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

Social media: No sweat

Described as 'No perspiration, just 100% inspiration', a free event for professionals and businesses has been organised to help people maximise social media and website security.Oliver Myles Mark

Stay well in winter

In a new approach for winter 2018/19, a GP Winter Champion and a Winter System Director are joining forces to reduce the seasonal pressures that Bucks’ health and social care services face every yea

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