Come along to our Spring Green Fair located at the Cattle Pens in Buckingham town centre on Sunday 24th April 2022 from 10am – 2pm.
Sustainable products, food waste experts, fun activities, live music from Harvey Fowler & Mark Edwards and Pete Thirlby, giant deck chair, free wildflower seeds, face painter Becki Pontefract and more!
Fully Charged Silverstone (electric bikes)
Bucks Electric Vehicles
Community Energy Bucks
Berks Bucks & Oxon Wildlife Trust
Bee-utiful Buckingham Town Council stall
Buckingham Swift Town
Upper Thames Branch of Butterfly Conservation
Men in Sheds
Finca El Monte
Buckingham Fairtrade Association
Buckingham Town Council Climate Emergency
Natalie Jane Candles
Adrian Bernet willow sculptures
Buckingham Canal Society
Really Awesome Coffee
The Spring edition of the Buckingham Town Matters newsletter is now out for delivery and will be with residents soon. This edition includes articles on the Annual Town Meeting, Trade at Town Council Events, Holocaust Memorial Day, Tackling Loneliness, Buckingham Town 2022 – 2023 Precept and The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
If you prefer to listen to your local updates, try our audio version. This edition is read by Buckingham Town Councillor, Ade Osibogun.
We hope you enjoy it and make sure to keep an eye out for updates on the next edition; Summer 2022.
This Sunday 20th March 2022 is the Spring Equinox. The Spring Equinox marks the beginning of spring and from this day forward the day is longer than the night which means extra daylight. After the cold and gloomy winter, springs warmer weather puts a smile on everyone’s face. There are many reasons to enjoy spring including, brighter days, colourful flowers, green trees, birds return, bees and butterflies reappear, the list could go on and on!
Spring is the perfect season because it’s not too cold and not too hot to get outdoors and enjoy the fresh air. With this in mind, we have put together a Spring Spotter Sheet for young children to enjoy while on their walks. Buckingham has some lovely walks, for more information, visit our Walks and Maps page. Here you can download pdf copies of local walks and maps to help you explore beautiful Buckingham. Don’t forget to check out Buckingham’s Community Heritage app Buxplore.
We would love to see some photos of you out and about completing the Spring Spotter Sheet. Please send your photos to us via private message on Facebook, or tag us on your post using #SpringSpotter @BuckinghamTC and don’t forget to tell us what you thought to be entered into a prize draw to win a reusable water bottle. We will do our best to share as many of your photos as possible. Happy hunting!