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Council backs ladder safety campaign
Aylesbury Vale District Council is backing a national campaign which gives companies the opportunity to part-exchange broken, damaged or bent ladders for new ones.
Council gets stuck into gum campaign
Not binning chewing gum costs tax payers in Aylesbury Vale thousands of pounds a year to clean up, but a campaign starting this month aims to put a stop to it.
Catalyst show highlights home ownership options
Aspiring homeowners in Aylesbury Vale are being invited to get a free affordability assessment at an event being held by housing group Catalyst.
Register to vote the easy way
Aylesbury Vale District Council has started signing up voters to the electoral register in readiness for the forthcoming General Election, which can be called anytime between now and June 2010.
Aylesbury Vale Community Chest tops the £1 million mark
More than £1 million has now been awarded to voluntary and community organisations through the Aylesbury Vale Community Chest scheme.
Get the measure of home insulation now before winter and save up to £150 a year
The Energy Saving Trust supported by Aylesbury Vale District Council is mailing local residents a letter in September explaining the benefits of installing loft and cavity wall insulation and offering a free, no obligation survey in the home.
Tourism chief gets a taste of Aylesbury Vale
The man responsible for growing tourism in the south east is to sample what Aylesbury Vale has to offer as a tourist destination – in order to help promote the area and its attractions.
Taxi drivers urged to raise their standards
Aylesbury taxi drivers are being urged to raise their standards following a series of spot checks recently.
Get fit for autumn
AVDC is offering the chance for residents to come and get fit for the autumn with weekly sports and leisure sessions in Aylesbury.
Professional performances on Aylesbury Vale's doorstep
Residents living in the rural areas of Aylesbury Vale will be treated to professional theatre on their doorstep this autumn.
Throw yourself into dodgeball
Dodgeball, one of the country’s newest sports, is being brought to Aylesbury College this month.
Park improvements to be unveiled
The green jewel in Aylesbury’s town centre, Vale Park, continues its restoration and renovation.
New website lets you save energy at home
Aylesbury Vale District Council is encouraging residents to check the environmental impact of their own lifestyles on the environment by using an innovative new web-based system.
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