January 2018

Elisabeth Frink: sculptures, drawings, prints

  |  Published: Jan 23rd 2018
Fans of famous sculptor Elisabeth Frink will soon have the opportunity to see a fabulous exhibition of sculpture, prints and drawings at Bucks County Museum in Aylesbury

River restoration to reduce flooding risk

  |  Published: Jan 23rd 2018
Work started this week (Monday January 22) on restoration to a tributary of the River Chess to reduce flood risk in Chesham Old Town, create a more natural aqua-scape, and consign to history a century-old concrete weir.

Thrifty Thrift Shop Ladies donate to Local Charities

Jane Reilly  |  Published: Jan 22nd 2018
Mrs Veronica Tuppen BEM, who runs the Station Thrift Shop at RAF Halton, along with her assistants, Thelma Phillips and Paula Wilson, has presented a cheque to five local charities in a short ceremony in Halton House.

MAPS Initiative Hits Schools

  |  Published: Jan 18th 2018
On the morning of Friday 12 January there was a great deal of activity on the schools’ campus as Wendover CE Junior School and The John Hampden School launched their new Active Travel initiative, ‘MAPS’, in liaison with Bucks County Council.

The Musical for All Time: Blood Brothers

Alison Trimming, Ambassador Theatre Group  |  Published: Jan 17th 2018
Bill Kenwright’s ‘Dazzling’ (Sunday Telegraph) production of the international smash hit musical Blood Brothers is appearing at Aylesbury Waterside Theatre Tue 13 – Sat 17 Feb. This iconic musical has been visiting theatres across the country throughout 2017 in celebration of its 30th anniversary, performing to sell-out houses and receiving standing ovations.

Wildlife Trust’s initial response to the 25 Year Environment Plan

Wendy Tobitt, BBOWT  |  Published: Jan 12th 2018
Estelle Bailey, the Chief Executive of the Berks, Bucks & Oxon Wildlife Trust, broadly welcomes the Government’s 25 Year Environment Plan announced yesterday, while warning that the lack of legal underpinning is a fundamental flaw.
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