Being physically active is one of the best ways to stay healthy for all age groups - and when it's a group activity, it's also a great way of staying socially connected.
A team from Buckinghamshire County Council joined a 'cast of thousands' on Saturday (June 4) supporting Oxford's Pride Festival parade.
A major initiative to attract new social workers is being launched in Bucks in an effort to secure jobs for local people and cut the costs of employing agency staff to cover vital roles.
A campaign aimed at helping Buckinghamshire to fight modern slavery has won the support of Buckinghamshire County Council's Transport Environment and Communities Select Committee.
The Road Safety Team at Transport for Buckinghamshire (TfB) and Thames Valley Police were out and about during May to raise driver awareness of the importance of ensuring their eyesight meets the ‘standards of vision for driving’.
National competition judges have praised Buckinghamshire and Surrey Trading Standards for the way they extended their healthy eating campaign into leisure centres across the country.
New centre opens in High Wycombe to give Young People with Learning and Support needs a chance to learn life and work skills on their doorstep
A specialist education centre designed to help young people with learning and support needs gain work and life-skills has opened its doors in High Wycombe.
Dozens of small children enjoyed a special treat as author Ann Meek read her award-winning book to them this week at Buckingham Library.
This facility is one of the first in the UK as it focusses on vocation and employment as well as living more independently and academic studies
Public invited to free information sessions on child sexual exploitation to help keep all children safe
Residents are being invited to attend an information evening about child sexual exploitation (CSE) in one of five locations across the county to learn more about CSE.