Redevelopment proposals will be set out next week to turn the B&M Motors garage in Old Amersham – also known as CSG Amersham – into high-quality assisted living apartments.
Chesham4Fairtrade revealed its plans to promote FairTrade to more community groups and businesses and to put on a wide range of events ‘FairTrade Fortnight’ in February 2016.
Community groups in Beaconsfield were given a first look at plans for a relief road to ease congestion in the town yesterday.
Shops and businesses in Beaconsfield are helping vulnerable people feel safe in the town by signing up to be a ‘safe place’.
Chartridge Parish Council have called a meeting, which starts at 8pm at Chartridge Village Farm, to address reported problems of young people trespassing, destroying crops and leaving litter on the land.
Five men have been convicted of a series of offences including arson and criminal damage to vehicles in High Wycombe.
Over 100 members of the public attended the first of two meetings organised by Wycombe District Council (WDC) to discuss the possibility of developing land in and around the Molins brownfield site in Haw Lane.
Hundreds of Women’s Institute members were given an autumnal treat as they joined together at a jam-packed High Wycombe Town Hall event last week.
A dedicated team of volunteers are in the process of transforming a youth centre that ‘looked like a prison’ into a thriving community hub in Hazlemere.
A multi storey car park that could have seen the end to Marlow’s traffic nightmare has been delayed due to excessive cost.
Firefighters tackled a blaze at a Indian restaurant in Beaconsfield this morning.
Joe Gleeson said he is ‘overwhelmed’ by the support of residents, customers and councillors who have vowed to help save his business.
The mother of a 20-year-old man who was stabbed to death in High Wycombe has joined calls for a gun and knife amnesty in the town.
Commuters who use Beaconsfield train station are calling for an independent business to replace a much-loved cafe that closed down ahead of station refurbishment work.
History will soon be brought back to life at Wycombe Museum as the first stage of refurbishment work draws to an end.
The devastated parents of 18-year-old Jessica Monks, from Medmenham, have now criticised medical experts for leaving them to cope with their daughter's ailments without any guidance.