Skateboards lift-off

Works to a new skatepark in Buckingham have just begun.The new Bridge Street facility is expected to be up and running by November and take around three months to complete.Clive Harriss, Bucki

Funtime for free

Bucks and Herts families who have children and young adults with additional needs can take part in six leisure activities this summer. The free activities are being provided by charity Absolutely

Library's new story

Ambitious plans are under way to transform Wendover Community Library into a community hub for town residents and surrounding villages. Funding is in place for the main building and refurbishment

Children's games that are streets ahead

Children across Buckinghamshire can now discover the joys of playing safely outside their homes as part of a Play Streets scheme.This invites neighbours to apply for permission to close their road

Libraries' new era

A vision and strategy has been announced for Buckinghamshire’s library service.As well as traditional reading and

Popular poplar felled

Thame's historic Black Poplar Hybrid tree in the middle of Churchill Crescent play area has had to be felled.The town council has been monitoring the tree since 2020, when it showed early si

Summer fun for free

This year’s Play Around the Parishes scheme has been declared a resounding success. A total of 38 sessions have taken place at 21 different locations across Buckinghamshire,

Play areas boost

Three play Bucks areas have been given a facelift thanks to £219,000 of funding.The cash comes from the council’s Play

Fun and free food

Buckinghamshire Council has teamed up with organisations, schools and charity groups to provide free activities and experiences throughout the summer holidays.

Family fun days

Summer favourite Fun Thursdays is bringing family entertainment to Aylesbury’s town centre during the holidays.Starting