Oxfordshire County Council will be undertaking road investigation work at Marlborough Street on 19 September. The work will involve taking core samples in the carriageway. See links below for further details.
Please note there will be no session on the 24th August
Break In at the Pump House Faringdon Thursday 27th July
There was a break in at the Pump House between the hours of 5pm Thursday 27th July and 8.30am Friday 28th July.
Thieves used a ladder from a neighbouring property to gain access by forcing entry through a first floor window at the rear of the property. Two safes were stolen, one of which was extremely heavy and would need at least two people to lift.
If anyone has any information please call 101 quoting crime reference number: 4317223176. You can also report any information anonymously by calling Crime Stoppers on 0800 555 111.
Please be vigilant in securing your own properties. Make sure you lock up any ladders and keep your windows secure.
Temporary Traffic Regulation Notice – S14 Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984
Temporary Road Closure – at A420 Buckland and Pusey
In the interests of public safety it will be necessary for Oxfordshire County Council to close the road as detailed above in order to facilitate carriageway maintenance works.
A temporary Notice is being made to implement the temporary closure and will operate from 9 August 2017 for 3 nights (20:00 – 06:00).
Access will be maintained for emergency service vehicles and for those frontages within the closure area, subject to the progress of the works and liaison with the works supervisor.
SUGGESTED ALTERNATIVE ROUTE: Via A415, A338, A417 and vice versa
Further information regarding the works may be obtained by contacting Tim Belton or Vanessa Buckley, OCC Highways & Transport on 0345 310 11 11.
Today we recieved feedback that a campaign Faringdon Town Council took part in has reach 2 million Dementia Friends! That’s 2 million people across the country who are taking action to help people affected by dementia.
Dementia Friends was launched in 2013 to tackle the stigma and lack of understanding which means that many people with the condition can face social exclusion. Today, it has become the UK’s biggest ever social movement with one in every 30 people in England, Northern Ireland and Wales involved.
But there is still more work to do. We need you to keep spreading the word about Dementia Friends and encourage your friends and family to join. Together we can end the stigma around dementia once and for all.
Join in the celebrations and tell everyone you know about Dementia Friends on social media using #DementiaFriends
Would you be interested in doing this free 1 hour training session and becoming a Dementia Friend? If so please complete the form below as we hope to put on a session in Faringdon very soon.
Our Access All Areas Youth Group had a fantastic time on the Annual Cotswold Wildlife Park trip. We would like to say a huge thank you to Faringdon Rotary Club for their support to make this trip a possibility and of course our wonderful staff and volunteers.