Aylesbury is offering an alternative Christmas experience this year that will have people's well-being and safety at its heart.
The team at David Wilson Homes will be pretty in pink this Friday 23th October, to help raise awareness for Breast Cancer Now.
Buckinghamshire Council has announced plans to move ahead with the implementation of the Ivinghoe area 'freight zone', after some delays due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Heritage & Sons and Shires Funeral Directors have teamed up with Against Breast Cancer, to support their Hammocks for Hope initiative
World’s Strongest Disabled Man, Pete Linnett, completes double challenge for charity ‘close to his heart,’ Spinal Research.
World’s Strongest Disabled Man Completes Double Challenge for Charity.
Local not-for-profit organisation The Hospice Lottery Partnership raised £33,000 from its Summer Superdraw which was launched to raise much needed funds for local hospices who have all experienced an unexpected loss of income in the last few months due to the impact of coronavirus (COVID-19).
Berkhamsted man with multiple sclerosis completed his challenge to walk for one hour to raise money for his local therapy centre – The Chilterns MS Centre.
Local businesses are supporting the building of a new sculptural installation at Stoke Mandeville Hospital - Nightingale’s Rainbow - to pay tribute to the resilience and community spirit shown by the NHS and the people of Buckinghamshire, in responding to the COVID-19 lockdown in 2020
To help local businesses in Aylesbury town centre, parts of Cambridge Street and George Street were recently pedestrianised
Aylesbury Market Live will take place in Aylesbury's historic Market Square on Friday 28 August between 11am and 2pm.