Sunday, 25 October 2020

Residents pick up rubbish

RESIDENTS collected 18 bags of rubbish from streets in and around Woodcote on Sunday. Sixteen volunteers led by villager Lesley ...

 

Cabins U-turn

Cabins U-turn

A RESTAURATEUR has withdrawn his support for plans for seven log cabins on land off Tidmore Lane, Woodcote. The Highwayman in ...

 

Festive fair

A VIRTUAL Christmas gift fair for people in the Woodcote area will take place at 2pm on November 1. The Christmas Pheasant event, ...

 

Library open

WOODCOTE library re-opened on Tuesday. The facility in Reading Road is operating limited opening hours and with measures to restrict ...

 

Holidays cabins proposed

A HOLIDAY home site with six or seven log cabins could be built on the northern outskirts of Woodcote. Marcellus Brown, from Harrow, ...

 

Camp cleared

TRAVELLERS set up camp in the car park of the old White Lion at Crays Pond. A small group arrived at the former Greene King pub, which ...

 

Airfield to relocate despite gaining protected status

AN airfield near Woodcote will have to relocate despite being granted protected status by South Oxfordshire District Council. Chiltern ...

 

New faces

WOODCOTE Parish Council has two new members. Michael Aldridge, of Wayside Green, and Belinda Hough-Robbins, of Greenmore, were ...

 

The British Modern Military History Society

THE British Modern Military History Society is delighted to continue our first full season of twice monthly talks running until ...

 

Egg vandals

YOUTHS have been throwing eggs and other messy foods at cars and houses in Woodcote. Residents say there have been several such ...

 

All welcome

THE trustees of Woodcote village hall have denied reports on social media that over-70s may not enter the building due to coronavirus ...

 

Statue theft

A SMALL garden statue was stolen from a front garden in Cleeve Down, Goring, on Monday last week. In a separate incident that day, ...

 

Scam warning

A “NOTTINGHAM knocker” was targeting homes in Whitehouse Road, Woodcote, on Tuesday. The scammers sell household goods at inflated ...

 

Mess appeal

RESIDENTS of Woodcote have asked for dog walkers to pick up after their pets after they cleared a large amount of mess from the alley ...

 

Here come the girls...

Here come the girls...

THE Oratory School is now teaching girls for the first time in its 161-year history. The independent Catholic school in Woodcote ...

 

Hit and run cyclist branded ‘cold and callous’

Cyclist who injured woman in collision but carried on riding is branded ‘cold and callous’

A MAN has hit out at a “cowardly” cyclist who hit his wife, seriously injuring her, and then sped off without stopping. Jeanette ...

 

School delighted to welcome girls for first time in history

School delighted to welcome girls for first time in history

THE Oratory School in Woodcote is a co-educational school, welcoming girls alongside boys for the first time in its 161-year history. ...

 

Woman hit by cyclist

A WOMAN suffered head and neck injuries after being hit by a cyclist who fled the scene. The 66-year-old, from Woodcote, was struck ...

 

Youths attack practice goal

A GROUP of youths damaged a practice goal on Woodcote village green. They tried to buckle the crossbar by jumping on it repeatedly ...

 

Lifesaving role

A VOLUNTEER is needed to maintain the public defibrillator at Woodcote village hall. The sucessful candidate will check regularly to ...

 

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