Quack the code

Here's a chance to explore Aylesbury Town Centre, quack the code and win prizes.Families are getting ready for a seasonal adventure with the arrival of the Easter Duck Trail, brought to life by Ay

Town centre facelift

Work is due to start on a number of upgrades and improvements in Aylesbury town centre.The aim is to enhance existing space with attractive lighting and other new features.Buckinghamshire Coun

'Dragons' Den' winners

Pupils from Sir Henry Floyd Grammar have won a green schools Dragons' Den-style challenge.Year 12 students from five secondary schools in Buckinghamshire took part.The grammar school team (pic

Making a killing and all in the name of charity

Thame Midsomer Tours have this year made their largest donation so far, with £1,400 given to each of the Mayor’s charities.This year they are Red Kite Family Centre, Thame Shed and Thame Museum

Barely believable support act

The cast of The Full Monty visited the Waterside Theatre to support a special appeal in aid of Aylesbury Foodbank. Audiences who visit in November are being encouraged to bring any non-perishable

Bucks of the future

A key document has been approved, setting out a vision for future expansion in county towns and villages.‘Regenerating Bucks’ is the council’s blueprint for the county's future growth - a fr

Help protect heritage

The council has developed a Local Heritage List to protect some of the most important county sites that contribute to the character and heritage of Buckinghamshire, using Gov

County's leading role

Your home could be a screen star, with the help of the new Buckinghamshire Film Office.Buckinghamshire Council is inviting residents and businesses to put forward their own

A regal collection

Buckinghamshire Archives is collecting mementos from The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee and aims to create a record for future generations.

Carnival bounces back

Tring Carnival is back in 2022 with four days of fun and entertainment.Thursday 7 July is Tring Together’s Quiz Night