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Two Aylesbury women have been sentenced for benefit fraud by Aylesbury Magistrates’ Court. The women were taken to court by Aylesbury Vale District Council and the Department for Work and Pensions.


There’s an activity out there for everyone: whether you want to take part in an activity with friends or feel the burn, there’s something for you!


Residents in Buckingham are set to benefit from an investment of more than £500,000 to provide 100 homes in the town with their own standalone flood defences.


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Exciting new proposals to regenerate a key site within Aylesbury town centre are set to be considered by AVDC.


Work to bring a new long stay car park to Buckingham has started this week.


The free swimming initiative for the over-60s at Aylesbury Vale’s council-owned pools will come to an end at close of sessions on Saturday 31 July.


Aylesbury Vale District Council’s area office in Winslow is set to become part of the town’s library from next month.


A statement from Councillor Carole Paternoster, Cabinet Member for Strategic Planning, on future housing growth in Aylesbury Vale


From 23 to 25 July a series of fun activities will be taking place in Aylesbury town centre for residents and visitors of all ages.


Parents looking for fun and stimulating activities for their children over the summer are to be given a helping hand thanks to a new holiday activities programme from Aylesbury Vale District Council.


Children and young people in Aylesbury will be celebrating National Play Day on Wednesday 4 August.


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Aylesbury Vale District Council has said that a major plan about where future developments should be located in the district should be put on hold.


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Two of Aylesbury’s parks are flying a green flag of success after being named amongst the country’s best open spaces.