Here are five of the biggest stories that you may have missed on the Bucks Free Press website this week.

Homes in Downley, Flackwell Heath and Lane End are burgled

A handbag and a car were stolen after a spate of burglaries rocked south Bucks at the start of November.

A total of three homes were targetted on the same day by criminals. 

Another home was the subject of an attempted burglarly.

Vernon Kay to leave Buckinghamshire mansion behind for I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here

Earlier this week, it was announced that television star Vernon Kay will be leaving his Bucks mansion behind as he enters this years series of I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here!

As a result of Coronarivus restrictions, the series will not be filmed in the usual location of the Australian jungle and will instead take place in Gwyrch Castle in Wales.

The series starts tonight at 9pm on ITV 1.

Police raid 19 homes and seize drugs, cash and vehicles in major crackdown - 20 arrested

Police officers carried out a series of warrants across Bucks earlier this week in an operation aimed at combatting and disrupting alleged organised crime.

A total of 19 addresses in High Wycombe, Bourne End, Marlow, Flackwell Heath, Farnham Common and Wooburn Green were searched following a year-long investigation into reported organised crime in Bucks.

Another property in Slough was also searched by the officers.

New Frogmoor 'parklet' built and free WiFi in town centre in bid to brighten up High Wycombe

A brand new ‘parklet’ has unveiled in High Wycombe as part of a huge project aimed at brightening up and improving the town centre for a post-Covid world.

A new mini seating area has been installed at Frogmoor, offering a safe and green place for shoppers to relax while in the town centre supporting local businesses.

It has been partly funded by the new High Wycombe Community Board.

Soin Lounge in Denham has licence pulled following illegal activity and Covid breaches

A shisha lounge in Denham has had its licence stripped after a damning investigation found that the premises had violated a series of regulations and laws.

The Soin Lounge, on Oxford Road, had its licence pulled by Buckinghamshire Council after revelations of illegal activities at the premises, as well as major disregard for social distancing guidelines.