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Best of Botley Awards Evening 11th December 

The 'Best of Botley’ awards is a new initiative to celebrate action by members of our community to improve quality of life and wellbeing. It’s being organised by North Hinksey Parish Council. Full details on the poster. Nominations are now closed.  

Winners will be announced at the Awards Party: 11 December 2015 (7pm) at Botley School, Elms Road. Everyone is welcome.

NHPC response to County Council savings consultation

The Parish Council has responded to Oxfordshire County Council's consultation on proposed budget cuts raising serious concerns regarding the scale of the proposals, the areas being affected and the potential impact on the community. We have also written to Ian Hudspeth leader of Oxfordshire County Council and our MP Nicola Blackwood, as well as the Oxford Mail and Times. You can find our response statements and letter to the Oxford Mail and Times below. We have also included the OCC document on their 95 proposed saving options.

We encourage parishioners to respond to the consultation on the OCC website here. Deadline is 30th November. 


 E-newsletter now live


Our new e-newsletter is now published. Read it online here. To sign up to the mailing list click here.


Parish Council new Facebook page & e-newsletter

The Parish Council has launched a Facebook page to provide information and updates on Council business, activities and opportunities within the Parish. If you have a Facebook account you can "Like" the page to receive updates in your regular feed, but you don't have to be on Facebook to view the page, it is open to all. We have also published a new Social Media Policy to guide users of the page. 

Logs for Labour

Would you like free firewood, or do you have a woodland that needs managing? The Trust for Oxfordshire’s Environment’s “Logs for Labour” programme aims to promote sustainable use of firewood by running events where volunteers help to manage woodlands in return for logs. The events run most weekends in the winter, are about 3 hours long, and could involve coppicing hazel, thinning trees or piling up brash. All you need are sturdy gloves, shoes and a saw (only hand tools are allowed for insurance reasons)… or let the team know if your woodland needs the help of volunteers. Information about forthcoming events can be found on the website: www.oxonwoodfuel.org.uk/logs-for-labour or ‘like’ the Facebook page

Neighbourhood Plan website is live!

A new website on the Neighbourhood Plan is now available. For information on the North Hinksey Neighbourhood Plan, FAQs, the vision, details of working groups and how you can get involved, visit the website


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