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.
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.
Thames Valley Police has taken advantage of a new storage solution which should prevent their bicycles from being stolen by even the most hardened bike thieves.
RAF Halton was busy for the first fortnight in July with youngsters completing work experience assignments in different areas of the Station.
The Parish Church of St Peter & St Paul was packed on Saturday 28 June for a rousing commemorative Proms Concert.
RAF Halton personnel have supported two Armed Forces Day flag raising events in Aylesbury and Hemel Hempstead
Over 70 local and service schoolchildren took to the skies recently as part of the Young Flyers scheme which aims to offer all children, between 8 and 18 years of age, a 20 minute flight in a light aircraft for them to discover the joy and thrill of aviation.
Part of the Trooping the Colour Flypast could be seen from Wendover shortly after 13:00 on Saturday 14 June 2014
The Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) for Thames Valley, Anthony Stansfeld,has announced the launch of the Police Property Act Fund for 2014/15.
Aylesbury turned out in force on 1 June to thank RAF Halton as the Station celebrated the Freedom Of Aylesbury with a parade through the town.