Waste collections next week

To mark the funeral of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, South Oxfordshire District Council’s offices will be closed on Monday 19 September. They will reopen as normal on Tuesday 20 September. Waste collections will not go ahead on the day of the funeral and so collections that week will take place a day later than normal. The district council’s leisure centres will be closed as well. Waste collection dates: Usual collection dayRevised collection day  Monday 19 SeptemberTuesday 20 SeptemberTuesday 20 SeptemberWednesday 21 SeptemberWednesday 21 SeptemberThursday 22 SeptemberThursday 22 SeptemberFriday 23 SeptemberFriday 24 SeptemberSaturday 24 September ...
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Book of Condolence for Queen Elizabeth II

A book of condolence for tributes to The Queen has been opened in the main entrance to The Village Club. It will be available every day from 11am - 11pm until the day after the funeral. Members of the public can also leave their messages at https://www.royal.uk/send-message-condolence. There will be no physical books of condolence at any of the royal residences Yesterday evening, the flag at the Village Club was lowered to half mast. ...
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Death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Second

21st April 1926 – 8th September 2022 Nettlebed Parish Council offers its condolences to the Royal Family on the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Her duty, service and devotion to the people of the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth was unparalleled. We have lived in a truly golden Elizabethan age, the likes of which we will never see again. Nettlebed Parish Council joins with people around the world in mourning her loss. A book of condolence will be available for anyone who would like to pass on their messages to the Royal Family on their website A book of condolence will be available for residents to sign at the Village Club. ...
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Electric Vehicle Charging

The Parish Council have received the following information from Oxfordshire County Council regarding EV charging. One key solution for residents who lack off-street parking is the Gul-e cable gully solution - https://gul-e.co.uk/ - which is a very simple cable channel embedded into the pavement to allow a resident to safely get a cable from a wall-mounted home charger to their EV at kerbside without causing a trip hazard. EV Charging Projects OCC/CDC LiaisoniHub Innovation TeamOxfordshire County Council If you think you would benefit from this kind of solution to enable you to charge a vehicle from your own home energy supply, then ‘register interest’ now using the button on the website, in order to be kept informed (and potentially first in line for funding) when this solution is made publicly available later in the year. The Parish Council has registered already registered interest. Parish Clerk ...
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Waste Service in the extreme heat

Please put your bins out the night before they’re due to be emptied this week. Biffa will begin waste collections at 5am on Monday 18 July and Tuesday 19 July due to the expected heatwave. This should help their crews avoid being out at the hottest part of the day. Even with the early start, it’s possible Biffa’s waste collection crews may not be able to complete their rounds. If this happens and your bins are not emptied, please leave them out for two days after your scheduled collection day and the crews will aim to catch up later in the week. More information is on our missed bins page (South/ Vale). ...
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