A Bucks charity has deployed volunteers to the Bay of Bengal, which has been hit by a tropical storm.
A charity president arranged a VIP dinner at Aylesbury Young Offender’s Institution to show how much positive work is done there following a controversial documentary on the prison.
You can also find them under Studio no. 180 on the Bucks Open Studios' booklet which is available in local shops and libraries and on Bucks Open Studios website under the following link http://www.bucksopenstudios.org.uk/exhibitorlisting.asp?ArtCat=Painting&keyword=Simpatico&postcode=&searchdate=&button=Search
A group battling the building of 3,000 homes on the edge of Aylesbury is looking for volunteers to help fight its corner.
A massive recruitment campaign for foster carers in Bucks has been supported by the cast Birds of a Feather, who are currently appearing at Aylesbury’s Waterside Theatre.
Nine out of 10 business owners would set out on their own again despite the difficulties of running their own firms.
Picture the Chelsea Flower Show and you’ll probably dream of incredible floral displays. Andrew Sinclair thought of a 19ft tall dinosaur ridden by a naked fat lady wearing a top hat.
Christopher Dixon, 27, of Owen Place, and Gregory Grant, 33, of Vincent Road, were both found guilty of conspiring to pervert the course of justice following a trial at Aylesbury Crown Court.
Apparently, the A40 Abbey Way flyover will be partially closed until further notice (single lane each way). I expect this will cause major delays, as it's near the town centre, the big roundabout in the valley and the Eden centre.
There is some (not very helpful) information here: http://www.bucksfreepress.co.uk/news/10414467.Delays_expected_as_major_Wycombe_road_is_partially_closed/?ref=mc.
However, the BBC Travel News pages is not currently reporting any delays (Friday lunchtime), so maybe it's OK.
Aylesbury town centre pubs have praised the triumphant return of Friars gigs to Aylesbury for boosting their trade.