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Thames Valley Police says that there were no reports of serious incidents in Aylesbury overnight ahead of today’s (1 May) planned protest by the English Defence League (EDL) in the town.


Aylesbury town centre is quiet and calm today (1 May) as extensive police and partner plans are put in place to ensure that today’s protests planned by the EDL and UAF are managed and peaceful.


Around 800 supporters of the EDL are now gathered in Aylesbury Market Square to hold their protest.


Shops and businesses will open as usual from 2 May and a range of entertainment has been organised for Monday by the Town Centre Partnership to help welcome people back to the town.


Calm returned to Aylesbury on Saturday night, after protesters from the English Defence League (EDL) had finished their demonstration and left the town.


Give it a go in May! That’s the call from TV presenter and local resident, Fern Britton, and Reactivate Bucks, the campaign that connects people to hundreds of sports and activities across the county.


The Buckingham poll is going ahead today as planned, despite this morning's accident involving Nigel Farage.


The results for the Aylesbury and Buckingham parliamentary constituencies.


Youngsters should get their skates on as the mobile skate park and i-van will soon be rolling into villages across Aylesbury Vale.


Aylesbury town centre is bustling with free activities this weekend.


Visitors to Aylesbury will be able to enjoy a traditional North African shopping experience when a Tunisian Bazaar arrives in the town centre this week.


Children and their parents and carers can enjoy a great array of fun activities in next month’s half- term holiday as part of National Family Week.


The latest phase of a scheme to transform Aylesbury’s Vale Park is due to be completed this month.


A benefit cheat who defrauded more than £30,000 has received a suspended jail sentence after a joint prosecution by Aylesbury Vale District Council and the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP).


After 35 years of sterling service, Aylesbury Civic Centre is finally closing to make way for a magnificent new theatre.