A pick-me-up that's good for everyone

Bucks communities have been busy binning and bagging this spring, as Keep Britain Tidy’s Great British Spring Clean has completed its ninth annual run. Committed residents have come together as

Boys and girls come out to play (and adults)

Communities across Bucks are being invited to come out to play.They can take advantage of a scheme which highlights the importance of outdoor play and encourages neighbours to spend time socialisi

Get into peak condition for charity fundraiser

Walkers are being urged to get set for a special Chilterns 3 Peaks Challenge - a family-friendly day out, with walking routes ranging from 6.5 to 18 miles.It is the 15th anniversary of the challen

Quack the code

Here's a chance to explore Aylesbury Town Centre, quack the code and win prizes.Families are getting ready for a seasonal adventure with the arrival of the Easter Duck Trail, brought to life by Ay

Vroom to improve for all Bucks bikers

Bikers of all ages and experience are being urged to enhance their riding skills at a specialist course.The Be a Better Biker workshops are run as part of Buckinghamshire Council’s Travel Safe B

Youth have their say

Youngsters have united to discuss the biggest issues of the day at the Bucks Youth Summit.Nearly 200 young people from secondary schools and youth groups in the county attended the event at Aylesb

War on litter is a real pick-up for county

Bucks communities are being invited to Keep Britain Tidy’s Great British Spring Clean.People can pop on their gloves and hi-vis vests, grab a refuse sack and litter picker and get involved with

Get in the swim

The Children’s Alliance charity is looking for community projects to fund in Bucks to create brighter futures for children. So far, it has secured £60,000 in grants to support community project

Pupils' top class United Nations debate

More than 100 pupils from secondary schools have swapped their classrooms for the conference room and the world of international relations.They were taking part in a Model United Nations event hos

Show some respect, say school 'lollipop' teams

Some motorists are actually speeding up to avoid stopping and letting children across the road.So say school crossing patrollers - better known as lollipop men and women.Now a plea has gone ou