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Didcot Garden Town

There will be drop-in meetings for residents on 9th & 10th November 2016 at the Cornerstone, Didcot regarding Didcot Garden Town. Further details attached. 

Also here is a link to the Didcot Garden Town website.

Chalk Hill Primary School, GWP

There will be a Public Consultation re the new school on GWP on Wednesday 2nd November 2016 at Didcot Civic Hall, between 4.45pm and 7.15pm.  For more information click here

Connect Cashless

On 1 November SODC are launching a new service for people to pay by mobile in district council car parks called Connect Cashless - this will replace the current RingGo service.  For more information click here.

Autumn Allotment Bonfire Dates 2016

Friday 14th October - Sunday 30th October. For more information click here.

Changes to Recycling Services from November 2016

For more information click here.

Didcot Diary

October edition of Didcot Diary is now available.  Click here.

Ladygrove Lakes Closure

The Town Council has been advised by the Environment Agency that there is blue green algae in the lakes.

Blue green algae has the potential to produce toxins, which can be harmful to both dogs and people.  See more 

Conclusion of audit

Our accounts are now available for inspection by local electors. See more in the Notice of conclusion of audit, external auditor’s report, and annual return)

Oxfordshire Comet

The Oxfordshie Comet is a new door to door transport service in Oxfordshire run by the County Council. If you would like more details you can go to www.oxfordshire.gov.uk/comet


Welcome to Didcot Town Council

Didcot is the largest town in South Oxfordshire with a population of just over 25,000 at the last Census in 2011.  As the town is designated as a growth town, the population continues to increase.

Didcot Town Council is a “local council”, a type of local authority so legislation governs what we do and how we operate.

The Town Council provides a range of services to the people of Didcot.  We have 21 councillors who make most decisions about what we do at formal committee meetings.

On these pages you can find out more about our parks, lakes and play areas.  You can also find out about meetings of the full Council, committees, councillors and what we spend money on.

The Town Council office is located inside Didcot Civic Hall which is on the corner of Broadway and Britwell Road.

There is a car park at the Civic Hall comprising of 98 standing spaces and 7 disabled bays.  



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