Two girls helped their British Heart Foundation (BHF) shop reach their fundraising target after holding a red and white day at their school.
Having access to stationery is something schoolchildren in the UK take for granted but for those in developing countries, it can mean the difference between going to school and eating, or staying hungry.
There truly is something for everyone at the Milton Keynes Theatre this autumn with performances sure to wow the crowds.
A Network Rail safety officer is urging people going to festivals to be careful with their camping stoves after an incident last year left her with 28 per cent burns to her body.
Six new honorary aldermen have been appointed – including one from the Advertiser and Review region.
If you can drive and can spare some time, the hospital car service needs you.
Art students put their paintbrushes to good use to brighten up the outdoor area of a village pub.
A deputy head has been cherry-picked for his first head teacher’s position after six years as part of a secondary school’s leadership team.
Town councillors say their views on plans for a new primary school have been ‘brushed aside as irrelevant and binned’.
Thieves smashed a car window and stole a wallet and some cash.
A festival-goer whose camping stove burnt 28 per cent of her body is returning to the event to warn people about the risks of using them.
Children from Years Six to 11 who are looking to stave off boredom this school holidays are welcome at a number of clubs.
The biggest parachute drop ever which was the subject of a movie starring Michael Caine will be the focus of a talk later this month.
A bag was taken from an unlocked car and police are looking for witnesses.
More schools in Bucks are to receive free school lunches from September.
One in 50 people who die under the age of 60 die of a brain tumour according to a report by a local charity.
Funding to improve bus and cycle connections between Buckingham and the new East West Rail station in Winslow has been announced as part of a £44.2 million investment in Bucks by the government.
The vice-chancellor of the University of Buckingham has announced he is stepping down.
Buckingham is the safest place to study in England and Wales, a survey has revealed.
Buckingham’s Relay For Life in aid of Cancer Research UK takes place at Bourton Meadow Academy from noon on Saturday to noon on Sunday.
Four developers will outline their plans at a town council meeting next week.
The headteacher of an independent school is moving on with his family after nine years at the helm.
Show off your skills on skateboard, scooter or BMX, and watch the experts showing how it’s done.
A feast of classical concerts is lined up for music lovers next month, with a packed programme of morning, lunchtime and evening performances.
Police will be taking part in a walkabout to offer crime prevention advice on Thursday.
A former police station could be converted into student accommodation, under plans before Aylesbury Vale District Council (AVDC).
A human pyramid of soldiers are encouraging people to ride to work and reduce congestion.
An appeal has been launched to help protect water voles and their habitats for the future.
A one-day pop-up art exhibition was a huge success for a popular young artist.
A nine-week-old puppy which is training to detect cancer is following in his aunt’s paw steps.
Two hard working members of the community were recognised for their contribution during an annual civic day.
A bigger bus shelter could soon be keeping travellers dry.
Hundreds enjoyed dog shows, circus acrobatics and rock ‘n’ roll at ‘one of the best’ festivals in a decade.
No mud, no vast crowds and no smelly loos, is the promise from a village micro-festival.
Not one but two TV gardening personalities are set to put in an appearance at a family-run garden centre this weekend.