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Act now – fill out your census
People in Aylesbury Vale who have not yet returned their census forms are being urged to do so.
View the district election results
See the district election results and which party has overall control of the council.
Aylesbury Vale Parish Elections 2011 results
View the results.
The first national referendum in 35 years was held on Thursday 5 May, giving everyone the chance to decide whether Britain should change the voting system used at UK Parliamentary elections.
HS2 consultation roadshows come to Aylesbury Vale
The government will be holding consultation roadshow events on the proposed HS2 rail scheme in May.
Aston Clinton man faces jail for illegal extension
An Aston Clinton man has been told that he will be sent to prison if he does not pull down an unauthorised extension he built to his house.
Aylesbury resident loses appeal in taxi licence application
Aylesbury Vale District Council has successfully won an appeal against an Aylesbury man applying to be a taxi driver.
Take your place at The Big Lunch
Help is at hand to encourage residents to get together for this year’s national Big Lunch.
Chance to enter parks photography competition
Fledgling photographers in Aylesbury Vale are being invited to submit their entries for an exciting new photography competition.
Aylesbury Vale Celebrates National Family Week
Young people, their parents and carers are being promised an array of fun activities in the May half-term school holiday as part of National Family Week (31 May to 6 June).
Have your say on local football pitches
Residents from across Aylesbury Vale are invited to have their say about the district’s football pitches.
Search is on for Sky Ride cycling champions
Enthusiastic cyclists in Aylesbury Vale are being invited to come forward and train to be cycle champions as part of a new Sky Ride Local programme in the district.
Cash boost for hospital radio
A hospital radio’s mission to make patients’ stay more bearable has been given a massive boost thanks to a grant from the Aylesbury Vale Community Chest.
New faces join council decision-making cabinet
Some changes to the decision-making cabinet at Aylesbury Vale District Council were announced at the annual council meeting on 25 May.
Suspended prison sentence for Aylesbury benefit cheat
An Aylesbury woman who claimed over £20,000 in benefits she was not entitled to has been given a suspended prison sentence and ordered to repay the money.
Volunteer to work with local groups
Residents in Aylesbury Vale are being urged to volunteer to help run various groups in the district.
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