Residents

News and Reports of interest to Residents

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  • Trees and Overhead Wires Please be aware that recent power cuts in Lower Heyford have been entirely due to trees coming into contact with overhead wires and causing a short circuit. SSE are aware of this problem and have attempted to contact owners of properties where overhanging trees are causing problems. SSE have, however, been refused entry to some ...
  • “Lower Heyford Village School and its three remarkable women” by Peter Deeley Local author, Peter Deeley, has produced another book about an aspect of the history of the village.
  • Vacancy for Parish Councillor – September 2018 LOWER HEYFORD PARISH COUNCIL ** Fed up with dog mess in the village ? ** ** Got a Planning problem ?** **  Got an idea about something? ** **  Want to know how your council tax is spent ?** If you want to know the answers to any of these why not become a Parish Councillor ? There is a ...
  • Major development proposed for Lower Heyford Important notice to all residents of Lower Heyford and Caulcott You may have seen, or may shortly see, the following piece in the Valley News: “A few weeks ago, surveyors were seen working busily in Station Road, Lower Heyford. They were from a firm called Stilwell’s, who turned out to be working for a developer named Bonnar ...
  • Lower Heyford Village School – history – can you help? REQUEST FOR INFORMATION ‘I am researching the history of Lower Heyford village school. It would have been its 150th anniversary in May 2017 and I would like to publish a book to coincide with that date. I already have a considerable amount of early material but am looking for VOLUME 2 ...
  • POLICE : Update for January 2016 We were working hard throughout the Christmas period and although the usual excesses of the season lead to some unruly behaviour, thankfully it remained relatively calm. Some of the team worked over Christmas and were kept busy dealing with a variety of calls. New Years Eve saw two of the team working over midnight and ...
  • POLICE: Theft From Vehicle- Upper Heyford 16/01/2016 Message sent by Chris Kidd (Police, Police Community Support Officer (PCSO), Cherwell LPA) Theft from Vehicle -Can you help? Overnight between 13th and 14th January 2016 a van was broken into on Broadway, Upper Heyford and items taken. Offenders have forced open the rear doors and among items taken were two Makita Drills. We do not wish to alarm ...
  • Police – Join Us For An Online Discussion About Rural Crime In Your Area Message sent by Amy Singleton (Police, Comms, Thames Valley) Local Inspector’s John Batty and Matt Fishwick will be holding an online discussion with residents from Cherwell and West Oxfordshire between 6.30pm and 7.30pm on Thursday (14/1). The web chat will provide you with an opportunity to ask Cherwell Inspector John Batty and West Oxfordshire Inspector Matt Fishwick questions ...
  • Mid-Cherwell Neighbourhood Plan Forum The Mid-Cherwell Neighbourhood Plan Much more housing is going to be built in Cherwell over the next few years, and with it will come the impact of increased traffic and other travel issues, and a need for more community facilities of all kinds. Our parish council is participating in the development of a new community-based ...
  • 24/07/15 – Twenty’s plenty in Lower Heyford! In an attempt to make our village a safer place, the Parish Council have invested in speed signs to encourage drivers to reduce speed around the village. These have been put up along Freehold Street and the response from local residents has been very encouraging. Everyone is very much in favour of the ...