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ROUND-UP: Towersey Festival - what a weekend!

Where in the world can you see Billy Bragg, Kate Rusby, The Wonderstuff, Tom Robinson, Midge Ure, Nizlopi and a whole host of other amazing live acts?

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Bucks County Show. Picture by Heather Jan Brunt

Special County Show offer in this week’s Bucks Herald

The Bucks Herald is running a special offer in support of this week’s Bucks County Show.

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The old Willen Hospice shop in Buckingham is becoming a Domino's Pizza takeaway

Topping out! Domino’s gets slice of Buckingham – but there’s not mushroom for cars

Cheesed-off residents ‘smell disaster’ after pizza giant Domino’s was given the green light to build a controversial takeaway close to a busy town centre junction without road-side parking.

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James Screeton (left) and Nazar Vishal (right)

Gang jailed for drugs offences in Aylesbury after one of the largest seizures of mephedrone in the UK

Three men have been jailed for more than eight years for drugs offences across the Thames Valley including Aylesbury following an investigation in which more than 27kgs of mephedrone were seized.

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Amazon Dash lets you order your loo roll at the touch of a button

Amazon Dash lets you order your loo roll at the touch of a button

For anyone who has found the whole process of internet shopping too much like hard work Amazon has come up with a solution.

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Our new look website launches

New-look for your Bucks Herald website

Welcome to our new-look Bucks Herald website. We’ve given it an upgrade with a fresh, modern design.

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Farmer Geoff Brunt in his farm shop where he sells Terrick Beef once a month.

Farmer celebrates 10 year shop anniversary in tiny hamlet between Wendover and Princes Risborough

A quite unique shop is celebrating 10 years of business at its farm location this week.

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Staff at The Snug in Aylesbury

Cosy bar is The Snug place to be in town

Cocktail afficionados and pizza lovers rejoice – Aylesbury’s newest bar on the block is throwing something a bit 
different into the mix.

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Heritage Flame Ceremony PNL-160817-171850001

Most accessible party ever in Vale Park to celebrate the Paralympics

Disabled people who would not normally be able to enjoy the fun of the fair will now be able to - thanks to a completely accessible town event.

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Rotary District for Bucks, Beds & Herts Governor Chalmers Cursley presents Rotary Club of Aylesbury Hundreds President Roger King with a Rotary Serving Humanity banner

Rotary Club of Aylesbury Hundreds going purple for polio

The Rotary Club of Aylesbury Hundreds is launching a campaign to raise awareness of polio.

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Grammy award for Aylesbury Grammar School alumni Jules Buckley

Grammy award for Aylesbury Grammar School alumni Jules Buckley

A gifted conductor who learned his love of music under the stewardship of Aylesbury musicians has won a Grammy award.

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COLUMN: My name’s Hayley O’Keeffe and I’m an astronaut - honest!

COLUMN: My name’s Hayley O’Keeffe and I’m an astronaut - honest!

Obviously I don’t work for NASA as the headline suggests, my qualifications and experience in that field literally amount to astro-nought.

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‘Wheely’ kind gesture helps our community bobby Rose

‘Wheely’ kind gesture helps our community bobby Rose

When community support officer Rose Paton did her rounds many people noticed that her bike had seen better days.

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Parents left in the dark after building works delay kids’ first day at William Harding Combined School

Parents left in the dark after building works delay kids’ first day at William Harding Combined School

Confused parents have hit out a primary school after building work has delayed the start of the school term.

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Hay fever cases set to soar across Europe

Hay fever cases set to soar across Europe

Millions more people will suffer from hay fever in the future as global warming dramatically increases the pollen count, according to a new study.

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Housework down by half-an-hour in just two years

Housework down by half-an-hour in just two years

People are spending 32 minutes less each week on housework than just two years ago, according to new research.

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Dr Claire Guest with Daisy

Cancer-sniffing dog Daisy up for hero pet accolade

A dog who detected cancer in her owner has been nominated for a national award which celebrates hero pets.

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Most popular baby names revealed

REVEALED - the most popular baby names so far in 2016

A parenting advice website has listed the most popular baby names so far in 2016 and revealed previous favourites such as Sophia, Mia, Daniel and Harrison are on the decline.

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Pin-prick meningitis test could be available within five years

A test has been developed that could help to diagnose bacterial infections, including meningitis in minutes.

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RAF Halton Pipes and Drums at Sandringham.

RAF Pipes and Drums perform before royalty at Sandringham

Members of RAF Halton Pipes and Drums have performed in front of royalty at Sandringham Flower Show.

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