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Announcements

Notice of election

See the Parish Council page.

Footpath over Benson Lock is now open again

The path over the weir has been refurbished with new deck and rails.

134 bus (Wallingford to Goring) petition

Link to online petition and details can be found on the news page.

Parish Flood Plan

New information/action manual for flooding in the Parish. See the Parish Council page for details.

OCC Bus Subsidy review

Bus no. 125 now included in this review. Find out how to have your say here.

Mongewell site planning application get approval from SODC

On Monday 8th September, 6pm - SODC planning meeting, the Mongewell application was granted approval. More here.

Parish Council vacancies

2 vacancies. To find out more and to apply, see the Parish Council page.

Groundwater problem in Crowmarsh - report by Dr N. Robins

See the news page for the full report.

Traffic Calming on A4074 Portway

The Parish Council is exploring ways of making it safer for pedestrians to cross the A4074 Portway. Read more here.

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Upcoming Events

Parish Council Meeting

19:30 - 22:00 Thursday 4th June 2015

Crowmarsh Village Hall

Parish Council Meeting

19:30 - 22:00 Thursday 2nd July 2015

North Stoke Village Hall

Oxfordshire News from the BBC

Triple murder suspect found dead

The former premises of a second-hand car sales business is wrecked by fire.

Fire wrecks vacant car sales lot

A man takes a retro approach to a cycling record attempt by pedalling as far as he can in 60 minutes on a vintage Raleigh Chopper.

Cyclist attempts record on Chopper

An Oxford engineer's attempts to break the British two-wheeled land speed record with his jet-powered bike is delayed because of bad conditions.

Jetbike's record attempt delayed

Students at Oxford University vote to retain the tradition of wearing smart clothes and gowns to sit their exams.