Upcoming EventsJan21Mon20198:00 pm Long Wittenham History Group @ The Old StablesLong Wittenham History Group @ The Old StablesJan 21 @ 8:00 pmThis month’s speaker will be Jane Card who will talk about The Geering Almshouses of Harwell. We don’t have almshouses in Long Wittenham so it will be interesting to learn why Harwell’s were funded and built.Jan23Wed20193:30 pm Strength and Balance Class @ Long Wittenham Village HallStrength and Balance Class @ Long Wittenham Village HallJan 23 @ 3:30 pm – 4:30 pmSee the poster for more details.Jan27Sun2019Jan30Wed20193:30 pm Strength and Balance Class @ Long Wittenham Village HallStrength and Balance Class @ Long Wittenham Village HallJan 30 @ 3:30 pm – 4:30 pmSee the poster for more details.Feb3Sun20199:15 am Breakfast, Crafts and Worship (a... @ St Mary's ChurchBreakfast, Crafts and Worship (a... @ St Mary's ChurchFeb 3 @ 9:15 amCome and join us for Breakfast, Crafts and Worship in St Mary’s Church, Long Wittenham Breakfast 9.15am with breakfast and activities and worship from 9.30am
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The parish council has been advised that there are spaces available on a tour around the Viridor energy recovery facility at Ardley near Bicester on Tuesday 4th December. This is where waste from the black/grey bin is sent for incineration. … Continue reading
Plans for the quarry near Clifton Hampden are not now expected to be considered by Oxfordshire County Council’s planning committee until the New Year. County Councillor Lynda Atkins said: “The 21st January meeting is the earliest target date the planning committee … Continue reading
Long Wittenham’s tenth annual bonfire and fireworks display on Saturday 3rd November was a huge success. Watched by 420 people in Ward’s Field, the event raised more than £1,700 for local causes. The attendance was slightly down on previous years … Continue reading
Local planning authorities are embarking on an Oxfordshire Joint Statutory Spatial Plan (JSSP) that will set out the development framework for the county right through to 2050. The Oxford-Cambridge growth corridor proposals envisage transformational levels of growth over that period. … Continue reading
Residents who are not already subscribers to South Oxfordshire District Council’s digital newsletter “South News” may like to download the October edition which is available here.
The North East Didcot housing development will be bigger than originally planned. Land owners Reading University says its developers want to add at least another 120 homes on an area previously earmarked as ‘retained farmland’. A planning application is expected … Continue reading
Residents who are signed up for brown bin collections can put out twice as much garden waste during the week commencing 22nd October. South Oxfordshire District Council (SODC) is giving those who are part of the paid-for service the opportunity … Continue reading
Many residents will have seen the recent announcement by the government of the preferred corridor for the Oxford to Cambridge Expressway, which aims to provide a high-quality road link to better connect Oxford, Milton Keynes and Cambridge. For information about … Continue reading
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