Back in the Autumn of 1875 a young unknown Scottish writer visited Wendover, staying the night at the Red Lion in the High Street.
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A German range finder, possibly used to target Allied tanks during the Second World War, has been rescued from the rubbish skips and handed over to a unique museum.
The Assault Pioneers of 2 Mercians arrived at RAF Halton the last week in March to take the lead on a joint project to renovate the WW1 training trenches in a quiet copse behind Initial Force Protection Training hangar (IFPT).
Secret notes scribbled by Codebreakers, found stuffed into the cracks between beams in the roof of Hut 6, have gone on show at Bletchley Park for the first time.
Buckinghamshire joined more than 730 communities around the world in raising the Commonwealth Flag on Monday March 9.
Victor Madeira will talk about his book, Britannia and the Bear - The Anglo-Russian Intelligence Wars 1917-1929, as part of the prestigious and popular Bletchley Park Presents lecture series.
When the bombs rained down and houses were reduced to piles of rubble, the familiar figure of the milkman picking his way along the street, jaunty cap on his head, was an immensely reassuring sight.
Fifty years ago on 30th January 1965, over one hundred Aircraft Apprentices from 104 Entry RAF Halton, provided route lining and honour guards to the funeral of Sir Winston Churchil
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