The Chilterns as we know it today is a beautiful landscape of woods and picturesque villages. But, in the past, it was also a busy industrial environment where people made their livings in the woods and cottages.
In accordance with RAF Halton’s commitment to engage with local schools the Trenchard Museum has hosted a visit from the Wendover CE Junior School.
The heyday of British home computing in the 1980s is the focus of a pop-up display at The National Museum of Computing on the Bletchley Park Estate until 30 June 2020.
Ted Oates was Local Face in January 2020
As many as possible of the remaining World War 2 Dunkirk veterans were interviewed for stories by Josh Levine who was researching for his book Dunkirk (2011). Ted Oates of…
L-R, Buckinghamshire County Council Chairman, Cllr Brian Roberts, I.Stephanie Boyce, Mr Francis Sheridan Aylesbury Library has proudly received a copy of a new book marking 100 years since the Sex Disqualification…
More than 130 members attended a celebration at Leighton Buzzard Railway on Sunday 17th November to commemorate 100 years since the line first opened.
Last weekend, County Council Chairman Brian Roberts paid special tribute to the crew of a WWII American warplane who sacrificed their lives in a deliberate move to avoid crashing into a residential area of High Wycombe and potentially killing hundreds of civilians on the ground.
Videos of the Remembrance Ceremony in Wendover, 10 November 2019
To commemorate the 100th Anniversary year of the Forestry Commission and RAF Halton, Station personnel and Forestry staff have planted an avenue of 100 lime trees at Wendover Woods to replace those knocked down during the storms of 1987