Thames Water need to close Main Street at the Hempton end, from the 2nd up to and including the 5th December 2019.
This is a 24 hour per day closure.
Access will be maintained for emergency service vehicles and for those frontages within the closure area, subject to the progress of the works and liaison with the works supervisor.
SUGGESTED ALTERNATIVE ROUTE: via North Aston Road-A4260 Oxford Road-New Street-High Street-B4031 Hempton Road-unnamed road to Duns Tew and vice versa
Saturday 26 October – 7.15 start in the Village Hall
Supper by “Pollocks” Fish and Chip Van
Amazing quiz fun to be enjoyed!
Ticket Enquiries to Sarah Taylor 340827
The Parish Council, in partnership with the Parochial Church Council, are holding a village commemoration for Remembrance Sunday as we remember the dead of both world wars and all those who have died as a result of war.
As we have no war memorial, a temporary memorial will be set up on the triangle of land opposite the church on Main Street. In collaboration with the church the two minutes silence will be kept at 11am on Sunday 10th November, a wreath will be laid by children from the village and there will be a short ceremony outside prior to the service in Church.
All are warmly invited to attend. (It would be very much appreciated if traffic could be kept to a minimum between 10.50 and 11.15)
Cokethorpe is an independent, co-educational school for four to eighteen-year-olds, providing a liberal education amidst 150 acres of beautiful parkland, ten miles to the west of Oxford.
We have an extensive bus network which now includes pick-ups from the villages of Great Tew, Little Tew and Duns Tew.
If you would like to arrange a visit or to find out more, please contact email@example.com or call 01993 703921.
Do you run or volunteer for a local club, group, or charity that benefits your community? If so, we would love to hear from you.
Cherwell District Council has set up the Cherwell Lottery to benefit not-for-profit groups all over the district. Eligible good causes are supported through a free and simple joining process.
You encourage members and supporters to buy £1 tickets through your dedicated page on our secure Cherwell Lottery website. Your group receives a guaranteed 50% of all ticket income and ticket buyers have the chance to win up to £25,000!
Cherwell District Council are re-appraising the Duns Tew Conservation Area and would like to hear your views.
Monday 16th September 2019, 16:00 – 20:00
Duns Tew Village Hall, Middle Barton Road, OX25 6JW
9th September 12:00 – 21st October
The draft appraisal can be viewed at:
- Bodicote House
- Banbury Library
Conservation Area Appraisal
Conservation area status is awarded to places that are deemed to be of ‘special architectural or historic interest’. The intention of designating a conservation area is not to prevent change or development but to positively manage change in order to protect or enhance the special character and appearance of an area.
The draft conservation area appraisal and management plan is the first review and appraisal of the Duns Tew Conservation area, which was first designated in December 2005
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