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NOTICE OF AUDIT FOR ARNCOTT PARISH COUNCIL

Linked here is the notice of the annual audit for Arncott Parish Council

 

Arncott MotoX Inquiry Decision Notice
We have been asked a number of times for information regarding the inquiry decision on Arncott MotoX. Please click here for details and / or check out the Motox folder in the Library section.

 

Woodpiece Road Car Park construction
Please click here to go to the Library and select "other" to view the associated documents

 

Village News
The Parish Matters magazine is delivered (almost) every month. If you don't receive a copy, please let us know. Refer to the Library section for previous issues of the magazine.

 

Village Hall
If you'd like to help, please contact us here.

 

Village Shop
Don't forget to make use of the shop in Arncott. Village shops are dying out as they struggle to compete against the supermarkets. Use it or lose it! There are loads of offers available there and as Tom once said to me, "If you can't find it, ask me and I'll find it. If I haven't got it, I'll get it". Can't say fairer than that!! If you want to contact the shop, then call 01869 388223 and speak to them. Here is their hygiene rating from the Scores on the Doors website in case you were wondering.

 

 

05 December 2018Notice of cancellation of the January 2019 parish council meeting

The parish council meeting that was scheduled to be carried out on the 1st of January 2019 at 7.30pm in the village hall has been cancelled.

The next parish council meeting will be on Tuesday the 5th of February 2019 in the village hall at the normal time of 7.30pm.

05 November 2018Opposition to the cancellation of the school bus

Oxfordshire County Council have recently put forward a decision to cancel the school bus service for children from Arncott to Ambrosden. The parish council objects to this and has given its support to the parents fighting this decision. We have also written a letter giving our viewpoint on the woefully inadequate review of the route between Arncott and Ambrosden that people would be forced to walk. The review didn't take into consideration ANY part of the route that exists within Upper or Lower Arncott; rather the review started at the end point of the village from Lower Arncott exiting towards Ambrosden. While that part of the route has its own dangers, we also felt that the route was treacherous within the village itself and should form part of the decision process which is why we wrote this letter.

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