Charity rebrands

For the past 34 years Thame and District Day Centre, a registered charity, has been a well loved and respected part of the Community of Thame. N

Shielding relaxed

The Government has announced a two-stage relaxation of its national shielding programme for clinically extremely vulnerable groups.

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.

Spotlight on carers

Did you know there are more than 50,000 unpaid carers of all ages working in Buckinghamshire? Unpaid carers are those who look after family members, friends or neighbours who need extra support due to

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

Dust off that bike!

Bike Week is taking place to 14 June and Buckinghamshire Council is encouraging residents to dust off their cycles and get out on the roads, trails and bridleways.

Virus test sites

More coronavirus mobile testing sites will be coming to Buckingham and Aylesbury in the coming days.

Support when in need

Buckinghamshire Mind, the mental health charity, now provides a free suicide bereavement support service.This Aylesbury-based service supports adults, children, young people and families bereaved

Feeding the front line

Michelin chef Tom Kerridge, Andy Agar and Chris Hughes visited both Wycombe and Stoke Mandeville hospitals and delivered their 50,000th meal to Trust staff, as part of 

Back-up in crisis

Most vulnerable residents across Oxfordshire will have recently received correspondence from the NHS, identifying them as high risk and advising them to strictly self-isolate

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