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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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Radley Retirement Group – Newsletter February 2022

What we have been doing Chris took charge of our Annual Auction for our first meeting of 2022. We had a wide variety of gifts brought by members to auction and all of them were taken up in the auction. Thank you to all those who either brought gifts to auction or bought on the …

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Forthcoming closure of Church Road for resurfacing works

Oxfordshire Highways give notice of future road works: Temporary Traffic Regulation Notice – S14 Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 Temporary Road Closure at Radley, Church Road A request has been received from M & J Evans Construction Ltd for a temporary road closure to apply to a section of Church Road whilst resurfacing works are …

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Parish Council update for January 2022

As we reach the end of 2021, it seems a good moment to look back and reflect on the parish council year – what has been achieved and what has not gone the way we would have liked. February 2021 saw major sewage flooding into homes and gardens in Lower Radley. Despite a sustained campaign …

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Community facility at The Lawns: public meeting

The Parish Council is currently inviting views on ideas for what we might do with a 0.44 acre site on the east side of The Lawns development in the north of the parish, which has been set aside for community use. There is a consultation paper and online questionnaire on this website here. …

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Emergency road closure Church Road

Church Road will be closed until 24 November to enable Thames Water to carry out emergency repairs.  Details supplied by Oxfordshire County Council are below Temporary Traffic Regulation Notice – S14 Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 Temporary Emergency Road Closure at Radley, 15A Church Road, OX14 3AT Oxfordshire County Council has been informed of a …

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Radley Heritage Walk – now available

Discover the history of Radley by comparing old photos with what you see now. Pick up a free Heritage Walk leaflet from various sites around the village, including the Bowyer Arms, where the walk starts. The leaflet features 24 points of interest and includes a map. The walk is in two halves, both starting at …

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Parish Council news for November

New parish ‘lengthsman’ We hope readers will have noticed areas in the parish looking rather smarter recently. Chris Lee, our new lengthsman, started work with us in September and is already having an impact. A main project to date has been tidying up around the village hall and playground. Chris has dug back 8-10 inches …

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Rags 2 Riches collection in aid of Radley Primary School

The Friends of Radley Primary School are delighted to announce another Rags 2 Riches collection which will be held the morning of Monday 22nd of November. Clothing can be dropped off at the school and left under the blue tarpaulin from the day before. Details of what is accepted is on the poster. Please think …

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Garden waste collection update

The garden waste service will return to its normal fortnightly collections from next week (28th October). The normal garden waste collection schedule in Vale will resume on 25 October and so from that day onwards, customers can put their brown garden waste bins out on their normal collection day in their recycling week every fortnight. As mentioned last …

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Radley Retirement Group – Newsletter November 2021

We had a very interesting talk in October from Peter Hague about his life as an “extra” in films and television.  It gave us an insight into the background of making a television programme.  He said that there was a lot of waiting around and time to eat too much!!!! The first trip of the year …

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Parish Council update for October

Church Road works We are hoping that work to the Church Road carpark will be finished by the time you read this in early October. This is the first of the parish council’s Community Infrastructure Levy projects to be completed on the ground. It’s good to begin to see tangible results. Unfortunately, continuing disruption and …

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Radley Retirement Group – Newsletter October 2021

For the meeting in September we had a talk by Cyril Mannion entitled “From Routine to Abnormal in the Blink of an Eye.”  This gave us an insight into the problems which may arise for a pilot when encountering a sudden crisis mid-air.  It was comforting to know that they are trained to deal with …

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Notice of planned overnight works on the railway line

16/9/2021 Network Rail has given the Parish Council advanced notice that they will be writing to residents warning of planned overnight works to replace sections of the railways stones along the tracks in Radley. The text of their letter is copied here. Upgrading the railway tracks between Didcot and Culham to Radley. We’re working with …

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Radley Village Shop Association – Grants available to local organisations

Radley Village Shop Association invites applications from local organisations for a grant for a project with a social or charitable purpose within the community served by Radley Village Shop. Organisations that have received grants in previous years are welcome to apply again this year. The total money available in 2021 for grants is £1000. The amount …

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