More than 30,000 young people with disabilities and special educational needs will be able to take part in The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award, thanks to a grant of £300,000 from the Freemasons.
Aylesbury-based charity Youth Concern welcomed pop icon Tony Hadley to their Drop-in Centre at the Uptown Coffee Bar on Whitehill Street on Monday 7th June.
The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service aims to recognise outstanding work by volunteer groups to benefit their local communities.
On 12 June 2021 the charity Lymphoma Action reaches an important milestone - 35 years of supporting people affected by lymphoma
Max, a local schoolboy from Aylesbury, has been inspired and motivated by his mum to take part in NOT The Midnight Walk for Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity this year after seeing her enjoy the event last year.
The museum is fully open once again from Tuesday 18 May
The Leighton Buzzard Railway is delighted to announce that following the next stage of lockdown easing, trains will recommence on Saturday 22nd May
The Hospice Lottery Partnership has now distributed over £15 million of funding to its partner charities since 1997, thanks to the wonderful supporters who take part in the weekly lottery or biannual Superdraws.
Construction work has started on a major project that delivers a section of the Leighton Buzzard Eastern Link Road
Freemasons are leading a project to help up to 33,000 adult, young and parent carers, with donations of more than £715,000.