Buckingham Ladies Circle has announced the date of this year’s Buckingham 10km run as October 13.
Major work is set to be carried out this summer to resolve the problem of flooding at Buckingham’s Candleford Court development.
Akeley Wood School has unveiled its plans for a new sixth form Centre of Excellence.
Buckingham’s flood volunteers had their first training day on Saturday at the parish church.
Readers only have a few days left to vote for Buckingham Rotary Club’s Citizen of the Year.
The former home of Buckingham Town Football Club has been bought by the University Of Buckingham.
Children at Greatworth Primary School have received a donation of 200 books for the school library in memory of Mary Rouse.
A Buckingham man has been fined after dropping a carrier bag of litter from his car.
The Milton Keynes Credit Union has expanded its operation into Buckingham and Winslow.
Plans to revamp and reopen Buckingham’s Well Street Centre are still on target, says Bucks County Council (BCC), despite 18 months of apparent inactivity on the site.
A Buckingham grandmother has asked the town council to provide dog-free areas for children in the town’s parks in time for the school holidays.
Speculation has been rife after road signs directing traffic to Buckingham’s new housing development were covered up last Friday.
The University of Buckingham Music Society presents its first concert 10 years tonight, Friday, at the Radcliffe Centre.
The new landlords of Buckingham pub hope to buck a national trend by giving the venue a new lease of life.
At its annual meeting last week, Buckingham Table announced that 2012 was the club’s best ever year for fundraising and activities.
Find out about support and services on offer to people with dementia and their carers next week, during Dementia Awareness Week.
Find out how tabloid headlines can be turned into poetry at an illustrated talk by the University of Buckingham’s creative artist in residence, Graham Roos, on Tuesday, May 21.
A veterinary practice which has served the Advertiser and Review region since the 1940s has teamed up with the country’s largest and longest standing independent veterinary schools.
Firefighters from Towcester helped rescue a driver who had gone over the roundabout at the Old Stratford junction on Saturday, May 11.
A Buckingham five-year-old visited Buckingham Fire Station on Monday to thank firefighters who rescued him when he got stuck in a tree.
Buckingham Canal Society volunteers were trained to drive diggers and dumper trucks on a training weekend at Bourton Meadow.
The doors to Buckingham’s public toilets have been locked at 3pm this week, due to reports of vandalism and drug use in the facility.
A new Singing For The Brain group launches in
A team of four women from Brackley and Buckingham will be strolling through London in their bras this weekend.
Residents living near the proposed Sainsbury’s store on London Road, Buckingham, were invited to a drop-in session at the Buckingham Hotel yesterday, Thursday, night.3 comments
A father of three from Brackley has planned a series of gruelling fundraising feats in the name of an eight-year-old with a rare condition.
Silverstone circuit has been awarded nearly half a million pounds by the Lottery to develop plans to exploit the race venue’s historic past.
There is still time to register for the Cancer Research UK Sponsored Dog Walk on Sunday, starting at 10am at the Heartlands. Meet just over the bridge from Cornwall’s Meadow car park.
After 20 years of providing sanctuary to abandoned animals in Whittlebury, the Algernon Trust is now a registered charity.
It’s National Walking Month during May, and there are now free guided walks open to all in Buckingham and Winslow.
Dozens of firefighters were called to a blaze that spread to two garages in Deanshanger on Bank Holiday Monday
The University of Buckingham is holding an informal open evening to showcase its part-time marketing courses.
An antiques centre which brings around 140,000 visitors a year to Brackley has been voted the best of its kind in the country.
A Buckingham rower is celebrating after her team smashed a world record for a cross-channel row on Sunday.
Conservatives have retained overall control of Bucks County Council following this morning’s election count.
“We had the most fantastic day,” said the former owner of Flappers, Trisha Lightfoot, after the shop closed its doors for the last time on Saturday.
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Children from Maids Moreton CofE School enjoyed the sunshine yesterday, Thursday, and took part in some maypole dancing.
A row has broken out after people turning up to vote in the Bucks County Council elections found they had to pay to park at the Swan Pool and Leisure Centre.
TV chef Vivek Singh will visit Buckingham on Thursday, May 16, to give an interactive masterclass.
A project which has seen prisoners turn a derelict site into a thriving farm and garden education centre will open its doors to the public in two events this summer.
Children from schools around Buckingham took part in traditional maypole and country dancing.
Two years on from the Japanese earthquake and tsunami, University of Buckingham students are hosting a fundraising memorial event from 6pm to 10pm on Monday, May 6, in Old Tanlaw Mill.
Buckingham Ladies’ Circle is looking for members.
Advertiser and Review readers will be heading to the polls this Thursday to vote for their county councillors. With so much going on in national politics, there will be lots for voters to think about.
Well Street United Church is to start holding its Sunday services at the Royal Latin School.
Concert pianist Sally Mellor and actor and landscape gardener Francesca Murray are presenting an evening of music and poetry, In Celebration Of Gardens, at the Radcliffe Centre, Buckingham, in support of the Puzzle Centre.
The salacious private life of Samuel Pepys will form the backdrop for a performance by Mr Simpson’s Little Consort at the Old Gaol in Buckingham next month.
Pupils from Buckingham Primary School and Bourton Meadow Academy will be performing traditional Maypole dances on May 1, and pupils from Grenville Combined School will demonstrate country dancing.
Flutterbuys gift shop, in Buckingham, is running a May Madness promotion during the month of May.
Members from Buckingham and Bicester’s Glee Clubs joined a ‘Mass Glee-In’ in Bracknell on Sunday.
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Weather for Buckingham
Saturday 25 May 2013
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