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Zoom - The Second Wave - Photographer Bartholomew PlayersCCTV cameraproposed temporary restricted access - circles = signage locations, lines = restricted roads - Photographer Eynsham Parish Councilsquares for the community quilt - Photographer Marta Birobabies meet in cyberspace - Photographer Jenny HoganEynsham Rocks! - A little task during your daily mile, We hope that it can raise a smile. Decorate a stone or a rock, To remind us all of the good we've got. During tough times we are not alone, Look at the stories within these stones - Photographer Robert Barryscarecrows of Eynsham - Photographer Anna ParrinderA virtual celebration of May Day - posted by Rosie Warrington - Photographer Eynsham Community Primary School PTAQueues are likely, please be patient - Photographer Oxfordshire County Councilhow to make a face mask - Photographer Public Health EnglandEynsham Community Larder - Has your income been affected by the Coronavirus crisis? Are you finding it hard to buy all the food you need?<br/>Is it difficult for you to travel to a reasonably priced supermarket?<br/>Did you know we now have a well-stocked food bank, funded by Eynsham residents for residents of Eynsham and the surrounding villages? You can ask for a regular one-off food parcel, or simply request some items you need. - Photographer Eynsham Covid-19 volunteers‘thank you’ rainbows in glass - Photographer Ros Duffyencouraging cycling and walking - Photographer Department for TransportThe Epic Eighties Extravaganza - Photographer Newlands SoundsystemEynsham Country Market - rain or shine! - Photographer Jane DysonThe Grinch who stole Carnival - The very worst thing Corona did scupper? No treats or sweets from Starter Upper! But hold on there & don't be woe; for round the village she still will go! - Photographer Dave MaybrickWitney Road Play Area-2 - Photographer Carl Rylettthe wonderful Woodentops - Larry, John and Paul have been playing outside members’ houses - and in the Square we could listen and sing along, and meet for chats at a safe distance! - Photographer Jane JohnsonBringing a little light to our dark - Photographer Nic SaundersCall 07443 564516 - Photographer Eynsham Good Neighbour Networkgardening on hold - Photographer Evenlode DIYpolypropylene visors - Photographer Bartholomew SchoolEynsham Community Support Fund - Photographer Sean GraceGoing home...

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"Parking in the High Street"

I live in the High Street, and work from home, so a lot of the time my car is parked all day: I do not have a parking space at my house. I think some priority must be given to residents. I have like others seen people park and ride, some using it regularly as a way of going to Oxford. So a permit scheme giving priority to residents and a time limit scheme for others is perhaps favourable: this would allow visitors to go to the shops etc but mean they had to change their habits rather than use it as a commuter parking area. I know in Oxford residents get a certain number of permits to give to their personal visitors in peak hours, and perhaps this might also be considered?

+Jaqueline

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