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Ooh la la! French market on its way to Gerrards Cross

Market to come to village for first time this month

Operation Bullfinch: Sexual exploitation could have been identified earlier

An independent review has found that child sexual exploitation could have been identified earlier and errors were made

Delight as well-used pothole-riddled path resurfaced

The Backs in Chesham, a well-used footpath that runs from Waterside to Chesham Underground Station, has finally been resurfaced following the campaigning of two councillors who had been contacted by many users who had fallen or tripped due to its uneven surface.

Library hours could be cut in budget cuts

Hours could be slashed after the county council cut back the budget for the service

Election 2015: Chesham and Amersham have one of the highest number of first time voters

Counting votes
Only five other constituencies in England and Wales have more 'first timers' turning 18 and able to vote for the 2015 General Election

Ooh la la! French market on its way to Gerrards Cross

Market to come to village for first time this month

Operation Bullfinch: Sexual exploitation could have been identified earlier

An independent review has found that child sexual exploitation could have been identified earlier and errors were made

Delight as well-used pothole-riddled path resurfaced

The Backs in Chesham, a well-used footpath that runs from Waterside to Chesham Underground Station, has finally been resurfaced following the campaigning of two councillors who had been contacted by many users who had fallen or tripped due to its uneven surface.

Video: Did Matt McClure deserve red card at Tranmere?

Re-live the moment the Wycombe Wanderers striker was sent off at Prenton Park

Tranmere 1-2 Wycombe Wanderers: Rate the Chairboys

Your say on how Gareth Ainsworth's Blues secured victory at Prenton Park

Backing for 60-second red card Wycombe sub

Ainsworth defends McClure after striker is sent off after barely a minute

Chesham United manager warns his players

Seven goals scored, but Generals must learn from the two they conceded, writes Sean Davies

Chesham in seventh heaven as Weymouth are sunk

Title-chasers are dealt a sound thrashing at The Meadow, writes Sean Davies

Oxford United loanee could make Chesham bow

Defensive headache at The Meadow may mean Cundy is pitched straight in

Young Bucks chess players put their skills to the test

About 40 budding chess players pitted their wits against each other at a contest organised by the Bucks Youth Chess association

Spring is in the air - with Snowdrops

Check out our photo-gallery of the recent Snowdrop Walk at Stoke Poges Memorial Garden.

Voice of South Bucks winner will play at French festival

Semi-finalists at The Voice of South Bucks, Madison Doey, winner Hannah Walters (with cup), landlady Tina Massie, reporter Jo-Anne Rowney (centre), Ollie Atkins, Russell Grant, Russell Smith and Alex Riddell
The winner of the singing contest will play at the Langres Music Festival as part of their prize this year

Chesham

Chesham is renowned for its community spirit and is historically linked with beer, boots, brushes and Baptists. The villages of Chartidge, Bellingdon, Asheridge, Ashley Green, Ley Hill, Hawridge, Cholesbury and Bellingdon surround the town.

Videos & Photos

Boys find way to enrich their lives

Painters 'should have gone to Specsavers' - Facebook fury over Chesham roadworks

People had a flipping good Pancake Day in Chesham

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Jack Abell
Reporter (Gerrards Cross, Denham and Iver)
Camilla Goodman
Reporter (Chesham and surrounding villages)
Laura Mowat
Reporter (Amersham, Little Chalfont)
Tom Herbert
Reporter (Chalfont St Peter, Chalfont St Giles, Great Missenden and Prestwood)
Jo-Anne Rowney
Reporter (Beaconsfield, Stoke Poges, Seer Green and Jordans, Hedgerley, Fulmer and Farnham Common)
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