Summer fest cancelled

Aylesbury Town Council has cancelled this year’s Parklife Weekend, including Live in the Park and Proms in the Park. T

Support when in need

Buckinghamshire Mind, the mental health charity, now provides a free suicide bereavement support service.This Aylesbury-based service supports adults, children, young people and families bereaved

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

Food banks appeal

Buckinghamshire Council Leader Martin Tett is urging residents to support their local food banks during the virus crisis by remembering to buy a couple of extras when supermar

Your say on masterplan

A draft masterplan for Aylesbury Garden Town and a public consultation on its aims and ambitions is now open. Local resid

New council's deadline

With less than 90 days to go, preparations are well under way to create the new Buckinghamshire Council that will launch in April this year.  The new council will de

Ooh la la

Whether you’re looking to pick up a few unique items for yourself or a gift for someone special, or to stock up your food cupboard with some French supplies, the French Market in Thame on Friday 4 O

Find some funding

Aylesbury Vale District Council’s £50,000 Our Vale fund is pledging up to £5,000 to community projects in Aylesbury Vale. Now it is encouraging people to avoid missing out on being a part of this

Hidden talents

Former Thame writer Lisa Sell takes a time trip to the '80s in her new crime novel, Hidden.Described as 'unputdownable' by one early reviewer, it tells the story of secrets of the past that come t

Library is the last word

The newly refurbished Aylesbury Library welcomed nearly 9,000 visitors in its first fortnight – and nearly 5,000 people a week are enjoying the new space.The building has been completely remodel