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  1. Play areas to begin re-opening in the Vale – but please stay safe and wash your hands! — July 3, 2020
  2. Playground to open shortly — July 2, 2020
  3. Parish Council update for July — July 2, 2020
  4. Parish Council accounts to March 31st 2020 published — July 1, 2020
  5. Accounts 2020-21 — July 1, 2020

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Play areas to begin re-opening in the Vale – but please stay safe and wash your hands!

The District Council reports that the Play areas in the Vale of White Horse managed by them will begin to re-open from Monday 6 July.  Vale of White Horse District Council will carry out a phased re-opening – this means play areas will only re-open once safety checks have been carried out and officers are happy …

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Playground to open shortly

Following the recent government announcement that play areas can re-open, the Parish Council is working to re-open the Gooseacre play area and manage risk.   The play area has had a full inspection which has uncovered a small number of defects which the inspector advises should be remedied before opening.  Subject to the availability of materials, …

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Parish Council update for July

Parish Council vacancies There are two vacancies on the parish council following the resignation of Elaine Walton and Jenny Buzzard earlier this year. We will be seeking to fill these vacancies by co-option. Information on when and how co-option will take place will be placed on the village website as soon as these matters are …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.radleyvillage.org.uk/parish-council-update-for-july-2/

Parish Council accounts to March 31st 2020 published

Radley Parish Council has published its accounts for the year to March 31st 2020.  The draft financial statement can be viewed here: Draft financial statement 31 March 2020 Notice of Public Rights 2 July to 14th August 2020

Permanent link to this article: http://www.radleyvillage.org.uk/parish-council-accounts-to-march-31st-2020-published/

Accounts 2020-21

Precept 2020-2021 :  The Council resolved at its December 2018 meeting that for the 6th year that the Parish Council component of your council tax should not increase and the Band D equivalent would remain at £60.07.  This means that as long as an individual’s personal circumstances haven’t changed there will be no increase in the …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.radleyvillage.org.uk/accounts-2020-21/

Accounts 2019-20

  The most up to date financial statement can be found appended to the minutes of each monthly parish council meeting. Draft financial statement 31 March 2020 Notice of Public Rights 2 July to 14th August 2020    

Permanent link to this article: http://www.radleyvillage.org.uk/draft-financial-statement-march-31st-2020/

Temporary Road Closure – Radley, Foxborough Road and Parking Suspension St James Road

A request has been received from KCD / Thames Water for a temporary road closure to apply to a section of Foxborough Road whilst new water connection works are carried out. A temporary Notice is being made to implement the temporary closures and will operate from the 27th up to and including the 31st July …

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Parish Council meeting 25th June 2020 – AGENDA

AGENDA June 2020

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Vale District Council reminds residents to recycle responsibly

Thousands of residents in southern Oxfordshire have found their recycling bins unemptied each week because they have put the wrong things in them. The Vale District Council advises that putting non-recyclable items in recycling can contaminate a whole truckload, which is then rejected at the recycling facility. This turns neighbours’ recycling into rubbish and ultimately …

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St James Terrace “mini meadow”

You may have noticed a change in the verge in St James Terrace at the junction with Foxborough Road.   Roadside verges are increasingly important for wildlife and increasing biodiversity. Over 97% of ancient wild flower meadows have been destroyed since the 1930s. Road verges are a vital refuge for many bees, butterflies, birds, bats and …

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