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.

Thame shops fight back

Since the start of lockdown, the entrepreneurial spirit of small businesses in Thame has shone through.They have taken positive action to help themselves and help each other, defying the odds rath

Feeding the front line

Michelin chef Tom Kerridge, Andy Agar and Chris Hughes visited both Wycombe and Stoke Mandeville hospitals and delivered their 50,000th meal to Trust staff, as part of 

Food banks appeal

Buckinghamshire Council Leader Martin Tett is urging residents to support their local food banks during the virus crisis by remembering to buy a couple of extras when supermar

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

Country fair returns

The popular annual Thame Country Fair is back again on its new date of Saturday and Sunday 2 and 3 May. There will be the

Christmas unwrapped

Aylesbury Vale District Council is encouraging residents to make the most of their recycling bins and to be aware that during the festive period all households will be affecte

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