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New community hub


A brand-new community facility will be opening its doors in Oakfield Village in Kingsbrook, Aylesbury, on 1 November.

The Oakfield Community Building will provide space for a nursery and local community activities and clubs.

To celebrate the launch, there will be an open evening at the new venue on that date between 5pm-7pm, with Cllr Judy Brandis, Aylesbury Vale District Council Chairman, cutting the ribbon at 5.30pm.

The facility has been built by Barratt Homes as part of the S106 Agreement for the Kingsbrook development. Aktiva, which is running and managing the nursery – housed in the same building and opened in September – will also be managing the community hall (Dalby Hall) and the ancillary rooms.
 
Cllr Paul Irwin, district council Cabinet Member for Environment and Leisure, said: ‘It’s fantastic news that a new community facility is opening in Oakfield Village in the next couple of weeks. It’s also great news that Dalby Hall is offering preschool and toddler sessions, as well as being available to be hired by the local community for clubs and activities.’
 
Info:
For further information on the Oakfield Community Building or to book the Dalby Hall, email oakfield@aktivanurseries.co.uk

Alternatively, call 07887 329636 or visit on 1 November from 5pm to the Oakfield Community Building, which is at Siding Road, Aylesbury, HP22 7AY.


October 31, 2019