Much needed cash for Vale Countryside Volunteers

Adrian Bayliss, chairman of the Vale Countryside Volunteers (on the left) being handed the cheque by Roger Edwards and Alan How from the Buckingham Community Pantomime Committee with some of the volunteers showing off their new tools.
Adrian Bayliss, chairman of the Vale Countryside Volunteers (on the left) being handed the cheque by Roger Edwards and Alan How from the Buckingham Community Pantomime Committee with some of the volunteers showing off their new tools.

Vale Countryside Volunteers received a cheque this week from the Buckingham Community Pantomime for £231.

Adrian Bayliss, chairman of Vale Countryside Volunteers, was handed the cheque at the Buckingham Sandpit site, by Roger Edwards and Alan How from the Pantomime Committee.

Vale Countryside Volunteers is a working party set up to care for and protect wildlife and countryside of Aylesbury Vale. Much of their work is carried out in the north where they undertake conservation work to restore wildlife habitats. The Community Pantomime gives away most of its profits to help groups with expenditure. Volunteers have to buy their own tools and this donation helped them replace worn out tools.

Anybody wishing to join the Countryside Volunteers email info@vcv.org.uk. To be involved with the next pantomime go along to the Radcliffe Centre on Sunday, September 18, at 2pm.