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HSBC in Chesham affected by branch closures
The branch is one of 62 branches announced to close by the end of 2017
HSBC in Gerrards Cross is to close
The company announced the news today and it comes as part of wider announcement to close 62 branches by the end of the year
Knife wielding man robs Hedgerley Post Office
Police are appealing for witnesses to come foward
BONFIRE NIGHT: Where to catch the best fireworks displays in Buckinghamshire
Remember, remember the fifth of November!
Missing Type campaign calls for blood donors of the future in Buckinghamshire
NHS Blood and Transplant is leading a campaign for new blood donors in Bucks to ensure blood donation for future generations.
Britain in Bloom judges go on a tour of Amersham
Judges went along to Amersham on Tuesday, August 6 to score the town for the national competition Britain in Bloom.
HSBC in Chalfont St Peter is to close
The village branch will be closing in October but the bank has confirmed the Gerrards Cross bank will not be closing
Beaconsfield care home staff to reach for the sky in charity plunge
Managing director Amanda Scott and head of food and nutrition Sophie Murray are hoping to raise £5,000 for charity
Photo gallery: Amersham is looking blooming beautiful ahead of RHS judges' visit
For the first time ever, following two consecutive Gold awards, Amersham in Bloom has been invited to enter the national Britain in Bloom competition.
Great Missenden Post Office is on the move with approval given for extended hours
The Post Office, moving to Station Approach, will now open on Sundays and feature lunchtime closing
Post Offices on the move in Iver and Denham
New locations and longer opening hours promised as part of the Post Office network’s major modernisation programme
'I feared the worst when armed duo attacked me', says robbery victim
Harvinder Virdee, manager of the Richings Park Post Office, Iver, has spoken out after two men robbed his shop on Wednesday afternoon
Armed duo rob Iver Post Office
Staff members were threatened and a till, including contents, was stolen
Thieves steal village post box
The Royal Mail Post Box was stolen from Cholesbury Common, in Cholesbury Lane, by the cricket club last week.
Chiltern District Council
Over 30 shops in Little Chalfont to take part in Small Business Saturday
A record number of shops and businesses will be taking part in this year's Small Business Saturday event
Chiltern District Council
This week's planning applications for Chiltern
Find out what could be built near you.
It's Bonfire night - roundup of best places to see fireworks in Buckinghamshire
There is going to be plenty of big bangs in Bucks as Bonfire Night looms. Here we list all the fireworks venues near you.
Chesham Post Office move to bigger location delayed by a month
Chesham Post Office's move to a new bigger site has been delayed by a month.
Extended opening hours at new Beaconsfield Post Office
New site in Mayflower Way will be open an extra 32.5 hours per week
Stamp of approval given for Sunday opening and extended hours at Prestwood Post Office
Prestwood Post Office is being modernised and will open for an extra 28 hours a week, including Sundays, from October 22.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens - new stamps mark expertise of Pinewood Studios
Royal Mail stamps will be issued next month to mark the latest film Star Wars: The Force Awakens
Nearly all mail was delivered on time, Royal Mail say
The figures were released in their latest Quality of Service report which covered March 30 to June 28 2015
Inquest into death of man who worked in Gerrards Cross for ten years postponed
Peter Ginn died earlier this year after a bike he was riding crashed into a car near Denham
Bucks holocaust hero Sir Nicholas Winton honoured with Royal Mail stamp
A successful campaign of over 105 000 people has led war hero Sir Nicholas Winton to be honoured with Royal Mail stamps.