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The Hospice of St Francis has been judged as 'Outstanding' by the Care Quality Commission.
4 workshops will take place offering advice on making sports clubs more accessible for the disabled.
Aylesbury Mosque is holding a community open day for people of any or no faith.
7,000 more people have been to the Roald Dahl Museum in Great Missenden this summer, compared to 2015.
Over 800 vintage cars are packed onto a hill near Princes Risborough this weekend.
The Lymphoma Association say the NHS isn't properly recording cases of the cancer, which has different strainsm and that's putting people at risk.
80% of parents in Bucks are worried about the amount of time their kids spend in front of screens.
Trains on London Midland are severely delayed this morning, due to a train derailing along the line between Milton Keynes and Watford.
Kids have been left at the school bus stop because the bus was too full.
He told the victim, outside HSBC on Walton Road, that he'd kill her and set his dog on her, after she'd got money out of the cash-point.
Witnesses Sought After Thame Assault
Police are seeking witnesses after three women were attacked
Toddler Saved From Oncoming Traffic By Lollipop Lady
A lollipop lady who works in Naphill and Walters Ash used her pole to stop the child walking into the road.