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Bumper Bucks Free Press out today
YOUR bumper Bucks Free Press is out today and includes an exclusive interview with singing superstar Katherine Jenkins and a picture special from the Race for Life.
The Free Press has a double page spread of photos and your stories from last weekend’s annual Cancer Research UK 5km fun run on The Rye.
Welsh warbler Jenkins, who reached the final of Dancing with the Stars in the US, speaks to Freetime about her upcoming performance at the Henley Festival.
The BFP leads on the court case of Matthew Wojtowicz, who was found guilty of unlawfully wounding father-of-two Paul Bustin, who remains in hospital 14 months after the attack outside a Wooburn Green club.
Wycombe’s top policeman has launched an attack on the Home Secretary Theresa May and hospital campaigners visited Whitehall to meet Health Secretary Andrew Lansley - find out what happened in the BFP.
Plus we have news on Hazlemere actor James Corden scooping a prestigious Tony Award, the Prime Minister leaving his child alone at a Cadsden pub and a row between Wycombe streets over a jubilee party.
The Wycombe Wanderers Supporters Trust - set to take over the League Two club - explains why it decided to axe the successful youth academy.
And your bumper sport section also has news on Wasps’ star Christian Wade’s international heroics and a round-up of all the cricket action.
Readers can also win tickets to see Yes, Prime Minister at Trafalgar Studios – all this, and more, is in your Bucks Free Press which is out today, priced 60p.