Laptops bonanza

Staff at Buckinghamshire Council have been working hard to prepare 850 laptops provided by the government to be ready to distribute to vulnerable pupils across Buckinghamshire

Bucks laid bare

Heart of Bucks and Community Impact Bucks have both published significant reports which provide a detailed, data-driven picture of the county.

Book in!

Buckinghamshire residents will be able to return borrowed books to most libraries from Monday, June 22. On the same day,

Schools go green

A Green Schools Fund has been launched by the district council. The fund, open to all primary and secondary schools in Ay

Think pink

Wear it pink is back.This October, Breast Cancer Now is encouraging everyone in Oxfordshire to wear it pink and help make life-saving breast cancer research and life-changing support happen.Breast

Free gym sessions

Stoke Mandeville Stadium will be staging a free gymnastics open day on Saturday May 11. There will be inclusive sessions for four-11 year olds, with activities for disabled and non-disabled youngsters

Library is the last word

The newly refurbished Aylesbury Library welcomed nearly 9,000 visitors in its first fortnight – and nearly 5,000 people a week are enjoying the new space.The building has been completely remodel

New Year message

A New Year message from Martin Tett, Leader of Buckinghamshire County Council:"2018 was quite a year. With Brexit ongoing, two royal weddings, a pretty good ye

Music to our ears

Shops may come and go but some of Aylesbury’s smaller outlets are still in there and fighting the current High Street slump.Well known names such as Toys R Us, Maplin, Debenhams, House of Fraser

Find out about fostering

The summer holidays are busy times for families all over Buckinghamshire - with plenty going on and no school, it can be fun. Local foster families have opened up their homes and holidays to children

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