Aylesbury MP, Rob Butler, has welcomed new defence funding which will help protect our country and create tens of thousands of jobs.
Doorstep crime increases during the winter months due to bogus callers and rogue traders taking advantage of our need for a safe, warm and dry home during bad weather.
Eligible local businesses can apply now for one of the two Bucks Business Grants the council is setting up to help support businesses who have been impacted by the current national lockdown.
7-31 January 2021, Thursday-Sunday from 4-10pm (8pm Sundays)
2020 has certainly been different, but it’s also brought an even stronger focus to wide-ranging benefits of the arts: creating, experiencing, enjoying
Department for Transport: DfT publishes recommendations to deliver fairer deal for communities on HS2 property schemes
An overhaul of how land and property is purchased for High Speed 2 (HS2) will deliver a fairer deal for communities impacted by the project
Across Buckinghamshire over the next few weeks, the latest round of Community Board meetings will bring together local people, groups and organisations, to focus on how to tackle the issues that matter most in their area
White Ribbon Day will be marked on Wednesday 25 November 2020, to raise people's awareness of domestic abuse and help reassure victims that help is available
This winter Buckinghamshire’s health and care services will be working hard to make sure you stay safe and well – and you can help them by using the right service at the right time.
Victims First, which supports victims of crime and abuse across Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire, has launched a Live Chat service to improve access to support for victims.