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 Milcombe’s Community and Parish Council website.

Welcome to Milcombe Village Website. We hope you will find all the information you are looking for.

Please contact Sarah Smith or Theresa Goss  if you require information or if you wish to put an item on the website.


MILCOMBE RESIDENTS 

WE NEED VOLUNTEERS ESPECIALLY NEW RESIDENTS.

Milcombe Charities require willing volunteers to form a Fete and Social subcommittee to organise the village Fete and social activities.

WE NEED YOUR HELP !

This should not take more than 2 hours per month.

Please contact David Charles

on 01295 721158 or 07989 408553.


 Hands off the Oxfordshire Countryside!

CPRE Oxfordshire has launched a joint e-petition with Rural Oxfordshire Action Rally (ROAR) to ask Eric Pickles and our local MPs to end the unrestrained development in the county.

It calls for a number of changes, including an end to the unfair penalties faced by local communities when a District does not have an up to date 5 Year Housing Supply.

The Parish Council would encourage as many people as possible to sign the petition.  If you would like to do so, please click on this link.

https://www.change.org/p/eric-pickles-secretary-of-state-for-communities-and-local-government-end-the-unrestrained-development-in-oxfordshire


Milcombe shield Milcombe Newsletter

Please note that ‘The Dove’ has now been replaced by the Milcombe Newsletter. 

Milcombe Newsletter will be produced each month and will be available at the Village Hall; Church; The Horse & Groom; and at the New Road Shop.

Contributions, by email (Microsoft Word compatible).

To be received by 18th of month prior to publication.

(NO REMINDERS)

to MNL2015@outlook.com.

All contributions are cut and pasted and not edited.

Please click on below to see the newsletter

Milcombe Newsletter Feb 15


PARISH COUNCILLOR VACANCY

 There is currently one vacancy on Milcombe Parish Council.

 Being a Parish Councillor in Milcombe gives you a real opportunity to make a difference to the community and it gives you a chance to help make Milcombe an even better place to live.

 To find out more about joining Milcombe Parish Council, call Theresa Goss on 01295 710965 or email milcombepc@gmail.com  Or, to apply to be co-opted to the vacancy, just write a brief summary about you and your skills and why you would like to be a Parish Councillor and send it to Theresa at 3 Tanners Close, Middleton Cheney, OX17 2GD or email to milcombepc@gmail.com

The closing date for applications for co-option is Friday 20 February 2015


Better Broadband for Oxfordshire

ARE YOU IN A SUPER FAST AREA  - USE OUR NEW POSTCODE CHECKER TO FIND OUT NOW

I am sure you will all have seen the BT Openreach vehicles in the village over the past month or so and we wanted to share an update from the ‘Better Broadband for Oxfordshire’ site. Work is expected to be completed by the end of June to improve the broadband infrastructure that will enable many homes and businesses in the village to order superfast broadband speeds (minimum 24Mbps) whilst others will be able to order fibre broadband speeds between 2Mbps and 24Mbps. Completion/Delivery dates are subject to change but you can check the website for regular updates:   www.betterbroadbandoxfordshire.org.uk


 

Seniors Club

Seniors Club

PageLines- Seniors-Club-Image.png A selection of games, bingo, occasional speakers or a film with refreshments available. Click to read more  
Womens Group

Womens Group

Womens-GroupALL NEW MEMBERS WELCOME. The meetings are held on the second  Thursday of the month at 7.30pm  in the Village Hall.  Click to read  more
Gardening Club

Gardening Club

Gardening-ClubThe longest running club in the village, formed in 1983, with around 40 members.  Click to read more
Conservation Group

Conservation Group

Conservation-GroupThe Milcombe Conservation Group (MCG) was established under the auspices of the Parish Council. Click to read more
Gallery

Gallery

GalleryLatest Images and Historic Images of Milcombe Village  View here..
St Laurence History

St Laurence History

Milcombe-ChurchThe Church of St Laurence’s, Milcombe, is a small but well proportioned church.  Click to read more
St Laurence Church

St Laurence Church

Church-of-St-LawrenceChurch Service and Events. Click to read more
Village History

Village History

Village-HistoryLearn more about the history of Milcome Village. Click to read more

Useful Telephone Numbers

Age Concern UK - 01295 278040
Alcoholics Anonymous - 0845 769 7555
Banbury Young Homeless Project - 01295 259442
Cherwell District Council - 01295 227001
Child Line - 0800 1111
Oxfordshire County Council - 01865 792422
Narcotics Anonymous - 0300 999 1212
Samaritans - 01295 270000

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