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.
Young members of Harmonie De Thizy gave a morning ‘coffee and cake concert’ at Winslow’s St Laurence Room during last weekend’s twinning visit, before joining forces with Winslow Concert Band in the evening for a spectacular musical programme played to a packed hall at the Winslow Centre.
A consultant has said a more sensible and efficient solution could have been found after permission for a £6million solar farm, which is up and running producing emission-free energy, was refused.
The investigation into the unexplained death of 20-month-old Sarah Dahane continues.
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.
The chief executive of the South East Midlands Local Enterprise Partnership (SEMLEP) will speak at a business support event at Whittlebury Hall near Towcester next month.
Nine out of 10 business owners would set out on their own again despite the difficulties of running their own firms.
A father has paid tribute to his 20-month-old daughter who was found dead at a home in Bicester yesterday, Thursday.
Speculation has been rife after road signs directing traffic to Buckingham’s new housing development were covered up last Friday.
A child whose body was found at a home in Bicester on Thursday has been named by police.
Cuddly toys and floral tributes have been left outside a Bicester home where the body of a two-year-old girl was discovered by police yesterday, Thursday.
Thames Valley Police has released CCTV images of two men it would like to speak to in relation to an assault in Bicester on May 6.
Chiltern Railways have welcomed the result of a judicial challenge against the building of a new railway line between Oxford and London, through Bicester.
This year it’s the turn of Edgcott & Winslow Young Farmers Club to organise the North Bucks Country Show.
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.
Thames Valley Police believe the mother of a two-year-old girl found dead in Bicester today, Thursday, may have left the country.
Find out about support and services on offer to people with dementia and their carers next week, during Dementia Awareness Week.
The new landlords of the Folly Inn, at Adstock, are holding an acoustic live music event, with food and fun, from 3pm until late on Saturday, June 1, to welcome back old customers and hopefully attract new ones.
The residents of North Aston are pulling together to create an ‘Art Show of All the Talents.
Three friends from King’s Sutton are taking a hike with a difference.
Winslow PCSO Wendy Taylor is offering free tool engraving and CRE marking at the Winslow Centre on Wednesday, May 29.
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.
The stars of BBC sitcom Birds Of A Feather are teaming up with Bucks County Council (BCC) to raise awareness of Foster Care Fortnight.
The Brackley based charity which brings the creative arts to care homes and sheltered housing throughout the region is hosting an arts exhibition in Banbury this month to celebrate its 10th birthday.
People in Helmdon who have endured temporary traffic lights for more than two years, are set for some relief after work began to repair a weak railway bridge.
Crowds looked on in amazement as an air ambulance made a landing in between shopping trolleys and parked cars after a man in Brackley fell down ladder.
Up-and-coming singer songwriter Luke Girvan will play at the Ladies’ Evening and Cider Festival at Towcester Racecourse on Friday, May 24.
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.
People in Bicester are being given one last chance to comment on a policy which will define how the town grows and where development can take place in the town over the next two decades.
Cricket fans are being offered a once in a lifetime opportunity to go up against a first-class team during a family event in Brackley next month.
A Bicester resident is performing at a series of Sunday night gigs at the Bure Farm pub in Bicester.
A Buckingham five-year-old visited Buckingham Fire Station on Monday to thank firefighters who rescued him when he got stuck in a tree.
It was a double celebration for Westbury with an unexpected accolade won by its community cider.
Brackley’s temporary structure specialists are showing off their finesse as they provide a stop gap for one of Oxford University’s historic dinning halls.
Buckingham Canal Society volunteers were trained to drive diggers and dumper trucks on a training weekend at Bourton Meadow.
A young Frenchman has walked all the way to Winslow from his home in central France for the town’s annual twinning visit.
A 29-year-old woman from Bicester is urging others to keep their mammogram appointments as she prepares to take part in the Race for Life at Waddesdon Manor next weekend.
Bicester has said no to a plan for an £80million, 75,000 square metre warehouse and office project which could create up to 1,200 jobs.
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
Seven tonnes of waste was dumped on a country lane near Bletchingdon which will cost taxpayers £900 to clear up.
Engineers, manufacturers and scientists are the new rock and roll, as well as being saviours of the economy.
Proposed changes to fares for home to school transport are being consulted on by Bucks County Council.2 comments
A team of four women from Brackley and Buckingham will be strolling through London in their bras this weekend.
Bring your own kite along to a Kite Day in Calvert Green on Sunday, May 26.
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Weather for Buckingham
Sunday 19 May 2013
Temperature: 10 C to 19 C
Wind Speed: 12 mph
Wind direction: North
Temperature: 11 C to 18 C
Wind Speed: 15 mph
Wind direction: North