Sunday
Apr242016

Sandy Lane Level Crossing closure

Temporary Traffic Regulation Notice – S14 Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984

Temporary Road Closure – at Yarnton, Sandy Lane level crossing

A request has been received from Centurion for a temporary road closure to apply to Sandy Lane at the level crossing for annual level crossing testing to be carried out.

A temporary Notice is being made to implement the temporary closure and will operate from 21 May 2016 for 1 night (23:00 – 09:00). 

Access will be maintained for emergency service vehicles and those residents within the closure area, subject to the progress of the works.

 

 

Further information regarding the works may be obtained by contacting Chris Speight of Centurion on 0113 2775360.

 

Sunday
Apr242016

Blood Donation Session - 20th May

Saturday
Mar192016

Are you thinking of organising a community event in Yarnton?


Friday
Mar042016

LOCATION OF PUBLIC ACCESS DEFIBRILLATORS

Public access defibrillators are situated at the following places around the village:

 

YARNTON VILLAGE HALL, THE PADDOCKS, OX5 1TE

(FRONT OF BUILDING NEAR MAIN DOOR) 

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WESTLAKE PHARMACY, 75 SPENCER AVENUE, OX5 1NQ (ON SIDE WALL)

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YARNTON GARDEN CENTRE, SANDY LANE, OX5 1PA

(ON RIGHTHAND SIDE OF DRIVEWAY INTO GARDEN CENTRE)

Wednesday
Dec022015

Yarnton Walkers - Update 

It has been some time since we last updated the villagers regarding our application to Oxfordshire County Council regarding the closure of the footpaths at the back of the Manor. 

The whole footpath issue in this country is complex and recently we have been made aware that the Government are planning more changes. The result of these proposals will be to try and make it a lot easier to bring the issue to the County Council and more importantly to speed up the process from taking years to taking months for the County Council to make a decision on the issue. In view of this we are currently seeking legal advice to ensure that our application has all its ducks in a row.

As we are sure a lot of you have noticed, it was disappointing to see that the farmer who leases the fields at the back of the Red Lion and the Manor, not only decided to plough up our former footpaths around the edges, but also to plough up the Public Footpaths crossing the fields. We did query this with Oxfordshire County Council and were advised that the ploughing of public rights of way is allowed where it is not convenient to leave the footpaths unploughed. However this is provided that the said footpaths are made good after the ploughing. We are examining whether this has been done.

Please keep a look out for notification of our next public meeting which we expect to call in January.

In the meantime a very Happy New Year to our 150 supporters in the village. 

Let us keep working together to prevent the decline of available footpaths in Yarnton. Thank you for all your support! 

Richard Jurd