Aylesbury Vale driver had 36 points on their licence

Aylesbury Vale driver had 36 points on their licence

66 drivers here had 12 or more points on their licence in March.
New app helping to uncover Buckingham's history

New app helping to uncover Buckingham's history

Buxplore has gone live this week and is seen as an alternative to the usual blue plaques scheme.
Football coaching goes virtual in Aylesbury

Football coaching goes virtual in Aylesbury

A coach has been offering sessions to kids for free during the lockdown.
'Common sense' needed when Bucks' public loos re-open

'Common sense' needed when Bucks' public loos re-open

Buckinghamshire Council closed all public toilets when lockdown started.
Aylesbury pub concerned for its future

Aylesbury pub concerned for its future

Another pub in Aylesbury is at risk of closing it's doors following the recent pandemic.
62% of online child grooming happens on Facebook's apps in Thames Valley

62% of online child grooming happens on Facebook's apps in Thames Valley

The NSPCC are calling for the government to do more to regulate social media sites.
Help for families of people in prison in the Thames Valley

Help for families of people in prison in the Thames Valley

New funding will help maintain essential telephone contact while the prisons are closed
Five days of no coronavirus deaths in Bucks

Five days of no coronavirus deaths in Bucks

Latest registered figures show no further deaths since Saturday 23rd May.
103-year-old raises over £7k for Alzheimer's Society

103-year-old raises over £7k for Alzheimer's Society

Hilda Duncombe has been walking around her care home in Stone for the charity.
Scheme launched for autistic people in Bucks

Scheme launched for autistic people in Bucks

People with learning disabilities will also be helped as the lockdown lifts.
Driver caught doing double Wendover bypass speed limit

Driver caught doing double Wendover bypass speed limit

They were spotted doing 128mph by police on Wednesday night.