Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group

Locality place based plans across Oxfordshire

You've been invited to participate in Locality place based plans across Oxfordshire by Oxfordshire CCG

This is open from 4 Dec 2017 at 00:00 to 17 Dec 2017 at 23:59.

The draft locality plans for GP practices and primary care in Oxfordshire are now published and available for comment until 17 December. Each Plan identifies the priorities of the local area and outlines ways to make GP services more sustainable and responsive to patient’s needs. With health and care services under significant pressure no single GP practice or provider organisation has one solution. However the draft plan maps out how GP practices can work together and with other providers to ensure sustainability and improvements in patient care.

We are grateful for all the patient feedback and to those who have engaged and helped us to develop the plans thus far.

We would now like to hear your views on the ideas and proposals in each of the Locality place based plans for Oxfordshire. To read the place based plan for each of the Localities in Oxfordshire and to take part in the surveys, please click on the link below:

Oxford City:
North (Banbury, Chipping Norton, Bloxham and surrounding villages):
North East (Bicester, Kidlington, Woodstock and surrounding villages):
South East (Wallingford, Henley-on-Thames, Benson, Thame, Chinnor, Sonning Common and surrounding villages):
South West (Faringdon, Wantage, Abingdon, Didcot and surrounding villages):
West (Witney, Carterton, Eynsham and surrounding villages/towns): 

If you would prefer to comment on Locality place based plans across Oxfordshire as a whole, please email OCCG at [email protected] or write to:

Following this second phase of engagement we will collate and analyse all the feedback and input into the final plans. A final engagement report will be published alongside the plans in January 2018.

Have your say - Participate now!



Footpaths - signs and access

We have received the following from a village resident:

Has anybody noticed that the footpath sign at the bottom of Frogwelldown lane footpath , where it meets Cassington Road, seems to have gone missing? At one time it was quite prominent. Look for it in summer and it might be covered by bushes but now winter is here, there's still no sign of it .

Is it another attempt to stop people walking around the village?

I have lived in Yarnton for the last 30 years but now signs and access to paths seem to be more difficult to find unless you already know about them.




Has anyone found a crystal stone bracelet?  It was lost between The Garth and Poppy Close late in the evening of 21st October.

If you have any information, please contact Gaynor White on 01865 433770.


Our Bus Bartons - new timetable

Our Bus Bartons provides a weekly service on a Tuesday from Middle Barton via Yarnton to Kidlington – see timetable below.  No service on public holidays.  For further information, tel. 01869 699699, or