Author: Liz Cruse
Community Infrastructure - we want your views
Two consultations launch this week into how Vale of White Horse District Council raises money for infrastructure and community facilities needed to support planned growth across the District.
The council is asking the public and local businesses and organisations to comment on the draft Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) Charging Schedule... Read More »
Posted: Tue, 12 Jan 2021 12:00 by Liz Cruse
Being physically active is beneficial to both physical and mental health. Moving more can improve our mental wellbeing by raising self-esteem, improve mood, reduce stress, anxiety, and depression, sleep better, and help connect with others.
GO Active have a wide range of activities to suit all and within all of Oxfordshire's districts. Whether you are looking for a cycle or walking route, a group exercise... Read More »
Posted: Mon, 11 Jan 2021 18:04 by Liz Cruse
from 4 January, national lockdown restrictions mean the following services are available at 14 libraries:
- New click and collect service. This is a free service available to library members! Tell us what sort of books you like to read and choose a library collection point from the list - our experienced and knowledgeable library staff will then handpick up to six books that fit your interests and preferences.... Read More »
Posted: Mon, 11 Jan 2021 18:00 by Liz Cruse
Have Your Say on An Increase To Council Tax Across the Thames Valley
Sent on behalf of the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Thames Valley, Anthony Stansfeld, is seeking your views on a proposed increase to the policing element of council tax for 2021/22.
In response to the exceptional operational demands placed on the police, particularly in response to... Read More »
Posted: Mon, 11 Jan 2021 17:58 by Liz Cruse
On Monday (4/1) Chief Inspector Guy Elkins started in the role, taking over from Chief Inspector Matt Bullivant who has held the role for the last two years.
C/Insp Elkins transferred to Thames Valley Police to work in the regional counter terrorism unit in 2015 following 11 years with Dorset Police.
Throughout his career, C/Insp Elkins has held a variety of different policing roles and has acquired... Read More »
Posted: Mon, 11 Jan 2021 17:56 by Liz Cruse
There is a wide range of activities on offer within Oxfordshire, perfect for families ensuring the county's children are getting their 60 active minutes a day. Active Oxfordshire's Active 60 campaign is leading the way in getting this achieved. For families, GO Active is here to help you and your family find great activities and tips to get you all moving more!
https://www.getoxfordshireactive.org/activities-for-families... Read More »
Posted: Mon, 11 Jan 2021 17:51 by Liz Cruse
Notice if hereby given that due to the resignation of Cllr Joy Hyde a vacancy exists in Milton Parish Council.
Please see attached document for further information.
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Posted: Tue, 05 Jan 2021 13:03 by Liz Cruse
Here's what Tier 4 means for us:
- You cannot leave your house unless you have a "reasonable excuse"
- You cannot meet anybody indoors (including over the rest of the Christmas and the New Year period) unless you live with them or they are part of your support bubble
- Outdoors, you can only meet one person from another household in public places
- Non-essential retail will close unless they open for click-and-collect... Read More »
Posted: Mon, 04 Jan 2021 10:05 by Liz Cruse
Action Fraud has seen a surge in reports relating to fake emails and texts purporting to be from DPD. The messages claim that DPD was "unable to deliver your parcel today" and provide instructions on how the recipient can arrange another delivery. The links in the emails and texts lead to fake websites that are designed to steal money, as well as personal and financial information.
Victims of this scam... Read More »
Posted: Mon, 04 Jan 2021 10:02 by Liz Cruse
Thames Valley Police set for a further increase in officers and additional funding
- Thames Valley Police is set to receive an additional £12.6m in direct funding from the Home Office as part of this settlement
- Funding increased for a further 179 police officers in the second tranche of the national police officer uplift programme
Posted: Mon, 04 Jan 2021 09:53 by Liz Cruse