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Welcome to the parish website for Radley in Oxfordshire. On the site you will find information for those living in or visiting Radley, thinking of moving here, or just interested in what’s going on in the village. To find out more about the village of Radley, click on the Our Village link above, or on another link for more specific information. If you are a new visitor to the site, why not start with our photographic tour of the village? Other feature pages include Natural History of Radley,  History of the Village and History of the Railway. Please take the time to explore this site. There is lots here for everyone. It is your site. If your particular interest in Radley is not adequately covered, please let us know. New material is always welcome.

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Temporary Road Closure in Kennington Road 16th and 17th April

Temporary Traffic Regulation Notice – S14 Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 In the interests of public safety, it will be necessary for Oxfordshire County Council to close the road and impose a ‘No Waiting’ restriction as detailed above to facilitate carriageway patching works.  A temporary Notice is being made to implement the temporary closure and will …

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Parish Council update for March

Gooseacre consultation You should have received a leaflet from the parish council through your door over the last few days setting out some ideas for what we might do to upgrade the community facilities at Gooseacre. Please have a look. There’s a questionnaire we’d like you to fill in to tell us what use you …

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Gooseacre community consultation

Radley Parish Council has developer funds earmarked for upgrading the community facilities at Gooseacre and has launched a community consultation to find out what residents would like to see done there. A leaflet and questionnaire will be delivered to all households in Radley over the next few days. Residents are invited to read the leaflet …

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Compendium of WW2 memories published

Radley History Club has made a PDF collection of the popular WW2 memories assembled by Christine Wootton, former Club Chairman. The PDF (2.3 MB) is downloadable from the Oral History page of the Radley History Club website. It is in written form, based on interviews from the oral history archives and material acquired by Christine …

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Garden waste collection restarts

The service was suspended due to staffing shortages but is set to resume for Radley residents on 18th February. Please see more information on the Vale of White Horse garden waste page here. The Vale Council says: If you still have your real Christmas tree, as a garden waste customer, it can be collected your …

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Police Neighbourhood update for February

Abingdon Team Newsletter February 2021 Priorities Anti-social behaviour (ASB) In January, officers from the neighbourhood team were granted two closure orders by Oxford Magistrates’ Court. One for a property on Kimmeridge Road, Cumnor and another at Vineyard, Abingdon. Officers applied for the orders following reports of anti-social behaviour, criminality and drug activity. The purpose …

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Parish Council news February 2021

Consultation on the Gooseacre facilities Look out in late February/ early March for a leaflet through your door inviting your views on what should be done to improve the village hall, pavilion and recreational facilities at Gooseacre. The Parish Council has provisionally earmarked £400k from the developer payments we will be receiving over the next …

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Winter Support Grants available to help people hit financially by pandemic

Financial help is still available for people struggling to feed their families or heat their homes this winter as a result of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Oxfordshire County Council, in partnership with the county’s district councils and Citizens Advice services, is offering support to vulnerable residents through a Winter Support Grant. Oxfordshire was awarded …

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Residents in southern Oxfordshire should not go cold and hungry this winter

The Winter Support Grant Scheme is now available for residents in South Oxfordshire and Vale of White Horse who need help to buy food and heating their homes this winter.  South Oxfordshire and Vale of White Horse district councils have been working with Oxfordshire County Council and other district councils to distribute the nearly £1.4million …

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Street Tag app is a winner with Oxfordshire’s children

School pupils and their families in Oxfordshire are being encouraged to join in the fun of using Street Tag, the free smartphone game app that offers rewards for exercise, now in its second season. Since its launch in Oxfordshire in October 2020, the app has been met with enthusiasm by schools and communities with Oxfordshire …

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Garden waste collection suspended temporarily

The Vale of White Horse DC cabinet member for climate emergency and environment explains: Dear Garden Waste customers in Vale of White Horse As some of you already know we have had to temporarily delay the start of our garden waste service which was due to commence on 11 January following the usual suspension over …

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Scammers target residents with promise of coronavirus vaccine

Read this story on the Oxfordshire County Council website here or below: Residents are urged to be on their guard against scammers using the promise of a coronavirus vaccine to con them out of money. Criminals across the country are contacting people out of the blue with offers of a coronavirus vaccination. These approaches have …

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Thames Valley Police Abingdon Team Newsletter January 2021

Happy New Year to all our readers. We hope you have had a peaceful start to 2021. Priorities Anti-social behaviour (ASB) A partial closure order was granted by the courts at a property at The Hawthorns, Thornhill Walk, Abingdon, following work by officers from the Abingdon Problem Solving Team. Actions were carried out around the …

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News from Radley Parish Council

Members of the parish council were saddened to hear of the deaths last month of two of Radley’s most prominent residents, both of whom had made major contributions to the life of the community over the last half century. Dick Crabb died suddenly on 19 November, aged 81. Always a keen footballer, Dick and his …

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