On Thursday 11 September the Chiltern Society were delighted to present a winner’s certificate and a bottle of champagne to the winning tea shop ‘House of High Tea’ at 61 High Street, Berkhamsted, HP4 2DE.
There are now defibrillators in central Wendover for public use
Young Enterprise - skills based volunteering that really makes a difference
HRH The Duchess of Cambridge’s grandmother was among the first few people in the world to know World War Two had ended.
The Summer Bytes Festival at The National Museum of Computing on Bletchley Park is springing lots of surprises
The August 2014 edition of the Bletchley Park Podcast, Inspiring Women, is available now on Audioboo’s Bletchley Park Channel and iTunes.
People gathered at the War Memorial on the Manor Waste for a short service and wreath laying at 11pm on Monday 4 August 2014 to mark the entry of the UK into what became the Great War, now known as World War One.
Bucks UTC’s construction and IT students were commended for their excellent attitude and craftsmanship, in building 320 commemorative crosses for a field of remembrance next to Amersham Cricket Club.
Chugging is the worst and most damaging form of charity fundraising there has ever been – says a new report.
The South Central Ambulance Service would like to open communications with you as fellow local patients and villagers, potential “999” patients, and also as the “owners” of the service.