Waste collection resumes

Waste collection services from outside people's homes are now all back up and running across Buckinghamshire for the first time since the coronavirus outbreak.The final area affected, the pickin

Waste service changes

In this unprecedented situation with coronavirus Aylesbury Vale District Council is having to look at prioritising some services.

Waddesdon opening delayed

Waddesdon Manor has postponed opening the house and exhibitions to meet government recommendations to minimise transmission of the coronavirus (Covid-19).

'Flower rain' falls

In Japan, ‘Hanami’, or ‘flower viewing’, is all about enjoying the fleeting beauty of blossom trees as they come into bloom.

Designs on excellence

Outstanding building and structural projects across the region have been recognised at the 26th annual Aylesbury Vale District Council Design Awards.

Free day at Stowe

This year marks the 30th anniversary of the gardens and park at Stowe coming into the care of the National Trust. To celebrate, the charity will be opening its doors free of charge on Jul

'Brake on new homes'

A council has proposed a reduction in the number of new homes to be built in Aylesbury Vale, in the latest step towards a final approved Vale of Aylesbury Local Plan – the blueprint that will shape

Jackie's garden tips

IF you’re looking for hints and tips on how to prepare your garden for the forthcoming growing season, join Jackie Hunt (pictured), Turn End’s gardener on Saturday 24th March (11am-12.1

£9.5m building boost

Aylesbury Vale District Council (AVDC) has been awarded £9.5 million to provide new local infrastructure for building in Aylesbury, as the government confirms £866 million worth of investment in lo

'Green gym' plan bears fruit

A new initiative called a 'green gym' starts next week, run by AVDC’s Active Vale programme, linked up with Wendover mental health charity, Lindengate.The green gym afternoons are

X
X