It is easy it forget that so much of our economy operates within community bodies that are not businesses, and that the outgoing Michael Gove seemed to have formed the view that our youngsters only learn when at school, the truth is that so much growth and development of our young people takes place elsewhere.
Plans to radically change Friars Square Shopping Centre’s entrance in Market Square have been revealed.
It’s been a busy news week for the economy.
A family garage business devastated by a fire is celebrating after reopening a year since the blaze.
At the Livestock Event in Birmingham, NFU president Meurig Raymond and Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Farming, Food and Marine Environment George Eustice, both spoke about the beef summit that had been held in London the day before.
You can be forgiven for not yet knowing what the Local Enterprise Partnership for Bucks is all about.
A boardgame created by an Aylesbury inventor has been presented to Prime Minister David Cameron – who said he looked forward to playing it with his children.
If you see police cars in Haddenham today, don’t worry – they are just filming for a TV drama!
A one minute rev off involving over 200 cars was the highlight of the day at the opening of a motor racing team’s workshop.
A Conservative member of the House of Lords has visited Bucks to learn about the close relationship between business and the environment.
If ever there was a time where a clear and unequivocally powerful link between sport and the economy didn’t exist, it has long since disappeared into a bygone era of sepia tones and steam trains.
Recently I had the pleasure to officially open the state-of-the-art Arla dairy in Aylesbury.