Rose snaps up a prize

by Sandra SmithDuring a stroll along Wendover canal one day last November, the winter sun broke through

Bucks goes wild

From prickly predators (also known as hedgehogs) to prolific pollinators including bees, birds and butterflies, given a little help, they can all thrive in our gardens and out

Competition launched

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

Fear over HS2 lorry routes

Buckinghamshire Council has refused to approve lorry route applications for HS2 Ltd due to a lack of relevant information.

Part of the community

Buckinghamshire’s 16 Community Boards are preparing to hold their next public meeting over coming weeks, offering a chance for local people to find out more about what they

New vaccination sites

The COVID vaccination roll-out continues in Buckinghamshire this week, with GP-led sites opening in Stoke Mandeville and High Wycombe to give vaccines to patients aged 80 and

Early Pace-setters

Plans are already under way for Pace's Big Walk, which is taking place in April 2021. It may seem a long way off but orga

Historic site revealed

Important remains from  a 4,000-year-old Bronze Age ceremonial site near Wendover have been carefully removed and documented  by archaeological excavation teams working ahea

Spicing up funds

Rennie Grove Hospice Care, the local charity that provides specialist care for adults and children with a life-limiting illness, has been given a novel boost by having a sausa

M&S charity aid

Colleagues at M&S Aylesbury have raised more than £2,500 to Chilterns MS Centre - a charity which supports those living with multiple sclerosis and their families and carers. The money raised wil

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