Boys and girls come out to play (and adults)

Communities across Bucks are being invited to come out to play.They can take advantage of a scheme which highlights the importance of outdoor play and encourages neighbours to spend time socialisi

New life for old railway

A former railway line corridor is to be upgraded to provide an improved walking, wheeling and cycling cross-town link in Buckingham.This follows Buckinghamshire Council's success in securing fundi

Town's spring clean

Aylesbury residents are being urged to pick a minimum one bag of litter for Keep Britain Tidy’s Great British Spring Clean.The campaign, which runs until the end of March, is calling on people t

Get in the swim

The Children’s Alliance charity is looking for community projects to fund in Bucks to create brighter futures for children. So far, it has secured £60,000 in grants to support community project

Show some respect, say school 'lollipop' teams

Some motorists are actually speeding up to avoid stopping and letting children across the road.So say school crossing patrollers - better known as lollipop men and women.Now a plea has gone ou

Book now for Easter

Booking starts on Friday (1 March) for fun-fuelled holiday activities as Easter looms large on the horizon.This Easter, the popular Holidays Activities and Food programme is returning with a varie

The hunt is on for community champs

Do you know someone whose positive impact has uplifted the community? Has a local charity or organisation played a pivotal role in shaping your life? The Freda Roberts Community Award seeks to ack

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

Events get cash boost

Aylesbury residents are being encouraged to apply for funds through its Community Event Fund. The funding, from the town council’s communities committee, aims to support a wide range of locally

Community centres to get new lease of life

Four community centres have been saved, thanks to action from Aylesbury Town Council.It has agreed to buy Aylesbury Railway Club to preserve it as a community facility, as well as agreeing to take