WheelPower workouts

The national charity for wheelchair sport is releasing 10 new online workouts aimed specifically at primary and secondary aged disabled children.

Santa's early visit

Buckinghamshire's Christmas present appeal got some extra special support on Friday when Santa himself arrived early with a special delivery of gifts to Buckinghamshire Counci

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.

Covid cases up

Coronavirus cases in Buckinghamshire are continuing to rise and residents across the county are being reminded to follow the rules at all times in a bid to stem the increase.

Eco surveys: Your say

Buckinghamshire residents and organisations are invited to have their say about climate change and air quality in the county.

A jumbo collection

Council Chairman Richard Scott has become the latest person to nominate an object for Buckinghamshire Culture’s Bucks in 100 Objects campaign - a wind-up elephant automaton

Waste goes high-tech

Veolia will begin a ten-year contract to undertake household waste collections and street cleansing services in the Chiltern, Wycombe and South Bucks areas of the Buckinghamsh

Home's best for fest

Aylesbury Town Centre Partnership and Buckinghamshire Council aim to celebrate Waterside Festival with local communities. This year, activities and celebrations will be scaled

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

Youth centre views

People's opinions are being sought about a Thame Youth Centre, to include community space for other activities. This is t

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