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The full alphabet of Bucks

A FINAL

It's the county town of Buckinghamshire and has some lovely statues, John Hampden, Benjamin Disraeli, Ronnie Corbett and soon...David Bowie.

B FINAL

Once a prison, now the centre piece of Buckingham, a museum and place to hold paranormal nights – spooky!

C FINAL

It’s the Prime Minister’s country residence located in the heart of rural Buckinghamshire.

D FINAL

Aylesbury is famous for the Aylesbury Duck...even though we don't have many of them now! 

E FINAL

We've got an Eco Farm – it’s all about being green, and knowing where your food comes from!

F FINAL

Some of the biggest names performed at the legendary Friars music club, right here in Aylesbury.

G FINAL

At the time it was the biggest heist in British history and turned the nation's media focus on Bucks.

H FINAL

Halton House has stood tall in the Chiltern Hills since 1883 and is the home of the RAF.

I FINAL

Ivinghoe Beacon is the landmark you can see for miles around and it offers some pretty stunning views.

J FINAL

Jamiroquai’s Jay Kay is just one of the many celebrities living in Bucks

K FINAL

Kimblewick Point to Point – It’s one of the biggest race meetings of it’s kind in the UK.

L FINAL

Lynda grew up in Aston Abotts and went on to be a star of stage and TV. She also campaigned for local charities and is is still sorely missed.

M FINAL

The ITV detective drama uses Bucks as a back-drop to some of the the gruesome goings-on in Midsomer Murders. Haddenham, Quainton and the Chilterns are all regularly seen.

N FINAL

The man the legend and probably one of the most recognisable voices on the radios of Bucks, he's been talking to you in your house and car for the last two decades!

O FINAL

Aylesbury legend John Otway is the self-confessed “Rock n roll’s greatest failure”

P FINAL

It all began back in 1948 In Stoke Mandeville, thanks to a chap called Dr Ludwig Guttman who wanted to rehabilitate spinal injury patients through sport.

Q FINAL

Aylesbury's roads have got themselves quite a reputation for being gridlocked!

r FINAL

Roald Dahl lived and wrote in Great Missenden for 36 years and is still remembered today through museums and the Roald Dahl Festival.

S FINAL

An airfield that turned into one of the greatest Grand Prix venues in the world and it's right here in Bucks (well half of it is)!

T FINAL

We've got some lovely buildings in Buckinghamshire, but we've got some shockers too! 

U FINAL

The English Civil War comes to Aylesbury, where Prince Rupert fought the Parliamentarians in 1642.

V FINAL

Bucks is a rural county and that means we’ve got lots and lots of beautiful villages across the county.

w final

It was the place that a lot of Bucks first tasted fast food! The old Wimpy stood in Friars Square, but got knocked down when the old market was covered. 

X FINAL

OK, we struggled with this one. We know it’s a bus route between Aylesbury and Milton Keynes, but it’s all we could come up with.

y FINAL

Mix96 has been your local radio station for more than 20 years. #properlocalradio.

Z FINAL

David Bowie's first performance as Ziggy Stardust was right here in Aylesbury.