Flooding: Be prepared

Communities across the Chiltern Hills should be prepared for groundwater flooding, warns Buckinghamshire Council.Residents can check their risk on the government website. The council says that if

Get in on the act

For those who have never trodden the boards, a special treat.Thame Players are throwing the doors wide open On Saturday 27 January to welcome everyone curious about how it is all done to come and

A lesson in careers

An event is taking place this month, aiming to attract more teachers to the profession.Teach in Bucks Recruitment Fair is a must for anyone thinking about a new career in teaching. Teaching can be

A good job, too

The second Buckinghamshire Council Jobs and Apprenticeships Fair saw more than 400 people come through the doors of the Elgiva Theatre, in Chesham.They met over 25 exhibitors promoting jobs and ap

Rural firms cash boost

A Bucks Rural Business Grant fund has been launched, aiming to provide crucial support to small rural businesses in the county.The initiative, made possible through the Government’s Rural Englan

Match-making volunteers

Recent research has found that 50 per cent of people who do not currently volunteer in Buckinghamshire say they would be more likely to do so if they could do so from home, or locally.Many local c

A hole lot better

Meet the three-in-one pothole beater that will be applauded by drivers all over Bucks.Used by many councils acros

Interviews a class apart

Mandeville School in Aylesbury has been given a helping hand to conduct workshops in writing CVs and job interview training.

Pupils' global role

Around 100 pupils from eight different secondary schools across Buckinghamshire have swapped their classrooms for the conference room.They took part in a live action role

Go forth and multiply

Buckinghamshire Adult Learning has been taking its Multiply Bus on the road to publicise free courses available to help people improve their numeracy skills.