Visit Buckinghamshire & The Chilterns are delighted to work in partnership with Buckinghamshire New University on two exciting creative projects to put Buckinghamshire’s visitor attractions on the map.
A children's trail was launched 19 July at St Mary's Church, Wendover
A student at the Tring Park School for the Performing Arts who has just taken his A Levels, has been given £100,000 by the West End producer of Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, the musical which opened at the London Palladium last night.
In Memories of Now, Wendover author Tajalli Kesahvarz writes a compelling novel of fluid memories, relationships and regrets.
Are you, or is someone you know, housebound through age, poor health or mobility? Do you love reading and miss going to the library?
More than 300 rarely seen objects spanning two millennia to be revealed in new, permanent gallery at Waddesdon
Panto stars Andy Collins and La Voix donned their Parisian costumes to spread the word of local cycling event L’Etape by Tour De France which is taking place on Bastille Day, Sun 14 July.
The Show, which is open until 7pm today (14 June) and runs until Wednesday 19 June at the University’s Campus in Queen Alexandra Road, High Wycombe, includes a range of eye-catching work from final-year students across its Art & Design courses.
The prestigious Tring Park School for the Performing Arts have won the much-coveted BBC Songs of Praise Senior School Choir of the Year 2019 competition for the second time in four years.
From the 1st – 7th June, The Story Museum will be celebrating national Volunteers’ Week, during which volunteers across the UK are recognised and thanked for their efforts and contributions.