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Waste collection teams are DVD stars
Waste collection crews from Aylesbury Vale and South Northamptonshire are featured in a new DVD aimed at improving health and safety standards in the waste industry.
Work starts on new Aylesbury public toilets
New public toilets should be open in Aylesbury town centre in just a few weeks.
Super summer holiday activities keep boredom at bay
A summer of fun is guaranteed for children and young people in Aylesbury Vale with a host of holiday events planned, starting from 20 July.
Swine flu update
As more people start to catch swine flu, the government is focusing efforts on treating the people who have the disease rather than trying to contain it.
Motorists urged to put the brakes on car litter
Aylesbury Vale District Council has joined forces with Keep Britain Tidy to put the brakes on littering motorists.
Festival to bring town to life
Aylesbury town centre is set to come alive with the sound of music with the arrival of the annual street festival.
Time running out to help shape Aylesbury Vale
Aylesbury Vale residents are being reminded that they have less than a week left to have their say on plans for the future of land use in the district.
Free swimming for under 8s during London 2012 Open Weekend
Stoke Mandeville Stadium is offering free swimming for the under 8s on Saturday 25 and Sunday 26 July.
Rare bird sighted at Aylesbury Riverside Walk
One of Britain’s rarest birds – the Grasshopper Warbler – has been spotted at a popular riverside walk in Aylesbury Vale.
Some website functions affected this weekend
Some of the functionality on our website will be unavailable on Sunday, 26 July 2009.
Fun-filled play day at Bedgrove Park
Children and young people across Aylesbury are being urged to join in this year’s Play in Park event which takes place at Bedgrove Park on Wednesday 5 August.
Tree surgeon fined almost £4,000 for breaking planning laws
A tree surgeon has been successfully prosecuted by Aylesbury Vale District Council for breaching planning regulations.
Date set for parish council by-election
A by-election will be held in Watermead on Thursday 13 August to vote in two new parish councillors.
Tree planting boost for Aylesbury Vale
Aylesbury Vale District Council is set to undertake a tree planting programme on some of its open spaces.
Play area vandals leave council with £2,000 repair bill
Aylesbury Vale District Council is calling for the public’s help to identify those responsible for causing damage to a local play area.
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