Charities

This category relates to articles about local charities and charitable activity.

Giving back to help others

Gemma Briggs  |  Published: Jun 8th 2018
Local firm becomes a Corporate Friend of the Chilterns MS Centre

Local people with MS helped by Bucks Freemasons

Gemma Briggs  |  Published: May 17th 2018
People living with multiple sclerosis (MS) in Buckinghamshire will benefit from a grant of £30,000, which will provide over 850 hours of physiotherapy to members of the Chilterns MS Centre.

What does the Chilterns MS Centre do?

Gemma Hill, Chilterns MS Centre  |  Published: May 13th 2018
The Chilterns MS Centre provides treatment and services to over 550 people a year living with multiple sclerosis (MS) in Buckinghamshire and the surrounding counties.

SubWoofers a Success!

  |  Published: May 8th 2018
This weekend the very first SubWoofers Music Festival took place with over 3000 attendees coming along to enjoy a day in the sun!

Wycombe Wanderers Fans Top the Table in Collections League

Gemma Hill, Chilterns MS Centre  |  Published: Apr 27th 2018
The Chairboys’ supporters helped to raise over £1,800 for the Chilterns MS Centre during a day of raising awareness and funds for the local multiple sclerosis (MS) charity.

Gift of Blankets from Royal Air Force Association

Jane Reilly  |  Published: Apr 26th 2018
Air Vice-Marshal (Retd) John Cliffe OBE RAF, has presented a number of blankets to Recruit Training Squadron’s Commanding Officer, Squadron Leader Jules Sampson, in his role as Chairman of The Royal Air Force Association.

Oscar-Winning Film 'The Silent Child' to be screened at Subwoofers Music Festival

  |  Published: Apr 23rd 2018
The very first family deaf, dog, and family-friendly festival, organised by Bucks New University students and Hearing Dogs for Deaf People, has proudly announced that it will be hosting special screenings of the Oscar winning short film The Silent Child throughout the day during SubWoofers.
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