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Walk your way to good health
Residents in Aylesbury Vale who are looking to get back into shape after Christmas are invited to take part in a series of free health walks.
The ‘Heart and Sole’ health walks, organised by AVDC, take place in and around Aylesbury, Ha...
Half a million pound cash boost for local groups
Dozens of community and voluntary groups across Aylesbury Vale are set to receive more than half a million pounds in council funding.
Aylesbury Vale District Council has approved Service Level Agreement grants worth a total of over £540,000...
Postal voting made more secure
Aylesbury Vale District Council is advising local residents of new regulations to make postal and absent voting more secure at elections.
A change in the law that came into force this month means that people wanting to vote by post must supply a ...
Buckingham Centre opens
AVDC and Buckinghamshire County Council have joined forces to improve their customer service.
The Buckingham Centre in Verney Close opened its doors on January 9 2007. It offers a more efficient, cost-effective and customer-focused service.
Council agrees office move
Plans to relocate AVDC’s Exchange Street and Friars Square offices onto one site in Aylesbury have taken a step closer to reality.
At a meeting of the district council’s cabinet this week, members gave the go-ahead for staff from the ...
Community Chest fund to unlock 5 million pounds for local projects
Dozens of local groups in Aylesbury Vale could benefit from a new £5 million grant scheme to help make their project ideas become reality.
At a meeting of Aylesbury Vale District Council’s cabinet this week, members agreed the arrange...
Funding fair offers advice for local groups
Voluntary and community groups are being invited to meet a range of different organisations that are able to give grants for local projects at a funding fair to be held in Aylesbury Vale.
Volunteers working on community projects or running sports...
Cabinet proposes council tax rise of 10p a week
Council tax payers face an average increase of 10 pence per week for Aylesbury Vale District Council services in the coming year, it was announced this week.
Members of the council’s cabinet recommended a budget which will result in a 4.4 p...
Refuse collections delayed by snow
Many refuse collection rounds have been severely affected by the weather conditions this morning. The area between Winslow and Buckingham and villages to the west of the district are most affected. Refuse collection staff are working hard to colle...
AVDC decides pathfinder council the way forward
AVDC’s full council has agreed that it will work closer together with the other councils in Buckinghamshire to deliver more joined up services and achieve efficiencies and savings.
The decision supported the motion that all the Buckinghamsh...
Queen's Head claims village pub crown
The Queen’s Head in Wing has been crowned the overall winner in Aylesbury Vale’s Village Pub of the Year competition.
The popular pub, located on Wing High Street, beat off strong competition to scoop the top prize in the eighth annua...
Pathfinder bid for Buckinghamshire
Buckinghamshire’s five councils could soon be working more closely together to become a state-of-the-art ‘Pathfinder’ partnership, delivering services to the county’s residents in “innovative and creative” ways,...
Council asks for residents views on Nash Conservation Areas
Aylesbury Vale District Council is seeking residents’ views on proposed changes to the Conservation Areas in Nash.
The council has produced a draft appraisal of the character, appearance and setting of the Conservation Areas that it propose...
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