Haddenham’s community-owned greengrocer becomes a reality!
The community has untied to save the village greengrocers, with the group behind the deal saying the shop is set for an exciting future that will benefit local shoppers and the environment.
Bucks mum to take on group skydive
A mum from Bucks will take part in a charity skydive next month.
Appeal following serious injury road traffic collision in Aylesbury
Police are appealing for information following a serious injury road traffic collision in Aylesbury.
Padel tennis courts coming to Bucks village green belt
Plans for two new padel tennis courts have been approved, bringing the UK’s fastest-growing sport to a Buckinghamshire village.
NHS seasonal vaccine rollout starts with the most vulnerable
Residents in older adult care homes and people who are housebound are receiving their covid and flu vaccinations across Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire, and Berkshire West (BOB), as the NHS kickstarts the winter vaccinations campaign.
Bucks solar farm plan branded 'ugly and dangerous' by residents
Dozens of residents have attacked plans for huge a solar farm in Buckinghamshire, branding it ‘ugly’ and ‘dangerous’.
Bucks Inpatient Pain Team win HSJ Patient Safety Award
Buckinghamshire NHS Healthcare Trust's Inpatient Pain Team won the Deteriorating Patients and Rapid Response Initiative of the Year at the recent HSJ Patient Safety Awards.
Bucks charity awarded £1,000
A charity based in Buckinghamshire is celebrating after receiving a donation of £1,000 as part of Benefact Group’s Movement for Good Awards.
75 Years of the Paralympic Movement which started in Stoke Mandeville.
In 1944, at the request of the British Government, Dr. Ludwig Guttmann opened a spinal injuries centre at the Stoke Mandeville Hospital in Great Britain, and in time, rehabilitation sport evolved to recreational sport and then to competitive sport.
The Great Train Robbery happened here in Bucks 60 years ago
Cheddington historian John Smith talks us through the events of Thursday 8th August 1963 (this was first recorded 11 years ago).
'Churchill's Toy Shop' at The Firs, Whitchurch
How many times have you driven past 'The Firs' at the top of Whitchurch High Street and wondered what really did go on behind those walls during the 2nd World War.
Lewis Capaldi Latest Video Filmed in Bucks
'Wish You The Best' video was filmed in Little Missenden.
A Wendover Woman Discovered What the Universe was Made of
Wendover born, Cecilia Payne-Gaposchkin (b: May 10, 1900 – d: December 7, 1979) discovered that stars are made of hydrogen and helium.