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Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity Moves Office

  |  Published: Mar 3rd 2014
Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity’s (FNHC) Fundraising and office functions have taken up residence in new surroundings at Walton Lodge, Walton Street, Aylesbury, with the aim of providing an innovative specialist palliative care education facility as part of the move – thanks to a supporter legacy.

End BUST with a Boom!

  |  Published: Feb 28th 2014
Wendover Rotary’s BUST project of collecting unwanted bras for women in the third world and raising money for Breast Cancer Care has been running for nearly three years now and will be closing at the end of June 2014.

Rare wildlife could be ‘wiped out’ by HS2

  |  Published: Feb 26th 2014
Unless major changes are made to the route of HS2 through Buckinghamshire, the high speed trains could lead to the local extinction of one of the UK’s rarest mammals, according to an expert review.

MWC Halton Supports Sign Health

  |  Published: Feb 26th 2014
In January, Military Wives Choir Halton were delighted to be invited to help raise awareness for Sign Health

Year 5 Market Day in Princes Risborough

  |  Published: Feb 26th 2014
In PSHEE, Year 5 have been looking at the topic of money and budgeting. The market in Princes Risborough provided the venue for our ‘virtual shopping experience’. Each group were provided with different real life scenarios and given the practical task of feeding a family for a week. Not only did the children have to calculate their disposable income and work within a budget, they also had to consider a healthy diet. Just like real life, the children soon realised that this is no easy task!

HS2 Environmental Statement response by Chiltern Society

  |  Published: Feb 26th 2014
In a 67,000 word detailed response to the statement, the Society says the current plan to route HS2 across the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty contravenes the Countryside and Rights of Way Act and pays hardly any regard to the fact that the AONB is a nationally protected landscape.
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