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Garden furniture stolen from Buckingham home

Police are appealing for information after garden furniture and other items were stolen from a home in Buckingham on Thursday May 17.

Crime
Scouting For Girls will headline BetseyFest

‘Luv-er-leh’ Scouting For Girls to headline musical festival in Swanbourne

The Swanbourne Music Festival affectionately nicknamed #BetseyFest by its followers, has announced its 2018 line-up.

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John Bercow and Andrea Leadsom

House of Commons speaker admits using word 'stupid' but not as an insult to South Northamptonshire MP

The Commons speaker has admitted using the word "stupid" in the House of Commons but it was not followed by "woman" or aimed at Andrea Leadsom, as it was first alleged last week.

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Buckingham Hospital

UPDATED: Fears over the future of Buckingham hospital beds due to NHS Trust scheme

Fears are rising over the future of beds at Buckingham Community Hospital after the Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust confirmed they were planning on extending their ‘Care In The Community’ scheme to Buckingham.

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Rosie Insley with her dog Ruby

Hoggeston flower grower showcasing at Chelsea Flower Show

A flower grower from Hoggeston near Buckingham is set to have her flowers displayed at the Royal Horticultural Society Chelsea Flower Show this week.

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Courts

IN COURT: Who’s been sentenced from Aylesbury Vale and beyond

The following people from Aylesbury Vale and beyond have recently been sentenced at magistrates courts in the county.

News
Brackley Town captain Gareth Dean

Brackley Town lift FA Trophy after dramatic penalty shootout

Brackley Town are the Buildbase FA Trophy winners following a dramatic final at Wembley.

Football
Professor Nigel Adams

What’s Your Job? Professor Nigel Adams

For the latest in our What’s Your Job? series we speak to a University of Buckingham professor with a very enterprising role.

Education
Library image

REVEALED: The appliances most likely to start fires in Bucks

Cookers, toasters and stand-alone hobs are the domestic appliances most likely to start fires in Bucks.

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Picture copyright Heather Jan Brunt

FARMIMG MATTERS: Turnout for the suckler herd

Spring turnout for the suckler herd is always a lovely time. After spending the winter months in the yards, the cows and calves are over the moon to get out into the fresh air and enjoy space and new grass.

Opinion
Martin Tett, leader of Bucks County Council

Have your say on the future of Bucks

The ‘super council’ debate has dominated headlines for almost two years – and now there are just days left for you to have your say on how the future of Bucks is shaped.

News
John Bercow and Andrea Leadsom

Commons speaker allegedly calls South Northamptonshire MP 'a stupid woman'

South Northamptonshire MP Andrea Leadsom was allegedly called "a stupid woman" by the speaker of the House of Commons.

News

Royal Wedding: Prince Charles to walk Meghan Markle down the aisle tomorrow

The Prince of Wales will accompany Meghan Markle down the aisle at her wedding to Prince Harry, Kensington Palace said.

News

MOT test changes: the strict new rules being introduced in the next week that could affect your car

The MOT test is to get a major overhaul and introduce new rules that could make it harder for cars to pass.

News
HS2 artist's impression

HS2 leaflets meant for Calvert residents sent to Aberdeen in embarrassing blunder

Work being carried out as part of a £55 billion rail project has been delayed – because leaflets ended up 500 miles away in Aberdeen.

News
The A5 roundabout near Old Stratford (Picture: Google)

£3million upgrade to Old Stratford A5 roundabout on course for completion this summer

A £3million scheme to improve journeys for drivers using a busy roundabout in Northamptonshire is on course for completion in the summer.

News

REVEALED IN PICTURES: OCD clutter scale will tell you if you have a hoarding problem

A hoarding support group based at Aylesbury fire station is raising awareness of the compulsive disorder as part of National Hoarding Awareness Week (14-18 May).

News
Ryanair

Ryanair has just made it harder for passengers to check in - unless you pay for your seat

Customers flying with Ryanair will find it harder to check-in for their flights this summer - unless they pay for their seat.

Transport
Cllr Mark Shaw pictured next to a pothole

‘There’s no magic wand that simply fixes everything’: Councillor apologises for the state of Bucks roads

Bucks County Council’s cabinet member for transportation says he sympathises with residents who are frustrated about the current state of the county’s roads.

Transport
Across the County, Prevention Matters, a programme within Buckinghamshire County Council which supports vulnerable adults 18+, is organising a number of activities for Dementia Action Week from 21 - 27 May.

Coffee Companions Supports Dementia Action Week!

Across the County, Prevention Matters, a programme within Buckinghamshire County Council which supports vulnerable adults 18+, is organising a number of activities for Dementia Action Week from 21 - 27 May.
Health
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