The Lord-Lieutenant of Greater London, Sir Kenneth Olisa OBE, has planted a black poplar from Lindengate
Nightingale’s Rainbow, built at Stoke Mandeville Hospital to recognise and remember the resilience and kindness seen across Buckinghamshire through the pandemic, was lit for the first time last night to shine as a beacon of hope this winter.
Aylesbury’s panto-goers have raised over £25,000 for Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity since the first panto production at Aylesbury Waterside Theatre, Cinderella with Cilla Black back in 2010.
People in Wendover can get together with friends, family and work colleagues over the upcoming festive period to host a quiz night in support of Parkinson’s UK.
This weekend (4-5 Dec), the Widows Sons Masonic Bikers Association (West Kent) held its annual ‘Toy Run’, where members dressed-up as Father Christmas and elves to deliver more than 500 gifts to excited children via motorbike.
Thank yous from the organisers of the Poppy Appeal and Remembrance Parade in 2021
On a blustery and cold November day volunteers from the Wendover Canal Trust (formerly the Wendover Arm Trust) commenced re-watering of a further quarter mile section of the canal between the two footbridges
Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity is launching a Christmas Appeal to ensure local families get the help and support they need over the festive period.
New Campaign from Heart Research UK Seeks to Educate People on the Risk of Heart Attacks Over the Winter Period
Reports have found that the risk of heart attack rises approximately 15% over Christmas time
Last Saturday night the community of Bedgrove in Aylesbury came together to raise money for Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity in memory of Helen Willment Tibbs at Bedgrove’s Big Christmas Light Switch on.