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Winter Lane Footpath

Notices & Meetings WH Parish Council Local Planning

As part of Bellway Homes planning consent to build the new houses at the end of Rectory Farm Close (Elderberry Grange) the company was required to build a new footpath along Winter Lane. The road is missing a footpath along most of its length, although the new one was not going to fill all the gaps it was still very welcomed. Read more


Start-a-Heart

Notices & Meetings

'Start-a-heart' is a new initiative by the South Central Ambulance Service to encourage everyone to learn how to do CPR and save some lives! They are running short training sessions in any workplace in the county that has 10 or more employees, so it's time to pester your boss, or if you are the boss, to contact them at www.scas.nhs.uk.They also give community group lessons, will come to the village, and it's free. If you're interested, let me know soonest... 01235 867500 or jimstagg@NOSPAMbtinternet.com, (removing NOSPAM) and I'll try and organise a bunch of us. What's not to like, apart from the possibility of hearing some Bee Gees music! (They played 'Staying Alive' on the recent TV ads, cos that's the beat at which you're meant to pump someone's chest apparently. Screens Matron!) Read more


Household Waste Recycling Centres Under Threat

Notices & Meetings

Oxfordshire County Council are once again considering the closure of some Household Waste Recycling Centres in order to save £350,000 from their expenditure by 2017/18. A public consultation is now open and residents are being asked to give their opinion on possible changes. OCC plans to reduce the number of HWRC's from 7, to 3 or 4 over several years, and possibly reduce opening hours. Read more


Linden Homes Site Archaeological Excavations

Notices & Meetings EH Parish Council

The digger working on the site of the proposed Linden Homes 200 house development is not starting the groundwork somewhat prematurely, but actually conducting archaeological excavations by digging 82 trial trenches. This work is being carried out partly as a result of information supplied by the Hanney History Group, so well done to them, and thanks to Stewart Scott for letting us know the story. Read more