Eynsham Parish Council News Second Chances 21 FebMerton House is a new assessment home off Merton Court, developed by the County Council with input from local residents Responsible Post Vacant 8 FebEynsham Parish Council requires a part-time Parish Clerk / Responsible Financial Officer - applications close 24 February Park & Ride Consultation 4 JanThe Parish Council reaction to OCC proposals for an Eynsham P&R and A40 bus lane is now online. Still time to have your say! Your Parish Council 9 Nov 2016Minutes of the latest meeting include objections to new proposals for 77 dwellings at Eynsham Nursery and Plant Centre Conclusion of Audit 26 Sep 2016Parish Council accounts for 2015/2016 are now available for inspection - please contact the Clerk to arrange a viewing Grants for Groups 18 Sep 2016The Parish Council allocates £2500 a year in grants to local voluntary organisations. Deadline for 2017-8 grants is 21 October. Your Parish Council 15 Aug 2016Minutes of the latest meeting include extensive reservations about Polar Technology proposals for land off Old Station Way. Back to the Drawing Board 3 Aug 2016Planning Inspectorate ruling against the District Council gives go-ahead for 77 dwellings at Eynsham Garden Centre You Saw it Here First 27 Jul 2016A tablet-friendly / smartphone-friendly village website opens here today, thanks to Parish Council funding Public Accountability 9 Jun 2016Eynsham Parish Council Internal Audit and Governance Statement 2015-16 is now available for inspection Eynsham Nursery & Plant Centre 8 Jun 2016Four significant, separate developments have been proposed to the west of Eynsham recently Land to West of Fruitlands 24 May 2016JA Pye's appeal against refusal of the Fruitlands development was dismissed today. Station Road 16 May 2016Gladman’s appeal against refusal of outline planning consent was dismissed by the Government Inspector today Annual Parish Meeting 2016 28 Apr 2016Draft Minutes from the public meeting held last Tuesday 26 April are now online They Work for You 22 Apr 2016This is your chance to find out what (almost) everyone who is anyone in the village has been doing on your behalf in 2015-16. The Results are In 18 Nov 2015Parish Council vice-chairman Richard Andrews reports on the recent 20mph consultation: the verdict is clear. Churchyard Closure 5 Nov 2015The need to find land for future burials has become more pressing in view of the latest update from St Leonard’s PCC. Twenty is Plenty 5 Oct 2015Cllr Richard Andrews puts the case for making Eynsham a 20mph zone, to see what support or opposition there may be. Traveller Encampment 28 Jul 2015The travellers on Chilbridge Road are now on bridleway 206/31 beyond the A40, just west of Woodstock Car Sales & Kingsley Cars. Never a Dull Moment 13 May 2015If you would like to get more involved in decisions that affect the village, why not join the Parish Council? Late Night Takeaways 9 Apr 2015Application to WODC licensing committee was withdrawn today following a series of objections, including the Parish Council’s. Keeping Eynsham Tidy 5 Mar 2015Parish Councillor Dennis Stukenbroeker wrote to Royal Mail about postmen dropping elastic bands all over the village. Late Night Takeaways 20 Feb 2015The owner of the mobile trailer ‘Star Kebab’ has applied for a licence to sell burgers, kebabs, etc. from the Red Lion car park Witney Road Crossing 31 Jan 2015OCC proposes to install a zebra crossing on Witney Road to provide a safe pedestrian facility for children at Bartholoew School The Big Chill 11 Dec 2014The Parish Council has taken delivery of a large bag of road-grit for use on village pavements in case of ice or snow this year Station Road 5 Dec 2014Representatives of Eynsham Parish Council and Gladman Developments met last month to discuss proposals for up to 49 houses New Assessment Centre 24 Oct 2014Another chance to discuss OCC proposals for a new assessment centre for children at risk of coming into the care system It’s Your Fault Now 13 Oct 2014If you want a pothole fixed, you’ve now got to report it. Cllr Dennis Stukenbroeker explains. Churchyard Closure 13 Oct 2014The Parish Council response to StLeonard’s Parochial Church Council is published here in full. Traveller Encampment 8 Oct 2014Oxfordshire County Councillor Charles Mathew has an explanatory note about the site off Chilbridge Road Churchyard Closure 22 Sep 2014This statement from St Leonard’s Parochial Church Council was also published in September’s Eynsham News. Better Broadband 4 Sep 2014You may have noticed a number of large green metal cabinets appearing in the village this year. These form part of a £25m ... It Could Be You 13 Jul 2014The new defibrillator unit outside Eynsham Co-op could dramatically increase survival rates from sudden cardiac arrest Gravel on Our Doorstep 4 Apr 2014OCC’s draft plans for dealing with minerals and waste up to 2030 are open for consultation. Gravel Watch 6 Nov 2013An update from County Councillor Charles Mathew, who is a member of OCC's Cabinet Advisory Group on Minerals Better Broadband 4 Sep 2013The County Council has awarded a contract to BT to bring superfast broadband to much of rural Oxfordshire. Paul Wilding reports Gravel Threat Fades? 26 May 2011Hansons have notified us that they intend to withdraw their application for gravel extraction in the Cassington / Eynsham area Cycle Parking Upgrade 18 May 2011Eynsham is in line for several new installations as a follow-up to a recent audit. The full report is attached Gravel Extraction 24 Feb 2011The County Council's draft minerals strategy faces a number of challenges Sand and Gravel 7 May 2010A discrepancy between local and nation allocation calls for urgent response East Eynsham Housing 26 Oct 2009Full planning permission for the housing development off Bitterell was reported to the Parish Council today. New Village Hall 20 Oct 2000Parish Council Chairman Gordon Beach cut the first sod for Eynsham’s new community hall today New Community Centre / Village Hall 1 Feb 1998Extract from the Eynsham Echo, Issue 50, February 1998 Village Appraisal 1 May 1994The Committee set up to produce an appraisal for Eynsham and Barnard Gate has published its report today.