Community Challenge

Mix96 and The Vale of Aylesbury Housing Trust have teamed up again to help good causes, and transform part of Bucks for the better.

The Community Challenge is back for 2018 and we want you to nominate good causes that need our help.

Sometimes organisations that do great things do some amazing work and just need a little bit of help, that's where Mix96 and The Vale of Aylesbury Housing Trust come in!


Nominate a good cause

The winner of the Mix96 Community Challenge gets a minimum of £2,000 worth of work done from the Vale of Aylesbury Housing Trust.

All you need to do to nominate a cause is fill out the form below and tell us why they need the help.

So over to you - do you know a community group that needs help or a village hall that's seen better days, a sports group which needs help with their changing rooms or maybe it's a whole village that needs sprucing up?

Just let us know - you've got until the end of the 21st October to nominate:

Here are some of the great projects over the last few years:

The Puzzle Centre

Here's the video of all the work:


1st Eaton Bray and Edlesborough Scout Hut:


Here's what the Scout Hut looked like before we got hold of it; as you can see it wasn't the best place to meet:


Thanks to the Trust, and several other local companies, we carried out even more work then the Scouts were expecting:

The Community Challenge

The Mix96 Community Challenge has been running for six years now.

Alongside our friends at Vale of Aylesbury Housing Trust we have transformed a lot of local spaces:

  • Last year we created a new garden for the Puzzle Centre, making it more accessible for children with autism and communication difficulties.
  • We completely transformed the 1st Eaton Bray and Edlesborough Scout Group's hut.
  • Stocklake Park school have had their outside space and their sensory room totally revamped.
  • Rainbow Totz and the Gap Youth Group got an entire new kitchen.
  • Pebble Brook School got an urban farm.