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New way of allocating council and housing association homes moves a step closer
A major change in the way district councils and housing associations in Buckinghamshire let their homes has moved one step closer to reality.
Canvassers out in Aylesbury Vale to complete electoral roll
With European and county council elections planned for 2009, AVDC is urging residents to make sure they return their electoral registration forms so that they don’t forfeit their right to vote.
Two companies fined over health and safety
Two companies have been fined a total of £46,000 after an industrial refrigerator weighing more than 200kg fell onto an Aylesbury man.
New youth facilities for Oakfield
Young people in the Oakfield area of Aylesbury can now benefit from new sport and play facilities.
Quality counts at Jonathan Page Play Centre
A play centre which offers activities to children within Aylesbury has picked up a top quality assurance award.
Applications sought for leisure trustee positions
Applications are being invited from local people eager to become trustees for the Aylesbury Vale Leisure Trust.
Bulbs to set the district ablaze with colour
More than a hundred thousand colourful bulbs are being planted across Aylesbury Vale this month.
Flood alleviation scheme rejected
Plans for a flood alleviation scheme for Buckingham have been rejected by the Environment Agency.
Political speed dating for young people
Young people in Aylesbury Vale are being given the chance to quiz local politicians.
Online booking for school holiday activities
It’s now even easier to book a place on any of the exciting autumn half-term holiday activities being run by Aylesbury Vale District Council.
First audience for new theatre
Although it’ll be around another year before the new Aylesbury Waterside Theatre is completed, its first audience is ready and waiting – on the hoardings around the building site.
Fireworks are a traditional part of enjoying celebrations such as Bonfire Night or New Year but they are the cause of many hundreds of serious accidents every year - it should be remembered that they are dangerous explosives.
Aylesbury HomeBuy show
Aylesbury residents who are looking to get onto the property ladder are invited to attend Catalyst Housing Group’s HomeBuy Show on Saturday 8 November at the Civic Centre.
Have fun but be safe over Halloween
The Aylesbury Vale Community Safety Partnership is appealing to young people and parents to help make this year’s Halloween festivities as safe and peaceful as possible.
Have your say on the Aylesbury growth options
Aylesbury Vale District Council’s consultation about the direction of growth at Aylesbury is now open.
Cheaper fees to help home movers
Aylesbury Vale District Council is making it easier for homeowners to sell their property.
New football league kicks off for youngsters
Aylesbury Vale youngsters are being given the chance to join a new youth football league.
Community projects awarded grants
Community groups in Aylesbury Vale have benefited from a share of nearly £30,000 in grant money.
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