Monthly Archives: April 2014

Deadline looms for potential town councillors

As we mentioned here last week, the deadline for people to nominate themselves for the vacant position of councillor on Chipping Norton Town Council is this Thursday – 24 April. So if you are interested in local issues, politics, and … Continue reading

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Public exhibition on Penhurst plans

Savills, the agents appointed by Action for Children to develop the Penhurst School site, are to hold a public exhibition on development plans. It is proposed that the site on New Street, which has been empty for a year since … Continue reading

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Could you be our new Town Councillor?

Town councillor David Lydiat has resigned from the council due to now working outside of the area and being unable to be as involved in town matters as he would like. This leaves a vacancy on Chipping Norton Town Council, … Continue reading

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New look for Cornish Road flats

The new look for the flats on Cornish Road is now clear underneath the scaffolding – do you like it?

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Have your say on NHS mental health services for the elderly

A public meeting is being held on 15 April in Banbury Town Hall at 7.30pm. This will discuss the provision of NHS mental health services for the elderly in North Oxfordshire. There is a similar meeting planned for Chipping Norton … Continue reading

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Have your say at the annual Town Meeting

The annual Town Meeting is taking place at the Town Hall this Thursday, chaired by our mayor Mike Tysoe. The meeting is an opportunity for everyone in Chipping Norton to come and tell the town council what they’re concerned about, … Continue reading

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