All libraries reopen

All 29 libraries in Buckinghamshire are now open again for book borrowing in person. The first libraries reopened on 6 July, when government restrictions were lifted, and the

Spotlight on carers

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

A vintage Christmas

With less than 16 weeks to go, Father Christmas has found time to take up residence again at Bletchley Park’s Vintage 1940s Grotto - the former top-secret home of Britain’s World War Two codebreak

Helping hand for families

A new family support service offering wide-ranging advice, help and information in Buckinghamshire has been launched by the county council.The new Buckinghamshire Family Support Service will offer

Kids on the move

One of the best ways to help children is to get them moving. B

WhizzFizzFest to return

Aylesbury’s WhizzFizzFest returns on Saturday June 22 next year. The spectacular La Voix (pictured) from Aylesbury Waterside Theatre’s Peter Pan Christmas production was on hand to

Fostering: the facts

A fostering information session is taking place in High Wycombe next month and the county council is inviting all those who are interested in fostering or want to find out more to come along. It's th

Inspiring kids in care

More than 70 of Buckinghamshire’s children in care and care leavers have had their achievements celebrated at a special awards event.The county council hosted the annual event

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

Pre-school's big day

Netta Glover, Vice Chairman of Buckinghamshire County Council joined staff, child