The theme of this year's Recycle Week, taking place between 23 and 29 September, is to encourage local people to take recycling into their own hands and do whatever they can to protect the environment.
County Council Chairman Brian Roberts rolled up his sleeves and got stuck in helping to promote the good work carried out by charities Child Bereavement UK and Parkinson's UK at Aylesbury's Waterside Festival last weekend.
Forty people in the small community of residents and businesses in the historic old town of Chesham have signed up to have their properties protected from flash flooding.
A community volunteer who has tirelessly dedicated his free time to raise awareness and protect his community from scams, has received a Chartered Trading Standards Institute (CTSI) Brian Smith Hero Award.
People from Wendover and the surrounding areas are being asked for their views on how Wendover Community Library might be improved.
Over the summer months, Transport for Buckinghamshire (TfB) has been carrying out road surface dressing work at 27 locations across the county.
Broughton Community Infant School in Aylesbury, which was struck by a fire at the end of last year, has received a donation of over £1,000 to help improve the school’s facilities.
Barratt and David Wilson Homes has donated £1,000 to a non-profit organisation in Aylesbury to help fund the purchase of a brand new electric food van and accommodate the charity’s goal of helping those in need from the surrounding area.
Michael Anthony Estate Agents and Aylesbury and District Football League looking forward to coming football season
Leading northern home counties estate agency, Michael Anthony Estate Agents and Aylesbury and District Football League are excitedly looking forward to the forthcoming football season. With the continuation of the…
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