A day of discovery for Bucks WI

Buckinghamshire Women’s Institute held its fifth annual investigation and discovery day at The Gateway in Aylesbury on Wednesday March 7.

Manure heap. Picture copyright Heather Jan Brunt

FARMING MATTERS: A smelly time of year as muck goes on land

The early spring muck spreading season is upon us. Muck spreading has been an integral part of farming and food production for centuries but there is no way of avoiding the downside - it smells!

Ghost Dances by Rambert

Inspirational dance at the Waterside

Ghost Dances: Review by Hannah Richardson

Theatre and Comedy
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Police officers conducted an operation in Aylesbury town centre last Friday night - here’s their report on what happened

The Aylesbury neighbourhood policing team have written about Operation Addition, which they conducted in the town centre on the evening of Friday March 9 and the early hours of Saturday 10.

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Keep your tools safe - police warning after series of vehicle break-ins across Aylesbury

Police are investigating a series of reports of work vans being broken into across Aylesbury.

Matilda the Musical

23 shows coming up at Milton Keynes Theatre

Here are a few of the highlights coming up in Milton Keynes Theatre's new season.

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Met Office extends severe weather warning for snow across the entire weekend

A severe weather warning for snow has been extended by forecasters throughout Saturday and Sunday.

The Mandeville School are holding an Easter quiz tonight (Friday)

Test your knowledge at Mandeville School’s Easter quiz night

You can put your knowledge to the test tonight (Friday) at Mandeville School’s Easter quiz night.

Paul Johnson, a wing officer, and Tressa Vaill, the prison visits manager, received their commendations from the Butler Trust, which has The Princess Royal as its patron

Royal acclaim for Grendon Prison workers

Two staff members from Grendon prison, in Grendon Underwood outside Aylesbury, are celebrating after being presented with prestigious national commendations by Her Royal Highness, The Princess Royal at St James’s Palace in London, on 15 March.

View - Wendover High Street and Clock Tower

Wendover shortlisted as one of the best places to live in Britain by newspaper survey

Three locations in Buckinghamshire, including Wendover, have been named among the Best Places to Live in Britain in the south east of England by The Sunday Times.

Iya Abdul Rahman, founder of YoYoGurt, pictured inside her shop which closes next month

Owner of Aylesbury business YoYoGurt speaks about the ‘heartbreaking’ decision to close her shop next month

The owner of an Aylesbury business has spoken of her sadness after announcing she is to close next month.

Aylesbury Waterside Theatre

29 shows coming up at Aylesbury Waterside Theatre

Here are some of the shows coming up in the new season announced today (Thursday) at the Waterside Theatre

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Mr Tapping's bike was stolen from outside the Whitehill Surgery in Aylesbury

Heartless thieves steal disabled pensioner’s electric bike while he is at Aylesbury doctors surgery - can you help get it back?

The sister-in-law of a disabled pensioner has appealed for help to try and locate his electric bike, which thieves stole from outside a surgery in Aylesbury while he was having an appointment.


PICTURED: Zombie blades, axes and bayonets among a host of knives surrendered in Thames Valley Police operation

Thames Valley Police has revealed pictures of some of the knives surrended as part of its Operation Sceptre.

The Hilsdon family - from left Emily, Oli, Jayne and Tim

Buckingham school hosts fundraiser for Oli: ‘an inspiration for all of us’

A fundraising evening to support a Buckingham man who is fighting a brain tumour is being held at the Royal Latin School on Saturday March 24.

Dress Rehearsal  of Stewkley Players 119th  production. A musical comedy, Dick Barton, Episode III, The Tango of Terror

Prepare for a night of music and laughter at Stewkley Players 119th production

An evening of music and laughter is guaranteed in Stewkley next week as Stewkley Players 119th production takes to the stage.

A man was wrestled to the ground and had his bank card stolen at Applegreen Garage on Bicester Road last night.

Hit and run robbery outside Applegreen Garage

A man was wrestled to the ground and had his bank card stolen at Applegreen Garage on Bicester Road last night.

Winslow Combined School Early Years Foundation Stage 1 new Learning Environment grand opening. Early Years children on some of the new equipment with, from the left, Cazz Colmer, head and Jodie Bradby, Tracy Thomas and Miky Rodriguez, Early Years staff. PNL-181203-121910009

Winslow school opens its new outdoor learning environment

Winslow Combined School officially opened its new Foundation Stage Learning Environment on Monday March 12.

Thames Valley Police and Crime Commissioner Anthony Stansfeld

Thames Valley Police announces return of Custodian helmet

The Police and Crime Commissioner for Thames Valley Anthony Stansfeld, has announced today (Wednesday) that the force will be bringing back Custodian Helmets.

Cheltenham General Hospital

Nationwide hunt for woman missing from hospital with ‘contagious condition’

Police warned the public not approach a woman who went missing from hospital with a “contagious condition”.

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