This year’s spring show, organised by the Tingewick and Water Stratford Horticultural Society was another great success.
Winslow’s new nursery and out-of-school care scheme has its official opening on Wednesday, April 23.
The Winslow Singers are performing Don’t Stop The Music at Winslow Public Hall on Friday and Saturday, April 25 and 26.
Enjoy a patriotic full English breakfast on St George’s Day and help raise funds for St Laurence Church, Winslow.
Time is running out for villages and small towns wishing to enter the 2014 Bucks Best Kept Village contest.
London mayor, Boris Johnson, gave his support to East-West rail during the unveiling of a new science initiative in the capital on Tuesday last week.
Aylesbury Vale District Council (AVDC) has launched a consultation on the content and scope of its new Vale of Aylesbury Local Plan (VALP), which will be the district’s planning document for growth up to 2031.
Today, Sunday, keen runners from the Advertiser and Review region will be lacing up their trainers to take part in the London Marathon.
If you see a group of people urgently trying to revive a man who has collapsed in the street tomorrow, Saturday, don’t worry.
Firefighters were called out on Wednesday after a washing machine caught fire.
Homeowners living up to 300 metres (328 yards) from the HS2 line will be able to claim thousands of pounds in compensation from the government under unique proposals.
Sacked roads’ boss Janet Blake has expressed her shock and disappointment at the dismissal.
A children’s classic received the Padbury treatment last week when the village panto made a welcome return.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a burglary on Friday, April 4.
The Bell Hotel, in Winslow, plays host to the latest fundraiser from Towcester Tea Rooms next month – and this time the fun is set to last overnight.
Going out on the beat with police officers and visiting the county’s prisons are two of the most rewarding things the High Sheriff has done during his year in office.
Hundreds of people across the area took part in Wear A Hat Day last Friday in aid of Padbury-based charity Brain Tumour Research.
Staff, children, and parents at the Puzzle Centre, in Middle Claydon, wore blue yesterday, Wednesday, to mark World Autism Awareness Day.
Winslow Community Cinema’s final film show of the winter/spring season at 7.30pm on Friday, is Kings Of Summer, a warm-hearted and commendably daft comedy about three high-school boys who build a home in the wood.
A campaign has been launched to end the practice of no major party standing against the Speaker at general elections.
The completion of a rail link between Oxford and Milton Keynes, which will pass through Bicester, Winslow and Aylesbury, has been delayed until 2019, Network Rail has announced.
Winslow residents are invited to attend the Annual Town Meeting at 7.30pm on Thursday, April 24, in the St Laurence Room.
Gentle Walks in Winslow, which used to be monthly, are now taking place at 10am every Wednesday.
Yoga teacher Ellie Foden, from Adstock, has recently returned from four months in India, not only to further her own yoga practice and to help with teacher training at the place where she herself qualified as a teacher, but also to learn the art of ayurvedic yoga massage.
A design student has come up with a creative new look map for Winslow.
The Aylesbury Vale neighbourhood police and Aylesbury Vale District Council (AVDC) held a roadshow event in Buckingham last Thursday to raise awareness of shed and garage burglary as part of its springtime burglary campaign. AVDC community safety officers Alan Garside and Keith Brindle are pictured with PCSOs Unita Hopkins and Nathan Howson and Seb Cooke, sales manager at Browns.
South Northants, Aylesbury Vale and Cherwell have all been named in the top 50 best places to live in the countryside.
After four long days last week, the public inquiry into the proposed Glebe Farm development in Winslow is still not complete.
County councils in Bucks, Northants and Oxon have each received a share of the £183.5m funding allocated for flood-damaged roads.
Transport for Bucks (TfB) has launched a new blog with the latest information about pothole and surfacing work, www.tfbpotholes.blogspot.co.uk
Long time staff member at Marsh Gibbon CofE School Jenny Rouse, said a fond farewell last week after 30 years of service.
Seven schools in the Advertiser and Review region are partially closed today due to strike action taken by members of the National Union of Teachers.
Winslow C of E Combined School had to be evacuated last Friday lunchtime, after firefighters were called to a smell of overheating from a server in an IT server room.
The Friends of Winslow Health Centre and Norden House Surgery, in Winslow, are holding an Easter Bazaar on Saturday, April 5, from 10am to 12.30pm in the St Laurence Room.
People who knit, sew or crochet – and those who would like to learn – are invited to a special event at Winslow Community Library from 2pm to 4pm on Tuesday, April 8.
The new landlords at a pub in Akeley have had a successful first weekend.