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Free seminar for landlords and letting agents
Landlords and letting agents in Aylesbury Vale are invited to attend a free advice and information sharing forum this month.
Missed waste collections in Wing
Moorlands in Wing will not receive a food waste and general waste collection today (Wednesday 2 January).
Delivering customer services differently
Aylesbury Vale District Council is making changes to the way it delivers customer services.
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Official countdown to Police and Crime Commissioner Elections begins
The official notice has been published today (8 October) which confirms that on 15 November residents across Thames Valley will have the opportunity to vote for their first ever local Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC).
A new beginning for Aqua Vale Swimming and Fitness Centre
The newly refurbished Aqua Vale Swimming and Fitness Centre in Aylesbury has been officially unveiled.
Markets team wins recognition in national award
Aylesbury Vale District Council’s markets team has been named one of the best in the UK.
An autumn of fun-packed activities promised in Aylesbury Vale
Looking for something to do this autumn? Aylesbury Vale District Council has launched a booklet packed full of activities, guaranteed to help keep you busy from October through to December.
Blueprint aiming to help Aylesbury Vale prosper
An important planning blueprint is aiming to ensure Aylesbury Vale continues to prosper over the decades to come.
Prestigious award highlights good practice in elected member development
Aylesbury Vale District Council has received recognition for its robust and structured approach to councillor development.
Councillors approve planning blueprint for Aylesbury Vale
Aylesbury Vale’s long-term vision for homes, employment, leisure, infrastructure and the environment has been approved by councillors.
Parking charges will stay to help improve Aylesbury town centre
Aylesbury Vale District Council (AVDC) says the revenue generated from evening and Sunday parking in Aylesbury town centre is vital to continued investment in the town centre and council services.
Partnership issues warning as nights get longer
The Aylesbury Vale Community Safety Partnership is urging residents to take simple steps to deter burglars from targeting their homes as the winter approaches.
Candidates announced for Police Crime and Commissioner Election
Candidates for the Thames Valley Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) Election have been announced today (19 October) as the deadline for nominations has now closed.
Community to celebrate official opening of new centre in Aylesbury
Find out about the new Berryfields Community Centre at a fun open day this weekend.
Fraudster’s community order upheld
An Aylesbury man sentenced to community service after fraudulently claiming more than £11,000 in benefits, has had his sentence upheld.
Couple receive suspended sentences for falsely claiming benefits
A couple from Aylesbury have been given suspended sentences for fraudulently claiming £14,630 in benefits.
New scheme agreed for local council tax benefit
Aylesbury Vale District Council has agreed a new scheme to tackle a £1 million reduction in the government grant that pays for council tax benefits.
Last chance to register to vote in the Police and Crime Commissioner elections
Residents throughout Aylesbury Vale are being reminded that there are just a few days left to register to vote in the first ever Police and Crime Commissioner elections taking place next month.
PCC candidates tell you why they want your vote
The Police and Crime Commissioner candidates' election addresses have been published on the government website www.choosemypcc.org.uk
How to cast a vote at the PCC elections
You can now view, share and embed Victor the Voter explaining how to cast your vote at the Police and Crime Commissioner elections on 15 November.
Walking football classes set to start
Older people who think their footballing days are behind them don't have to hang their boots up just yet, thanks to new walking football sessions organised by Aylesbury Vale District Council in partnership with the Berks and Bucks FA.
Treats without the tricks!
Do you know a child who would like to learn how to make a fantastic pumpkin lantern? Or who would just love to have their face painted as a ghost or ghoul?
Missed bin collections in Ashendon, Chilton and Dorton, Friday 26 October
Residents are asked to please leave their bins out as they will collected on Monday 29 October instead. Apologies for any inconvenience.
Lots of young people enjoy Halloween responsibly and cause no harm, but for many in the community Halloween causes fear.
Countdown to register to vote…
Residents throughout Aylesbury Vale are being reminded that there are just hours left to register to vote in the first ever Police and Crime Commissioner elections.
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