Midsomer marches back

This month sees the return of the Midsomer guided walking tours of Thame for the first time since last year. Normally the

Murderous verdict

Thame Town Council is disappointed to hear that the planning inspectorate has dismissed an appeal for commemorative plaques denoting the use of six listed buildings in Thame a

Putting town on the map

A network of signs has been installed to help people find their way around Aylesbury town centre.Seven information pillar

The sky's the limit

Tring businesswoman Alison Page raised £1,000 for the 40th anniversary of the Hospice of St Francis and celebrated with a special cake. It showcased her charity skydive and the 10th

Sunflower scheme

The Waterside Theatre has announced its support of the Sunflower Lanyard scheme as part of its commitment to accessibility and theatre for all. Launching to coincide with t

Celebrating India

Oxfordshire Bicester Village welcomed VIP guests and press to the launch of ‘Celebrating India’, an exciting new pop-up showcasing designers changing the face of modern Indian.Designers includ

Music to our ears

Shops may come and go but some of Aylesbury’s smaller outlets are still in there and fighting the current High Street slump.Well known names such as Toys R Us, Maplin, Debenhams, House of Fraser

Winning over the Dragons

Five teams from a Wendover school studying business have pitched ideas to professionals in Metro Bank’s “Dragons' Den”-style contest. The Drag

Heritage meets hi-tec

Video production company Howson Media has joined Bicester Heritage. The firm specialises in producing tailor-made films and photography with dedicated automotive arm Petroleum & Co.Recent wor

Red Kite flying high

Red Kite Radio, the local community radio station for Thame, Chinnor and the surrounding villages, is celebrating its first birthday, broadcasting 24 hours a day, seven days a week.It was allocat