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New car park opens
Aylesbury’s new multi-storey car park is now open to the public.
Fun day for the family at Vale Park
Aylesbury Vale District Council is hosting an exciting fun day in Vale Park on Sunday 7 September.
Trustees sought for new leisure trust
The search is on to find local residents who are willing to take an active role in the strategic management and development of Aylesbury Vale’s sport and leisure facilities.
Looking for a home to buy?
A £300 million government scheme will help up to 10,000 first time buyers into affordable homeownership over the next two years.
Theatre in the Villages
Rural communities in Aylesbury Vale can enjoy professional arts on their doorsteps, thanks to a special tour coming to the district.
Council provides fundraising know-how
An exciting training programme for voluntary and community groups in Aylesbury Vale starts this month.
Lessons on how to look good
Women wanting expert advice on how to develop a great look by wearing the right colours and the right styles are invited to attend a special charity event in Aylesbury next month.
Chairman's cash for local charity
Local charity Friends of Bierton Hill received a boost to its funds recently when the Chairman of AVDC, Councillor Netta Glover, presented them with a cheque for £2,500.
New Haddenham conservation area boundaries approved
A number of boundary changes to the Haddenham conservation area have been approved by Aylesbury Vale District Council.
Have your say on conservation area
Residents are getting the chance to discuss their views for preserving and enhancing Long Crendon’s historic character.
Christmas parking concession ends
AVDC has announced that it will not be offering free parking in Aylesbury in the run up to Christmas this year.
Council urges return of electoral registration forms
Residents of Aylesbury Vale are being urged to return their electoral registration forms – and help save the district council money.
Community set to clean up in Coldharbour
People in Coldharbour are being encouraged to get involved in a ‘community action day’ on 27 September to help clean up litter and graffiti hotspots.
Services for young people praised
Services for young people in Aylesbury Vale have been praised by a leading local government review team.
Award double success for AVDC
Aylesbury Vale District Council has scooped two awards for being a good employer.
Free electric blanket testing
Aylesbury Vale residents are to be offered free electric blanket tests to ensure they sleep safe and sound this winter.
Free swimming plan for the over 60s
Aylesbury Vale District Council has applied for government funding to offer free swimming in the district for people over the age of 60.
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