Please Turn Off Your Mobile – 20th May 2019

Forbidden Nights.... Camp Nights.... Dance Nights.... Funny Nights.... Hot Flush Nights.... Mind Blowing Nights..... all at a theatre near you this week. Les Mis @ Milton Keynes: Best Availability Monday to Thursday performances. Call the theatre’s dedicated Les Misérables booking line on 01908 547669 (open Monday to Saturday, 12 – 6pm)

jnkhgfygyhgc TWO

David Stopps and his fellow 'Founding Fathers' podcast discussing the formation and first few years of Friars Aylesbury.

Waddesdon Manor – Michael Eden Form & Transform Exhibition May 2018

Michael Eden‘s work sits at the intersection of craft, design and art. For this solo exhibition Eden, formerly a potter, explores contemporary themes through the reinterpretation of historical objects using digital means. For this ambitious exhibition Michael Eden has created new pieces responding to objects from Waddesdon’s collections, displaying them in

Earthly Messenger David Bowie Sculpture Unveiling in Aylesbury

The statue unveiling was a free event which took place at 2pm on Sunday 25 March in Aylesbury’s Market Square. From 12noon there was a stage with live music and also a screen showing Bowie videos. That same evening a Benefit Concert - an amazing festival of Aylesbury music at

Holocaust Educational Trust – Lessons from Auschwitz Project

Around 200 students from schools and colleges across the Thames Valley and Chilterns have visited the Nazi concentration and death camp Auschwitz-Birkenau in Poland as part of the Holocaust Educational Trust's 'Lessons from Auschwitz Project'. Richard Carr joined the students from schools in Buckinghamshire and Milton Keynes. More Details Here on

Cinema Review – 23rd February 2018

Taylor talks us through 'I, Tonya' 'Birth of the Dragon' and 'Finding Your Feet' To check out more of Taylor and his reviews visit his blog here (external site)

Cinema Reviews – 16th February 2018

Taylor is taking a look at "The Shape of Water" ... Patrick Duffy must be shaking his webbed feet with delight on this one.... (Anyone under 40 probably won't have a clue what I am talking about!!) He looks at "lady Bird" and and revels in "Marvel, Black Panther". To check out

Cinema Reviews – 26th February 2018

  Release date: January 26th 2018 Taylor reviews '12 Strong' 'Maze runner: The death Cure' and the latest Aardman film 'Early Man' To check out more of Taylor and his reviews visit his blog here (external site)

Cinema Reviews – 24th January 2018

Release date: January 24th 2018 Taylor Lacey reviews the latest movie releases due at a cinema near you. To check out more of Taylor and his reviews visit his blog here (external site)

Cinema Reviews – 19th January 2018

Release date: January 12th 2018 Taylor Lacey reviews "Coco" "The Post" and tells you what he thinks of "The Commuter" Editors note: I think he would prefer a trip on Chiltern Railways during rush hour!!! To check out more of Taylor and his reviews visit his blog here (external site)

Cinema Reviews – 12th January 2018

Release date: January 12th 2018 Taylor Lacey talks us through the latest releases at the cinema and highlights his 'last chance to see' film. To check out more of Taylor and his reviews visit his blog here (external site)

Sleeping Beauty – Grove Theatre Dunstable – December 2017

STARRING: John Partridge (EastEnders), Sally Lindsay (Coronation Street) & Rebecca Keatley (CBeebies). Click here to find out more about the cast. *** Grove Theatre has teamed up with Evolution Productions to present a spell-binding and breathtaking adaptation of the pantomime Sleeping Beauty. Evolution Productions, led by television presenter Paul Hendy and

Waddesdon Manor at Xmas – 2017

  Every year they seem to out do themselves... A beautiful way to get yourself into the Xmas Spirit. Richard Carr and Heather Jan Brunt have a look at what is on offer this year. WADDESDON MANOR DETAILS

Bucks County Show 2017

A  welcome to 150th Bucks County Show at Weedon Park...... One of the best one day agricultural shows in the country and one of Buckinghamshire’s main summer attractions. This year the Main Ring welcomed back the The Household Cavalry Musical Ride. PART ONE FACEBOOK LIVE! PART TWO PART THREE PART FOUR PART FIVE

Andy Robbins – Review

I’ve previously had the pleasure of receiving some of Andy’s most recent releases and to say it has been refreshing would be quite the understatement. You may expect formulaic compositions and flat, uninspired themes from some solo musicians however Andy Robbins has defied the boundaries in the field. Beginning with “Promises

Only Sun Only Sun are an exciting new Indie Rock quintet from High Wycombe, consisting of Euan Bryden, Ed Miguens, Daz McManus, Taylor Lacey and Aabid Kanji. "Long Distance" is the first single from Only Sun's upcoming EP "Late To The Party". Spotify:    iTunes:   Spotify:   Deezer:  Apple Music:    Google Play:

Callow Saints

More videos here 1) Tell us a little about the inception of Callow Saints and your history as a band It all began way back in 2013, an unforgettable year in which the word “twerk” was added to the dictionary (totally unrelated). A young Seb and Oran had been playing in a

School’s Out for Summer with Wendover Youth Festival

Wendover Youth Centre put on an afternoon festival for everyone to enjoy at Ashbrook Playing Fields (Castle Park). The first to arrive were from John Colet School as they finished at noon. Later in the afternoon years 5 and 6 from Wendover CofE Junior School joined in the fun.

Bucks & MK Armed Forces Day 2017

The Buckinghamshire and Milton Keynes Armed Forces Day 2017 returned to Aylesbury Rugby Club on Saturday 17 June 2017. A big celebratory family friendly fun day event packed with air displays, live music, live sport, attractions, craft stalls and also the Guinness World Record attempt for the largest Lindyhop. The aim is

Waddesdon Manor Summer Season Launch 2017

There is always something spectacular and new to view at Waddesdon Manor. A special display exploring how Elizabeth I and her courtiers used portraits to fashion their public image and promote themselves in a glamorous, dangerous world. Two spectacular panel paintings by Nicholas Hilliard will be accompanied by loans from the Royal

Miss GB MK 2017

Miss Great Britain MK was proudly presented by The Dress Empire on Sunday 14th May at Wilton Hall, Bletchley MK. The Milton Keynes Regional heat was a prestigious event and a Black Tie Dinner and Show, including celebrity judges MBE Olympian Gail Emms and professional footballer Lee Bowyer, with entertainment

The Great British Dog Walk 2017

Why join Hearing Dogs at Hughenden Manor? This will be a fab walk for dog lovers of all ages! Lots of fun activities for both adults and children Stalls with lots of great gifts,homemade crafts and refreshments By coming along, you'll be helping us to raise vital funds and awareness so we

Friars Aylesbury – Holy Holy – April 2017

  Holy Holy featuring Tony Visconti, Woody Woodmansey and Heaven 17’s Glenn Gregory played Aylesbury in April. The first time that original Spiders from Mars drummer Woody Woodmansey has played the Ziggy album in Aylesbury since the classic David Bowie show on 15 July 1972 – 44 years ago. Bowie formed the Spiders from

Marlow School Lands a bit of the Moon!!

The Apollo missions brought back 382kg of Moon rock. The financial cost of getting these rocks was historically eye-watering so, understandably, NASA is choosy about who gets to play with them. Many go to scientists for laboratory investigation, but they came to Sir Willaim Borlase's Grammar School in Marlow recently. All

Comic Relief @ Buckingham Lodge Care Home

Loads of people got up to all sorts on Friday for Comic Relief.... But it wasn't just schools and the work place getting involved... Residents from the Buckingham Lodge Care Home in Aylesbury joined in too.

Waddesdon Manor Spring 2017 Launch

There is always something new to see and and do up at Waddesdon. Glorious Years is a celebration of the power of the printed image before photography. An exhibition of rare calendars, published in Paris in the 17th and 18th centuries, from their golden period under Louis XIV, through to

Scannappeal Scrub Run 2017

Scrub Run May 21 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm - Free - £45 Support your local hospital by taking part in the Scrub Run. Two routes, two distances to appeal to the whole family whilst taking in the beautiful surroundings of Amersham Cricket Club and Shardeloes. Sunday 21st May  Registration from 10am 5K starts

Bucks & Milton Keynes Armed Forces Day 2017 – LAUNCH

The Buckinghamshire and Milton Keynes Armed Forces Day 2017 event will be returning to Aylesbury Rugby Club on Saturday 17 June 2017.It will be a big celebratory family friendly fun day event packed with air displays, live music, live sport, attractions, craft stalls and also the Guinness World Record attempt

HS2 Gets Royal Assent – Looks Like Full Speed Ahead!

HS2 took a major step forward today (23 February 2017) as Britain’s new railway successfully completed over 3 years of Parliamentary scrutiny to receive Royal Assent. Construction will now begin on schedule in the spring. Transport Secretary Chris Grayling said: "Getting the go-ahead to start building HS2 is a massive boost to the

La Strada ( the road)

La Strada Overview From the Olivier award-winning Producer of West End hits Top Hat, The Play That Goes Wrong and Hetty Feather Frederico Fellini’s Oscar-winning La Strada is one of the all-time masterpieces of world cinema. This stunning new stage adaptation is directed by Olivier Award nominee Sally Cookson (Jane Eyre &

Police to Enforce Marlow Bridge Weight Restriction

Police to enforce Marlow Bridge weight restriction Monday 20 February 2017, 8:44am Thames Valley Police will be checking vehicles crossing Marlow Bridge to make sure they do not exceed the weight limit. For six weeks, from Wednesday 1 March 2017, any overweight vehicles trying to cross the bridge will be turned around by

Waddesdon Manor at Christmas 2016

[jwplayer mediaid="14390"] [jwplayer mediaid="14389"] A world of magical materials Our theme this year is inspired by our extraordinary Collection, some of which features rare and exotic materials and some humbler elements from earth and sea, made wonderful by the skilled craftsmen who made them. From the gleam of silver and gold to the sparkle

Fairford Leys Pokemon Group

[jwplayer mediaid="14307"] As the crash took on walking groups popped up all over the County.... Searching for Pokemon and Pokestops... and getting some excercise.

David Bowie Statue Campaign

[jwplayer mediaid="14301"] David Bowie had a very special connection with Friars Aylesbury. To celebrate that connection by creating a stunning statue of David in Aylesbury Market Square, the same Market Square he referenced in the first line of ‘Five Years’, the opening track of one of the most iconic albums of

Live in The Park 2016

[jwplayer mediaid="14133"] Vale Park was once again  filled with great live music, all day on the huge outdoor stage, showcasing 13 local bands and acoustic acts including Lost Minute, James & Jack Manders, Evette Judge, Bustin’ Loose and headlined by the fabulous SkaSouls.  Your host and compere for the day was

Bucks County Show 2016

[jwplayer mediaid="13943"] The Bucks County Show is one of the best one day agricultural shows in the country and one of Buckinghamshire’s main summer attractions. This year in the Main Ring was the Royal Signals Motorcycle Display Team known as The White Helmets .  

Centenary Commemoration of the Battle of Fromelles 2016

[jwplayer mediaid="13806"] A party of dignitaries from Buckinghamshire including the High Sheriff and Lord Lieutenant of Buckinghamshire visited France to commemorate the Bucks Battalion action at the Battle of Pozieres and Fromelles in July 1916. Visiting a number of war graves in the area and the official Australian commemoration at Fromelles.

Have HS2 Started Work in Fairford Leys?

Tuesday 4th October 2016 [jwplayer mediaid="13694"] Local resident David Stopps woke up with a surprise this morning courtesy of HS2. A spokesperson for HS2 Ltd said: “In order to prepare for construction to begin on HS2 next year, ground investigations are being undertaken on the whole line of route. In Fairford Leys this means

Little Shop of Horrors

Little Shop of Horrors - A charming, kooky and hilarious musical cult classic. Seymour Krelborn, the assistant at Mushnik's Flower Shop in downtrodden Skid Row, becomes an overnight sensation when he discovers a strange and exotic plant. He names it Audrey Two in order to impress glamorous Audrey, the colleague he’s

Max Whitlock Picks Up Another Gold In Aylesbury

Tuesday 6th September 2016 [jwplayer mediaid="13663"] Team GB's double gold medal winning gymnast, originally from Hemel Hempstead,  Max Whitlock returned to Aylesbury Nissan today to pick up a rather flashy gold leaf car .... And of course he brought his medals with him and delighted a group of children from Lynx Gymnastics

Sunny Afternoon

Sunny Afternoon, the sensational smash hit West End musical will rock a venue near you in 2016 Winner of the 2015 Olivier Award for Best New Musical, Sunny Afternoon is an irresistible musical with slick theatricality and ingenious storytelling at its heart. It tells the captivating tale of how one of

Pokémon Goes Mad At Waddesdon Manor

[jwplayer mediaid="13525"] Richard Carr hunts down a Pokémon expert at Waddesdon Manor of all places to find out what on earth is going on ! Apparently the Manor is a hot spot for all things Pokémon.

We speak to Liz West Spiceworld Collection Owner

[jwplayer mediaid="13462"] To coincide with the 20th Anniversary of the Spice Girls hit single, Wannabe, Watford Colosseum is proud to host an exhibition dedicated to the 90's pop phenomenon The Spice Girls. Spiceworld: The Exhibition: the story of how Sporty, Baby, Scary, Posh and Watford's own Ginger became the most successful girl group

Arnold Hargreaves – World War ll Veteran – Speaks to Bucks TV

[jwplayer mediaid="13332"] World War II Veteran Arnold Hargreaves (99), the sole surviving crew member of an HMS Bulldog boarding party that in 1941 captured a Nazi U-boat complete with Enigma code machine, six months worth of codes, and charts showing the positions of U-boats, minefields and swept channels in the Atlantic.

Armed Forces Day 2016

[jwplayer mediaid="13331"] Bletchley Park, the home of British code-breaking and the birthplace of modern information technology, is opening its doors to host the 2016 Buckinghamshire and Milton Keynes Armed Forces Day on Saturday June 25 and Sunday June 26 for a weekend of activities.  

Joseph Brings His Multi Coloured Coat to MK

[jwplayer mediaid="13327"] X-Factor winner Joe McElderry dons the coveted coat! Having enjoyed sensational reviews, Bill Kenwright’s “Amazing”, “Superb”, “Wonderful” and “Brilliant” production of Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s sparkling family musical continues to enjoy huge success across the country with standing ovations at every performance. Retelling the Biblical story of Joseph, his

Kate Malone @ Waddesdon Manor

[jwplayer mediaid="13285"] Kate Malone, one of the UK’s leading ceramic artists, will exhibit new work, inspired by the gardens, collections and archive at Waddesdon. She has drawn inspiration from many elements of the collections Contemporary art at Waddesdon 8 June to 16 October 2016, 11-5pm (Entry free with Grounds tickets)

The Fremantle Trust – Learning Disability Conference – APRIL 2016

[jwplayer mediaid="13277"] We are committed to working in partnership with the people who use our services, their families and carers, and the professionals who work with them, to provide high quality, innovative support which meets individual needs. We ensure that everyone is fully involved in the plans and decisions about their

Jamie Raven’s Magic Tour

[jwplayer mediaid="13212"] Magician Jamie Raven who wowed the judges and audiences on this year’s Britain’s Got Talent has announced his debut nationwide UK tour for February 2016. Jamie Raven’s audition on Britain’s got Talent, which has had over 11 million hits on YouTube alone, catapulted him straight through to the final with

A Matthew Bourne Classic at the Wycombe Swan

[jwplayer mediaid="13206"] Matthew Bourne’s dazzling production of Sleeping Beauty has won the hearts of thousands and smashed box office records across the UK and the USA since its premiere. New Adventures have revived this new classic in the repertoire to give audiences one more chance to see the final piece in the

Leaflets …….

[jwplayer mediaid="13329"] We ask local business and some of your local MP's where they stand in the EU referendum.

If We Leave ………

[jwplayer mediaid="13342"] We ask local business and some of your local MP's where they stand in the EU referendum.

Nil Points …….

[jwplayer mediaid="13361"] We ask local business and some of your local MP's where they stand in the EU referendum.

Security ……..

[jwplayer mediaid="13362"] We ask local business and some of your local MP's where they stand in the EU referendum.

Why Leave? ……..

[jwplayer mediaid="13360"] We ask local business and some of your local MP's where they stand in the EU referendum.

Avenue Q in Milton Keynes

[jwplayer mediaid="13032"] Following five years in the West End and sell-out runs worldwide (packed with mischief, bad behaviour and political incorrectness) this hugely entertaining show is hitting the road on a brand new tour! Created by Jeff Marx and Robert Lopez (co-creator of Book of Mormon and writer of the songs for

Jackie the Musical

Once there was a time with no mobiles, no online dating and no Facebook, when teenage girls waited with bated breath by the letterbox for their weekly issue of Jackie Magazine. In Jackie the Musical we revisit those heady days, and tell the story of a recent divorcée who seeks

That Sinking Feeling

[jwplayer mediaid="12961"] Kynaston Avenue resident Emma James was cutting the grass when her lawn gave way revealing a mysterious void in the ground. Aylesbury Vale District Council Statement on this matter: Having checked with the relevant departments, Aylesbury Vale District Council has no record of this issue having been reported to us by

Facts and History about Kop Hill Climb

[jwplayer mediaid="12884"] The Kop Hill Climb is a hillclimb in Princes Risborough, Buckinghamshire. The climb was originally established in 1910 but due to a minor accident involving a spectator on the public road that formed the hillclimb, the last competitive event was held on 28 March 1925. The RAC then banned


[jwplayer mediaid="12816"] We have relationships with reputable local catering companies as well as our own in-house Bistro facility to enable us to cater for any event small or large……….from sandwich lunches to silver service dinners. Click Here for Further details.

Conference & Meeting Rooms for Hire

[jwplayer mediaid="12817"] The Clare Charity Centre has various sizes and styles of meeting and conference rooms/facilities. We have room sizes to fit all of your external meeting requirements. All of our facilities are available with free access guest WiFi. Our recent and on-going upgrading of our rooms now means that six of our rooms

The Courtyard

[jwplayer mediaid="12818"] Is an intimate venue and is perfect for product launches, celebrations, networking – a unique venue for your event. The Courtyard is a 4800 ft² (446m²) enclosed garden offering an ideal location for guests to enjoy a fundraising or social event in a beautiful yet tranquil environment

Full Tour or the Clare Charity Centre

[jwplayer mediaid="12819"] We are delighted to offer our facilities to all businesses, providing excellent meeting facilities, conference venue facilities and a team building or away day venue. You can use the Saunderton Suite for dinner, lunch or product launches. The stunning Courtyard is perfect for a champagne reception to celebrate your success. Click

An Introduction

[jwplayer mediaid="12820"] Martin Gallagher – Chief Executive Officer welcomes you to the Clare Charity Centre. Click Here for Further details.

The Meadow

[jwplayer mediaid="12821"] Our magnificent grounds provide a great venue to hold team building events. Within our 12 acre site, we have The Meadow, a 4 acre event area, on which we can hold – Fetes, BBQs, Fun Days, Picnics, Competitions or even a Summer Ball! Click Here for Further details.

TV & Film Production Venue

[jwplayer mediaid="12822"] The Clare Charity Centre makes for a perfect film venue. With a stunning building, beautiful grounds, easy access and plentiful parking we make the perfect location. Our venue has been used in the successful ITV series ‘Endeavour’ and in Channel 4’s ‘Black Mirror’ and various other shoots, that have made

Saunderton Suite & Chiltern Lounge

[jwplayer mediaid="12824"] We are delighted to offer our facilities to all businesses, providing excellent meeting facilities, conference venue facilities and a team building or away day venue. Click Here for Further details.

Astronaut Tim Peake Beamed Down to Bierton CE Combined School

[jwplayer mediaid="12800"] Tim Peake beamed live from the Space Station today and answered questions from lucky school children around the UK. Millie from Bierton CE Combined School was one of them and excitedly watched the live broadcast in a special assembly today (2nd February 2016)

Priscilla Tour Bus Halts at Milton Keynes Theatre!

[jwplayer mediaid="12788"] Local actor Philip Childs chats about being in the current tour of Priscilla Queen of the Desert, at Milton Keynes Theatre this week. Get ready for the ride of your life as the ultimate party, Priscilla Queen of the Desert the Musical returns due to overwhelming popular demand - starring Jason

Broadcasting Legend Sir Terry Wogan Dies

[jwplayer mediaid="12778"] Sir Terry, a Deputy Lieutenant of Buckinghamshire since 2007 lived in the County for 40 Years. He dies on Sunday 31st January 2016 after a short brave battle with cancer.    

HS2 Presentations @ High Speed Rail Committee

Embedded from Parliament Live TV: Presentations to the High Speed Rail Select Committee on 26 January 2016, using the appearance to highlight the key impacts of HS2 on their constituencies. Cheryl Gillan MP Chesham & Amersham: 09.30:05 -10:45:35 David Lidington MP for Aylesbury: 14:34:12 - 15:40:30. Dominic Grieve MP for Beaconsfield: 15:40:30 - 15:57:44

Amersham Museum

[jwplayer mediaid="12628"] Amersham Museum is a small local museum located on the High Street in Old Amersham. The museum is located in a 15th-century half-timbered house, with a herb garden to the rear, and covers local history.

Bekonscot Model Village

[jwplayer mediaid="12629"] Bekonscot Model Village and Railway is the world’s oldest and original model village, opening for the first time in 1929. With over 80 years of history, huge model railway, 1.5 acres of well kept gardens andfinely detailed model buildings Bekonscot is a great day out for everyone.

Black Park Country Park

[jwplayer mediaid="12630"] Woodland, heathland and miles of tracks including great family facilities.

Bletchley Park & National Museum of Computing

[jwplayer mediaid="12631"] Bletchley Park was the central site for Britain's codebreakers during World War Two. Run by the Government Code and Cypher School (GC&CS), it regularly penetrated the secret communications of the Axis Powers – most importantly the German Enigma and Lorenz ciphers. The official historian of World War II British

Buckinghamshire County Museum

[jwplayer mediaid="12632"] The Buckinghamshire County Museum is a museum in the centre of Aylesbury, in Buckinghamshire, England. It displays artefacts pertinent to the history of Buckinghamshire including geological displays, costume, agriculture and industry. Also has the Roald Dahl Children's Gallery, a children's museum in honour of Roald Dahl.

Chiltern Open Air Museum

[jwplayer mediaid="12634"] Chiltern Open Air Museum was founded in 1976 with the aim of rescuing threatened buildings.  More than thirty historic building have now been saved and rebuilt at the site, and there are more in store.  The museum only accepts buildings that would otherwise be demolished.

Chinnor and Princes Risborough Railway

[jwplayer mediaid="12635"] The Chinnor & Princes Risborough Railway is a preserved heritage railway with its headquarters and only station at Chinnor in South Oxfordshire, England. It runs along the foot of the Chilterns escarpment.  

College Lake

[jwplayer mediaid="12636"] Once a chalk quarry, College Lake is now one of the Berks, Bucks & Oxon Wildlife Trust's flagship nature reserves. The transformation is a fantastic example of what people passionate about wildlife can bring about through a shared vision and sheer determination.

Chiltern Brewery

[jwplayer mediaid="12633"] George and Tom Jenkinson, brothers and directors of the family run brewery. Founded in 1980 by their father and mother, Richard and Lesley Jenkinson, and remain the oldest independent brewery in the Chiltern Hills and Buckinghamshire.

Farmers Bar – Kings Head Aylesbury

[jwplayer mediaid="12747"] Dating from 1455 The Farmers’ Bar is an historic hidden gem in the heart of the old market town of Aylesbury. Beautiful beams and wooden floors bedeck this ancient inn, which surrounds an impressive old cobbled courtyard, and there is a warm welcome from our friendly, award winning staff,

Free Walks & Cycle Rides Through the Chilterns

[jwplayer mediaid="12638"] The Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) covers 324 square miles of countryside, stretching from the River Thames in southern Oxfordshire up through Buckinghamshire.

Horses Trust

[jwplayer mediaid="12650"] The Horse Trust is a home of rest for retired horses. They were founded in 1886 to help London working horses.

Lacey Green Windmill

[jwplayer mediaid="12651"] Lacey Green windmill stands on the escarpment of the Chiltern Hills, near Princes Risborough and halfway between High Wycombe and Aylesbury. Since 1971 it has been restored back to working order by members of The Chiltern Society. The 1970 picture below shows the sad condition it had reached.  It

Literature Connections in Bucks

[jwplayer mediaid="12668"] Richard Carr tours the County learning about Buckinghamshire strong literary connections.

Longridge Outdoor Activity Centre

[jwplayer mediaid="12669"] Longridge-on-Thames Outdoor Activity Centre on the Thames near Marlow and Hurley, booking information, activities and facilities description.

Milton Keynes Museum

[jwplayer mediaid="12670"] The Museum was founded in 1973 when a group of local people began to collect items found in farms and factories that were being closed down to make way for the development of Milton Keynes, the UK’s last ‘new city’.

Milton’s Cottage

[jwplayer mediaid="12671"] Milton’s Cottage, situated in Chalfont St Giles, Buckinghamshire, was once the home of John Milton (1608-1674), one of England’s greatest poets. It is now a museum of his work and times.

Roald Dahl Museum

[jwplayer mediaid="12672"] Visit our great little award-winning Museum, situated in the village where Roald Dahl lived and wrote for 36 years.

Rumsey’s Chocolate

[jwplayer mediaid="12673"] Since 1991 Nigel Rumsey has been creating an exquisite range of Handmade Chocolates. Sample them in Wendover and Thame.

Waddesdon Manor

[jwplayer mediaid="12675"] A National Trust property in the heart of Buckinghamshire. Waddesdon Manor was built by Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild in 1874.

Walkfree Breakfree- Chiltern Hills Walking

[jwplayer mediaid="12676"] Walkfree Breakfree Chiltern Hills walking weekends and holidays offer you an opportunity to enjoy wonderful walks, fun and companionship in one of England’s finest walking areas.

Milton Keynes Panto 2015 – Aladdin

Priscilla Presley, Hollywood royalty and wife of the King of Rock 'n' Roll, Elvis Presley, will be making wishes come true by bringing all the magic of the Christmas season to life as the 'Genie of the Lamp' in Aladdin in Milton Keynes. [jwplayer mediaid="12187"]

Priscilla Presley Talks To Bucks TV

Priscilla Presley, Hollywood royalty and wife of the King of Rock 'n' Roll, Elvis Presley, will be making wishes come true by bringing all the magic of the Christmas season to life as the 'Genie of the Lamp' in Aladdin in Milton Keynes [jwplayer mediaid="12186"]

Friars Remembers David Bowie

[jwplayer mediaid="12173"] Memories and thoughts of David Bowie when we recently produced a DVD to celebrate the Friars Exhibition. Click Here to Purchase the full DVD:

Light up a Life 2015

[jwplayer mediaid="12156"] South Bucks Hospice would like to thank everyone who joined their special Light up a Life event on Friday 11th December 2015. A wonderful night to remember and cherished memories along with beautiful songs. It was truly an evening that brought everyone together.

Spring Season at Waddesdon Manor 2015

[jwplayer mediaid="11809"] Go and see what’s new this Easter – open every day from 1-12 April (including Monday 6 and Tuesday 7 April). The daffodils are in bloom, free daily talks in the Wine Cellars, new exhibitions and displays in the House and Coach House.

Waddesdon Manor at Xmas 2014

[jwplayer mediaid="11805"] The Christmas theme in the House this year is Lights and Legends - the decorations will reflect stories, myths and rituals from around the world. Purchase this video as DVD for only £6.99

Women’s Tour 2015 Visit Bucks

[jwplayer mediaid="11793"] Top Women cyclists visited Marlow to start off stage five of this years Women Tour. Heading off through some of the most beautiful countryside in the County.

Relay for Life – Aylesbury 2014

[jwplayer mediaid="11765"] Over the weekend of the 7th and 8th of July, Aylesbury came together to help raise vital funds for Cancer Research UK. The Relay For Life is a great community event that celebrates life and honours those affected by cancer.

RAF Halton First Reservist to Graduate

[jwplayer mediaid="11761"] Aircraftman Tim Morris, from Stourbridge in Worcestershire, has become the first RAF Reservist to graduate with his Regular colleagues at RAF Halton.

Prestival 2015

[jwplayer mediaid="11757"] 7 hours of non-stop live music from some of the best bands in the South of England performing on side by side stages with one of the best sound rigs in the country, in the outskirts of Great Missenden.

North Marston Community Shop

[jwplayer mediaid="11737"] We visited the Shop at North Marston which is provided by villagers, for the community, with surpluses fed back into the community.

Marlow Santa’s Fun Run 2014

[jwplayer mediaid="11658"] Hundreds of Santas run & walk 3 miles around the streets of Marlow raising money for charity. As always Sir Steve Redgrave was present to win yet another medal ! and who else could get Paraympian Gold Medallist Naomi Riches to do the Santa Warm up!! Purchase this video

Marillion at Friars 2013

[jwplayer mediaid="11654"] Marillion returned to Friars Aylesbury for the first time in 28 years in November, taking to the Waterside Theatre stage to a sell out audience as part of a tour.

HS2 Mini Summit, October 2014

[jwplayer mediaid="11626"] All the Buckinghamshire Councils and affected resdients meeting up for the seventh mini- summit on HS2.

Hartwell Cemetery Clean Up

[jwplayer mediaid="11614"] MASK youth group run by Neil Axe carried out a clean-up of WW1 and 2 veterans graves at Hartwell Cemetery. A remembrance ceremony with flags & bugler followed.

FreFest 2015

[jwplayer mediaid="11610"] The Fremantle Trust yearly summer party fund raising event at Aylesbury Rugby Club. Put on for their service users, their familes and staff and their families.

Dolly Day 2014

[jwplayer mediaid="11586"] 100 year old Dolly Saville celebrates her big day at a massive party at the Red Lion in Wendover, where she still works.

100 Year Old Dolly the Bar Maid

[jwplayer mediaid="11582"] Dolly Saville has been working at the Red Lion in Wendover for 76 years. Celerbrating her 100th Birthday this year and she is still going strong.

Dirty Dancing in Oxford Over Xmas

[jwplayer mediaid="11578"] Fancy something different to panto this Xmas then head over to the New Theatre in Oxford. Dirty Dancing is in town for the month. An unprecedented live experience, exploding with heart-pounding music, passionate romance & sensationally sexy dancing.

WheelPower Hall of Fame

[jwplayer mediaid="11574"] HRH Countess of Wessex visits Stoke mandeville stadium to unveil the lates inductees to the Stoke mandeville Hall of Fame, including gold medallist David Weir.

Carol Vorderman Joins The RAF

[jwplayer mediaid="11564"] Yes you heard right TV Presenter Carol Vorderman has become an honorary Group Capatin with the RAF Air Cadets, She made her first official visit to RAF Halton at the Air Cadet Organisation National Band Championships and talks about her plans for flying.

WI Centenary Baton Visits Bucks

[jwplayer mediaid="11549"] The WI Centenary Baton has been travelling around England and Wales to celebrate 100 years of the WI. Here is reaches Buckinghamshire.

Bucks Live Carnival 2014

[jwplayer mediaid="11545"] Bucks New Universtiy students arranging an all day Carnival and Masquerade night event, to help bringing the students and community together.

Buckinghamshire Bake-Off 2014

[jwplayer mediaid="11533"] The Beverley Glock Cookery School organised the inaugural Bucks Bake-Off raising £1079 for Sport Relief at The Potting Shed Askett. 118 entries made the day a massive success.

Winter Lights at Waddesdon 2014

[jwplayer mediaid="11523"] Artist Bruce Munro’s residency continues with Winter Light at Waddesdon: Bruce Munro, a remarkable trail of light works in the gardens and a new commission inside the House.

Aston Clinton Archaeological Dig

[jwplayer mediaid="11511"] The same archaeologists that found Richard III in a Leicester carpark have been working their magic here in Buckinghamshire.