Councillor Adrian Dite has been Thame Mayor for four months now and to celebrate, here is his official photo in the Town Centre.Usually people come in for their photo with the Causton Town Hall si
Pupils from across the county took part in the grand finale of Buckinghamshire Council’s coronation crown-making competition.
May is National Walking Month and there is no better excuse to get out and about in Buckinghamshire.
Chilterns Crematorium has created new ways of celebrating lives on Mothering Sunday, 19 March.The informal, drop-in style event at the Milton Chapel of the crematorium in Whielden Lane, Amersham,
Visit Buckinghamshire and The Chilterns is asking people to join in with its #BrilliantBucks campaign.
'Trees and Green' is the theme of this year's Buckinghamshire Open Weekend, which opens later this month.The event from 2
With less than two weeks to go until the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee weekend (2–5 June), here is a reminder of celebrations taking place in Buckinghamshire and how people can
Litter has become an increasing problem across the county since lockdown.People have been out in the countryside and park
Thousands of free places are available during the summer break for youngsters across Buckinghamshire to enjoy a range of holiday activities and experiences.
To help celebrate October's Black History Month, Buckinghamshire libraries have been working with a local arts and heritage community organisation to compile exhibitions at f