In March 2021, the Government published a new National Bus Strategy (External link)which sets out a framework for how bus services can recover from the Covid-19 pandemic and a vision for future improvements across England. To meet this challenge, Oxfordshire County Council is working with the bus companies in our area to create a Bus Service Improvement […]
West Oxfordshire District Council is reviewing its provision of litterbins across the district to make it easier for residents and visitors to dispose of their rubbish responsibly, helping to keep communities litter free. At the same time, the Council is investing in new litter bins so that older bins, which are reaching the end of […]
The Oxfordshire Plan 2050 is a long-term plan that will set a framework for future planning decisions.Oxfordshire County Council want your views on the policies they’ve suggested to help Oxfordshire: Address climate change Improve environmental quality Create strong and healthy communities Plan for sustainable travel and connectivity Create jobs and provide homes The consultation […]
Flytipping in the parish can be reported in two ways. Report on WODC’s website:https://www.westoxon.gov.uk/environment/fly-tippingWhen making a report its useful to have the following information– the exact location– the type of waste and approximately how much there is of it– any information known about the flytipper– any photographs of the waste If the waste is on […]
The next council meeting will be held on Tuesday 06 July at 7.30 pm, at Spelsbury Memorial Hall Due to COVID restrictions the maximum capacity for members of the public who wish to attend is 11. The agenda can be viewed on the website.https://spelsbury.org/parish…/meeting-minutes-and-agendas
Spelsbury Parish Council will be holding a community litter pick on Saturday 19 June at 10 am, meeting at Spelsbury Memorial Hall. Rubbish bags will be provided, but please bring your own gloves.