Saturday 13th July will see the fourth Gemstone Midnight Walk in aid of Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity, and with your help the Charity hopes to reach its £250,000 target – money raised since the event started in 2010. ...more
This event is intended to provide organisations with information, advice and guidance on two exciting opportunities – Sport England’s Protecting Playing Fields national funding programme and Fields in Trust’s Queen Elizabeth II Fields Challenge. ...more
Squash star and local resident Sue Wright is supporting the Waddesdon Sport Relief Mile. The Commonwealth Gold Medallist, who has been appointed an Ambassador for the London 2012 Olympic Legacy Programme Sportmakers, is set to do the official race warm up and start the race on Sunday 25th March 2012. ...more
This week marks National Falls Awareness week. As we grow older we all experience a reduction in strength, balance and speed of reaction which may turn a slip, trip or stumble into a fall. Be proactive and choose exercises and activities which challenge your balance each week. ...more
A new Partnership has been established to deliver a permanent London 2012 Legacy in Buckinghamshire. The Partnership has been established to build upon the momentum of the successful pre-games programme that helped the county to host the most popular of all Olympic and Paralympic venues and welcome home the Paralympic Games to their birthplace at Stoke Mandeville.
It was 25 years ago today that the last Paralympic Games to be held on British soil were hosted at Stoke Mandeville, the Buckinghamshire venue stepped in to host the games after the initial venue, Champagne, Illinois pulled out less than four months ahead of the games. ...more