Bin lorry crews on their bike

Aylesbury Vale District Council’s (AVDC) bin lorry drivers have hit the road on bikes to get a different driving perspective to help maintain their high standards of roa

Rowing legend honoured

Rowing legend Sir Steve Redgrave CBE was given a special honour at a glittering sports awards night. He took centre stage as nearly 300 people g

Winter driving workshop

Transport for Buckinghamshire (TfB) is busy preparing for the winter weather and one of the services offered to residents is the opportunity to attend a free winter driving workshop to gain the

Another gold for Olympic hero!

Team GB gymnast Max Whitlock was in Aylesbury this week to collect his stunning limited-edition Gold Nissan Leaf, after striking double gold at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.Aylesbury Nissan, in Bice

'Role model' Helen shortlisted for award

A colourful County Council employee who spearheaded a pioneering scheme which helps disabled youngsters stay in education has been shortlisted for a national paper's Public Servant of the Year award.

New Yorkers' paper mill visit

Nine US students travelling as part of their course on the chemistry of art, led by their three professors, came to see for themselves the birthplace of today’s global mechanical papermaking i

Royal event for blind veteran Harry

A great-grandfather and blind veteran from Buckinghamshire has been invited to attend the Patron’s Lunch to celebrate the 90th birthday of Her Maje

Rally driver's uni link

Buckinghamshire’s Steve Hill, a hot contender for a top spot in the 2016 British Rallycross Championship has announced an alliance with Oxford Brookes University’s Department of Mechanical Enginee

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

Ding-dong time

People from Stone and Dinton parishes have been invited to join the bellringers at Dinton - and help keep an age-old tradition alive. Andrew Wild, the tower captain from Dinton, has said that Dinton