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Welcome to the new parish website for Radley in Oxfordshire. All of the content of the old website has been retained. A great deal of effort has gone into giving the website a more modern look and into making it easier to navigate and find stuff. (The Nature pages have particularly benefited from these improvements.) The blue, gold, red and white colour scheme is largely based upon the village logo (at the bottom of each page). We hope you like the result. The site is still very new and if you come across any teething problems or other issues, please let us know.

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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Local Plan Matters – August 2015

The Parish Council remains active in tracking plans for major housing development in Radley, and in exercising our limited influence to best effect to protect Radley’s interests.  This month, councillors have submitted views to the independent Inspector currently considering the Vale’s Local Plan, and spoken out at a Vale Cabinet meeting to consider what …

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Defibrillator Radley Village Hall

Public access defibrillators installed in Radley

Radley Parish Council installed three defibrillators in the village, aided by grants from British Heart Foundation and Radley Village Shop. Access codes are available from emergency service operators if you have requested an ambulance in the event of a cardiac emergency In an emergency ALWAYS dial 999 first! In the case of a suspected cardiac arrest, time …

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fly tipping prosecution Thrupp Lane

Fly tipping prosecution

On 20 June Oxford Magistrates Court prosecuted an individual for fly tipping in Thrupp Lane, Radley where a deposit of waste was left in February 2015. The incident was investigated by Vale of White Horse District Council and the person was identified from items left in the fly tip.  He was interviewed by enforcement …

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Thames Valley Police neighbourhood update for August

Read the Thames Valley Police neighbourhood update for August by clicking on the link:  KenningtonRadley NH newsletter-Aug2015

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19th Radley Gardens Competition

Radley Garden Competition 27th June 2015 The Parish Council’s nineteenth annual Garden Competition was held on Saturday, 27th June 2015.  BEST GARDENS:  Winner – 34 Sugworth Lane, Runner up – 46 St James Road BEST TUBS/HANGING BASKETS: Winner – 108 Foxborough Road, Runner up –  57 Selwyn Crescent MOST COLOURFUL FLOWER GARDEN: Winner – 9 Foxborough Road, Runner up – 8 Little Howe …

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Thames Water map

THAMES WATER EMERGENCY WORKS IN LOWER RADLEY

Thames Water will be starting work on fixing a section of a burst water main by the Radley Lakes.   From Monday 13 July, there will be drilling under the River Thames by the railway crossing North of Culham train station, as shown on the map. The work is expected to be finished …

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Excavations in Church Road underway on 09 February 2015. Photograph by B Crowley

Featured Picture for February 2015

  Excavations underway in Church Road on 9th February 2015 to undertake major repairs to the sewage system in Radley. At this time a the workmen have sunk a shaft about 8 metres below road level and are undertaking the difficult and unpleasant task of tunnelling horizontally along the line of the sewer into the surrounding …

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May 9th – Results of the Parish Council election

The 11 councillors elected following the Parish Council election held on May 7th are: Shaun Betts, Basil Crowley, Lynda Pasquire Crowley, Priscilla Dudding, Christopher Henderson, Bob Johnston, Dee Kallie, Denis Standen, Jenny Standen, Simon Walker and Ian Yorston. The new council will meet for the first time at the Annual Meeting of the Parish Council on May 21st.  

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