Banking on support

People are being asked to support their local community to ensure everyone has an enjoyable festive season.From donations to local food banks or community fridges to volunteering time to support a

Praise for prison

The governor and staff of an Aylesbury prison have won praise for 'remarkable' improvements that have been made at the site in the past year.Inspectors returning to HMPYOI Aylesbury (pictured) for

Safe bet Bucks

How can we make the county safer?That is the question the Safer Buckinghamshire Board is asking residents and other interested parties as it launches a consultation.The Safer Buckinghamshire B

Help and hope

Hundreds of walkers will unite to bring help and hope to people living with dementia.Participants will be stepping out to honour or remember a loved one with dementia in Milton Keynes this weekend

Town's health tonic

A new initiative called ‘health on the high street’ is being trialled in Aylesbury town centre.The first such pilot scheme involving Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust is set to open later t

Community champs

This year’s Proud of Bucks awards have proved that community spirit thrives in the county.There were nearly 400 nominations across 16 Community Board areas.Sponsored by The Clare Foundation,

Giving autistic people a voice in community

A strategy is being mapped out that aims to improve autistic people's lives.Buckinghamshire Council hopes this will ensure that needs and aspirations of autistic people and their carers in the cou

Boost for charity

Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity will officially open its new Princes Risborough shop next month.Shop manager Juliette Phiri said: 'The community has made us feel very welcome, with local resi

Case for the defence

A council has been awarded ‘gold’ in the 2023 Defence Employer Recognition Scheme. This is the highest level of award offered by the scheme, organised by the Ministry of Defence.Councillor

New neuro name

The Chilterns MS Centre in Wendover has rebranded as the Chilterns Neuro Centre.This reflects the opening up of the charity’s support services to people with neurological conditions other than m