A34 Chilton to Milton Drainage Maintenance Scheme
The Highways Agency will be carrying out essential maintenance works to the drainage system along the A34 between the A4130 Milton Interchange and A4185 Chilton Junction. This scheme aims to reduce the risk of future flooding and supports Oxfordshire County Councils proposed improvement schemes at Chilton and Milton.
Work is scheduled to start in early-December 2014 and is expected to be completed by the end of May 2015*.
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The following services are to be held at the respective Moreton Churches.
Sunday 9th November
10.45am: Remembrance Sunday Service, South Morton Church
10.50am: Morning Prayer, North Moreton Church
Talks and films. War diaries, photos, books and memorabilia on display. Children’s Village Poppy Trail. Free entry and all welcome.
Saturday 12.30 – 5pm. Sunday 12.00 – 6pm.
See event calendar or click here for more details.
Have you heard about the Earth Trust’s fantastic River of Life wetland?
What types of engagement would you like to see at such a site? What type of access (boardwalk/hides) and interpretation (information boards or digital information) would you appreciate? Whatever your interests – the arts, natural history, cultural history, archaeology – we’re keen to hear your thoughts.
Join Earth Trust’s Dr Kerry Lock and Eco-Hydrologist Dr Curt Lambert to find out more about the Earth Trust and the creation of the River of Life, and engage in a discussion about your wishes regarding access, interpretation, courses and tours on site. All welcome.
Please see the events calendar for more information or click the following links for the advertising posters:
Water for Life Trips
Water for Life Wallingford
Huge thanks to all that turned out to the working party on last weekend.
I write this after one of the busiest weekends we have had for many months. As you will have no doubt seen in the local media on Sunday night, 19th October, our Officers were called to a murder in Abingdon and supported the Fire service with a major fire at Didcot Power Station. Having two such major incidents occur within such a short space of time placed significant demands on our resources and I am extremely proud of the effectiveness and professionalism with which we responded.
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