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PICTURE SPECIAL: A fun day out for all the family at Stewkley’s country fayre

There was fun for all the family at the Stewkley country fayre yesterday (Sunday).

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Towersey morris men  celebrating their 50th anniversary with a day of dance - pictured here outside HSBC in Aylesbury - pictured are the Three Horseshoes group

PICTURE SPECIAL: Morris dancing festival tours Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire to mark group’s 50 years with a day of dancing

Towersey morris men celebrated their 50th anniversary with a day of dancing on Saturday.

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Art is just one of the options with Try It, Love It, Learn It

Free adult learning classes offered during Festival of Learning

People interested in adult learning courses have the chance to try a class for free in a special promotion this month as part of the Festival of Learning.

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Dave Penney & Cllr Matthew Walsh, Mayor of Princes Risborough

Farewell bid to iconic 'bubble car' trains

Local residents and train enthusiasts flocked to Princes Risborough station on Friday 19 May, to say farewell to the iconic Class 121 ‘Bubble Cars’, which after 57 years have secured a place in history as Britain’s longest serving diesel trains.

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A wave of warm weather is on the way

WEATHER: Wave of warm weather to bring highest temperatures since last September

A wave of warm weather is on the way with our area set to bask in the hottest temperatures since last autumn.

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Still from the video tutorial showing the jive dance that anyone interested in taking part in a world record swing dance attempt in Aylesbury can practice

WITH VIDEO: There’s a world record attempt going on in Aylesbury - here’s how to be a part of it

A world record attempt is taking place in Aylesbury next month as part of Buckinghamshire Armed Forces Day.

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Who should I vote for?

Who should I vote for?

With less than two weeks until the General Election it’s about time you decided you will get your vote.

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Kevin Green at his bungalow in Aylesbury. He is having an ongoing battle with Network Rail about damage their trees have caused to his fence. They put up a temporary fence but that was damaged by Storm Doris and despite promises, Network Rail have not yet put up a solid fence

‘I feel unsafe in my own home’: Aylesbury man in dispute with Network Rail over damaged fence that separates his bungalow from railway tracks

A man from Aylesbury says he feels unsafe in his home because a damaged fence has not been repaired.

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Product warning

Supermarket recalls chicken tikka chunks which may contain glass

SPAR is recalling its Tikka Chicken Chunks because it may contain small pieces of glass.

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TV show looking for Real-life Romeo and Juliets

TV show looking for Real-life Romeo and Juliets

A new TV series is looking to talk to couples whose love goes against their parents or families wishes.

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Experts warn of an upcoming ‘bumper season’ for insects over the summer

Experts warn of an upcoming ‘bumper season’ for insects over the summer

Hordes of pesky visitors could be invading homes this summer as freak weather conditions will mean a bumper season - for INSECTS, experts say.

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The Adventurer, The Unwinder…  five types of holidaymaker

The Adventurer, The Unwinder… five types of holidaymaker

Millions of us know exactly what we are going to do on holiday - absolutely nothing.

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M&S ‘cock-up’ as veggie recipe contains chicken

M&S ‘cock-up’ as veggie recipe contains chicken

Marks and Spencer has upset thousands of its veggie customers by celebrating National Vegetarian Week with a link to recipes - including CHICKEN.

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Going without sleep could make you lonely

Going without sleep could make you lonely

Young Britons are putting themselves at risk of loneliness by going without sleep, according to new research.

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Measuring the rainfall - or lack of it. Picture Heather Jan Brunt

FARMING MATTERS: Lack of rain means difficulties for crops

Writing about the weather is tricky because whatever it is doing right now, it could be different by the time you read this.

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The Buckinghamshire Railway Centre in Quainton is hosting the latest meeting of FM Central

Conference about the Internet of Things in Quainton

A conference about the ‘Internet of Things’ is being held at Buckinghamshire Railway Centre on Wednesday May 24.

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E-cigarette laws to change this weekend - Here’s how vapers will be affected

E-cigarette laws to change this weekend - Here’s how vapers will be affected

New tobacco laws affecting vapers who smoke e-cigarettes will come into force this week.

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Election

Election 2017: Here’s the second part of our candidate round-up Lib Dems, UKIP and Independent

We asked all of the candidates vying to become Aylesbury next MP why they think they are the best person for the job.

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Mark Merchant has now been found by police after absconding from Springhill open prison

UPDATED: Springhill absconder found by police

Mark Merchant, who absconded from Springhill open prison in Grendon Underwood on Thursday May 4, has been found, police said today (Friday).

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Friars founding father and ex-grammar school teacher Robin Pike, head of Sony US Rob Stringer and David Stopps at the final day of the Friars exhibition PNL-140807-143753001

Spirit of legendary 1960s club event is back next month

An evening revisiting a legendary 1960s club is being organised for the second year in a row by Aylesbury Friars founder Robin Pike.

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