Money no object as summer holidays loom

Summer holidays are nearly here and with six weeks free from lessons ad homework, families will be busy planning what to do.For those on lower incomes, juggling finances during the summer can be p

Hurrah for Rah Rah as old folk tune into past

The Rah Rah Theatre Company is bringing joy to elderly audiences in Bucks this summer. The charity theatre company, funded by Heart of Bucks Community Foundation, specialises in using theatre as a

Culture vultures can swoop on this feast

A total of 54 events will be running across Bucks this month in a jam-packed Open Weekend.Between 25-28 July, 34 contributors will be taking part. Whether people are looking for something to d

Popular event is washed out to sea

Aylesbury on Sea, the family event scheduled to take place in Vale Park on Sunday 7 July, had to be cancelled due to adverse weather.The forecast of heavy rain and the possibility of thunder made

Farmers' market with a hillbilly flavouring

Princes Risborough's second Farmers Market of the year happens this Saturday - with some lively bluegrass music thrown in for good measure. A mixture of fan-favourites and new vendors will pitch a

How to get a head start on all things green

Bees, chalk streams, dry gardening and wellbeing are all hot topics at this year’s Green Festival at Chiltern Open Air Museum. The family friendly event at Chalfont St Giles on Sunday 9 June wil

Vale Park on the crest of a wave for one day

People are being urged to dive into a day of beach fun at Aylesbury on Sea.Sixty tonnes of sand will transform Vale Park into a Bucks seaside on Sunday 7 July, offering a day of activities and ent

Event filled with Pride

Pride in the Park is the latest event to be added to the Parklife Weekend line-up.It takes centre stage on Friday 23 August at Vale Park – the first Pride event of its kind to take place in the

Travel back to Tudor times at bank holiday

People can travel 500 years back in time this bank holiday.England’s premier Elizabethan reenactors will star at Chiltern Open Air Museum in an authentic 16th Century May Day festival. Museu

Charity lends ear to theatre's plight

A grant from Haddenham Beer Festivals Trust has added valuable new sound equipment for shows at the Players Theatre. It is all part of a project to improve the theatre's sound quality, which had b