Art and photography created to increase awareness of mental health in ordinary everyday life will form an exhibition touring towns across the county.
The Government has appointed a new independent chair to head up Buckinghamshire's Children's Services Improvement Board.
Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games bronze medallist and London 2012 Paralympian Jade Jones attended the 28th Inter Spinal Unit Games at Stoke Mandeville Stadium last week.
A Wendover choir is busy with last minute rehearsals as it prepares to take part in a nationwide singing competition called the Big Sing Off.
The campaign to give new homes to children in care continues with more fostering information sessions around the county.
Buckinghamshire's Children's Services do not need any further Government intervention, the County Council is capable of leading its own improvement programme, and an independent person is to be appointed to replace the Chief Executive as chair of the Children's Services Improvement Board.
Buckinghamshire's Safeguarding Children Board (BSCB), which aims to protect children and young people from abuse is urging residents to join them in the fight against child sexual exploitation (CSE) on Wednesday (18 March) as part of a national awareness day.
The silence over mental health is being challenged by a competition that's using the visual power of art and photography to get people to express their feelings about the issue.
Wendover Toddlers runs every Monday during term time, 1.30-3pm in the Wendover Memorial Hall, aimed at babies and toddlers aged 0-5.
The Volunteer Hub is running a major campaign over the next month to recruit volunteers for local groups and clubs in Buckinghamshire who provide social activities for older and vulnerable adults.