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

Town centre facelift

Work is due to start on a number of upgrades and improvements in Aylesbury town centre.The aim is to enhance existing space with attractive lighting and other new features.Buckinghamshire Coun

Say it with flowers

The annual snowdrop walk takes place next month in Bucks, organised by Child Bereavement UK.The organisation supports children and young people up to the age of 25, parents and the wider family to

Market returns

The team at Thame's Tuesday Charter Market are having a well deserved seasonal break, but it will be back up and running on Tuesday 2 January 2024. People parking in the Upper High Street Car park

Year to remember

Seasonal greetings from Steve Lambert, Mayor of Aylesbury:I’d like to take a few moments to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. But also to reflect on

Banking on support

People are being asked to support their local community to ensure everyone has an enjoyable festive season.From donations to local food banks or community fridges to volunteering time to support a

Good tidings on travel

Shop local is the message in Bucks as free parking, reduced bus fares and Christmas markets are lined up for next month.Buckinghamshire Council is offering free parking in its car parks that suppo

Helping hand for families at Christmas

Struggling families are families are being supported this Christmas, with free school holiday activities, food vouchers and wider help.Buckinghamshire Council aims to help bring some Christmas spa

Inspired to give

People in Bucks are being asked to open their hearts to disadvantaged children and young people at Christmastime.The charity Inspire Bucks' Christmas Gift Appeal aims to ensure that local children

Lighting up Christmas

People young and old can jingle all the way to Aylesbury’s Town Centre on Saturday 26 November to mark the beginning of the Christmas season.Aylesbury Town Council has organised a free afternoon