Monday, 25 June 2018

Clean Air Day action

RESIDENTS of Watlington are being urged to mark Clean Air Day. The national day of action on June 21 is designed to highlight the ...

 

Aid total

A TOTAL of £854.53 was raised in Watlington during Christian Aid Week. This comprised street collections totalling £382.13, a church ...

 

Lack of debate ‘more like Beijing’

A WATLINGTON parish councillor has accused South Oxfordshire District Council’s cabinet of failing to properly debate its local plan. ...

 

Volunteers needed for good of town

RESIDENTS of Watlington are being urged to offer their time as volunteers for the good of the town. The plea comes from the parish ...

 

Campaigners appeal for ‘yes’ vote on housing plan

A CAMPAIGN has been launched urging residents to support Watlington’s neighbourhood plan in a referendum later this month. WatYes, ...

 

Missing speaker

NEW Watlington Parish Council chairman Matt Reid was able to see the funny side when one of the speakers at the annual parish meeting ...

 

Volunteers planting

THE first of two events organised by Watlington in Bloom will take place on Sunday from 11am. Heroes Call to Action involves ...

 

Toasting the royal wedding with tea

Toasting the royal wedding with tea

A TEA party was held at Watlington Primary School to mark the royal wedding. Pupils enjoyed party food and cakes baked by parents, who ...

 

Charity quiz

THE Watlington branch of the Royal British Legion will hold a fund-raising quiz night at the Chequers pub on Sunday at 8pm. Teams of ...

 

Nuts banned

WATLINGTON Primary School is reminding parents that it is a nut-free school. It says: “We have several children in school with severe ...

 

Chairman begins with referendum on plan

A NEW chairman of Watlington Parish Council has been appointed just weeks before a referendum on the town’s neighbourhood plan. Matt ...

 

Spring Fair raised £1,000

Spring Fair raised £1,000

HUNDREDS of people attended Watlington Primary School’s annual spring fair. The event, which raised £1,000 for the Love Lane school, ...

 

Cars targeted

POLICE are investigating a spate of thefts from vehicles in Watlington and Lewknor. The number plates were stolen from a vehicle ...

 

Garden talk

LYNDA Warren will give a talk called “A Spoonful of Herbs” to the Watlington Gardening Club on June 6 at 7.45pm in the town hall. 

 

Look out for frogs

WATLINGTON Environment Group wants residents to be on the lookout for frogs, toads and their spawn in the parish. It would like to ...

 

Film showing

A FILM screening will be held in the West Room at Old School Place, Watlington on June 5 from 2pm until 4pm. The title of the film ...

 

Festival charities

FOUR charities are set to benefit from this year’s Beacon Festival. The weekend of music, food and entertainment will be held on June ...

 

School tidy

PARENTS of children at Watlington Primary School are needed to help with maintenance work around the grounds. The “parent army” will ...

 

If you want to become a retained firefighter, it’s tough

If you want to become a retained firefighter, it’s tough

SEVEN people were given a taste of what they would have to go through in order to become retained firefighters. A “have a go” day, ...

 

Man attacked constables

JOSHUA Campbell, 18, of Watlington Road, Lewknor, admitted assaulting two police constables in the execution of their duty in ...

 

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