From virtual to reality!

In the first Covid lockdown, two mothers decided to create a Facebook group called ‘Aylesbury Virtual Market’ where local businesses could promote products they sell onlin

Platform for new art

Aylesbury Garden Town has unveiled four striking new murals as part of a series of improvement projects at the town's railway station.

Town gets plugged in

Electric vehicle drivers can now take advantage of four new EV charging points in Aylesbury town centre’s Waterside North Car Park.

Summer fun - for free

Thousands of free places are available during the summer break for youngsters across Buckinghamshire to enjoy a range of holiday activities and experiences.

Tribute to benefactor

A bronze sculpture celebrating William Harding's support for Aylesbury youngsters has finally found its home.The bronze s

Festival fizz returns

WhizzFizzFest, Aylesbury’s annual children’s literary and arts festival is back for 2021. The eagerly anticipated festival will be returning online and to Aylesbury town c

Competition launched

Residents, community groups and organisations in and around Aylesbury Vale are being urged to get creative and take part in a wildlife conservation competition launched by the

Don't say cheese, please!

Aylesbury-based charity Youth Concern is inviting young people across the Vale to take part in its #nosmileselfie competition. It runs for four weeks.

Car parks boost on big day

With thousands of Bucks businesses looking forward to opening their doors again on Monday (12 April), Buckinghamshire Council is offering free parking in its car parks from th

Catering team to rescue

In March 2019, the Rothschild Foundation funded a scheme to provide meals for schoolchildren and people who were shielding. Now the Buckinghamshire-based charity that support

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