Nikki Magrath (55) from Amersham has suffered from hearing problems since early childhood but her life changed entirely when she lost her hearing in a single day.
What should you do if you think you have SSHL?
Wycombe Wanderers team up with Time to Change Buckinghamshire to break down the stigma around mental health
Around 5,500 football fans showed their support to Time to Change Buckinghamshire at a League 1 football match between Wycombe Wanderers and Charlton Athletic on Tuesday 9 April at Adams Park.
During March 2019 RAF Halton supported the RAF Benevolent Fund at two bucket collection events raising over £900.00.
1st April marks the start of a new financial year and many of the costs of daily life increase.
Cherry Tree House residential home in Dobbins Lane are delighted to have been named in the Top 20 Care Home Groups in the UK for the 3rd year running.
A year ago Buckinghamshire man Harry Matharu was at serious risk of developing Type 2 diabetes - his weight had teetered into the ‘obese’ category and his blood sugar levels were worryingly high.
Buckinghamshire Adult Learning is now offering Supported Internships to young adults with special educational needs to help them gain sustainable employment.
A good neighbour scheme that tackles loneliness, social isolation and doorstep crime across Buckinghamshire has won national acclaim.
Buckinghamshire County Council and its partners on the Buckinghamshire Safeguarding Children Board are calling for people to make sure they can spot the signs of abuse, so we can all do our bit to keep children safe against child sexual exploitation (CSE).