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Time to spring into action
Reactivate Bucks, the campaign that connects people to hundreds of sports and activities across the county, is putting a spring in everyone’s step this March.
Action to protect Black Poplar trees
Aylesbury Vale District Council is taking action to safeguard the future of the endangered native Black Poplar tree.
Council signs up to fight against climate change
Aylesbury Vale District Council is signing up to a campaign to reduce carbon emissions.
Free wellbeing events for older people
The over 50s are invited to find out more about making healthier lifestyle choices at two free events in Aylesbury Vale this month.
Buckingham company prosecuted for food hygiene offences
A Buckingham food processing and packing company has been fined £8,500 following an investigation by Aylesbury Vale District Council’s environmental health officers.
Easter holiday activities for all ages
Youngsters in Aylesbury Vale will have no excuses to be bored this Easter school holiday thanks to a packed programme of activities from AVDC.
Buckingham town council by-election result
The result of the by-election for the Buckingham South ward of Buckingham Town Council held on Thursday 11 March was as follows:
Housing trust grant is child’s play
Play in Aylesbury is to be given a boost thanks to another £60,000 grant from the Vale of Aylesbury Housing Trust, who are working in partnership with AVDC.
Residents’ views sought on website advertising
Aylesbury Vale District Council is seeking residents’ views on whether it should include commercial advertising on its website.
AVDC opposes High Speed rail network
AVDC's cabinet met on 12 April for its first discussion about the proposal to build a High Speed rail link from London to Birmingham.
Improved online planning service
An improved version of Public Access for planning applications is launched on Monday 22 March.
Aylesbury Waterside Theatre sensational opening season on sale now
Aylesbury Waterside Theatre raises the curtain on a world class opening season as booking for tickets opens on 24 March.
Prison sentence for council tax evader
A woman from Marsworth has been jailed for failing to pay nearly £3,000 in council tax to Aylesbury Vale District Council.
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