Be a good neighbour

Looking out for neighbours who are elderly or frail is something everyone can do which can make an enormous difference to older people who may live alone, or are vulnerable in

M&S charity aid

Colleagues at M&S Aylesbury have raised more than £2,500 to Chilterns MS Centre - a charity which supports those living with multiple sclerosis and their families and carers. The money raised wil

Online adoption guide

To coincide with National Adoption Week (14-21 October), Buckinghamshire County Council is launching its new online Adoption Ready tool that lets anyone find out whether they are ready to become an ad

Care choices explained

A new, updated, independent care services directory has been published which gives readers crucial information on how to find, and pay for, care services throughout Buckinghamshire.If people are g

Shining a light on suicide

Organisations in Buckinghamshire including the county council, NHS, local charities and other parties are coming together to support World Suicide Prevention Day on Monday 10th September.Those inv

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

Foster carers in spotlight

Foster carers do so much for the local children and young people they look after. Day in and day out they care for some of the most vulnerable children in Buckinghamshire, getting on with the task at

Disability lifeline

All the information about support services for those with a learning disability or autism will be under one roof at Stoke Mandeville Stadium, Aylesbury on Thursday 13th September.The aim of the Ac

Views on carer breaks

If you or someone you care for uses short break or respite services, now is the time to have your say. Both Children’s and Adult Social Care services are consulting on a new strategic approach to sh

Nurse's poetry triumph

Debbie Lawson, a senior nurse working in A&E at Stoke Mandeville Hospital, has been crowned the winner of a national poetry competition.Debbie (pictured) received 49 per cent of the online