In April 2003 the Stoke Mandeville Stadium was opened by HRH the Prince of Wales, Royal Patron of WheelPower following a £10.2 million redevelopment. Redevelopment saw the facilities totally transformed into a state of the art sports complex including sports and catering facilities alongside the Olympic Lodge and Olympic Village.
The new facilities were redeveloped thanks to a Sport England Lottery Fund award of £5.243 million together with funds raised through WheelPower’s Sporting Chance Appeal Committee. In addition to the new facilities the existing facilities are being upgraded and new facilities added as funds permit. The home of the National Wheelchair Championships, Stoke Mandeville Stadium is now a unique venue for any conference and corporate event as well as boasting superb facilities and the perfect backdrop to host private dinners and functions.’
Bucks New University is a new breed of university, focusing on degrees that are professional and practical, as well as academic.
Young in outlook, but well established in the fields we specialise in, we offer high quality, professionally-driven university courses, in everything from nursing, health and social care, to cyber fraud detection, textiles and aviation.
Aylesbury United Juniors FC
Aylesbury United Juniors Football Club was founded in 1976 under the name of Bearbrook Rangers FC with the boys at the time predominantly from Bearbrook Middle School and competed in the Aylesbury Junior Football League. Following a short spell with the Rivets Club, in 1985 Aylesbury United FC invited the club to play under the banner of Aylesbury United Juniors FC