Welcome to the website for the village of Long Wittenham, Oxfordshire, England. Within these pages you will find information on the village, the Parish Council and its activities, a directory of local businesses and services, information on clubs and groups, and lots of other things too.
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A reminder that there will be a meeting in the village hall at 7:30pm this coming Thursday (19th January) to discuss the revised Neighbourhood Plan which was published on 6th January.
The plan documents can be read and/or downloaded here.
For more information contact Peter Rose, the Chairman of the Neighbourhood Steering Committee at email@example.com.
The Annual Parish Assembly will take place on Thursday 16th March at 7:30pm in the Village Hall. This is an opportunity for residents to hear from the Chairman of the Parish Council, District & County Councillors, community groups and other organisations in the village about their achievements over the past year and plans for the next twelve months.
Although our councillors will be there this meeting is really about what is going on in the village and is your opportunity to tell everyone what your club or group has been up to and is planning.
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The Oxfordshire County Council Flood Toolkit is now available on-line at https://www.oxfordshirefloodtoolkit.com.
It contains a range of potentially useful information for local residents.
Are you playing the Long Wittenham School Association 100 Club Lottery? Tickets are only £1 per number per month and there is a monthly draw with a first prize of £20 and a 2nd Prize of £10.
Payments must be made in full for the year ahead.
For more details, to reserve your number or to renew your 2017 membership, please contact Vicky Mellor:
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The Parish Council has its monthly meeting this coming Thursday evening (12th January) at 7:30pm in the Village Hall.
Download the agenda here.
Since the Pre-Submission Consultation Documents were published in July last year, the NP Steering Committee has received a lot of feedback from both residents and statutory consultees. In particular feedback was received from South Oxfordshire District Council (SODC) suggesting that some of the policies were not robust and could be open to challenge. The plan has been amended to reflect this feedback.
Peter Rose, the Chairman of the Steering Committee gives a detailed update on the process and what will happen next here.
The amended plan and accompanying documents can be viewed here.
South Oxfordshire District Council have arranged for Christmas Trees to be collected from Bodkins Recreation Ground car park on Thursday 19th January 2017. Leave trees here by Wednesday 18th January.
Residents with Brown Recycling Bins can leave their tree next to their bin for collection on 19th January.
South Oxfordshire District Council has been named the best recycler in DEFRA’s annual recycling league tables for 2015/16 (66.6% recycling rate), with neighbouring Vale of White Horse District Council in fourth place (64.8% recycling rate).
It’s the third year in a row that South Oxfordshire has topped the table, although the Vale has dropped from second last year to fourth. This is in part due to big improvements from other councils – the recycling rates from East Riding of Yorkshire, which is in second place, improved by over eight per cent.
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South Oxfordshire District Council is providing free parking on various days in the run up to Christmas. It is free in district council car parks all day on the following days during December:
Abingdon: Saturdays – 17th, 24th
Didcot: Tuesdays – 13th and 20th
Faringdon: Saturday 17th
Goring: Saturdays – 17th and 24th
Henley: Tuesday 20th
Thame: Saturdays – 17th and 24th
Wantage: Fridays – 16th and 23rd
Wallingford: Thursdays – 15th and 22nd
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