Aylesbury College’s Harding’s Restaurant re-launched on 1 May 2015 following a recent refurbishment, and hosted a lunch event in celebration.
Two Buckinghamshire companies have been honoured by HM The Queen in her Birthday Awards for Enterprise.
Furniture boss Phillip Dickens was given a three-month suspended prison sentence by Aylesbury Crown Court Tuesday April 14 after his company supplied a cot that trapped a child by the neck.
Buckinghamshire University Technical College (UTC), along with sponsor Taylor Wimpey, one of the UK’s largest homebuilders, has launched a campaign promoting careers in the construction industry.
Residents in Buckinghamshire and Surrey will be better protected from scams and rip-offs with the launch next month of a joint trading standards service covering both counties.
High Wycombe residents from all backgrounds and walks of life have the chance to learn how to set up their own business on a free 12-week course aimed at promoting local enterprise.
Bucks UTC has formed a partnership with Network Rail, who will offer its construction students the opportunity to apply for three year apprenticeships.
The hard work and success of apprentices across Buckinghamshire was celebrated at a County Council reception on Friday 20 March.
Aylesbury College, the largest provider of apprenticeships in the County, has awarded Joseph (Joe) Murray, age 17, from Stoke Mandeville, ‘Apprentice of the Year 2014’.
Schools in Buckinghamshire are being urged to do as much as possible to encourage young adults to explore the option of taking up an apprenticeship.