biological Site of Special S

Wing's green scene

Plans to plant a new woodland in Wing have been given the green light in a joint project between Forestry England and Buckinghamshire Council.

More trees, please

Chiltern Rangers will be hosting nine days of tree planting events. These will see more than 4,000 trees, hedgerow plants, native bulbs and wildflowers planted as part of a