Buckingham a country market town set on hills and mostly in Georgian red brick is situated in the north of the county, approximately 10 miles from the border with Northamptonshire. Although Buckingham was the original county town, this role is today served instead by the much industrialised and suburbanised town of Aylesbury. This category includes sites relating to the town of Buckingham and adjoining villages of Bourton plus the surrounding urban area administered by the Aylesbury Vale District Council.

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Buckingham Conservatives
Introduction, policies, news, events, people and contact details.
Buckingham Liberal Democrats
News, campaigns and contact details.
Buckingham On-Line
Web site for the Buckingham Advertiser group incorporating the Brackley and Towcester Advertiser, Buckingham and Winslow Advertiser and Bicester Review newspapers which cover five towns in the counties of Northamptonshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire.
Buckingham RUFC
The official web site with fixtures, results and news.
Buckingham Town Council
Profile, calendar, committees and news with history and photo gallery.
Churchwell House
Bed and breakfast accommodation, offering air and rail transfers and special day trips, giving details of attractions, in a grade II listed house situated in the heart of the county town.
Guide to Buckingham
Includes societies, history, photos, education and links to the rest of Aylesbury and the Vale.
John Bercow MP
Official site of the MP for Buckingham.
Lee Therapies
Offers reflexology, sports massage and acupuncture. Profile, services and conditions treated.
Well Street Church
Joint Methodist, Baptist and United Reformed church. Offers services, Junior Church, photos, activities, magazine, youth, notices, local churches details and location. In the Buckingham, Bicester and Brackley circuit.
Winslow Hall Opera
Information about and pictures of this opera company.
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