Investing in the community

Heart of Bucks has announced a fund dedicated to connecting businesses which care with local causes that matter. The orga

Virus on the march

In just over a month, the COVID infection rate per 100,000 Buckinghamshire residents has risen from very low levels of single figures to 87 per 100,000.

Broadband up to speed

More than 750 rural homes and businesses will get gigabit-capable broadband by December 2021 as part of a £2.1 million scheme to extend the fibre-optic network further into B

Festival goes online

The popular annual history festival from Buckinghamshire Archives is going entirely online for 2020, with speakers from around the world lined up to provide a weekend of fasci

Skills funding boost

Bucks Skills Hub has received extra funding to provide young people finishing Key Stages 4 and 5 this

Learning goes live

Buckinghamshire’s adult learners can now return to face-to-face adult learning now that course venues have opened their doors across the county.

Charity rebrands

For the past 34 years Thame and District Day Centre, a registered charity, has been a well loved and respected part of the Community of Thame. N

Virus: 'We can help'

During these times of unprecedented economic uncertainty, Buckinghamshire businesses are being encouraged to make contact with Buckinghamshire Bu

Business pop-up

A taskforce has been launched in Aylesbury town centre to support new businesses to realise their ambitions. Hale Leys is

Hire a Hublet

People can now hire out their own tablet at Aylesbury Library. ‘Hublets’ are Samsung Galaxy tablets which customers can borrow for use within the library. All visitors need is a Buckinghamsh

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