Young people interested in democracy have the chance to be elected to represent Buckinghamshire in the House of Commons.
Residents wishing to discuss how County Council community cash is spent in Haddenham and Long Crendon can attend a workshop meeting on July 22.
Hundreds of children at a High Wycombe school were allowed to vote for the first time last week, during a special public ballot to decide where community cash should be spent.
Two men have been jailed by Aylesbury Crown Court for their part in a rogue trader scam involving more than a quarter of a million pounds.
For the second year running, residents are being invited to tweet their own questions for debate direct into the full Council meeting next Thursday (July 16).
Aylesbury Vale District Council cabinet members will be hitting the road as they hold their next meeting in Wendover on 14 July.
Residents in the 36 parishes that make up the Buckingham Local Area will get an extra vote this year - but not to elect politicians.
The Parliamentary Select Committee for HS2 will be visiting Wendover on the morning of Thursday 11 June.
A new chapter in the democratic history of High Wycombe began today (26 May) when a public vote opened to allow residents to choose where community cash is spent.
Leading rural network ACRE (Action with Communities in Rural England) has appointed Richard Quallington as interim chief executive, its board announced this week.