“Now that the protective hedge has been removed to expose them in all their glory, can someone please explain to me how such ugly and inappropriate houses on Milton Road (north) were ever granted planning permission. Trish Fennell”
There is a great line up of FOCAL events coming. Please put these in your diary. More detail about each event will be available separately nearer the time.
A request has been received from Skanska on behalf of Thames Water for a temporary road closure to apply to a section of Adderbury, Tanners Lane & The Leys whilst essential service pipe replacement works are carried out.
A Temporary Traffic Regulation Order (TTRO) is being made to implement the temporary closure and will operate from 22 May 2017 for approximately 9 weeks. The works will be carried out in 3 phases to lessen the impact on local residents.
We had a lovely ride last Wednesday meeting outside the library from 6.30 pm. A “reverse” along the tow path from Banbury to home so only one “little” hill to climb up Twyford wharf. Plus got to see all the fluffy baby ducklings !! ah!. Started off just after the massive hail stones storm but it then cleared up to golden spring evening sunshine during the ride.
The show is open to members of the Adderbury Gardening Club and the villagers of Adderbury, Twyford and Milton. Classes for Show Exhibitors start soon.
Along with growing vegetables, fruit and flowers there are adult and junior classes for baking sweet and savoury goodies, flower arrangements and even photography.
In 1995 Adderbury celebrated what it believed to be its 1,000 year anniversary, however, 6 months’ ago that assumed history changed due the results of a geophysical survey of the Milton Road North housing development land. The survey discovered enough evidence to suggest that Adderbury was a substantial settlement in 3,000 BC to 2,000 BC, a period that covers the Neolithic Age to the dawn of the early Bronze Age.