Nursery children from Aylesbury were among a group of green-fingered gardeners helping to plant fruit trees recently at Barratt and David Wilson Homes’ flagship development, Kingsbrook.
Directors from leading Watford-based housebuilder Barratt and David Wilson Homes have pitched in for a day to help a local nature reserve to improve habitats for local wildlife.
The Inland Waterways Association has sponsored a Family Camp in Wendover Pocket Park
Work could start as soon as the summer on creating a new traffic-free walking and cycling route linking Haydon Hill, Aylesbury, with Waddesdon Greenway.
A new survey shows that 98% of visitors to Buckinghamshire's household recycling centres remain satisfied with the service they receive
Several local parishes include land rich in wildlife
Our planet faces significant threats from the impact of climate change
Two Buckinghamshire schools have been awarded a national acclaim for their savvy sustainable school travel plans which encourage children and young people to walk or cycle to school.
Art lovers are being given the chance to discover new works by local artists at College Lake nature reserve.
To commemorate the 100th Anniversary year of the Forestry Commission and RAF Halton, Station personnel and Forestry staff have planted an avenue of 100 lime trees at Wendover Woods to replace those knocked down during the storms of 1987