Boys and girls come out to play (and adults)

Communities across Bucks are being invited to come out to play.They can take advantage of a scheme which highlights the importance of outdoor play and encourages neighbours to spend time socialisi

Youth have their say

Youngsters have united to discuss the biggest issues of the day at the Bucks Youth Summit.Nearly 200 young people from secondary schools and youth groups in the county attended the event at Aylesb

The hunt is on for community champs

Do you know someone whose positive impact has uplifted the community? Has a local charity or organisation played a pivotal role in shaping your life? The Freda Roberts Community Award seeks to ack

Art on the move

If you love a bit of art, why not join in the fun at this year’s Thame Art Crawl? Returning for a seventh year, it takes place from 17-21 October and many of the businesses in Thame High Street

Feline good at home

A Thame-based woman is swapping PR for purrs as she launches a brand-new premium cat care business.It is called The Cat Butler Thame, which visits and cares for cats in the comfort of their own ho

Drugs war hots up

A council and its allies are stepping up the fight against booze and drugs in Bucks.The county has already seen significant success in its efforts to protect people from the harms of drug misuse.

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Lose 'January blues'

January can be an inspiring start to the new year - but some may still face challenges.Current cost of living pressures have affected us all i

County's leading role

Your home could be a screen star, with the help of the new Buckinghamshire Film Office.Buckinghamshire Council is inviting residents and businesses to put forward their own

Ukraine refugees plea

More than 1,400 refugees have so far arrived in Buckinghamshire and been given help, support and a home by residents.While many residents are happy