TRAFFIC REGULATION NOTICE
ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT, 1984
Notice is hereby given pursuant to Section 14(2) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act, 1984,
that the Oxfordshire County Council
TEMPORARILY PROHIBITS THE USE OF THE HIGHWAY BY ALL MOTOR VEHICLES
LOCATION: YARNTON, Sandy Lane Level Crossing
REASON: to facilitate annual level crossing works
DURATION: Starting at 23.30 on Saturday 11 October overnight until 09.00 on Sunday 12 October 2014. (Traffic Regulation Notices cover a maximum of 5 consecutive days.)
ACCESS: limited access will be maintained for emergency service vehicles and for frontages within the closed section of road, subject to the progress of the works
SUGGESTED ALTERNATIVE ROUTE:
Via Oxford Road, Langford Lane, Woodstock Road
Mark Kemp, Deputy Director – Commercial Environment & Economy
11 September 2014
Kidlington library will be closed from 15th September until 8th November inclusive due to essential building works at Ron Groves House. The works will affect the front of the whole building on the ground floor, including Day services, as well as the library. The library will reopen on Monday 10th November. Customers will be able to use neighbouring libraries, but we are also providing a weekly mobile library service on Fridays from 26th September to 31st October inclusive. The mobile library will be parked in Exeter Hall car park, and we are very grateful to the Parish Council for giving us permission to do this, thus enabling us to provide a limited service locally. Some temporary amendments will need to be made to the mobile library’s timetable to allow this. Details of the visit times will be on the Kidlington library page of the County Council website and on posters within the library. The mobile will visit 1 p.m. – 4 p.m. on 26th Sept and 9.30 a.m. – 12 noon and 1 p.m. – 4 p.m. on 3rd October. It will then alternate between half-day and full-day visits through until 31st October.
As of 10th September 2014 Thames Valley Police have notified the Parish Council that following their investigation this is a civil matter between the outgoing tenant and Hawthorne Leisure (landlords). The bell was included on the inventory between the tenant and landlord at the time of the tenant taking over. As the bell was never identified to the tenant as belonging to Yarnton Parish Council, the tenant is only answerable to the landlords. Yarnton Parish Council will now pursue the matter with Hawthorne Leisure.
Yarnton Parish Council, 11th September 2014