Category Archive: Radley Lakes

Radley Lakes Public Engagement – Masterplan presentation now available to view

There is now a presentation about the Radley Lakes Masterplan available to view, this tells you more about the area and what is planned. Please click here to view the presentation.  

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Radley Lakes Public Engagement

Radley Lakes is the area of former minerals workings to the south of Thrupp Lane.  Already popular, especially over the last six months, the area has much greater potential: as a haven of tranquillity, rich in nature, with a wide range of beautiful walks for healthy exercise. A masterplan is being drawn up to turn …

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Radley Lakes Masterplan Report 12 June 2020

One of the main priorities in the Radley Neighbourhood Plan is the creation of an area of nature conservation and quiet recreation in Radley Lakes.  This report [here] by Cranley Environmental sets out a vision for the future of the area, together with detailed proposals for access, natural habitats and implementation.  It’s an exciting prospect …

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Friends of Radley Lakes Quiz night

Friends of Radley Lakes are holding a Quiz night at Radley Village Hall on Saturday 26th October.  See the poster for full details. 

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Friends of Radley Lakes Wins OCVA Environmental Award

The Certificate awarded to Friends of Radley Lakes   The efforts of many local people have been acknowledged by Friends of Radley Lakes winning the 2013 Oxfordshire Community and Voluntary Action (OCVA) Environmental Award. This award is given to the nominated group that is judged to have had the biggest positive impact on the local environment.   The award …

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Radley Lakes Wetland Centre Activities and Events in 2013 (Jul – Dec)

  Clearing the Lane, 04 July 2013   As a condition of the planning permission, Oxfordshire County Council Highways has insisted upon some improvements to the lane. One of the issues identified is visibility from the junction splay at Sandles, so, today, the Earth Trust used its volunteer workforce to untertake clearance of vegetation …

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Lily Shelter Destroyed by Vandals

Gone!This is all that remains of the Lily Shelter after the irreparably damagedstructure was finally demolished and removed on 22nd August.   Following a series of serious attacks by vandals between March and August 2013, culminating in it being set on fire in two places on the 11th of August, the Lily Shelter at Thrupp …

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Radley Lakes Wetland Centre Activities and Events in 2013 (Jan – Jun)

These pages provide a photographic record of activities and events at Thrupp Lake throughout 2013 where development of a new visitor centre and improved public access to the lake surroundings are being planned by the Earth Trust in collaboration with the local community.   Logging, 03 January 2013 On this mild overcast day, the …

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Didcot ‘A’ Power Station to close on 31st March 2013

Didcot power station in full steam on 3rd October 2012 –a familiar sight that will soon not be seen again.   For more than 40 years, the 6 giant cooling towers and the 200m stack of the 2GW Didcot ‘A’ coal-fired Power Station have been a familiar sight on Radley’s southern skyline. RWE npower, the …

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Planning Permission for New Visitor Centre Granted

Planning permission for the proposed visitor centre at Thrupp Lake has been granted, some 20 months since the Planning Committee referred it back to the officers in June 2011. While Oxfordshire Highways may now have relented in relation to their outright objection, which was the reason for …

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