Schoolchildren across Aylesbury Vale have been getting in a carnival mood as they prepare for this year’s Roald Dahl Festival.
A minute’s silence has been held by Bucks county councillors following the terrorist killing of a soldier in London yesterday.
The first round of treatment designed to save Alex Novakovic’s life has gone well, with the seven year old emerging feeling ‘fit and strong’.
Opponents of plans to build 3,000 homes on the edge of Aylesbury are gearing up for battle after raising more than £30,000 to fight an upcoming appeal.
It may only be spring, but the cast of Aylesbury Waterside Theatre’s Christmas panto has today been revealed.
The Government cannot continue to ignore increasingly powerful voices against HS2 and must consider alternative options, the Chiltern Society said today.
Antiques are flooding in to Aylesbury’s Market Square today (Tuesday) as people bring their treasures to be valued by celebrity antiques expert John Bly.
Little yellow ducks have been springing up around Aylesbury Vale to promote Bucks Open Studios art exhibition.
Plans for 1,560 homes east of Watermead have been recommended for refusal by a district council planning officer.
Aylesbury’s new mayor is relishing the chance to represent the town, despite admitting that he doesn’t seek the limelight.
Leaders have been urged not to let the chance to ‘inspire a generation’ after the London 2012 Olympics slip.
Heathrow Airport Holdings Ltd has now revealed the proposal, one of 10 being considered to tackle predictions that London airports will be full by 2030, is no longer being considered.