Festival goes online

The popular annual history festival from Buckinghamshire Archives is going entirely online for 2020, with speakers from around the world lined up to provide a weekend of fasci

Midsomer marches back

This month sees the return of the Midsomer guided walking tours of Thame for the first time since last year. Normally the

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

Scams alert

Virus lockdown has seen an estimated 40% increase in reported doorstep, phone and email scams across Buckinghamshire.Trad

Summer fest cancelled

Aylesbury Town Council has cancelled this year’s Parklife Weekend, including Live in the Park and Proms in the Park. T

Book in!

Buckinghamshire residents will be able to return borrowed books to most libraries from Monday, June 22. On the same day,

Crowdfunding tips

Our Vale, Aylesbury Vale’s crowdfunding platform, has seen success throughout 2019 with a number of impressive community projects reaching and even surpassing fundraising ta

New council's deadline

With less than 90 days to go, preparations are well under way to create the new Buckinghamshire Council that will launch in April this year.  The new council will de

Hidden talents

Former Thame writer Lisa Sell takes a time trip to the '80s in her new crime novel, Hidden.Described as 'unputdownable' by one early reviewer, it tells the story of secrets of the past that come t

Voter forms plea

A council is sending out annual voter registration forms during the next few weeks, asking residents to respond as quickly as possible in order to help save taxpayers’ money.From Tuesday 6 Aug