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

Wombles' war on litter

It all started as an idea when 15-year-old Abigail Walker, who had been studying the environment at school, decided to get some bin bags and go on a litter pick and it snowbal

Book in!

Buckinghamshire residents will be able to return borrowed books to most libraries from Monday, June 22. On the same day,

Virus vlog

Daily video updates from Buckinghamshire Council about local progress in combating the coronavirus will be aired on its website daily from around 3pm. Today's vlog ca

Fest drives business

The Buckinghamshire Business Festival 2020, which runs

Make do - and mend

There is a repair revolution gathering pace in Buckinghamshire, and the county council is encouraging people to take part in the county's Repair Cafés - and maybe even start

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

Thame's green plan

Townspeople, businesses and local organisations from Thame and around have responded to the Green Living Plan for Thame consultation process in person, via email or questionnaire. They were commenting

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