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Dance fever hits Aylesbury
Dozens of young people from across Buckinghamshire will be taking to the stage at Aylesbury Civic Centre this weekend (6 April) for Activate 2008.
Council welcomes decision to reject eco-town bids
Aylesbury Vale District Council has welcomed the government’s decision to reject bids to build ‘eco-towns’ in the district.
Dance festival is a big hit
Enthusiastic young dancers took to the stage last weekend (Sunday 6 April) for a dance extravaganza in front of a sell-out audience.
New look for council's website
Aylesbury Vale District Council has unveiled its new-look website – giving residents and businesses greater access to information and services.
No local elections in Aylesbury Vale this year
Residents of Aylesbury Vale are advised that there are no elections scheduled for the district council on 1 May.
Council considers options for future growth
Aylesbury Vale District Council has moved a step closer to determining the future direction of Aylesbury’s growth.
Grants for the arts
Local artists and organisations who would like a cash injection to pay for an arts project, event or piece of equipment are being invited to apply for grant funding.
Housing and town centre regeneration projects to take priority
Aylesbury Vale District Council has agreed that major schemes which provide new facilities and new jobs in Aylesbury town centre, together with affordable housing across the district, will be given priority in its capital programme.
AVDC agrees Warner Estate’s updated Waterside shopping proposal
Aylesbury Vale District Council has resolved to pursue Warner Estate’s revised proposals for Waterside Shopping.
Voluntary and community groups benefit from grants windfall
Voluntary and community groups in Aylesbury Vale are to benefit from grants totalling almost £590,000.
New moves to tackle alcohol-related anti-social behaviour
Residents and businesses in Aylesbury and Buckingham are being invited to give their views on the issue of alcohol-related anti-social behaviour.
Have a say in Aylesbury Vale’s creative future
Aylesbury Vale District Council is asking for feedback on a consultation about public art and its place in the district.
Dance your way to fitness
Aylesbury Vale District Council is inviting local people to get fit for the summer by joining one of the dance classes on offer in Aylesbury.
Springwatch comes to Aylesbury
Aylesbury is set to host its very own Springwatch event.
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