Volunteers in Hailey have borrowed speedwatch equipment from Thames Valley Police to monitor the speed of cars passing through the village.
Attached is an article published in the Oxford Mail with comments from Cllr Andy Smith.
West Oxfordshire District Council is now consulting on the Neighbourhood Plan for Hailey – submitted by Hailey Parish Council.
The Plan and further evidence and documentation can be found on the Neighbourhood Planning page on this website.
West Oxfordshire District Council
Elmfield, New Yatt Road
Witney OX28 1PB
The deadline for comments is 5pm on Thursday 20 December 2018.
Please send any comments to WODC not Hailey Parish Council.
Gates open from 5 pm
Bonfire and fireworks start at 7 pm
If you have pets/ animals please take the necessary steps to ensure their welfare
As customary its a free display but the Rugby Club does ask for a donation on exit so they can cover their costs to hold it again next year.
SGN have postponed the works through Hailey until further notice.
Please see Notices for further information.
Thames Valley Police Open Day will be taking place on Saturday 18 August, celebrating 50 years since the formation of the force.
The event will be taking place at TVP’s Training Centre in Sulhamstead, Berkshire (post code RG7 4DX).
From 10am – 4pm (last entry 3.30pm), stalls will be promoting the very best of what TVP has to offer and showcasing the work that the force has carried out for the past 50 years.
Some of the highlights include:
This year there will be two entrances for visitors at South Drive and White Lodge.
Due to this, it is important that you follow the signs to the event. The roads will be busy and narrow country lanes can make it difficult to turn around if you go the wrong way.
Car parking is available on a first come, first served basis. Assistance dogs are permitted, other visitors with dogs will be turned away and dogs must not be left in vehicles.
On entry to the event bag searches will be taking place.
This is a free event.
A new service, Victims First has been launched across Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire, providing free emotional and therapeutic support to all victims and witnesses of crime, as well as family members of victims if they require it.
The service, managed by the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner allows for one front door for all victims in the Thames Valley who require support and is available regardless of the crime, whether it has been reported to the police or not and when or where it took place
Victims First can provide support to any victim of crime including domestic abuse, sexual violence, stalking, harassment, cyber-crime, fraud, theft, burglary and exploitation.
Victims will have access to a range of services depending on their needs, including:
For more information, visit the Victims First website at www.victims-first.org.uk
You can contact Victims First by calling 0300 1234 148 or make an online referral through the Victims First website.
There is also lots of information about crime, crime prevention and support on our Facebook page www.facebook.com/victimsfirstTV/