The council is to contribute more than £2,000 towards the cost of a solar-powered flashing 30mph sign known as a VAS or Vehicle Activated Sign. The sign will be positioned at the entrance to the village from the direction of Clifton Hampden. The total cost of the sign and installation is nearly £5,400. The parish council will pay £2,250 and the balance will come from county council funds. Residents living close to the bend have expressed concerns about the speed of some vehicles entering the village and the risk they pose to pedestrians and properties.
Upcoming EventsOct25Sun20209:30 am Parish Communion @ St Mary's ChurchParish Communion @ St Mary's ChurchOct 25 @ 9:30 amThere will be a service of Holy Communion this coming Sunday at 9:30am at St Mary’s Long Wittenham. In line with Government regulations for Track and Trace purposes please let Revd David Haylett know if you plan to attend, and … Continue reading →Nov12Thu2020Dec10Thu2020Nov20Sat20217:30 pm Moonrakers @ St Mary's ChurchMoonrakers @ St Mary's ChurchNov 20 @ 7:30 pmMoonrakers is an Oxford-based group of four musicians who pride themselves in having brought traditional and contemporary folk music to new audiences in village halls, churches, arts centres and festivals across the UK. The fact that the band “just oozes … Continue reading →