'Zero Waste' plan

It is Zero Waste Week and people across the UK are being challenged to reduce the amount of food they throw away, to help save money, protect the environment, and preserve res

Eating out is in!

Thousands of Buckinghamshire diners have voted with their feet to support restaurants in August.Customers receive up to 5

Market goes live

Aylesbury Market Live will take place in Aylesbury's historic Market Square on Friday 28 August between 11am and 2pm. The event is an opportunity for the local market traders

Al fresco appeal

Aylesbury agencies have been working to support businesses during the pandemic crisis. Following a temporary relaxation o

Vintage fair date

It has evolved into one of the country’s favourite antique, retro, reclaim and vintage events.Now Henley Décor Fair 20

Historic building revamp

A 14th century town centre building in High Wycombe - once the thriving Wheatsheaf Inn on the old London to Oxford road - will be restored, thanks to a £350,000 grant from th

Shielding relaxed

The Government has announced a two-stage relaxation of its national shielding programme for clinically extremely vulnerable groups.

August parking deadline

As people get back to work and high streets reopen, Buckinghamshire Council says free parking in its car parks and on-street pay and display bays will continue until Saturday

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

Food standards fears

The NFU is encouraging many more people to sign its petition on food standards, which has won support from celebrity Jamie Oliver and been backed by more than 830,000.

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