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Wetherspoons plans to reopen pubs in Aylesbury and Milton Keynes

Weatherspoons has confirmed which of its Bucks pubs will open their beer gardens from April 12.
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Five Guys High Wycombe confirm opening date

American burger chain Five Guys have confirmed that their High Wycombe branch will open their doors on March 15.
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Man charged with attempted robbery at a McDonald's in Wycombe

A 32-year-old man has been charged following an attempted robbery at a Mcdonald's in High Wycombe.
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ITV confirm Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Oprah interview time in the UK

The two-hour primetime special will air on Sunday, March 7 from 9:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT on the CBS Television Network in the U.S.
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Ryanair to slash flight prices for the next 12 months

The budget airline is hopeful it can fly 60-70 per cent of normal traffic volumes this summer.
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Contactless payment limit going up to £100

Mr Sunak is expected to start his speech at around 12.30pm today, immediately after Prime Minister’s Questions.
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Budget 2021: what Rishi Sunak is likely to say today

Here’s everything you need to know about this year’s spring Budget, including what could be announced.
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Five unsolved murders that happened in Buckinghamshire

Across Bucks, there are murders that have never been solved and people who have never been found.
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Bucks restaurants you need to try once they reopen

The hospitality sector is due to open for outdoor use on April 12 before opening up indoors on May 17.
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High Wycombe tips: Residents react to increased fly-tipping

High Wycombe residents have reacted to the news that on average fly-tipped waste is discovered three times a day.
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Bucks' best Italian restaurants according to Trip Advisor

After looking at the best and restaurants in Bucks, it only seemed right that we had a look at the best Indian establishments according to Trip Advisor.
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Bucks named in top ten healthiest places in England

Buckinghamshire has been named in the top ten healthiest places in England according to the first official national health index.
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COVID-19: 98 out of 99 Bucks areas have recorded coronavirus deaths

The latest figures show 98 of the 99 areas that Bucks is broken down into have recorded at least one coronavirus death since the start of the pandemic.
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High Wycombe: Fly-tipped waste discovered three times a day

Fly-tipped waste is discovered in three times a day on average, figures reveal.
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Who was jailed for crimes in Bucks in February 2021?

Here is a list of people who were jailed for crimes related to Buckinghamshire in February.
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Rail passengers face another price hike on train tickets

Bruce Williamson, of pressure group Railfuture, described the increase as “the usual annual punishment for rail passengers, just slightly delayed”.
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Royal Mail trial new uniform for first time in over a decade

The new-look uniform will be the first change in over a decade and is intended to better reflect the modern-day role of Royal Mail staff.
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Meteor spotted flying over Milton Keynes' skies

A meteor was seen flying across Buckinghamshire over the weekend.
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How to claim a McDonald's triple cheeseburger for just 99p

Three patties topped with slices of melted cheese, pickles, onions, ketchup and mustard, all sandwiched between a soft, toasted bun for just 99p.
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How Covid-19 is causing long waits for eating disorder treatment

Long waits for eating disorders treatment during the ongoing pandemic are putting lives at risk.
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People reported missing in Wycombe are found 'safe and well'

Several ‘vulnerable’ people who were reported missing in the High Wycombe area have been found, thanks to the hard work of Thames Valley Police.
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A tale of two furniture factories in High Wycombe (part 2)

This article was researched and written by Simon Cains for the Woodlanders’ Lives and Landscapes project, a partnership between Bucks New University and the Chilterns Conservation Board.
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Steve Baker is ‘hopeful for economy to recover post-pandemic’

Wycombe MP Steve Baker writes to Bucks Free Press readers:
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Mobile coronavirus test centres in Bucks in the next week

Here is the latest update on mobile coronavirus testing centres in Buckinghamshire over the coming week
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Bucks' best Chinese restaurants according to Trip Advisor

It’s Friday night and the weekend is upon us.
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Henley's Stonor Park to appear on Antiques Roadshow

One of the country’s oldest landmarks situated just outside Buckinghamshire will appear on Antiques Roadshow this weekend.
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Bucks' best Indian restaurants according to Trip Advisor

With the country on the verge of freedom from the coronavirus pandemic, people all across the UK are now making plans for the summer.
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New Covid rapid testing sites open in Bucks

More rapid testing sites have opened in this week as Amersham and Buckingham are the latest places to have sites.
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English secondary schools could run summer schools

The Prime Minister has said £400million will be set aside for schools, on top of the £300million cash injection in January.
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Over a third of Universal Credit claims made since March 2020

New figures show 39 per cent of the 11.4 million claims made since Universal Credit was introduced in April 2013 were made since start the of the pandemic.
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Jonathan Van-Tam's on vaccine concerns for women

Prof Van-Tam branded rumours, particularly surrounding infertility, as “nonsense” in a characteristic straightforward response.
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Dunelm in Wycombe aim to help the homeless with new campaign

A homeware store in High Wycombe are helping the homeless as the country continues to fight against the pandemic.
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High Wycombe: Man arrested after stabbing at Chilterns Shopping Centre

An investigation has been launched following a stabbing at a High Wycombe shopping centre.
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Bucks weather: Sunny spells as temperatures reach double figures

Bucks temperatures have soared as parts of the county have reached temperatures of double-figures a week after snow hits.
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Bucks coronavirus mobile testing sites are up and running

A number of coronavirus mobile testing sites are up and running across Bucks and will continue over the half-term week.
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Buckinghamshire's beautiful blossoms are to be celebrated

After the success of #BlossomWatch in 2020, when thousands captured and shared images of trees in bloom across social media, the National Trust is inviting people to celebrate blossom season in Buckinghamshire once again.
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Loudwater Baptist Church closed eight years ago

A historic church which served Loudwater since the 1800s closed eight years ago after its congregation was reduced to just two members.
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Car seized in Wycombe after driver is caught with no insurance

A car in High Wycombe has been seized after it was caught by police officers.
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Professor David Wilson on the rise of homeless murders

A criminologist professor has warned hundreds of police officers of the rising concerns over homeless people being victims of murder.
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High Wycombe football club opens up about the Covid-19 pandemic

A local football club has spoken out on the struggles the coronavirus pandemic has caused the club and its players.
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Car seized in High Wycombe after driver 'failed to stop'

A car has been seized in Wycombe after the driver was allegedly stopped for several driving offences.
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High Wycombe man charged with Amersham Hill burglary

A 46-year-old man has been charged with burglary in High Wycombe.
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Man arrested in High Wycombe for driving and drug crimes

A man has been arrested for several offences that happened in High Wycombe.
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Universal Credit is increasing in April - but by how much?

The rise in benefits will increase the revenue of millions of low-income households.
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New Covid-19 symptoms revealed -what to look out for

More than one million people were subject to swab tests and questionnaires as part of Imperial College London’s REACT study.
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Boris Johnson press conference - 5 things he could say

Chief scientific adviser Sir Patrick Vallance will join Boris Johnson at the Downing Street press conference at 5pm, No 10 has said.
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Burger Daddy opens in Marlow after High Wycombe success

Marlow residents now have a new place to get their burger fix as a popular High Wycombe restaurant has branched out.
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Arrest made as a knuckle duster is seized in High Wycombe

A person has been arrested after a ‘dangerous weapon’ was seized in High Wycombe.
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The best Valentine's Day takeaway in Bucks

This year Valentine's day will be a bit different as no restaurants will be open but there is still time to order a meal in.
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