During World War One, more than 18 million people were killed and 23 million were wounded. From Britain, 6 million fought; 1.7 million were wounded; 65,000 were shell-shocked; 170,000 became prisoners and 772,000 died. No community was untouched.
We have gathered here today to remember all those from this community of Duns Tew who were caught up in the courageous but tragic events of two World Wars, those women and men who have died in earlier and subsequent wars.
We remember those who were killed in action; or disease; the bereaved; the lost; the families which were shattered; the wounded; the maimed; and injured; those who held in silence unspeakable memories of warfare.
They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old: Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun and in the morning We will remember them.
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!
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
Please contact us at:
Design and Conservation
Cherwell District Council, Bodicote House, Bodicote. Banbury, OX15 4AA
Cyclists from across the county are being invited to complete a survey about what they like or dislike about cycling in Oxfordshire.
The results will be used by Oxfordshire County Council to help shape Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plans (LCWIPs) – new plans to radically improve Oxfordshire’s cycling network and make it attractive, comfortable and easy to use for all cyclists.
Oxfordshire county council has an ambition to enhance walking and cycling routes across the county to help people improve their health and wellbeing, whilst also reducing pollution and congestion. This is part of our work to make towns, villages and the city healthier places to live and deliver on our climate change emergency commitments.
Have your say by completing the survey: https://www.oxfordshire.gov.uk/cyclesurvey Please be aware the weblink takes you onto a page that say ‘other ways to complete your survey’. Click this button and it will take you through to the survey.
Patrick Lingwood Active and Healthy Travel Officer • Infrastructure Strategy & Policy • Communities: Planning & Place Oxfordshire County Council