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Plans for more tree preservation in Aylesbury Vale
Aylesbury Vale District Council has set out new plans to protect and enhance the district’s tree population.
Shape up for the New Year
Aylesbury Vale District Council is helping residents kick-start their fitness plans and stick to their New Year’s resolutions to get fit and healthy.
Refuse and recycling collections hit by ice
The council has announced that all refuse and recycling collections scheduled for today, Tuesday 6 January, have been cancelled due to icy conditions on footpaths and some roads.
Refuse crews back on the road
Aylesbury Vale District Council’s refuse and recycling collection service is getting back on target following disruption to the service this week as a result of the harsh weather which caused difficult conditions for drivers and pedestrians.
Refuse and recycling collections Saturday 10 January
The refuse and recycling collection service scheduled for this Saturday (10 January), is due to go ahead as planned despite a forecast for minus temperatures.
Aylesbury panto helps to raise charity cash
Pantomime goers at Aylesbury Civic Centre who went along over the festive season to see the production of Cinderella certainly dug deep into their pockets for charity.
Housing for key workers
Key workers such as health workers and teachers are being reminded that they can choose from a wide variety of affordable homes for rent in Aylesbury Vale.
Aylesbury Vale’s car parking charges frozen
Aylesbury Vale District Council will once again be freezing car parking charges in the district.
Cabinet proposes lowest council tax increase for a decade
Aylesbury Vale District Council’s cabinet has recommended the district’s lowest council tax increase for 10 years.
Community service for benefit cheat
A benefit cheat who defrauded Aylesbury Vale District Council and the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) of more than £3,000 has been sentenced to 200 hours community service.
Boost for town centre regeneration project
Aylesbury Vale District Council has approved a decision that will see the creation of more affordable housing in the district.
Public art boost for Aylesbury Vale
From the ‘Axis’ in Vale Park to the sculptures along the local cycle network, public art in Aylesbury Vale improves the district’s public spaces and is set to increase.
Glass collection in Aston Clinton
A report in the Bucks Herald (Wednesday, 21 January) giving a date for glass collection in Aston Clinton is incorrect.
Help shape Aylesbury Vale’s new community centre
Residents in Aylesbury Vale are being invited to tell the district council what activities they would like to see offered at a new community facility.
Help reactivate your family
Aylesbury Vale sports groups have come together for a new health fitness initiative called Reactivate Bucks.
Possible disruption to refuse and recycling collections - 2 February
A further spell of cold weather is forecast for the next few days which could disrupt the recycling and refuse collection services.
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