Community Noticeboard

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Welcome to our community noticeboard, where you can find details of local services and other events in Aylesbury.

If you are looking for a list of Aylesbury Town Council’s only events click here.

Local Events

Apr 1 – Oct 31 all-day Claydon Estate
Horizon framing are excited to be working with local artists from Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire in a series of exhibitions to promote original work from their workshop/gallery on the Claydon Estate in North Buckinghamshire. Each month, from April 1st 2017 until the end of October, there will be a new exhibition featuring two artists with all[...]
Sep 20 all-day Aylesbury Town Centre
A variety of events and entertainment are taking place in Aylesbury Town Centre locations throughout September.
Sep 21 all-day Buckingham Golf Club
Charity Golf Day for PACE
Sep 27 @ 7:30 pm FNHC Offices
All are welcome to come and meet the Trustees and staff of Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity on 27 September and find out what we have been doing for the last twelve months, and what our plans are for the future.
Sep 29 all-day Aylesbury Town Centre
A variety of events and entertainment are taking place in Aylesbury Town Centre locations throughout September.
Sep 30 all-day Aylesbury Town Centre
A variety of events and entertainment are taking place in Aylesbury Town Centre locations throughout September.
Sep 30 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm Wendover Road, Aylesbury
Try bowls for free. Just turn up, there’s no need to book. Bowls, shoes and coaching are provided. Bowls is a great way to keep active, meet people and learn a new skill. Membership is half price for new members so it’s good value. ( not applicable to previous members ) Lots of people join who[...]
Oct 3 @ 8:00 pm Stewart Hall, Little Kimble
Stefan White, a local enthusiast and lecturer, will tell us tales of the brave and resourceful pioneers who risked life and limb discovering and collecting new plants, often venturing to remote and dangerous corners of the world. Although we pride ourselves on our expert speakers, all talks are very informal and are followed by refreshments[...]
Oct 7 @ 7:30 pm FNHC, Unit 2 Walton Lodge, Aylesbury
Tickets £10 each to include a fish and chip supper. Bingo tickets £2 per book covering four games (approximately 8 games played) Advance booking required. Doors open at 7pm and quiz starts at 7.30pm
Oct 21 @ 2:30 pm Stoke Mandeville Methodist Church
Embroiderers’ Guild scholar and graduate of the Royal School of Needlework, London-based designer Harriet Stiles will give us a snapshot into her life as a professional embroiderer. From teaching at Hereford College of Arts and the RSN, to running her own workshops, to freelancing for designers including Alexander McQueen and Burberry in addition to running[...]
Oct 24 all-day Kimble Stewart Hall
Music Classes and Concerts for Toddlers Times Ages 0-5 years – 1.45 – 2.30 Ages 6-11 years – 3.15- 4.00
Oct 26 @ 3:00 pm – 6:30 pm
Free Halloween fun and entertainment in Market Square.  Expect an afternoon filled with ghoulish fun and games along with the ever popular Pantoween and fancy dress competition. More details and information available closer to the event.
Nov 7 @ 8:00 pm Stewart Hall, Little Kimble
Brian Fisher, a popular horticultural lecturer, will discuss experiences of the National Garden Scheme on his last ever talk before retirement.  We’re sure to have some insights into what goes on behind the scenes and the preparations and trials that create such popular and inspiring garden visits Although we pride ourselves on our expert speakers,[...]
Nov 11 @ 6:00 pm – Nov 12 @ 8:00 pm
Interactive walking play around the cobbled streets of Aylesbury’s Old Town.  Tickets £4.50 Name of the play and further details to be released closer to the event
Nov 18 @ 2:30 pm Stoke Mandeville Methodist Church
Oxford-based mixed media artist Polly Woolstone’s work reflects her travels – from country lanes in the UK and Ireland to her many visits to India and Indochina. Working in mixed media combines her love of colour, texture and mark-making. She is still exploring and her talk reflects the creative journey she has been on. Trained[...]
Dec 3 @ 5:30 pm St Mary's Church, Aylesbury
Dec 5 @ 8:00 pm Stewart Hall, Little Kimble
We welcome Malcolm Brownsword, a wildlife expert and botanist.  His new talk supported by with excellent visual aids, is sure to be full of local interest. Although we pride ourselves on our expert speakers, all talks are very informal and are followed by refreshments and a raffle.   Visitors are always welcome – do come and[...]
Dec 10 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm
Get into the festive spirit with our Festive Family Fun Day, packed with seasonal entertainment and joy for the whole family.  With games and entertainment in Friars Square and Fun Fair rides in Market Square. More information on all of the entertainers, games, crafts and activities closer to the day.
Dec 10 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm St Mary's Church
Grab a song sheet and sing along to your favourite Christmas carols, accompanied by a brass band and local choir.  Hot chocolate and mince pies are also served.
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Sports & Health

RJFitness

We are RJFITNESS, an outdoor fitness and teambuilding company in Aylesbury (www.rjfitness.co.uk). We currently run outdoor exercise classes at Vale Park and Meadowcroft Open Space Park. We're rapidly growing and we also work with the [...]

Aylesbury Active Ladies Group

The Healthy Living Centre offers a women only wellbeing sessions at Centre from 24th of April from 10.30am to 11.30am. Cost for each session is only £2.

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We can help promote your community event or service.

It can be as small as a coffee morning or as big as a week long festival, but it must be taking place in or around the parish of Aylesbury town and be of benefit to Aylesbury residents. The event can be free or ticketed, for charity or profit. We are also happy to promote all sorts of events run by a diverse range of clubs and organisations including sports clubs, literary clubs, faith organisations or residents associations.

All you need to do is email the following details:

  • Name of Event or Service
  • Date and start/finish times
  • Venue
  • Cost of attending event (alternatively please indicate if the event is free)
  • Brief description (a sentence is adequate)
  • Web link (if applicable)
  • A jpg or PDF of the poster for the event (if applicable)
  • Jpeg of photo complementing the event.

…to the Community & Events Team. Alternatively, you can contact the Events Officer by phone or post to submit your event details.