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Fun for families – whatever the forecast!
Find plenty to do this May and June with Aylesbury Vale District Council’s Do-it activities booklet.
Event to get people on the property ladder comes to Aylesbury
If you would like to get on the property ladder, then come along to the HomeBuy show in Aylesbury where you will find out about government sponsored initiatives.
Anyone for tennis in Vale Park?
Wimbledon champions of the future could come from Aylesbury, thanks to a joint initiative aimed at encouraging more people to take up tennis.
Cabinet to discuss future jobs and housing targets
How many jobs and homes should be created in Aylesbury Vale over the next 20 years? That’s the topic for discussion by councillors at a meeting of Aylesbury Vale District Council’s cabinet on 15 May.
Buckingham canal restoration takes another step forward
Part of a long term plan to restore the disused Buckingham canal has been approved.
Music in Quiet Places returns to Vale
Classical music fans in Aylesbury Vale will be pleased to hear that some of the UK’s finest musicians will be performing in the district this May and June.
Energy efficiency news
Latest news on energy efficiency schemes.
Visitors expected to flock to see Aylesbury’s fabulous falcons
Shoppers and visitors to Aylesbury will be able to use powerful telescopes to look up at a family of peregrine falcons as they nest high above the town centre.
Aylesbury refuse collections, Thursday 17 May
Some properties in the Aylesbury area have not had their refuse collected today, due to a vehicle breakdown.
Cabinet endorses new targets for jobs and homes
Please note this decision has been superceded by the Cabinet decision of 14 August 2012.
New rating scheme for hygiene standards
Diners can feel more confident than ever when buying food and eating out in Aylesbury Vale thanks to the introduction of a new scheme telling them about the hygiene standards of food outlets in the district.
Aylesbury Vale glass collections
Some properties in Aylesbury Vale have not had their glass collected today (22 May).
Aylesbury Vale and Dacorum councils to share technology
Aylesbury Vale District Council has agreed to share computer technology with another local authority to help generate savings and create improved and more resilient systems.
Free family fun day at Riverside Walk play area
Aylesbury residents and visitors are invited to take part in a family fun day of activities at the new Riverside Walk play area on 7 June.
Don't let thieves spoil your Jubilee weekend
Although Aylesbury Vale is a low crime area, The Community Safety Partnership would like to remind residents of Aylesbury Vale to secure their homes this jubilee weekend to reduce the opportunity for thieves to operate in the area.
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