Category: News

  • River Evenlode Fish Survey

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    The Environment Agency recently carried out a fish survey on a 100m section of the Mill Leat at the Mill Field and a section by the road bridge.  They did this by temporarily stunning the fish with electric anodes and then netting them for measurement. All the fish were returned safely to the river. The…

  • Your Council Needs You!

    Are you committed to helping Charlbury’s community thrive? Are you interested in: Do you know how EASY it is to become a councillor? Come and learn more. Drop-in to see a councillor at the Rose & Crown on Sunday 5th May 17.30-19.00 or 20.00 on Zoom on Monday 6th May Join Zoom Meeting Meeting ID:…

  • Annual Boundary Walk and commemoration of tragedy in 1924

    Sunday 5th May is the date for this year’s Annual Boundary Walk. Why not come along this year and walk around Charlbury over land not usually available to traverse?The walk is 10.5 miles long and classed as ‘medium’ difficulty.Meet your walk leader, Tony Merry, at the Old Oak on Forest Hill at 10am. There will…

  • Proposed new disabled bay on The Slade

    Oxfordshire County Council is consulting on adding a disabled bay to The Slade (East side, outside no. 12). For more details and if you want to enter a response to their consultation visit: https://letstalk.oxfordshire.gov.uk/cherwellwestoxon_dppp_april24 Any objections or other representations on the proposal should be submitted by Friday 17 May 2024.

  • Council surgery cancelled

    Unfortunately the surgery due to be held on 23rd March has had to be cancelled. Apologies from the Town Council.

  • Speedwatch device vandalised

    Dear Charlbury Residents, It has come to our attention that the Speed Indication Device (SID) located onGrammar School Hill was unfortunately vandalized. This regrettable act ofvandalism necessitated the removal of the SID for repairs, rendering it out ofaction for just over a week.We understand the importance of the SID in promoting road safety and its…

  • Town Council elections

    Thinking of standing for the Town Council? Would you like to be more involved in the decision-making process at the council? Do you have the time and ideas to work with your community and council to make further improvements in local services and facilities? Friday 5th April is the deadline for nomination papers to be at the…

  • Skate park safety in sight

    If you wonder up to Ticknell Piece skate park you will see that the massively overgrown hedges have been cut back and a path has been cut through from the playground side. This is to increase visibility and therefore safety of the skate park. The cuttings will be chipped as soon as the ground is…

  • What’s going on at the river?

    UPDATE: Due to current flooding at Mill Field this work has had to be delayed. New start date tbc. Work starts on 21st February at Mill Field to let more light into the river to create a mix of light and shade which will be beneficial for plant and insect life. See the diagram for…

  • Changes to parliamentary boundaries across the West Oxfordshire District to come into effect for next General Election

    07 FEB 2024 The Boundary Commission for England has completed a review of Parliamentary constituencies which will impact communities in the West Oxfordshire District at the next General Election.  Changes to the Parliamentary boundaries mean that West Oxfordshire District will now form part of three parliamentary constituencies, rather than the one it currently does.  Witney…