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Radley in Pictures – a selection of images from 2014



January 2014

Flooded meadows in Lower Radley at one with the River Thames. See news story for more pictures.


photograph by B Crowley



February 2014

Flooded meadows in Lower Radley on 16th of February. Flooding continues to be a problem in the Thames Valley, though the situation now seems to be improving. See news story for more pictures.


photograph by B Crowley



 April 2014

This sweeping view across the Oxford Green Belt, taken from near the church car park on 8th April, is one of those threatened by the proposals to build over 700 new homes in Radley (see News story). The SE corner of the city is just visible near the horizon on the left. The rising land to the right is the northern edge of the Nuneham Courtenay escarpment, which bounds the east bank of the River Thames. A train can be seen travelling between Oxford and Didcot. It is amazing that the so called review of the Green Belt regards this land to be in some sense failing to meet the Green Belt criteria in terms of openness, natural beauty and the setting of the City.  


photograph by B Crowley



 December 2014

A dazzling display of Christmas illuminations in Spinneys Close, December 2014.

Christmas illuminations, Spinneys Close, December 2014. Photograph by B Crowley

photograph by B Crowley


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