Support groups merge

The phone support line that was set up by a group of volunteers at the start of the first lockdown in March is to be merged

Virus testing upped

Residents will be able to arrange coronavirus tests at a range of locations across Buckinghamshire next week, as more mobile testing units get up and running.

A Zipp for every trip

A fleet of new electric scooters will soon be available in Aylesbury and High Wycombe as part of a 12-month rental trial.

Virus on the march

In just over a month, the COVID infection rate per 100,000 Buckinghamshire residents has risen from very low levels of single figures to 87 per 100,000.

Traffic calming action

Plans are moving ahead with the implementation of an Ivinghoe area 'freight zone', after some delays due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Cycleway clearance

Overgrown bushes and weeds (see picture) will be cleared next week as part of the first stage of works to build the new Haydon Hill cycleway.

Town goes green

Healthier lifestyles, more green spaces and more connected communities - these are just some of the outcomes that the Thame Green Living Plan is aiming to achieve for the town

Cycleway trial

A temporary new cycleway is coming to Haddenham to help support the village economy and improve access to the railway station and local schools.

Hailing a new survey

If you use or drive a taxi or minicab, Buckinghamshire Council wants to know what matters most to you. The council is running a three-week survey which is now under way.

Help baby Asher

A fundraising appeal has been set up to help a couple whose baby is dying to return to England from India.Pete Charlton,

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