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Audit of accounts 2007/8
Each year the council’s accounts are audited and any person interested has the opportunity to inspect and make copies of the accounts and all books, deeds, contracts, bills, vouchers and receipts relating to them.
Council takes steps to reduce carbon footprint
Aylesbury Vale District Council is taking part in a pioneering scheme to help reduce its carbon footprint.
Funding boost for local projects
Community projects across Aylesbury Vale have been given a cash boost from a special funding initiative.
Have your say on post office closures
Aylesbury Vale District Council is inviting residents to give views on the government’s plans to restructure the post office network.
School’s out for summer
A feast of fun lies ahead for children and young people in Aylesbury Vale this summer with a whole host of sports, activities and events to choose from.
Vale Park revamp on track
Aylesbury Vale District Council is pressing ahead with improvement works to Vale Park despite its bid for lottery funding being unsuccessful.
Council services unaffected by strike
We would like to reassure residents that the council’s services will be unaffected by the public services unions’ strike due to take place on 16 and 17 July and we will be open for business as usual.
Town will come alive to the sound of music
Aylesbury town centre will be filled with music from around the world on Saturdays during the summer as the annual street festival returns.
Grants to keep villages vital
Aylesbury Vale District Council is aiming to protect future access to everyday services at the heart of community life with the launch of the Vital Villages grant scheme.
Green light for leisure trust
An innovative approach to help secure inward investment and improve the quality of services at Aylesbury Vale District Council’s leisure centres has moved a step closer to becoming reality.
Council honours unsung heroes
Two unsung heroes from Aylesbury Vale have been rewarded for their outstanding community work.
New theatre reaches major milestone
Construction work at the new £35 million theatre in Aylesbury has reached a significant milestone.
Council has cautious acceptance for South East Plan report
Aylesbury Vale District Council has cautiously welcomed the government’s review of the draft South East Plan.
Green Flag glory for Vale Park
Vale Park in Aylesbury has scooped a prestigious Green Flag Award for the very first time.
Play Day fun for all
Children and young people will be enjoying a wide range of fun activities when Aylesbury celebrates National Play Day in Vale Park on 6 August.
Summer playscheme places still available
Aylesbury Vale District Council still has places available on its summer playschemes, which are once again packed with activities to keep children and young people entertained during the school holidays.
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