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Parking charge changes in Aylesbury Vale
Planned changes to car parking charges in Aylesbury Vale District Council-owned car parks are set to come into effect from 23 April.
Important milestone reached for Community Chest fund
A project that will see work carried out on an historically significant building in Quainton is the recipient of a landmark grant from the Aylesbury Vale Community Chest fund.
Textphone service not available
Due to the necessary works with IT systems as part of the council’s office move, the textphone service will not be available to customers between 10 and 13 April.
National survey finds Aylesbury Vale a great place to live
Aylesbury Vale is one of the best areas to live in rural Britain, according to the results of a recent study into quality of life.
Help is on hand to get on the property ladder
Come to the Eden@Berryfields Open Day on Saturday 14 April from 10am to 4pm.
Looking for housing?
Affordable home ownership in Aylesbury Vale and the surrounding area.
Great Brickhill refuse collections, Thursday 5 April
Some properties in the Great Brickhill area have not had their refuse collected today, due to a vehicle breakdown.
Live web footage offers views of peregrine falcon nest in Aylesbury
A pair of peregrine falcons have successfully produced three eggs in a nest high up on the front of an Aylesbury town centre building.
A Wii bit of Olympic fun for young people
Aylesbury Vale will be hosting its own version of the Olympics this spring and summer as young people battle for gold, silver and bronze on games consoles.
Buckinghamshire residents invited to The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Garden Party
People living in Buckinghamshire are being given the opportunity to attend a unique summer garden party to celebrate The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.
Partnership aims to stamp out converter thefts
Drivers across Aylesbury Vale are being offered free engraving to mark their catalytic converters.
Aylesbury store prosecuted for food hygiene offences
An Aylesbury shop has been fined for breaching food hygiene regulations.
Last chance to nominate your unsung hero
Residents in Aylesbury Vale are being reminded they have just a matter of days to nominate someone for the Volunteer of the Year Award.
Temporary closure of leisure pool
The leisure pool at the Aqua Vale Swimming and Fitness Centre in Aylesbury will be closed for public use from Monday 30 April, reopening at 9am on Saturday 5 May.
Aylesbury Vale delegation to attend eHealth Week 2012 in Denmark
The world-famous National Spinal Injuries Centre (NSIC) at Stoke Mandeville Hospital, near Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, is to be showcased at a major European event for healthcare professionals next month.
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