The Queen’s Baton today visited Stoke Mandeville Stadium, Buckinghamshire, as it continued its tour of…
Friday 2nd September 2016 Heritage Flame is lit at Stoke Mandeville …. helping to set…
Mike Penning, Minister for Diabled People visited the Inter Spinal Unit Games and opened the new Stoke Mandeville Way.
The eyes of the world were on Stoke Mandeville as the first-ever Paralympic Heritage Flame was lit in a spectacular ceremony celebrating the Winter Paralympic Games in Sochi.
Chief Executive Martin McElhatton of WheelPower based at Stoke Mandeville Stadium, has some exciting news for the County of buckinghsmahire after the success of the 2012 games.
Journalists from all over the World visited Buckinghamshire to tour around crucial sights and businesses involved in the 2012 Olympics and Paralympics in London.
Rose McGrandle from Milton Keynes is currently training for the Winter Olympics in Sochi 2014… Representing GB in the Skeleton. Richard Carr caught up with her at the University of Bath training.
Milton Keynes 100m Athlete Craig Pickering may have missed London 2012 but aims to be at Sochi 2014… representing GB in the Bobsleigh. Richard Carr caught up with him at the University of Bath training.
Local Olympic Medallist and Games Makers and Torch Bearers have been celebrated today in High Wycombe and Marlow.
Long Jump Gold Medallist Greg Rutherford had his achievement in the Olympics celebrated in his home town on Friday… A bus parade through the town and the unveiling of a special 8.31 metre gold strip in the ground.
Henry Morris pays a visit to Stoke Mandeville Stadium to review all the action from the last eleven days at the Paralympics.
Bucks TV had camera in Stoke Mandeville Stadium, Aylesbury Market Square, were on the Torch Relay Media Truck, and visited Weston Turville and Aston Clinton as the Paralympic Flame started it's journey to the Olympic Park on Tuesday 28th August 2012.