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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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Get Your Programme and Entry Form for the Radley Flower Show

This year’s Radley Flower Show will be held on Saturday 25th June at the Radley Village Hall and Gooseacre playing field. The flower show is a friendly, amateur competition and the whole family can take part; it is open to all, including non-Radley residents. There are lots of exciting categories for you to enter (much …

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Casual vacancy

Due to the resignation of Cr Blagrove, a vacancy has arisen in the parish of Radley. The vacancy will be filled by election if within fourteen working days* of the date of this notice, any ten electors of the parish submit a written request to the Returning Officer, Vale of White Horse District Council, 135 …

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Photograph of cyclists

The Women’s Tour is coming to Radley

Update: The cyclists are expected to be in Radley around 14.45 on Saturday 11th June.  Full timings here The race will start in Chipping Norton around 11am and will then pass through Cherwell and West Oxfordshire before entering the Vale by crossing the River Thames at Radcot around 12.50pm.  The riders will then race through …

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Photograph of the noticeboard at the Lower Radley junction

The noticeboard is back

Thanks to Village Lengthsman’s sterling work, the open noticeboard at the Lower Radley junction is back and ready for you to use.  The board needed new posts after a battering by Storm Franklin and Chris has taken the opportunity to clean, sand and reseal the board itself so it looks as good as new and …

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Parish Meeting 21st May in the Bowyer Arms at 11am

Come along and hear updates on local issues that the Council has been addressing over the last 12 months and plans for the next 12 months Agenda: Chairman’s introduction Projects update Questions and items raised by those present All electors of the parish are invited to attend Lynda Crowley (Chairman) 9.5.22

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Picture of Radley Village Hall viewed from the playing field

This weekend – Come and see the exhibition of Architect’s plans for Gooseacre

There will be an exhibition of the parish council architect’s plans for upgrading the village hall, sports pavilion and surrounding area at Gooseacre in the village hall on Saturday 30 April – 2.00 pm to 5.00 pm Sunday 1 May – 10.30 am to 1.00 pm Please come along to have a look at the …

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Update on the Council Tax rebate for bands A-D

The Vale of White District Council says: Following our email last month, we thought it would be helpful to provide an update on the £150 ‘rebate’ that the government is providing to help households in council tax bands A-D with their energy bills.  We are about to start making rebate payments to households that pay …

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Parish Council update for May

Gooseacre exhibition For those of you who read this early enough, a final reminder that there will be an exhibition of our architect’s drawings for major improvements to the village hall, pavilion and surrounding area in the village hall on Saturday 30 April: 2.00 pm to 5.00 pm Sunday 1 May: 10.30 am to 1.00 …

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Radley Retirement Group – Newsletter May 2022

What we have been doing We had a very enjoyable holiday in Malta.  The hotel was excellent as was the food and trips arranged.  Many thanks must go to Judith Bland for all her hard work over the last two years in securing the holiday. Unfortunately, several of the party caught Covid on the return …

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Picture of Radley Village Hall viewed from the playing field

Parish Council update for April

Architect’s plans for Gooseacre: exhibition on weekend of 30 April/1 May There will be an exhibition of the parish council architect’s plans for upgrading the village hall, sports pavilion and surrounding area at Gooseacre in the village hall on Saturday 30 April – 2.00 pm to 5.00 pm Sunday 1 May – 10.30 am to …

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Radley Retirement Group – Newsletter April 2022

What we have been doing April was our AGM where it was decided that the entrance fee would change from £1 to £2 starting in April.  It was also decided to reluctantly increase the annual subs from £8pp (or £14 for a couple) to £10 for everyone, beginning in January next year.  This has come …

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Parish Council update for March

Sewage worries again…. There have been three incidents of sewage overflow from manholes in Church Road over the last couple of months, and activity by Thames Water’s contractors, Lanes, to pump out sewage from under the allotments. Thames Water wrote to the parish council in mid-February to say that the first of the Church Road …

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Notice of roadworks in Thrupp Lane and Radley Road 7-11 March

A request has been received from Sunbelt Rentals for a temporary road closure to apply to a section of Thrupp Lane whilst cabling for new customer works are carried out. A temporary Notice is being made to implement the temporary closures and will operate from the 07 March 2022 up to and including the 11 …

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Radley Retirement Group – Newsletter March 2022

What we have been doing Sam Mallett gave us a very interesting talk about gardening at our February meeting.  She brought with her several garden plants and told us where they should be planted and how to care for them.  She answered lots of questions from members.  The plants were sold at the end of …

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