The first of two roundabouts on Stoke Hammond and Western Linslade bypasses will be resurfaced at the weekend (17-20 August).
News from the local area - and further afield - July 1918.
A review of bus services to small towns, villages and rural areas is launched today (Wednesday, 6 June) by Buckinghamshire County Council.
Care England, the largest representative body for independent care providers for adult social care has expressed disappointment that a number of councils have decided not to respond to the increasing cost pressures of supporting vulnerable people in local care homes.
Last week, one of Britain’s oldest and best loved home-shopping companies said goodbye to its staff, with a loss of over 140 employees.
The idyllic country settings across Buckinghamshire, used for so many films and TV productions like the classic Midsomer Murders series, are threatened by a growing crime-wave.
Over 100 athletes representing 13 spinal injury units from across the United Kingdom and Ireland attended the 31st Inter Spinal Unit Games tournament in Stoke Mandeville from 16-20 April 2018.
During a recent Ofsted inspection Wendover Pre-school, based at Wendover Memorial Hall on Wharf Road, were awarded Outstanding by Ofsted.
Wednesday 17 January 2018 was a very lucky day for Superdraw supporter Mrs D from Maidenhead
The County Council wishes to clarify that the press release (PR9786) issued last week relating to the current consultation on closing the boarding facility at Pebble Brook School, Aylesbury was sent in error. The County Council apologises to the school for any confusion caused.