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.
RAF Halton will exercise its right to the Freedom of Aylesbury on 1 Jun 14 at 1345 hrs
A community organisation that supports children of service personnel and veterans in Buckinghamshire has used a grant from the Libor fund to increase its support capability.
As part of the Armed Forces Community Covenant, Buckinghamshire County Council asked RAF Halton to organise a Youth Outreach event to engage with children from the local schools and introduce them to the Royal Air Force.
The Wendover Neighbourhood Policing Team is asking residents to be extra vigilant after a card skimming device was found on the cash point outside Budgens in the High Street, Wendover. It is unknown how long it has been there for and Officers are working with the staff at Budgens to look through CCTV to try and identify the offender/offenders.
In January, Military Wives Choir Halton were delighted to be invited to help raise awareness for Sign Health
Logistics and Supply Basic Training Course 203 have made a donation of £150 to a local Wendover nursing home.
On 29 January, Thames Valley Police released the results of a survey about crime and street lighting.
The Vale of Aylesbury Scout District has been allocated four places at the 2014 World Scout Jamboree.
Students at the Wendover Campus of the Chiltern Way Federation are putting together a special shipment for British troops in Afghanistan this Christmas.