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Eynsham Parish Council

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Policing Update - October2/10/2014

PC Martyn McHale has been catching up on crime after a break on paternity leave.

Footpath Report 201428/9/2014

The Footpaths Committee has compiled an inventory of problems for attention by the OCC Countryside Service. More walkers - and reporters - are always welcome!

HOW Many New Houses?27/9/2014

The Parish Council invites you to get involved in creating a Neighbourhood Plan. The consultation is open until 30 September.

New Assessment Centre16/9/2014

Plans for a new assessment centre for children at risk of coming into the care system are set to be unveiled in Eynsham.

School Traffic Survey16/9/2014

The STARS team at Eynsham Primary School invites your views on ways to improve traffic in the area at drop-off and pickup times.

Graveyard Closure15/9/2014

St Leonard’s Church has reluctantly decided the newer section of the churchyard should be closed to new burials. Please write in with your views.

  • 30 September
    Your Parish Council
  • Next week's meeting will discuss St Leonard’s churchyard, Christmas lights, snow / ice and neighbourhood planning

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  • 21 September
    Show Time
  • The photos are inThe photos are in - and the cup winners list

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  • 17 September
    Grants for Groups
  • The Parish Council will be considering applications from village groups and voluntary organisations in November.

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  • 4 September
    Better Broadband
  • One year on, the BT / County contract offers hope of a much improved service for anyone accessing broadband through their phone line. Paul Wilding reports.

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older items >>

  • UK universities slip down rankings
  • Three UK universities lose their place in the top 200 of a global higher education league table while elite universities, including Oxford, hold their ground...
  • Caterham to race on despite bailiffs
  • Formula 1 team Caterham pledge to compete in this weekend's Japanese Grand Prix despite bailiffs visiting their base...
  • Amputee soldier bullied out of job
  • A paratrooper who lost both his legs and an arm in combat has his complaint upheld that he was bullied and harassed at RAF Brize Norton...

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