Wildlife competition

Residents, community groups and organisations in and around Aylesbury Vale are being urged to get creative and take part in a wildlife conservation competition launched by the

Village traffic easing

Plans for Buckinghamshire's first 'freight zone' to control the movement of HGVs in and around the Ivinghoe area take a step closer with the start of a four-week public consul

New war on litter

People are being urged to keep the county clean, tidy and safe as traders get down to business.Buckinghamshire's town cen

Bucks flags at half mast

Buckinghamshire Council has sent its 'deepest condolences' to the royal family on behalf of the county after the death of The Duke of Edinburgh (pictured).

Car parks boost on big day

With thousands of Bucks businesses looking forward to opening their doors again on Monday (12 April), Buckinghamshire Council is offering free parking in its car parks from th

NHS staff tickets boost

Organisers of Tring’s huge annual music festival, Chilfest, are giving away tickets to staff at Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust.

Massive tree planting plan gets the green light

Next steps of an ambitious programme to plant a tree for every Buckinghamshire resident have moved a step closer to reality after plans were agreed.The large-scale pla

Tour de Vale on hold

Organisers have decided to postpone this year’s MKFM Tour de Vale Charity Bike Ride to Sunday, 19 September.Ride director Jo Hall said: 'We believe that this decisio

New ways to travel

An Aylesbury Travel app has been designed to let people choose the best green way to travel around town.The web-based app

Town revamp plans

A total of £4.5million has been committed to improve Aylesbury’s historic Kingsbury and Market Square (pictured). The

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