Save money on energy bills! – Citizens Advice tips As mild December gives way to a colder, frostier new year, Citizens Advice Oxfordshire South and Vale is encouraging people to analyse their home energy spending and take steps to cut down on fuel wastage. The charity has these tips: Check your bills carefully and make […]
Have you been a victim of crime or abuse? Being a victim or a witness of a crime can be an emotional and difficult time. Victims First provides free emotional and practical support to all victims and witnesses of crime or abuse, as well as family members of victims. It is available across Berkshire, Buckinghamshire […]
There is one week until the survey on the proposed increase to council tax closes. Please can you remind local residents to take the opportunity to complete the survey and have their say. The survey can be found at http://sgiz.eu/s3/Policing-budget-council-tax-2019-20 The closing date is Wednesday 9th January at 5pm.
P18/V2788/FUL Artistic trail through the village Watchfield Parish Council FULLY SUPPORTS this application. The project has been overseen by the Vale of White Horse District Council’s Arts Officer using S106 developer money sought by the District Council specifically for this purpose. Consultations with the village have been as part of the Community Led Plan […]
Residents in Vale of White Horse are being reminded that their waste and recycling collections will change over the Christmas and New Year period. The information on the changes and on what to do with extra recycling and food waste at this time of year is on our website . There are also details on […]
Temporary Traffic Regulation Notice – S14 Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 Temporary Road Closure at Watchfield, Oak Road SN6 8TD A request has been received from Wales and West Utilities for a temporary road closure to apply to a section of Oak Road whilst Gas Mains works are carried out. A temporary Notice is being […]
Christmas Prize Bingo at Watchfield Village Hall with large Christmas raffle. Doors open 7pm, eyes down 7.30pm. Free refreshments at interval. Everyone welcome.
Begin the run up to Christmas with this atmospheric service at St Thomas’ at 5pm followed by mulled wine and mince pies at Watchfield Village Hall.