Buckinghamshire Council, in consultation with health service bosses, has declared a ‘Major Incident’ amid fears the rapid rise in the number of Covid-19 cases could overwh
The Proud of Bucks award winners have taken centre stage and been applauded for their efforts in helping others during the pandemic.
Residents and communities in the Wendover area (pictured) are already starting to reap the benefits from community board funding for local projects and initiatives.
The phone support line that was set up by a group of volunteers at the start of the first lockdown in March is to be merged
Aylesbury artist Daniel Vincent is using his painting skills to help raise money for children who have lost a parent in the British Armed Forces.
Happier, healthier, lives is what health and social care leaders want for Bucks residents.Buckinghamshire's Health and We
Nominations are now open for Buckinghamshire Council’s Proud of Bucks Awards. The new awards aim to recognise and applaud the outstanding efforts carried out by many local i
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
The Government has announced a two-stage relaxation of its national shielding programme for clinically extremely vulnerable groups.
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