On the 21st of October, Halton House Officer’s Mess became HMS Halton, as RAF Halton commemorated the Battle of Trafalgar
Remembrance Sunday holds great importance for the council and our residents
Captain Sir Tom Moore presented with the very first new Veterans’ Railcard, as new design unveiled
The Leighton Buzzard Railway is delighted to announce that its first weekend was a sellout success, with more than 400 passengers carried over the two days across twelve departures.
Planned renovations to one of the oldest buildings in High Wycombe have been given the green light, thanks to the granting of Listed Building Consent and Planning Permission.
What are we celebrating on Battle of Britain Day?
Organisers say the coronavirus-enforced lockdown led to quicker than expected progress for a Buckinghamshire New University-led five-year research project
Ever wondered what the connection is between the Coombe Hill monument, Cold War missile and rocket testing at Westcott, West Wycombe Park and the remains of Ludgershall medieval village?
The popular annual history festival from Buckinghamshire Archives is going entirely online for 2020
With traditional social gatherings not being possible for the 75th anniversary of Victory over Japan Day (VJ Day) on 15 August, Buckinghamshire Council has taken all its commemorations online.