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We hope that both parishioners and visitors 

to the village will find this information useful.  If you 

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website, then please contact the Clerk info@minsterlovell-pc.gov.uk

 

Pages recently updated:-

 

Meeting Agendas - 10 April 2014
Planning Applications - 7 April 2014
Village Organisations - 7 April 2014

Meeting Minutes -

11 March 2014
Village News -  11 February 2014
Allotments 20 August 2013

Next meeting details:- 

  

Parish Council Meeting

Monday 29th April, 8.00pm

at St Kenelm's Hall

 

   
 

General Notices

 
 

 
 

 
  Have you ever wondered how long you will have to wait for the next bus?

With the clever help of satellite technology, bus users can track the location of local bus services and retrieve relevant data to their mobile phones.  Click here to download a self explanatory pdf leaflet Minster Lovell's bus stops are listed here.

 
Witney Gazette: High Sheriff award winners 'an inspiration for us all' (Witney Gazette - 27 Feb 2014)

THEY go the extra mile to make a difference to the lives of others.

And the efforts of 17 workers and volunteers have been recognised in Oxfordshire’s High Sheriff awards.

Nominations were made by teams and individuals and cover all aspects of life, from promoting community integration to working with the homeless, promoting diversity and supporting communities.

The county’s High Sheriff Graham Upton will present them with the awards at a special ceremony at County Hall on Tuesday.

Prof Upton said: “These are all people who have had a high impact on the lives of others over a sustained period of time and have been recognised by other people as inspirational and as setting an example for others to follow.”

Cllr Tom Smith

MINSTER Lovell Parish Councillor Tom Smith is known for helping people with practical tasks such as fixing gates and painting fences.

The 89-year-old has served on the parish council for more than 40 years and said: “I would like to say I am retired but intend to keep going as long as my health will let me.”

The Parish Council feel that Mr Smith’s helpfulness in the community where nothing is too much trouble for him and people are not afraid to ask him for help over many years, is worthy of recognition through the High Sheriff’s award for helpfulness in the neighbourhood.

 

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www.oxfordshireccg.nhs.uk

A new website full of information and health advice.

 

 
 

Flood Information

Flood information can be found on the following pages:-

 

West Oxfordshire District Council's webpage - Flooding

Oxfordshire County Council website - Flooding | Oxfordshire County Council

Environment Agency's website www.environment-agency.gov.uk/homeandleisure/floods/default.aspx

 

Sandbags

When there is an imminent risk of flooding, sandbags are given out free of charge. West Oxfordshire District Council will deliver sandbags to the elderly or disabled at times of need.

To arrange collection of ready-made sandbags from Witney call:

  • 01993 861000

In an emergency loose sand and bags are available for householders to make up themselves at the following neighbourhood sandbag centres:

 
 

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Minster Lovell Parish Council is pleased to announce the publication of its new email newsletter service that aims to provide current important information, publicise village events and detail useful 'need to know' information.  If you would like to subscribe to the service or have a village event to be included, please contact the Clerk by clicking here.  

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Repatriation of fallen
service personnel

 

A group of parishioners have organised repatriation assemblies at the south end of the village at the junction of the Brize Norton road and the A40 slip road.

Car parking is available at the Minster Lovell Scout Group car park. 

Contact has been made with the repatriation organizing group at Brize Norton so the cortege will slow down at the junction allowing the assembled people to pay their respects. Posters informing the Village of any forthcoming repatriation will be displayed at the Spar Shop and at the Post Office.

Anyone wishing to know details of repatriation can log on to:-

www.oxfordshire.gov.uk/cms/content/repatriation-fallen-service-personnel and register for an email to be sent to them direct.

 
 

 

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