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Family to release doves to mark 10 years since their son was killed

Family of Ben Cargill to mark the 10th anniversary of him being stabbed to death in Lowndes Park in front of hundreds of people

World War 1: Use our widget to search for anyone in your family or your street who died in The Great War

Our unique gadget allows you to search the full records of more than one million casualties of World War One  

Men who died in M40 crash named

Two men who died in a car crash on the M40 earlier this month have been named.

Royal British Legion Club to close

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Beaconsfield's Royal British Legion Club has been dissolved after an emergency meeting

Website encourages people to go 'dogging' in Bucks

Tweets reveal Chalfont St Peter as a destination for the illegal sexual practice - raising concern among locals

Jessica still missing as police renew appeal

Jessica Peters went missing last week (Friday, July 25) and has still not been found according to police

A book has been written about Bucks Second World War spies

A historian's new book examines the valiant spying effort made at a 'very secret' house in Buckinghamshire, which may have saved London from the same fate as Hiroshima. Laura Mowat reports

Facebook friends to get filthy for charity

The OurChesham team will tackle the Hospice of St Francis' new Mud Pack Challenge in October

World War 1: Concert was 'best event' as audience waves flags and sings

A World War 1 commemoration concert had around 500 people singing along and was the ‘best event’ ever seen in the Amersham memorial gardens.
Sheep racing at Odds Farm Park

Look: Farm hopes to find the next Ewe-sain Bolt

Sheep racing is back this summer at Odds Farm Park, in a bid to find their fastest wooly friend

World War 1: Commemoration events in Bucks

A list of all the ceremonies, exhibitions and happenings marking the centenary of World War 1 in the county

Comedy production of Robin Hood comes to Bucks

The Ha Ha! team are back with a brand new comic romp, this time about Robin Hood. Camilla Goodman chats to Nottingham-born lass and well-known comedy icon Su Pollard about the show, playing Maid Marion and why the whole family will enjoy it

Ainsworth hails exciting new Wycombe signings

Wanderers boss delighted with loan captures from Rotherham United

Wycombe close in on Rotherham United duo

Rowe believed to be on his way back to Adams Park, with a Millers team-mate in tow

Wycombe boss eyes former West Ham defender

Driver turns out in friendly win over Wealdstone, along with ex-Stevenage defender Dhillon

Non-League Football

Former Luton and AFC Wimbledon striker signs for Chesham

Mark Nwokeji is back at The Meadow for second spell with the Generals, writes Justin Guthrie

Gore hopes ex-Luton teammate will sign for Chesham

Keeper played in the Football League with Generals trialist Nwokeji

Home openers for Beaconsfield SYCOB and Chalfont St Peter

Central Division duo start their seasons with games at Holloways Park and Mill Meadow
Eastbourne Pier fire

Live: Eastbourne Pier fire - updates as blaze rips through landmark building

Pictures show onlookers watching thick black smoke rising up from the pier and its building

Morning news headlines: Russia sanctions in place, five-a-day facts, tax row, Ebola fears

Russian President Vladimir Putin, second right, looks on as Crimean leaders, Speaker of Crimean legislature Vladimir Konstantinov, second left, Crimean Premier Sergei Aksyonov, left, and Sevastopol mayor Alexei Chalyi, right, sign a treaty for Crimea to join Russia in the Kremlin in Moscow. President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday signed a treaty to incorporate Crimea into Russia, describing the move as the restoration of historic injustice and a necessary response to what he called the Western encroachment on Russia?s vital interests.
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Guests using loo at posh hotel can be seen from street after epic window design blunder

Not-so-private facilities: A young woman is snapped using the toilet at the hotel
Architects missed the fact that passers-by can see patrons using the toilets at the newly opened 25hours Hotel Bikini Berlin

Bucks sailor out to make waves at World Championships

Taylor competing in the 420s after gaining some invaluable experience as the ISAFs

Double victory for Beaconsfield track queen

Croft leaves rivals eating her dust in both 200m and 400m at Hendon

McGuinness embarks on second quest for Commonwealth Games medal

Gerrards Cross bowls member and England have chance to succeed in the fours

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