Wendover Thursday Market continues to flourish during the refurbishment of the Manor Waste.
Members of the newly-formed Amersham Men in Sheds group are celebrating after raising almost £250 from their first street stall.
Trinity Community Centre staff have again held a bucket collection on the gates of RAF Halton for Children In Need, and afterwards held a coffee, cake and bacon buttie café.
Ryan Meredith, Human Resources Co-ordinator at Aylesbury College, recently completed the Great North Run in Newcastle
RAF Halton’s Station Commander, Group Captain Adrian Burns, accepted a cheque from the Chairman of the Vale of Aylesbury Sponsored Ride, Mr John Yarroll, this week
It’s ‘ale’ in a great day’s work at the annual food and drink ‘Oscars’ for The Chiltern Brewery.
After 4 months of intensive training the Waterside Whittington Walk team made up of theatre staff completed their biggest fundraiser to date for Florrie’s Children’s Team.
The Chilterns MS Centre in Wendover is celebrating 30 years of providing treatment and therapy for people with Multiple Sclerosis (MS).
Two men have been jailed by Aylesbury Crown Court for their part in a rogue trader scam involving more than a quarter of a million pounds.
Residents hoping to become successful entrepreneurs will pitch business ideas to a panel of experts in High Wycombe next week.