Where your cash goes

Social care, helping the homeless and aiding vulnerable residents takes up 71% of Buckinghamshire Council's entire budget, it has been reported.This leaves only 29% of the remaining capital to pay

Top-class event

A free recruitment fair could point the way to a new career in teaching.It all happens at Buckinghamshire New University’s High Wycombe campus on Saturday, 24 February.For those currently st

£1m grants ease crisis

Heart of Bucks Community Foundation has awarded more than £1m in crisis grants to individuals and families in Buckinghamshire.The funding has provided much-needed financial help to those who have

Tag, type, snap!

What do you like about where you live? What would you change?As Buckinghamshire Council reviews its planning guidelines,

Covid cases up

Coronavirus cases in Buckinghamshire are continuing to rise and residents across the county are being reminded to follow the rules at all times in a bid to stem the increase.

Walk the school run!

Families in Buckinghamshire are being invited to swap their cars for bicycles, scooters or simply their own two feet this month as part of a range of national initiatives to e

Skills funding boost

Bucks Skills Hub has received extra funding to provide young people finishing Key Stages 4 and 5 this

Way out of jobs maze

Are you looking for a new job, or want to retrain to change career or learn new skills to get back into work? Future Proof is a free adult skills and jobs fair which takes place on Friday 8th

Stay computer safe

Are you aged 50 or above and do you regularly use the internet? If so, are you sure you’re using it safely?Buckinghamshire County Council is launching an innovative e-safety programme in Aylesbu

Youth festival opportunities

Buckinghamshire’s young people are being invited to the LineUp Youth Festival on Sunday 16th July to celebrate what they achieve and help get them involved in new opportunities.The festival, fun