MOBILE POST OFFICE:
New Schedule starts 1st July at the Village Hall on:
MONDAY
12.15
TO
13.15
TUESDAY
14.15
TO
15.15
WEDNESDAY
12.15
TO
13.15
THURSDAY
14.15
TO
15.15
FRIDAY
 
MOBILE LIBRARY  
 Sadly:
 Due to government cuts this service has been suspended.
Village Services
Want your Village Service details here?
Contact Ted Dorling 01608 737772 with details.
W.O.D.C. REFUSE COLLECTION ‘ALERTS’ SERVICE
WODC are now providing a free service that can be used to receive information, by e-mail, about delays or alterations in the refuse collection programme.
To sign up visit www.westoxon.gov.uk and follow the links
BUS SERVICE
The village is blessed with a good bus service.
Both Chipping Norton and Banbury can be reached by the 488 bus on an hourly basis each day (but not Sunday).
Go to www.stagecoachbus.com for a timetable

OXFORDSHIRE COUNSELLOR DIRECTORY

This directory lists local counsellors and therapists who are available for consultation.

For details visit www.oxfordshirecounsellordirectory.co.uk

Please Note:

"We can take no responsibility for these contacts or services that they offer so if  you do decide to use this facility you should make your own checks first".

 

NO SERVICE

Safe and Well visits from Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue Service

Did you know that Oxfordshire County Council’s Fire and Rescue Service offer free Safe and Well Visits?

Our firefighters will visit you at home to see what they can do to help you reduce the risk of fire.

What does a visit cover? It combines a Home Safety Check to help reduce the risk of fire in your home, such as checking and fitting smoke alarms and helping you make a fire escape plan.

During the visit firefighters are able to provide advice and support to reduce any immediate risk from falls, fire, flood or power cuts.

They can also provide advice on health and crime prevention too.

You can request a visit online at www.365alive.co.uk/safewell or call our Community Safety Helpline on 08000 325 999.

If a loved one or friend would benefit from a visit please let them know about our Safe and Well visits.

Do you have a fire safety concern or question? There’s lots of great tips and advice to help keep you and your family safer at home on www.365alive.co.uk.

Or you can call our Community Safety Helpline on 08000 325 999.

Oxfordshire County Council Fire & Rescue Service