Dog walkers will have to keep their pets on a lead on Maids Moreton’s green spaces, when a new dog control order comes into effect in April.
A workshop entitled Understanding Your Soil is being held from 10.15am to 1.30pm on Thursday, March 13, at Preston Bissett Nurseries.
Team GB and Olympic swimming star Craig Gibbons took time out from his busy training schedule on Wednesday to urge more local people to take part in the Buckingham Swimathon, which returns to Swan Pool for its third year on Saturday, March 15.
Tickets are on sale for the Buckingham Choral Society’s spring concert at 8pm on Saturday, March 29, in the parish church.
Firefighters were called out on Saturday, March 1, after a car became stuck in floodwater on a rural road near Thornton College, Thornton.
Following the success of last year’s Buckingham Spring Fair, the Green Buckingham Group is organising another Spring Fair in the Old Cattle Pens from 11am to 3pm on Sunday, March 23, with craft demonstrations, live music and a barbecue.
The acclaimed Adderbury Ensemble return to Stowe School on Wednesday, March 12, with the next in their series of concerts of ‘great chamber music in great places’.
An award-winning novelist from south Northants will be giving a reading from her acclaimed new novel, The Moon Field, set during the First World War, on Thursday, March 13, in Buckingham.
A Tingewick-based artist has had her work selected by the Royal Watercolour Society (RWS) for its Contemporary Art Exhibition at the Bankside Gallery in London.
Three friends who grew up together in Buckingham will be cycling from London to Paris in August to raise money for Bowel Cancer UK in memory of a much-loved mum and Royal Latin School teacher .
People wanting to vote for the winner of the Friends for Life competition at Crufts, which features Medical Detection Dog Molly, from Ambrosden, still have time to do so.
A Buckingham woman who blames roadworks on the adjacent A421 bypass for major cracks that have appeared in her garden wall is still waiting for the highways contractor to come to inspect the damage.
A massive pile of rubbish outside flats on Buckingham’s Nelson Street was finally cleared away yesterday, Thursday, after causing a stink for weeks.
A steady stream of people attended Buckingham’s second Food Fair in Buckingham Community Centre last Saturday and Sunday.
Buckingham Town Council is facing an unexpected bill for £770 from Aylesbury Vale District Council (AVDC) for refuse bins at its two outdoor music events this summer.
A woman who lost her fiancé to a rare cancer last year is hosting a fundraising charity race night at Buckingham’s New Inn on Friday.