Barratt Developments Plc is this week donating 400 defibrillators from its sites across the UK to help in the fight against coronavirus.
Buckinghamshire Council has paid out £38.3 million in coronavirus business grants to 2,900 small local businesses and businesses in the retail, hospitality and leisure sectors*.
With so many of us having to work remotely from home during this period, many of us are finding it hard to create a workspace that is quiet, comfortable, productive and suitable for our business.
Our homes are increasingly becoming places for learning as well as working and living. Homebuilder, Barratt and David Wilson Homes Northampton together with education experts Tutor House has revealed top tips on how to home school in Buckinghamshire with ease.
Doorstep scammers are taking advantage of the coronavirus emergency to con elderly and vulnerable people.
Many of us are using our time at home during this period of self-isolation to get organised in our homes and to take on minor house projects.
2020 is in full swing and even though we seemed quiet, we have been busy behind the scenes preparing the year ahead.
Help available for the county's businesses through the coronavirus emergency is highlighted in today's (Friday) daily video update from Buckinghamshire Council.
Natasha Bates, 17 and from Wendover, has been crowned National Entrepreneur of the Year in the Dragon’s Den style final of the competition with her business Easy Read. The competition was organised by the Peter Jones Enterprise Academy.
A packaging firm has developed a new method of helping restaurants to stay in business as they fight the effects of the Coronavirus on the UK’s ailing restaurant and hospitality industry.