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 EventsNov17Sun2019Nov18Mon20191:45 pm Long Wittenham Film Club @ St Mary's ChurchLong Wittenham Film Club @ St Mary's ChurchNov 18 @ 1:45 pmTea and cake in the interval. Bring a cushion.Nov19Tue20197:30 pm Village Meeting – Vanderbilt Homes @ Village HallVillage Meeting – Vanderbilt Homes @ Village HallNov 19 @ 7:30 pmThe Parish Council has invited Vanderbilt Homes to a village meeting to discuss its plans for the housing development on the corner of Fieldside and Didcot Road. It will take place in the village hall on Tuesday 19th November starting … Continue reading →Nov20Wed20193:30 pm Strength and Balance Class @ Long Wittenham Village HallStrength and Balance Class @ Long Wittenham Village HallNov 20 @ 3:30 pm – 4:30 pmSee the flyer for more details.