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Aylesbury nurse wins national poetry competition

A nurse from Aylesbury has won the first ever ‘Poem to Remember’ competition - with her work entitled ‘One for the Team’.

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Bucks County Council offices

‘It will take a long time to resurface all Bucks roads’ warns council leader

The leader of the county council has warned that it will take a “long time” to resurface all the roads in Buckinghamshire.

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Bucks County Council leader Martin Tett

Bucks County Council leader quizzed over how unitary authority will be funded

The leader of Bucks County Council confirmed today (Monday) that £5.5 million has been set aside to fund the potential formation of a “super council” in the county.

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Police rush to scene of multi-vehicle collision on A41 Aston Clinton Bypass

Police rush to scene of multi-vehicle collision on A41 Aston Clinton Bypass

Police have closed a lane while they deal with the collision.
Transport

The 35 medicines no longer available on NHS prescription from this month

The NHS has banned free prescriptions for some ‘over the counter’ medicines such as constipation and athletes foot starting this month

Health

PICTURES AND VIDEO: Apple Maps car spotted taking pictures around Aylesbury

Smile residents of Aylesbury your town is being captured on camera.

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Fire service have been called to a blaze on New Street, Aylesbury.

Fire service inundated with calls to van fire in Town centre

Fire service have been called to a blaze on New Street, Aylesbury.
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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.

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Thames Valley Police has charged two boys in connection with the attempted murder of a teenager in Aylesbury.

14 year old charged with attempted murder after stabbing

Thames Valley Police has charged two boys in connection with the attempted murder of a teenager in Aylesbury.

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Promotional image for the game

It's back! Pokémon Go craze brings out hundreds of Aylesbury fans for Community Day event

But did it ever really go away? Hundreds of Pokémon Go fans were spotted at sites around Aylesbury today.
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A racer taking part in the first ever soapbox derby in 2015

Aylesbury Soapbox Race tomorrow - are you as excited as we are?!

Tomorrow is the Aylesbury Town Council annual Father's Day Soapbox Derby - and it's always such a fantastic event!

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The scene of the crime in Walton Street

15 year-old arrested after attempted murder of 17 year-old stabbed in Walton Street

A 15 year-old has been arrested after a teenage boy was stabbed in Walton Street in broad daylight.
Crime
Nationl Sheep Association competition winner, Tristan Pengilley

FARMING MATTERS: Prizes galore for new members

A more perfect prize could not have been found for Tristan Pengilley who has been announced as the first winner of the National Sheep Association (NSA) 2018 membership prize giveaway.

Opinion
This week’s letters to The Bucks Herald

This week’s letters to The Bucks Herald

Thank you to everyone who sends us letters each week. If you would like to submit your view please email hayley.okeeffe@jpress.co.uk and clearly mark your email LETTERS.

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Adstock Tommy unveiling at the War Memorial. Pipers. PNL-180906-221226009

Adstock remembers: Relatives and villagers remember First World War fallen at poignant ceremony

The village of Adstock enjoyed a fantastic turnout last Saturday for the unveiling of a ‘Tommy’ silhouette as part of their celebrations marking 100 years since the end of the First World War.

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Center Parcs Woburn Forest

Center Parcs Woburn Forest close to perfection after retaining five star status

Center Parcs Woburn Forest has retained its Five Star status from VisitEngland, following the recent annual assessment.

Business
Burglary: Library image

Jewellery stolen from Aylesbury home

Police are appealing for information after jewellery was stolen from a home in Aylesbury on Monday June 11.

Crime
AVDC have been criticised in the BDO report

Aylesbury Vale Broadband review recommendations accepted by Audit Committee

AVDC’s Audit Committee has accepted the recommendations of the independent review on Aylesbury Vale Broadband (AVB), the high-speed broadband provider which the council voted to set up in 2015.

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The Winslow Anglo French Twinning Association watched on as the Cours La Ville grand duck race took place

Winslow twinning group visit French counterparts

The Winslow Anglo French Twinning Association (WAFTA) recently visited Winslow’s twin town Corus la Ville in central France.

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Royal Mail bans postal workers from flying England flags from vans during World Cup

Royal Mail has banned postal workers from flying the England flag on their vehicles during the World Cup.

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