Roadworks Wanbourne Lane and Ridgeway Monday 23rd & Tuesday 24th October
Access will be maintained but there will be delays:
The roadworks to be conducted in Nettlebed are Micro-Asphalt resurfacing. Micro is a surface treatment which is laid over an existing carriageway to reseal and protect.
Access for both roads will be maintained at all times, however due to the size of machinery utilised and a minimal curing time there may be a short delay to ensure the new surfacing is not comprised and the safety of both the workforce and the general public is maintained. Once on site the surfacing crew will liaise with anyone requiring access to ensure disruption is kept to a minimum. It may be beneficial for the surgery to advice their clients to allow a little extra time when attending an appointment.
Currently the work is scheduled for Monday 23rd & Tuesday 24th October, however this is subject to change as this type of treatment is weather susceptible so...
FREE TRIAL BARRE FITNESS class at Studio One, Nettlebed on Friday at 10.30am.
A great fun workout at the Barre for strengthening and toning.
To book, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Google BarreConcept for more details....
Get ready for autumn with extra garden waste collections
Description: Extra garden waste collections will be carried out on 24th October in Nettlebed
Residents should leave their extra garden waste out in bin liners or sacks beside their brown bins on their usual collection day during the week starting 23rd October. Trade waste bags cannot be accepted.
You can see details on our website by clicking this link
The council has received a planning application, reference P17/S3255/HH, for development work at the following location: Manor Cottage West The Green Nettlebed
The application is for: Removal of NW chimney stack to roof level and tile over.
You can see details of the application on our website by clicking this link
School Colour Run Saturday 7th of October at 1:30 PM.
Musical Warm Up - Nettlebed School and Surrounding Grounds
Refreshments and merchandise available.
Sponsorship forms from the School Office or email email@example.com
Make sure your electric blanket is safe
If you have an electric blanket, you can get it tested to check that it is still safe at FREE sessions being held:
5 October: St Mary Le More Church, Wallingford
19 October: Thame Town Hall
To book your free place, simply call 01865 898642 or email Oxfordshire County Council. Places are limited, so book now!
Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue is organising the sessions with support from the county council's Trading Standards and our council....
The Harvest Festival Service at the Church this year will be on Sunday 15th October, and will be followed by a Village Harvest Lunch at 12.30 in the Community Hall at the school. Tickets for lunch are available from Nan McDonnell on 01491 641710. Tickets in advance only please as they need to confirm numbers for catering....
STUDIO ONE is offering a free trial session for the new BARRECONCEPT fitness class on Wednesdays at 6.30pm and Fridays at 10.30am and a free trial session for the new STRETCH class on Fridays at 11.45am. To book, email firstname.lastname@example.org...
The Nettlebed Sports Association AGM is on Thursday 5th October at 8pm in The Pavilion on the Recreation Ground. All welcome. For more details contact Jodi Butler on 07769 908 684 or email@example.com...
Please reply to Dr Lisa Silver at firstname.lastname@example.org
I have responded to the S Oxon plan on a couple of occasions purely from the perspective of a village doctor but also as one of the SE locality doctors which includes the 10 GP practices in SE Oxon.
The population rise expected due to housing expansion in SE Oxon is 17,050 homes to be built between 2016 and 2033, a population rise of 47,000 people.
This is the equivalent of 7 new GP surgeries in SE Oxon (average surgeries have approx. 7000 patients).
Due to a lack of national workforce planning we find ourselves in a position where very few doctors are choosing to become GP partners. There is an expected shortfall of 11.2 GPs in the locality in the next 4 years. More than 50% of qualifying GPs do locum work ie they are not attached to any one surgery. Approx 25% become salaried GPs and only about 25% become GP partners - these are...