Organisers say the coronavirus-enforced lockdown led to quicker than expected progress for a Buckinghamshire New University-led five-year research project
Ever wondered what the connection is between the Coombe Hill monument, Cold War missile and rocket testing at Westcott, West Wycombe Park and the remains of Ludgershall medieval village?
The popular annual history festival from Buckinghamshire Archives is going entirely online for 2020
With traditional social gatherings not being possible for the 75th anniversary of Victory over Japan Day (VJ Day) on 15 August, Buckinghamshire Council has taken all its commemorations online.
Why did Wendover Parish Council decide to fix a blue plaque to a house in Wendover?
On Saturday 11 July 2020, Wendover News published information supplied by HS2 Ltd about exciting archaeological discoveries along the proposed route, click here . The press release stimulated some questions…
Walkers noticed that footpaths in fields either side of Ellesborough Road had been fenced off at the start of lockdown. A footpath accessible from Bacombe Lane was diverted, much to…
A 14th century town centre building in High Wycombe - once the thriving Wheatsheaf Inn on the old London to Oxford road - will be restored thanks to a £350,000 grant from the Architectural Heritage Fund.
Important remains from a 4,000-year-old Bronze Age ceremonial site near Wendover have been carefully removed and documented by professional archaeological excavation teams working ahead of HS2 construction work
HS2 uncovers Iron Age murder victim and timber Stonehenge-style formation during excavations at Wellwick Farm
Archaeologists working on the HS2 project in Buckinghamshire have discovered a skeleton believed to be a murder victim from the Iron Age.