Aylesbury MP Rob Butler paid tribute to the local firefighters who have taken on extra duties in response to COVID-19, as he visited Buckinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service’s Aylesbury Headquarters this afternoon (Friday 19th).
Speeding traffic is a regular and emotive concern for communities across Thames Valley and a pilot scheme being announced today is set to help tackle the problem.
High Wycombe Food & Wine owner fined £3,509 for selling illegal tobacco from van parked outside his shop.
Cpl Craig Baxter-Leggett from Recruit Training Squadron (RTS) recently took part in a marathon fundraising march around the Henderson Parade Square
GPs from The Simpson Centre & Penn Surgery and the Priory Surgery in High Wycombe featured amongst a line up of speakers at the latest High Wycombe Community Board Covid-19 briefing.
Travel Safe Bucks is supporting Thames Valley Police and Hampshire Constabulary Joint Operations Road Policing Unit mobile phone campaign.
Aylesbury MP Rob Butler has welcomed an extra £1.16 million for Thames Valley Police to tackling serious violence in the region
RAF Halton Station Commander, Personnel, Staff, Trainees and Contractors mustered in groups Wednesday to record a video of a ‘Salute to Captain Sir Tom Moore.’
Buckinghamshire Council Planning Enforcement team has successfully secured the removal of an unauthorised builders merchants and storage compound at Iver Flowerland, Iver Heath.
Aylesbury MP Rob Butler has welcomed the announcement that more than 250 new officers have joined Thames Valley Police since the Government launched its major recruitment drive over a year ago.