Revelers at a previous festival The 26th Aylesbury Beer Festival will build on the huge success of last year’s event which raised over £10,000 for Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity the…
A follow-up to the April article about Michelle White's quest to complete two marathons for charity.
Airmen from RAF Halton recently assisted a care home in a scarecrow building competition in Hailey Village.
As the County Council continues work on its Ofsted Improvement Plan - meet the man who will play a vital role in ensuring Buckinghamshire's vulnerable children and adults are kept safe.
Buckinghamshire County Council is making ‘steady progress’ to improve children’s services, with most children “receiving helpful support when they are first referred to children’s social care”, according to Ofsted in its monitoring letter published today.
Zachary Allen, from Chalfont St Peter (11), was diagnosed as deaf aged three and at eight was given cochlear implants in a bid to aid his speech perception, hearing and overall quality of life, but like all children of his age he wanted to take part in sports.
In Buckinghamshire your GP, nurse or pharmacist will not generally give you a prescription for over the counter medicines for a range of minor health concerns. This follows national guidance from NHS England.
Working hand in hand with their local GP practice, Patient Participation Groups (PPGs) support and advise their local doctor’s surgery on patients’ needs.
10-16 June is National Carers Week and if you are a carer, or know someone who is, you’ll understand how incredibly important this role is to the people they care for.
A new home for looked after children has opened its doors in Aylesbury, providing additional residential placements for up to five young people in care.