There were apologies from Councillors Griffiths and Jelfs and District Councillor Andrew McHugh.  A presentation from Ian Jones, Paramedic/Community Defibrillation Officer, South Central Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust was received with regard to community defibrillators.
Open Forum:  The consultation process with regard to the proposed use of the Parish Council’s land on Milton Road was queried.
Reports from County and District Councillors:   A report from CC Arash Fatemian was circulated.  DC Chris Heath reported on her support for a defibrillator in the village and CDCouncillor Barry Wood, with regard to the proposals of a Unitary Authority in Oxfordshire.
Planning:   No observations had been made in respect of:
Mr Frank McCusker – The Bothy, Sir George’s Lane
Wadworth & Co Ltd – Coach and Horses, The Green
Mrs Leonie Harper – Home Farm House, Manor Road
Rev. Stephen Fletcher – St Mary’s Church, Mill Lane
Mr Richard White – 7 St Mary’s Road
Objections had been raised concerning:
Nicholas King Homes – Plot 15, 30, 3 Milton Road
Currently under consideration:
Mrs Jo Borg – Farthing Cottage, Chapel Lane
Mr William Aylward – Pine Trees, Berry Hill Road
Mrs Sadie Harper – 3 Church Close
Mr and Mrs Hawkins – Tryad House, High Street
Comments submitted by the Clerk to CDC with regard to PC concern over the materials being used on the Milton Road North site were noted.
New Homes Bonus:  The New Homes Bonus 2017/18 was allocated to the Ice House, Friends Meeting House and the play equipment project.
Neighbourhood Plan:  A progress report was given by ANP Chairman Sam Brown.
PC Surgeries:  Two residents reported that construction vehicles from the Barwood Homes site on Banbury Road were parking in the bus lay-by next to the site.  The PC had been assured that this would not continue.
Play Areas:  There were no health and safety issues at The Rise, Lucy Plackett field or Adderbury Lakes.
Reports:   Reports on the library and Footpaths and Rights of Way were noted.
Recycling Bins:  It was agreed that the recycling bins in the lay-by on Banbury Road should not be removed but CDC would be asked to clear the remaining rubbish and debris.
High Sheriff’s Award:  It was agreed that the nomination process would be more widely advertised in the village so that individuals could make their own nominations.
Summer Fete:   It was agreed that the fete could be held on the playing field on Saturday 10th June 2017.
Next Meeting:  28 March 7.30 pm Church House

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