Draft Minutes of the Full Council meeting held on 7th March 2023
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Notice is hereby given that the Annual Parish Meeting will be held at the Nettlebed Village Club (small hall) on Tuesday, 21st March 2021 at 7.00pm
This is a free event for ALL Nettlebed residents.
Pop in or stay for a while - refreshments will be available
The verges have been raked and Councillors are now inviting willing volunteers to come and help plant the wildflower plugs in the verges along Watlington Street – this is the exciting part!
SATURDAY, 1st April (meeting at 10.30am in front of the play area on Watlington Street.)
Please bring a dibber if you have one and perhaps something to kneel on, and wear suitable clothing and footwear. High viz vests will be provided.
It would be useful to know numbers, if possible please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07307 641077 if you are planning to come along.
Draft Minutes of the Full Council meeting held on 7th February 2023.
Parish Council elections take place on 4th May 2023 if you are considering standing, the Parish Clerk can provide you with more information.
Why become a parish councillor? By becoming a parish councillor you become someone your community will look to for help, guidance and support - a community leader with the power to influence decisions for the benefit of the people you serve. To find out more about becoming a councillor, contact Jo Pugh, Parish Clerkparish.email@example.com or visit the Parish Council website
Nettlebed's Annual Spring Clean & Litter Blitz will take place this year on Saturday 25th March. Meet at the Community Car Park at 10am.
Once again, The White Hart will be offering free tea, coffee and sandwiches to volunteers after the litter pick. If you would like to go, speak to Jo Pugh, Parish Clerk on the day so numbers can be passed on to The White Hart.
Verge raking - Watlington Street
A total of 16 volunteers and Parish Councillors turned out on Saturday to rake four verges that have been designated as wildflower verges in Nettlebed. The project is supported by the Trust for Oxfordshire’s Environment with funding from Grundon Waste Management Ltd.
It was a good turnout and everyone got stuck in, it was quite heavy work as the ground needed to be raked to break up the soil ready for the planting native wildflower plugs in late March – we’re aiming for after the last frost. The volunteers were all issued with hi-viz which were kindly donated by Grundon – they were even printed with ‘Nettlebed wildflower project’ on the back! The wildflower verges will help support biodiversity by allowing bees, butterflies and other species to thrive…and they will look stunning too!
Nettlebed Parish Council wanted to do something to help tackle climate change - the verges won’t be cut during the summer months to allow the...
The timetable for the buses have changed.23 Service timetable Henley to Oxford City (via Abingdon, Didcot, Wallingford) and vice verse136 Service timetableCholsey • Wallingford • Benson • RAF Benson and vice versePassengers travelling from Nettlebed to Oxford need to change to the 136 service at either Crowmarsh Gifford or Wallingford.
The next Full Parish Council Meeting will be held on 7th February in the Village Club, Small Hall - AGENDA 7th February 2023
The Parish Council election will be held on 4th May.
If you think you may be interested in becoming a Councillor, you can find out more by joining this short, free online session. It covers the basics – eligibility, skills, nuts & bolts, expectations, what the Parish Council can and can’t do etc, with plenty of time for questions to be answered.
No need to book.
So you want to be a parish councillor!’
13th February 10-11am
Meeting ID: 871 2501 2109 Passcode: 386520
If you have any questions, or would like more information on how to join Nettlebed Parish Council, please contact Jo Pugh, Parish Clerk - firstname.lastname@example.org