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Campaign launched following 90 diabetes-related amputations in Chiltern

A nationwide survey of 1,986 people suggests that just 43 per cent of people are aware that diabetes can cause foot ulcers or amputations.

Young entrepreneur held a Christmas fair for charity

Gemma Sisson of Marsham Way, Gerrards Cross, who runs The Kitchen Mixer held the fair along with nine other stall holders.

'Overwhelming' response to Chesham Toy Bank appeal

The toy bank was set up because there are about 500 children in Chesham who may not receive a present this Christmas because they are living below the poverty line.

Campaigners call on council to stop road turning into a 'lake'

The dip, in Hivings Hill, at the bottom of Belmont Road, has been flooded so many times recently that councillor for the area Alan Bacon decided it was time to investigate the situation

Santa Claus is coming to town - tomorrow night

Last week Father Christmas was seen being put through his paces by staff at Chesham Leisure Centre, in White Hill, ahead of tomorrow night’s Christmas in Chesham.

Campaign launched following 90 diabetes-related amputations in Chiltern

A nationwide survey of 1,986 people suggests that just 43 per cent of people are aware that diabetes can cause foot ulcers or amputations.

Young entrepreneur held a Christmas fair for charity

Gemma Sisson of Marsham Way, Gerrards Cross, who runs The Kitchen Mixer held the fair along with nine other stall holders.

'Overwhelming' response to Chesham Toy Bank appeal

The toy bank was set up because there are about 500 children in Chesham who may not receive a present this Christmas because they are living below the poverty line.

Saints striker reveals his Conference ambitions

Former Hayes & Yeading man wants to prove himself at a higher level

Double departure is a blow for Beaconsfield

Two defenders leave in the same week, leaving manager with a headache

Amersham & Chiltern boss remains positive

Seven defeats in a row, but Williams insists there are good signs

Purse penalty reminds him of one for Birmingham against Liverpool in League Cup Final

This one was for Chesham against Chalfont - but defender just as pumped

A day to remember for Queen's Head's FC

Chesham pub side play in FA Sunday Cup at Chesham United's ground

Chesham knock Chalfont out of cup on penalties

No upset at Mill Meadow as Generals take bragging rights against Saints

Fancy yourself as a Steven Spielberg? Pinewood Studios want to hear from you

Budding filmmakers are in luck thanks to a new course starting at Pinewood Studios.

From the archives: Buckinghamshire Country Council turns 125

The BCC is celebrating its 125th anniversary. Much has changed in that century and a quarter, as these photos from the Council's archive show

Top folk singer coming to High Wycombe

BBC Radio 2 Folk Singer of the Year Bella Hardy will be performing at the Wycombe Swan next month

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

Look: Shoppers raise cash for charity at Chesham Christmas event

Look: Muddy muckers get down and dirty for charity at Green Park

Remembrance Day photo-gallery: Impressive Chesham march through the town centre

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