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Bet led to new chairman taking up Wycombe's reigns

Andrew Howard got involved following a wager with his predecessor at Wanderers

World War 1: Crosses in Amersham's Field of Remembrance will be ‘stunning’

The Memorial Gardens in Amersham were ablaze with colour during last year's Amersham in Bloom competition
Hundreds of six-foot high crosses will be unveiled in Amersham on Monday, as a memorial to the millions who died in the First World War.

Get Bucks article sparks wartime evacuee friendship in USA

Two women have struck up a friendship in the USA thanks to a Get Bucks article about a wartime evacuee.

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.

Commuters saddle up for free bike hire in Great Missenden

A new cycle hire centre and cycle hub at the Bicycle Workshop, in Rignall Road, Great Missenden, will offer bikes for hire for the month

Villagers call for new pub and police station in Gerrards Cross

Community pub and new police station top wishlist

World War 1: Send us your stories and photos

Getbucks is looking for photos and stories and memorabilia from The Great War to share with our readers
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

Bet led to new chairman taking up Wycombe's reigns

Andrew Howard got involved following a wager with his predecessor at Wanderers

What are Wycombe Wanderers chances of winning League Two?

Data analysed to see what hopes Chairboys have of lifting trophy in April

Ainsworth hails exciting new Wycombe signings

Wanderers boss delighted with loan captures from Rotherham United

Non-League Football

Final pre-season test for Chesham tomorrow

Leese's men take on Bishop's Stortford ahead of the big kick off, writes John Whitbread

First game together for new-look SYCOB on Saturday

Beaconsfield's entirely new first team squad to take on Binfield, writes John Whitbread

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
View from the police control box towards the Leppings Lane terrace at Hillsborough (picture from Hillsborough Inquests)

Former police officer accused at inquests of witnessing 'the whole Hillsborough lie'

Retired PC Michael Ryan urged to tell the truth

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

Eastbourne Pier fire
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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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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