Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust is reminding local residents to not come to the Emergency Department (A&E) at Stoke Mandeville Hospital to request a Covid-19 test.
A car and van collided on the M40 during the afternoon of Friday 18th September 2020.
All 29 libraries in Buckinghamshire have reopened again for book borrowing in person.
Week commencing Monday 22nd June 2020 Transport for Buckinghamshire will be carrying out work at the following locations.
For the first time since the coronavirus outbreak the household waste collection services from outside people’s homes are now all back up and running across all the areas covered by Buckinghamshire Council.
Three people were injured during a multi-vehicle collision on the M40 during the afternoon of Sunday 23rd February 2020.
Two members of Stokenchurch Judo Club win medals at the Nihon Dutch Shensho Judo tournament in Holland
Two members of Stokenchurch Judo Club have won medals at the Nihon Dutch Shensho Judo tournament in Holland.
An appeal for witnesses has been launched by Thames Valley Police following a burglary in Stokenchurch on Sunday 8th December 2019.
A robbery occurred in Stokenchurch on Saturday 30th November 2019.
A farmer in Stokenchurch has been fined after animal carcasses, pigs heads and sheep skulls were being stored on a farm, apparently in breach of animal by-products regulations.
Week commencing Monday 21st October 2019 the following bus stop suspensions and service diversions are expected to affect bus services in Buckinghamshire.