The Grenville School choir and orchestra will be performing Christmas songs at Buckingham Library at 11am on Wednesday, December 18.
The 144th annual Winslow at Foscote Christmas Primestock Show was a success and was well supported by exhibitors producing good quality show cattle and sheep.
Busy shoppers in Buckingham can have their Christmas gifts wrapped for them, thanks to volunteers from Buckingham’s Relay for Life.
An outline planning application for a large Sainsbury’s supermarket opposite Tesco on London Road, Buckingham, has been recommended for refusal.
As Bourton Meadow Academy broadens its reach in Buckingham, with the takeover of Grenville School and the new school to be built on Windsor Park, seven other schools in the area have now decided to join together and form a separate federation.
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The former managing director of Hartridge’s, who led the Buckingham firm to win the Queen’s Award for Exports and the Queen’s Award for Technology, was one of the last men living to have worked with Sir Frank Whittle on the development of the jet engine.
Police in south Northants, north Bucks and Oxon are hoping drivers don’t make the same mistake which led to the arrest of 168 people during last year’s drink drive campaign.
Thornborough’s first memorial service for four RAF airmen that died in a Wellington Bomber crash in the village 70 years ago took place on Saturday.
Local organisations have rallied round this year to provide marshals for the Buckingham Christmas Parade on Saturday, December 14.
Keep an eye on Buckingham’s shop windows, as stores are now taking part in the Christmas Parade shop window display competition.
Buckingham, Winslow & District Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB) is running a series of special energy advice appointments to help local people reduce their fuel bill.
A public consultation session on the draft Buckingham Neighbourhood Development Plan went well on Saturday.
Lindsey Fealey of Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity was presented with a cheque for £1,900 at Stowe Golf Club on Monday.
Families flocked to the Old Gaol for Buckingham’s lights switch-on on Saturday.
The committee of the Buckingham Summer Festival are putting on a Christmas Concert in the Radcliffe Centre at 7.30pm on Friday, December 13.
Two Buckingham women and a 19-year-old Russian student are lucky to be alive after their motorhome was smashed to pieces in a collision with a lorry on the M40.
With Christmas only a matter of weeks away, November is coming to an end.
Find out more about Medical Detection Dogs at Buckingham Garden Centre this weekend.
Stock up on bargain Christmas gifts and decorations and enjoy some festive refreshments at the Tingewick Coffee Morning from 9am to noon on Friday, December 6.
A Buckingham man is facing a bill of almost £4,000 after he refused to register to vote.
Food banks in the area are appealing for donations for families struggling during the festive season.
Buckingham’s Neighbourhood Development Plan went out for public consultation on Monday and the town council wants people’s responses.
Buckingham traders are pushing the boat out in the run-up to Christmas, with three weekends of festive shopping and merriment.
Buckingham pub Thirteen High Street has been served with a Noise Abatement Order this month, following complaints from neighbours.
Buckingham Glee Club is holding a Christmas Community Concert at 7.30pm on Wednesday, December 4, at Buckingham Rugby Club.
Burglaries in Buckingham are 62 per cent up on last year, heard residents at Wednesday’s annual meeting of the Buckingham and Maids Moreton Neighbourhood Action Group (NAG).
Building on the success of last year’s event, the Green Buckingham Group are organising another Spring Fair on March 23 in the Cattle Pens area of the town centre.
Prepare for winter weather conditions at a free Winter Driving event run by the Transport for Bucks (TfB) road safety team from 11am to 3pm on Wednesday, December 11, at Tesco, Buckingham.
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Grenville Combined School, in Buckingham is to change its name and uniform.
The Old Gaolers drama group returns this Christmas season with an evening of Victorian ghost stories in Buckingham’s Old Gaol, on Saturday, December 14, at 7.30pm.
Children from Grenville Combined School helped Aylesbury Vale District Council (AVDC) chairman Michael Rand cut the ribbon at the official opening of the new-look Bridge Street play area in Buckingham last Thursday.
Buckingham magician and illusionist Ollie Collins is excited to be performing his large illusion show for the first time in his home town next month.
Buckingham man Chris Birch is once again raising money for charity with his festive readings this Christmas.
Major works to widen the carriageway of the A421 Buckingham bypass and enlarge the Tesco roundabout will begin on Monday, December 2.
Santa’s little helpers at Buckingham Table and Buckingham Rotary are getting ready for this year’s Santa rota.
Early years pupils at Bourton Meadow Academy were excited to receive some brand new IT equipment donated by Buckingham business PC People last week.
Prof John Clapham’s diabetes lecture at the Radcliffe Centre on World Diabetes Day last Thursday was uncomplicated, insightful and shocking, writes Helena Kealey.
Buckingham’s Radcliffe Centre was full to the rafters last Saturday night for an evening of music and magic that raised £1,375 for a local children’s club.
St James & St John School in Chackmore has an extra special raffle prize on offer.
With the Buckingham Christmas Parade coming up on December 14, members of the parade committee will be out and about collecting and advertising the parade in Cornwall’s Meadow shopping area on Saturday.
Ten people took part in a traditional hedgelaying competition organised by the North West Bucks Agricultural Association on the Tutt family farm in Charndon last Friday.
A man from Essex who was prepared to spend five hours on public transport to model for a painting at Stowe Castle has helped a Buckingham artist win a competition.
Business networking group Bucks Fizz has been named as a finalist in the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) Buckingham Business Awards 2013.
Police are appealing for witnesses after three burglaries in Buckingham.
Have your say about ways to improve local health services at a meeting in the Winslow Centre at 7pm tomorrow, Wednesday.
Help decide what the key priorities for local neighbourhood policing will be during the coming year at the annual public meeting of the Buckingham & Maids Morton Neighbourhood Action Group (NAG).
As the morning air becomes crisp and the trees turn a hundred wonderful shades of orange, our thoughts turn towards Christmas.
A Westbury woman who says she has found a cure for crippling arthritis through alternative therapy has realised her dream of opening up her own therapy centre, and is holding an open evening next week.