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A FATHER Christmas from High Wycombe took time out from his busy schedule to donate blood.
A KEEN biker hopped on his wheels with his daughter to spread a little festive cheer.
AIR ambulance services in South Bucks have been suspended after a problem was detected on the same model of helicopter that crashed into a pub in Scotland, killing nine people.
POLICE in Tylers Green have been carrying out speed checks around the village.
A BAND which have supported Jake Bugg and The Charlatans, among other established musicians, is coming to south Bucks tomorrow.
A PARISH council will not receive an insurance pay out for money taken by a former clerk.
JAMES Bond’s gadget man celebrated his latest state-of-the-art creation last week at the studios used to film the 007 franchise.
A MUM of a terminally ill child has been overwhelmed by the support of residents who have helped make her daughter's Christmas special.
POLICE hunting a pair of “audacious” bank robbers have released further details about this week’s Stokenchurch raid.
A PLETHORA of Christmas trees stood proudly in a church in Chinnor at the weekend.
THE following planning applications were validated by South Bucks councils on Tuesday, December 10.
AN appeal in the Bucks Free Press - and a TV appearance in the arms of singer Michael Ball - has had a happy Christmas ending for a deaf pup called Puddles.
'LIKE something out of a museum' was how confused staff described a piece of mail that dropped through their letterbox this week - 62 years after it was posted.
New research has revealed the nation will be forced to scale back on their Christmas grocery shopping for the second year in a row.
SCOUTS from Penn and Tylers Green have been delivering Christmas post for more than 20 years.
A BURGLARY has hit the Oxfam charity shop in Marlow this week.
A SPINDLES farm survivor helped Father Christmas deliver carrots at the weekend.
THE traditional Christmas tree on Tylers Green common was put in place this week with the help of schoolboys Max Dale and Freddie McCauley.
A SCHOOLGIRL from Bourne End put her stamp on the village’s festive celebrations last week during a charity fun night for the Christmas lights switch-on.
A BURGLARY took place at The Co-op in Hazlemere in the early hours of this morning.