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Community Chest funds equipment for riding therapy
Horse sense has been shown by the Aylesbury Vale Community Chest fund, which has come riding to the rescue of a group offering equine-assisted therapy.
Funding boost for Aylesbury businesses
Two Aylesbury-based firms have been awarded grants from a district-council run initiative to help pay for business development activities.
Draft housing plan made public
Aylesbury Vale District Council has outlined the many challenges that it faces to deal with local housing needs.
Conservation area for Akeley agreed
A new conservation area in Akeley has been given the green light by Aylesbury Vale District Council.
Three year plan to build a better Aylesbury Vale
Aylesbury Vale District Council has set out its main priorities for the next three years.
New council tax rates set
Council tax bills in Aylesbury Vale are set to rise by 4.4 per cent overall from 1 April, a weekly increase of £1.09 per household for a typical Band D property.
Refuse and recycling collections cancelled by strong winds
All refuse and recycling collection rounds have been cancelled today due to Calvert waste site being closed due to high winds.
Man from the council
Theatre in education play for secondary schools
Action to improve air quality
Action is being taken by Aylesbury Vale District Council to manage air quality in Aylesbury.
Extended opening for Aylesbury Civic Centre
Aylesbury Civic Centre will stay open until at least the end of February 2009, Aylesbury Vale District Council has announced.
Council agrees re-think on growth options
Aylesbury Vale District Council’s cabinet is to look again at proposals to build 9,300 homes to the south of Aylesbury.
Innovative ideas to support young people
Aylesbury Vale District Council has pledged to do everything it can to help young people living in the district.
Schoolchildren aim to brighten up shopping centre
Local schoolchildren will be contributing to a countywide art project this week at the Friars Square Shopping Centre in Aylesbury.
Do-it-yourself and recycle this Easter in Buckinghamshire
The Waste Partnership for Buckinghamshire has joined forces with the National recycling campaign to encourage people in Buckinghamshire to recycle their DIY waste this spring.
Aylesbury Vale sets sights on 2012 Games
Aylesbury Vale is off the starting blocks in the race to ensure local residents, businesses and voluntary organisations benefit from the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Fun events to help local charities
Councillor Netta Glover, Chairman of the Council, hopes people will join her at two events to raise money for the Chairman’s charities.
Buckingham Town Council by-election
A by-election for a vacancy on Buckingham Town Council (south ward) will be held on Thursday 27 March.
School kids rave about recycler the rapping robot
Back by popular demand ‘Recycler the rapping robot’ will next week be touring Buckinghamshire schools, teaching children the importance of recycling.
Important changes to parking charges
New national parking rules to make fines fairer are being introduced across the country so that the fine fits the offence.
New way of reporting stray dogs
Aylesbury Vale residents reporting stray dogs from April should contact the district council, rather than the police, under a new law which transfers responsibility to local authorities who have previously shared the work.
Don't miss the bus on free travel scheme
Pensioners in Aylesbury Vale are being urged not to miss the bus on a free country-wide travel scheme.
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