Church Newsletter – February 2020

Services given below are all in Duns Tew, unless stated otherwise. Details of all Duns Tew services and church activities can be here, or for all services in the benefice.

02.02.202009:30Benefice Candlemas Service with Choir at Westcote Barton
02.02.202017:00Benefice Evening Service in Duns Tew
09.02.202011:00Morning Worship
16.02.202009:00 Breakfast
09:30 Service
Family @church Breakfast
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The Local Electricity Bill

The Bill, if made law, would empower local communities to sell locally generated clean energy directly to local customers by establishing a statutory Right to Local Supply. This is currently impossible because of the huge setup and running costs involved in doing so.
The ultimate result of this would be:

  1. Local communities and businesses could buy their electricity from a local energy company
  2. Building more local renewable energy would be financially viable
  3. Communities would benefit from the revenues that new local energy supply companies would generate, such as more local skilled jobs, energy efficiency schemes and investment in local facilities

If you would like to help, sign up to the campaign, as an individual:

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Patients urged to help the NHS help them this winter

Winter is traditionally the busiest time of year for the NHS, and so patients are being reminded to only use Emergency Departments in Oxford and Banbury in an emergency.

There are a range of alternative options available for non-emergency situations to ensure you get the appropriate care you need, and save an unnecessary trip to the Emergency Department.

What’s available?

Patients urged to help the NHS help them this winter
  • Self-care is the best choice for minor illnesses and injuries – a range of common winter ailments can be treated at home with a well-stocked medicine cabinet. 
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