Wombles' war on litter

It all started as an idea when 15-year-old Abigail Walker, who had been studying the environment at school, decided to get some bin bags and go on a litter pick and it snowbal

Youth centre views

People's opinions are being sought about a Thame Youth Centre, to include community space for other activities. This is t

Chilfest screen scene

Organisers of Tring’s annual music festival, Chilfest, launch a series of outdoor cinema events this weekend.Following the difficult decision to cancel the main fest

Town's leisure boost

A brand new skate park, children’s play area, outdoor gym (pictured) and street snooker are opening in Amersham this month.

Laptops bonanza

Staff at Buckinghamshire Council have been working hard to prepare 850 laptops provided by the government to be ready to distribute to vulnerable pupils across Buckinghamshire

Barbecue blaze alert

Dangers from throw-away barbecues have prompted warnings from Buckinghamshire Council as lockdown restrictions are relaxed and residents are able to travel more widely for lei

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

Race for Life date

Everyone is invited to Cancer Research UK’s Race for Life in Aylesbury this year. The charity’s much-loved 5k event is returning to the town and is no longer restricted to

Fest full of fizz

Aylesbury Vale District Council is welcoming family favourite authors and illustrators to join them at WhizzFizzFest 2020, the town's annual family-friendly literary and arts

Youth football boost

Chinnor Youth Football Club have received £26,377 to help keep their pitches in good condition, thanks to an agreement South Oxfordshire District Council struck with a housin

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