Car parks boost on big day

With thousands of Bucks businesses looking forward to opening their doors again on Monday (12 April), Buckinghamshire Council is offering free parking in its car parks from th

Recycle to help charity

People are being urged to ‘Clear Out to Help Out’ this spring by donating good quality but unwanted items for resale at two South Bucks Hospice reuse shops.

Phone scammers alert

Scammers phoned a resident by phone earlier this month, pretending to be a local councillor. They told the resident that several banks in Princes Risborough (pictured) were du

Fear over HS2 lorry routes

Buckinghamshire Council has refused to approve lorry route applications for HS2 Ltd due to a lack of relevant information.

Win a home raffle - tickets only £2.50 !

A single mum from Aylesbury, Wendy Grace, is desperate to move to a bigger home. The COVID lockdown has forced her to work from home whilst home-schooling her two children and

Fly-tipping war goes on

A waste crime enforcement team has achieved its third best year in terms of the amount fly tipping offenders have had to pay in fines, costs and other surcharges – even thou

£3.95m to ease HS2 pain

The Buckinghamshire HS2 Road Safety Fund will open on 22 February. Applications are being invited for schemes that will create safer roads for those who live and work in the c

Town revamp plans

A total of £4.5million has been committed to improve Aylesbury’s historic Kingsbury and Market Square (pictured). The

Hungry for history

The history and secrets of Waddesdon Manor’s kitchen and the people who worked in it are revealed in a fascinating new online exhibition - History of the Manor Kitchen

Choose your design

Fifteen building schemes have been commended as part of the first Buckinghamshire-wide Design Awards - but winners of the People’s Choice Award are yet to be decided.

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