Working with Community PartnersStuart Miller2021-05-12T10:13:59+01:00
We also work with local partners to make community projects happen.
There are lots of great ideas coming through from the community and by working in partnership with local groups and organisations, we can help to make these happen.
Town Centre Cycle Park – Hale Leys
We’ve worked with Hale Leys Shopping Centre Management Team to put in an attractive cycle park in an easily accessible town centre location.
Greening the Town Centre
We've worked with Aylesbury Town Centre Management Team to help green the town with planters in a newly pedestrianised areas, offering people more opportunity to eat and drink al fresco.
We’ve worked alongside Chiltern Railways to improve the green spaces surrounding Aylesbury Station, to make it a more vibrant arrival point for visitors to the town.
Friends of Aylesbury Station
We are continuing our improvements to Aylesbury Station by setting up a community group to help look after the surrounding green spaces, platform beds and planters. If you’d like to join us, click here to find out more.
AccessAble has created 40 guides to help people with disabilities to easier get around Aylesbury enabling people to check out the accessibility of places they’re intending to visit before they travel. This includes places like shops, cafes, restaurants and entertainment venues, as well as bus and train stations across Aylesbury.
The guides include detailed information about doors, lifts, toilets, staff training, lighting levels and background music to name a few. Access the Aylesbury guides here.
Fairford Leys Cycle Racks
We’ve worked with Coldharbour Parish Council to put new cycle racks into the main square in Fairford Leys.
Horatio’s Garden – Stoke Mandeville Hospital
We’ve provided cold frames for planting, along with new garden furniture to the rehabilitation charity, Horatio’s Garden, to support patients with spinal injuries.
We’ve supported Lindengate, the local nature based mental health charity, in their Rest and Reflect project, which has provided time-out in the beautiful gardens for NHS staff and key workers during the Covid-19 pandemic.