Energy Doctor helps beat bills crisis

Households can expect an average saving of £125 on their annual energy bills, thanks to an Energy Doctor scheme.More than 400 visits have been to Buckinghamshire homes in the past 12 months.T

Council plan sparks electric revolution

Electric vehicle charging access will be 'extensively increased', a council has pledged.In areas across the county where there is little off-street parking available, Buckinghamshire Council will

'Green umbrella' sheltering the county

The Bucks Tree Mission is literally turning over a new leaf as more and more planting continues county-wide.Buckinghamshire Council aims to plant half a million new trees - one for every resident

Winter warmer

Are you concerned about the cost of energy bills and looking for ways to make your home cheaper to heat and more comfortable to live in? A grant is available from Oxfordshire County Council to imp

A brighter outlook

Nearly 29,000 streetlights in Bucks are being upgraded to energy-saving LED bulbs.More than 91 per cent have already been converted and an increasing number of streetlights, illuminated bollards,

A toast to net zero!

Moogies Ltd, which operates a number of village pubs in villages around Aylesbury, has won a prestigious award.The Buckinghamshire Business First Net Zero Ambition Award for 2023 celebrates Moogie

Bray for us is Zoe's message to world

Zoe Bicat is nearing the end of a 1,000-mile trek with her Mule, Falco.She set off in in May 2022 from Oxford to begin the epic 'Walk for Earth' that would take them to Loch Lomond and back to rai

School run rethink

As families prepare for the start of the new school year, people are being encouraged to make their journey to and from school more sustainable.Steven Broadbent, Buckinghamshire Council's Cabinet

Bucks goes green

Bucks is one of the nominated areas to benefit from a Local Nature Recovery Strategy.The Government has announced 48 such areas to be put in place during the next 12-18 months. Milton Keynes is al

Get drastic with plastic

Buckinghamshire people are being urged to become part of the plastic pollution solution.The idea is to see how far they can go in reducing their use of single-use plastic during the global, month-