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Libor fund increases support for service children

  |  Published: Mar 31st 2014
A community organisation that supports children of service personnel and veterans in Buckinghamshire has used a grant from the Libor fund to increase its support capability.

Youth Outreach Event at RAF Halton

  |  Published: Mar 25th 2014
As part of the Armed Forces Community Covenant, Buckinghamshire County Council asked RAF Halton to organise a Youth Outreach event to engage with children from the local schools and introduce them to the Royal Air Force.

Waddesdon Manor Joins New Tourism Campaign

  |  Published: Mar 24th 2014
On the 14th March 2014 Waddesdon Manor became one of the first 100 companies across the UK to be awarded a new Chartermark declaring it is fit to welcome Chinese visitors. The GREAT China Welcome Charter is a new initiative from VisitBritain to make Britain the destination of choice for the rapidly-growing Chinese market.

Tips for Massage

  |  Published: Mar 24th 2014
The Belmore Centre provides the most extensive range of beauty treatments and complementary therapies available regionally.

Students Help Restore Medieval Church in Ipswich

  |  Published: Mar 24th 2014
Bucks UTC students have been putting their IT and construction skills to use as part of a project by the Churches Conservation Trust (CCT), to restore The Church of St Mary- at- the- Quay, Ipswich.

Raising a Glass for Local Charities

  |  Published: Mar 24th 2014
The Aston Clinton Beer Festival, now in its third year, not only provides the opportunity to try a range of ales and ciders produced by local brewers, but also a weekend of free entertainment for all the family at the village park. On top of that, the festival supports local charities and, since its first event in 2012, has raised over £10,000 for good causes in Aston Clinton and the surrounding area. Last year, more than a thousand people came along and enjoyed the fun.

PACE celebrates opening of new Centre on Wendover Road

  |  Published: Mar 24th 2014
Having laid the inaugural brick almost one year ago 7-year old Sonny Pikett from Aston Clinton led the celebrations at the opening of PACE’s new Early Year’s Centre last Thursday 20th March. The new facility at 156 Wendover Road, Aylesbury will transform the lives of many children with disabilities such as cerebral palsy, and is the first phase of a continuing development on the edge of Aylesbury, near Stoke Mandeville.
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