Charity's votes plea

The only Bucks-based charity nominated for a possible share of this year's £1m Persimmon Homes' Building Futures fund is looking for online votes to help it secure vital, add

Midsomer marches back

This month sees the return of the Midsomer guided walking tours of Thame for the first time since last year. Normally the

Chilfest screen scene

Organisers of Tring’s annual music festival, Chilfest, launch a series of outdoor cinema events this weekend.Following the difficult decision to cancel the main fest

Putting town on the map

A network of signs has been installed to help people find their way around Aylesbury town centre.Seven information pillar

Join the Hub

People are being urged to find a new workspace at the Buckingham Enterprise Hub, which sees business and education join forces and the local community work together.

Heritage meets hi-tec

Video production company Howson Media has joined Bicester Heritage. The firm specialises in producing tailor-made films and photography with dedicated automotive arm Petroleum & Co.Recent wor

Thumbs up for waste sites

The results are in for Buckinghamshire's annual user survey of Bucks County Council's household recycling centres, showing a high leve

Council's Alexa voice

Aylesbury Vale District Council (AVDC) has become the first local authority in the UK to launch a "skill" for Amazon's voice-controlled Alexa.The new skill enables residents who own an Alexa-enabl

New app beats food waste

A new phone app aims to help reduce food waste in Bucks. Buckinghamshire people produce 38,000 tonnes of food waste every year. Of this, 16,000 tonnes gets collected and is recycled to produce e

Aylesbury's favourite failure John Otway still sells out at the Limelight

Aylesbury’s most infamous son, John Otway – the self-styled ‘Rock and Roll’s Greatest Failure’ – is to make a return to the Limelight Theatre at the end of this month – and the show has