Improvements to local bus services is good news for residents

Stagecoach Oxfordshire are making some changes and putting extra buses on for their West Oxfordshire services S1, S2, S7, 11, 15, 19 and 233 from Sunday 3 September, ready for the new school term and the opening of the new Westgate Centre in October. Stagecoach Oxfordshire are also pleased to announce that they have just completed an upgrade to all of their existing wifi for the S1 and S2 services. The upgrade means that passengers will now receive a faster and more reliable wifi service whilst on board. For a breakdown of the changes and the timetables please see below: Gold S1 – Carterton – Witney – Eynsham - Oxford Extra evening buses: on Mondays to Friday departures from Oxford during th

Council getting it right on social care

Older people and those with learning disabilities in Oxfordshire receive better services from their providers than the national average across England. Of the 21,200 social care organisations/settings (care homes and home care) in England, 202 are in Oxfordshire. The Care Quality Commission regularly inspects all these care settings across the country and has four ratings: · Outstanding – the service is performing exceptionally well · Good – the service is performing well and meeting CQC’s expectations · Requires improvement – the service isn’t performing as well as it should and has been told how it must improve. · Inadequate – the service is performing badly and action has been taken again

Developers are having the last laugh

So, it continues. The daily battle with developers in West Oxfordshire to defend our villages from more homes. Let me be clear - I want more homes to built in West Oxfordshire but not to the detriment of our villages. We need to be building homes where we can build new schools, doctors surgeries, better roads and improve the air quality. It's utterly unacceptable that West Oxfordshire District Council so late in the day still don't have a local plan in place. A local plan that is designed to protect the communities that make up West Oxfordshire. The communities that are fed up with fighting developers in their back yards. The communities that pay their council tax so the experts at the Counc

New speed limit for Church Road in Long Hanborough

Motorists travelling through Long Hanborough in West Oxfordshire will be subject to new speed limits in response to a new development nearby. Oxfordshire County Council recently consulted on plans to extend southwards the existing 30mph speed limit on Church Road and to introduce a 40mph speed limit in place of the existing national speed limit between Long Hanborough and Church Hanborough. As well as the speed limit change, the developer will pay for the relocation of the existing traffic calming build out and road hump to the point at which the new 30mph speed limit on Church Road will end. #LongHanborough #ChurchHanborough


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