Here are five of the biggest stories published this week in Bucks.

Major Bucks A-road WON'T be closed for HS2 works after plans thrown out 

A major Bucks A-road will not be closed over two weekends for HS2 works after the plans were thrown out earlier this week.

Buckinghamshire Council refused to give HS2 contractor Align permission for a full closure of the A413 at Little Missenden, from the Keepers Lane junction to just past Pipers Wood Lane between April 16 and 19, and from April 23-26.

Mystery mobile home with furniture still inside left in Little Chalfont

LOCALS reacted to a mobile home that was seemingly left on the side of the road earlier this week. 

A caravan left busted and tilted on its side on Latimer Bottom in Little Chalfont prompted different responses from the public, with some saying it is ‘selfish fly-tipping’ and others speculating whether there had been a crash.

Much-loved farmer was 'trampled to death when he climbed into pen housing 17 bulls'

A farmer was trampled to death when he climbed into a pen housing 17 uncastrated bulls, an inquest jury heard earlier this week.

Oliver Bowden, 56, who was described as “the heart and soul of the Hambleden Valley”, suffered fatal multiple injuries, including crushing to the chest and abdomen.

An inquest jury at Beaconsfield heard that Mr Bowden, whose family had farmed the land at Mill End Farm since the 1930s, died in the afternoon of 5 May last year.

Devastated landlady speaks out after 'speeding' car destroys pub's outdoor dining area - a DAY after it reopens

The landlady of a Chesham pub has spoken out after a car careered into the pub destroying part of its newly renovated outdoor space just one day after it reopened.

Pat Miller, who runs The Griffin, in Bellingdon Road, with her husband Steve, told the Bucks Free Press the pair were devastated with the incident, which happened after what has been a “horrible” year for publicans.

New 1,000-place secondary school to open next year