Upcoming EventsJul22Sun2018Jul24Tue20187:30 pm Craft Workshop @ Long Wittenham Village HallCraft Workshop @ Long Wittenham Village HallJul 24 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pmThe cost for each workshop is just £12 and includes Project Kits for that evening’s projects, light refreshments, use of any special equipment needed for the specific projects, such as punches, die cutters etc. There may be a raffle to … Continue reading →Jul25Wed20183:30 pm Strength and Balance Class @ Long Wittenham Village HallStrength and Balance Class @ Long Wittenham Village HallJul 25 @ 3:30 pm – 4:30 pmSee the poster for more details.Aug1Wed20183:30 pm Strength and Balance Class @ Long Wittenham Village HallStrength and Balance Class @ Long Wittenham Village HallAug 1 @ 3:30 pm – 4:30 pmSee the poster for more details.
Tag Archives: Didcot Garden Town
To support the Didcot Garden Town plan, Oxfordshire County Council has submitted a £250m application to the government for a package of road improvements. It would fund what’s called “essential infrastructure” for the Garden Town’s wider area of influence which … Continue reading
The Didcot Garden Town team is asking residents, businesses and community group leaders to join and become actively involved in shaping the whole garden town area. The exciting opportunity comes out of the garden town delivery plan’s unique governance structure … Continue reading
A bid by four parish councils, including Long Wittenham, to seek an extension to consultations over the Didcot Garden Town plan has failed. The move follows calls from Didcot Town Council for an extension of the deadline which closed on … Continue reading
The consultation period for the proposed delivery plan for Didcot Garden Town will run from 19th June 2017 to 31st July 2017. The Delivery Plan document and a link to the consultation can be accessed here: www.didcotgardentown.co.uk. Hard copies of … Continue reading
Over the past few months, town and parish councillors, schools, businesses, landowners, partners and residents from Didcot and the surrounding villages have all given their thoughts on what the new Garden Town should include. Draft plans have now been published … Continue reading