Traffic Calming Consultation

CONSULTATION – Berry Hill Road, Milton Road and  The Rise (Adderbury/Twyford) Proposed Speed Limits, Traffic Calming and Parking Restrictions. OCC is seeking your views on the proposals to amend the speed limits on Milton Road and Berry Hill Road on the approach to Adderbury village, which will also be accompanied by complementary traffic calming measures.
The proposed Traffic Regulation Order is due to be advertised in the Banbury Guardian newspaper today; Thursday 19 November 2020, and details are available to now view on the Council’s consultation pages at the address below:…/consultation…
As stated on the notice, any objections or other representations on the proposal should be submitted to the County Council by 18 December 2020.

FOCAL Laptop Prize Draw

Your chance to win a fabulous laptop worth over £1000 and support the Library. Draw to be made on 14 February 2021 (Valentine’s day) Tickets £10 each. Get yours online at  This is what you could win! A Lenovo ThinkPad E15. The ThinkPad E15 can help drive your productivity and gaming experience forward. There’s extra peace of mind with the built-in security.

CPRE Oxfordshire – Trustees Wanted

Do you care about your local countryside? Want to make a difference?

CPRE Oxfordshire is the voice of the countryside in Oxfordshire. We fight for the right development in the right place and work to protect, promote and enhance our amazing local landscapes and rural character.

Due to retirement of current members, we are looking for a number of new trustees, including a treasurer, to join the team.

Dog Fouling in the Village

The Parish Council is supporting a new initiative to tackle dog fouling in the village, which involves spraying with a fluorescent paint dog mess which has not been picked up by dog owners. This will hopefully make it obvious just how bad the issue is in the village and also shame those, who do not pick up after their dogs, into doing so. If anyone in the village is concerned about dog fouling and would like to support this work, please contact the Clerk. This has been trialled in other areas of the Country and has been very effective.