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.

Eating out is in!

Thousands of Buckinghamshire diners have voted with their feet to support restaurants in August.Customers receive up to 5

Al fresco appeal

Aylesbury agencies have been working to support businesses during the pandemic crisis. Following a temporary relaxation o

Historic building revamp

A 14th century town centre building in High Wycombe - once the thriving Wheatsheaf Inn on the old London to Oxford road - will be restored, thanks to a £350,000 grant from th

Pubs delighted to reopen but urge public to comply with each premises' new rules for staff and customer safety

Woohoo! All pubs and restaurants can reopen from Saturday July 4th with social distancing reduced to one metre plus and customers asked to comply w

Thame shops fight back

Since the start of lockdown, the entrepreneurial spirit of small businesses in Thame has shone through.They have taken positive action to help themselves and help each other, defying the odds rath

Murderous verdict

Thame Town Council is disappointed to hear that the planning inspectorate has dismissed an appeal for commemorative plaques denoting the use of six listed buildings in Thame a

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.Breas

Festival's green theme

This year’s Waterside Festival is sponsored by Aylesbury Garden Town and designed to champion their vision of the canalside public space at the heart of Aylesbury town centre.Part of Aylesbury G

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

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