Upcoming EventsOct9Sun2022Oct11Tue20227:30 pm WI – Olive Gibbs Oxford Politici... @ Village HallWI – Olive Gibbs Oxford Politici... @ Village HallOct 11 @ 7:30 pmWittenham WI – Olive Gibbs Oxford Politician & Peace Campaigner. Speaker Liz Woolley. Liz Woolley is a local historian specialising in aspects of the history of Oxford and Oxfordshire. She is particularly interested in the history of the city’s “town” … Continue reading →Oct13Thu2022Oct16Sun20229:30 am Harvest Festival Service @ St Mary's ChurchHarvest Festival Service @ St Mary's ChurchOct 16 @ 9:30 am – 11:00 amThere will be a Harvest Festival Service on Sunday 16th October at 9:30am at St Mary’s. All are welcome. Harvest gifts of non-perishable items will be donated to Didcot Food Bank.
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Thames Water has announced that it is imposing a hosepipe ban (also known as a Temporary Use Ban) on everyone to whom it supplies water from Wednesday 24th August. A fine of up to £1,000 can be imposed on those … Continue reading
Some residents will have noticed that Neptune Wood meadow is closed. Earth Trust has announced that it needs to allow the field to be grazed safely by its sheep and so the permissive footpath that runs between Sylva Foundation and … Continue reading
The Fun Run is back but lots of help is needed to make it a success. If you can spare some time, whether you have experience or not, the organisers would love to hear from you. Please contact Prew Bowtell … Continue reading
We are pleased to announce the result of yesterday’s referendum on the revised Neighbourhood Development Plan (NDP). The vote was overwhelmingly in favour, with 95.53% voting YES. These are the figures:
Most residents will be aware that the referendum for the revised Neighbourhood Development Plan (NDP) will take place on Thursday 28th July. See the formal Notice of Poll and details of the polling station below.
Following a burglary in the village on Thursday 21st July at Sandalwood at the junction of High Street and Little Wittenham Road, Thames Valley Police is appealing for witnesses. See the details below.
The BBC has analyzed satellite data from 4 Earth Intelligence, to allow people to find out if the area in which they live is vulnerable to extreme heat. The result for Long wittenham is below. More details on the BBC … Continue reading
Robert Felton writes … In case anyone is interested in the heat wave, the thermometer in my “garden” (Stable Cottage, by the school) showed 36°C at around 1pm on Monday and 41°C on Tuesday. Both figures in the shade. Phew! … Continue reading
Read the June edition of the Citizens Advice Oxfordshire South and Vale newsletter. It provides the latest news from your local charity on some of its recent developments and issues impacting on our community.