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Thames Valley Police officer sacked after biting woman’s nose

A Thames Valley Police officer, who admitted inflicting grievous bodily harm after biting a woman on the nose, was dismissed from the force yesterday (Wednesday).

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Haddenham company fined after worker suffers two broken legs in ‘preventable’ incident

A manufacturer of agricultural equipment based in Haddenham has been fined £22,000 after a worker suffered two broken legs when a stack of metal sheets fell on to his ankles.

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Thames Valley Police announces return of Custodian helmet

The Police and Crime Commissioner for Thames Valley Anthony Stansfeld, has announced today (Wednesday) that the force will be bringing back Custodian Helmets.

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PICTURE GALLERY: Haddenham’s got musical talent!

A group of talented youngsters demonstrated their musical abilities on Saturday February 24 at Haddenham’s sixth annual Youth Musical Festival.

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Dame Darcey Bussell is one of the special guests at Aylesbury WhizzFizzFest 2018

Olympian and Strictly judge to headline Aylesbury WhizzFizzFest

The headline names at this year’s Aylesbury WhizzFizzFest have been announced.

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Cyclist suffers broken leg after collision in Haddenham

Cyclist suffers broken leg after collision in Haddenham

Police are investigating after a cyclist suffered a broken leg during a collision with a car in Haddenham.

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Photo from a previous Paralympic heritage flame-lighting ceremony at Stoke Mandeville Stadium

Ticket ballot now open for Stoke Mandeville flame-lighting event

The ticket ballot for next month’s Paralympic heritage flame-lighting ceremony at Stoke Mandeville Stadium has opened this morning (Thursday).

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Photos from Haddenham Youth Theatre's latest productions - top the junior group performing Sherlock Holmes and bottom the senior group performing Pride and Prejudice. Images courtesy of haddenham.net

Rave reviews for Haddenham Youth Theatre’s latest productions

Haddenham Youth Theatre’s latest productions took place over the weekend of January 26 and 27 to great acclaim.

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They will all be stars! More than 250 youngsters to perform at singing and dancing extravaganza in Aylesbury

Final preparations are being made ahead of a one-off show at Aylesbury’s Waterside Theatre featuring singing, dancing and dramatic performances from more than 250 local children.

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Number of reported flytipping incidents up in South Oxfordshire last year according to new figures

The number of reported flytipping incidents in the South Oxfordshire district increased in 2016/17, according to new figures from DEFRA (the Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs).

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Fire crews were called to a head-on collision between two cars on the B4011 near Brill on Boxing Day

Cars involved in head-on Boxing Day collision near Brill

The emergency services were called to a head-on collision on the B4011 near Brill yesterday (Boxing Day).

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Haddenham's Christmas tree festival was held at St Mary's Church in the village

PICTURE SPECIAL: ‘Inspirational’ displays at Christmas tree festival in Haddenham

Haddenham’s fifth Christmas Tree Festival was held in St Mary’s Church over the weekend of December 8 to 10, and proved as popular as ever.

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Thame's Christmas lights switch-on event in 2016

When is Thame’s official Christmas lights switch-on?

Thame’s Christmas lights are being switched on by the mayor and the winner of the town’s Snowflake Search competition on Friday December 1.

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Firework displays across Aylesbury Vale that are sure to go off with a bang!

Following the news that Aylesbury Rugby Club will not hold its popular annual fireworks display this year, we have rounded up other possible locations in the area where you can enjoy fireworks.

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Oxford Road, Aylesbury (left) and Cllr Mark Shaw (right)

Aylesbury road improvement scheme awarded more than £2 million in Government funding

More than £2 million of Government funding will go towards a scheme to improve congestion on one of Aylesbury’s busiest roads.

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