During the Covid-19 Pandemic we have all had to change our daily lives and routine.
Five star housebuilder Barratt Homes recently welcomed the Mayor of Aylesbury, Councillor Mike Smith, to one of its developments to see the new safety measures that have been put in place following the Coronavirus pandemic.
Wendover News is aware that these local businesses are offering food and necessary supplies/services as listed
Barratt and David Wilson Homes has donated a Facebook Portal to Hamilton House in Buckingham to help residents stay connected with friends and family during the Covid-19 outbreak.
Introducing ‘National Treasures’, the latest project from publisher Between Borders, in tribute to the NHS
National Treasures is a curation of first-hand accounts taken from life on the frontline by NHS workers.
Keyworker support on show around Wendover. If you would like to add a photo to this selection, please send it to email@example.com.
Another coronavirus mobile testing site will be running in Aylesbury for up to three days from this Wednesday, 27 May.
Chiltern Way Academy - Wendover has had a lovely letter of praise.
Following the recently updated coronavirus guidance from Government, tennis courts and multi use games areas across some of Buckinghamshire’s parks are open for people to use for outdoor exercise from Friday (22 May).
We are preparing to open as soon as it is allowed and it is deemed safe to do so.