The rate of detentions under the Mental Health Act in England for black or black British people was more than four times higher than for white people in 2019-20, a new report shows.
Due to the unprecedented impact of COVID-19 this year, Buckinghamshire Council is supporting pupils who are eligible for benefits-related free school meals and are committed to ensure that no child in need goes hungry.
RAF Halton’s Workshops team have been selected as the winner of the Babcock 2020 Aviation Recognition Health & Safety Customer Engagement Award.
Wendy Gray at Road Farm Countryways receiving the BBC Three Counties Make a Difference Award for social care On Tuesday 22nd September, Andy Collins from BBC Three Counties Radio arrived…
More mobile testing sites are coming to Buckinghamshire over the coming half-term week, alongside the new walk-through testing centre now operating in Aylesbury.
In the current gloomy economic climate, it is unusual to see a new business expanding, but Good Oaks Aylesbury is certainly bucking the trend
The team at David Wilson Homes will be pretty in pink this Friday 23th October, to help raise awareness for Breast Cancer Now.
A new walk-through coronavirus testing site has been set up at Buckinghamshire Council’s Gateway building car park in Aylesbury – where it is planned to remain for the foreseeable future.
Buckinghamshire Volunteer Matching Service is recruiting countywide with particular need in Wycombe, Missendens and Chesham areas
Care England, the largest representative body for independent providers of adult social care, is looking to the future with its online conference on Thursday 12 November entitled Tomorrow’s World.