Local News from Wednesday, November 23rd, 2022
Former Aylesbury school boys take on mammoth challenge for charity
Four Old Aylesburians, Chris and Michael Donnachie, David Belgrove, Dafydd Powell and Johnny are undertaking the Bangers to Banjul Challenge in January 2023 to raise funds for The GLOVE Project charity.
Bucks Council launch campaign to make the school run safer
Motorists in Bucks are being asked to think of the safety of pedestrians, as part of a new Bucks Council campaign focusing around schools.
CCTV APPEAL: Burglary in Wendover
Thames Valley Police have released an image of a man officers would like to speak to following a burglary in Wendover.
Wendover Canal Trust launch photo competition
Fancy yourself a keen photographer? Well Wendover Canal Trust have launched a photography competition to allow people to showcase Wendover Canal during the autumn and winter.
Seven fire crews tackle large barn fire in Great Kimble
At 8.04pm yesterday (22/11), they tackled the fire on Lower Icknield Way, which ended up destroying the barn completely.
Aylesbury man behind bars after 'beef' with the law!
Thomas Chapman, aged 42 pleaded guilty at High Wycombe Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday (22/11) to four counts of breaching a Criminal Behaviour Order and one count of shoplifting.
The hose pipe ban across Bucks is OVER
Thames Water have said the continued, heavy rain throughout November has made a real difference to their water levels.