Moorcrofts LLP of Marlow organised for a team from their staff to participate in the Marlow 7 mile run, included in the team were Helen Matthews seen here on the right, or is it the left, with her twin sister Julie.
Medical Detection Dogs (MDD), based in Great Horwood, are a ground breaking charity that trains dogs to sniff out various cancers in human urine samples providing an early warning to the onset of the disease.
Tuesday 31st of October saw the finale of the United Grand Lodge tercentenary celebrations with a magnificent show at the Royal Albert Hall, London. A capacity audience of over 4,100 invited guests were able to watch this spectacular performance first hand, but now so can you.
The evening of the 14th of October started out similar to many Buckinghamshire autumnal meetings. The Brethren came to Marlow to join in Bourne End 7943's annual installation meeting, and the brethren arrived, and arrived, and kept on arriving!
The Little Horwood Memorial Hall Committee recently decided to replace their old substandard floor which had suffered problems with damp.
Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon Miss Asifa Shaikh recently received a donation of £2,500, on behalf of Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust, towards research into the effects and treatment of Glaucoma.
The sun has arrived as we sit here amongst a host of vintage cars, bikes and some very odd vehicles including a road legal double bed! The BucksPGL Events team have had a fantastic weekend talking to many of the thousands of visitors who have come again this year to enjoy this great event.
The ever popular way to a mason's heart, besides their love of craft is with a good pint, a great meal and scintilating conversation.
The Province of Buckinghamshire can rightly boast a number of Classes of Masonic Instruction serving the South, Centre and North of the Province. Of these, the oldest, arguably by many years, is the Manor Class of Masonic Instruction based in Bletchley, Milton Keynes.
Buckinghamshire Freemasons were recently delighted to award the Adult Learning Foundation (ALF) at Longridge on the Thames more than £3,500 towards climbing equipment for their climbing and high ropes facilities.