If you are affected by this proposed Didcot Gateway development, you should have a leaflet from Homes England and Barton Willmore asking for your comments.
Please send feedback to the consultation by sending back the form on the leaflet OR filling in the form at www.didcotgateway.co.uk OR send an email to email@example.com OR writing to Barton Willmore, The Blade, Abbey Square, Reading,... Read More »
Posted: Fri, 24 Jul 2020 11:04 by Chelsey Lordan
Didcot Town Council is looking for your nominations for the Annual Town Awards 2020.
The event is usually held at the Civic Hall but due to socializing restrictions no date has been set yet - we may even hold the night remotely this year! But we are still looking for your nominations.
If you would like to nominate a group/or individual for an award please go to our website for more information.
Posted: Mon, 20 Jul 2020 14:40 by Admin Assistant
An update from Oxfordshire County Council:
Given complexity of traffic impact assessment in relation to closure of Cow Lane and the wider impacts of proposal necessitating full consultation, this Active Travel proposal will not meet the government set time-frame requirements for implementation. To this end closure of Cow Lane to motor vehicles will not be pursued through Active Travel initiative.... Read More »
Posted: Tue, 14 Jul 2020 12:05 by Chelsey Lordan
A message from Oxfordshire County Council:
As part of the Department for Transport's current active-travel initiative to promote cycling during the Covid recovery phase the following roads in Didcot will be closed:
Cow Lane underpass
The underpass will be closed to motor vehicles, therefore allowing two way cyclists and pedestrians to use the road and footway into and out of the Ladygrove estate. As... Read More »
Posted: Mon, 06 Jul 2020 12:21 by Chelsey Lordan
"Dear Didcot Resident,
In my last letter, I stated that I would update residents when there was significant changes to government guidance regards covid-19 regards reopening and easing of restrictions, that moment has arrived. You will be aware from Saturday 4th July, there will be considerable lifting of restrictions, previously shut business able to reopen such as pubs and restaurants and social distancing... Read More »
Posted: Thu, 02 Jul 2020 14:29 by Office Services Manager
Didcot Town Council was sad to hear of the passing of former Mayor Colin Daukes.
"Councillors were sad to hear of the recent death of former Mayor Colin Daukes.
Colin was a member of Didcot Town Council from 2003 to 2011 and served as Mayor in 2005/6.
His mother had been Mayor of Didcot many years previously. I think this link between mother and son must be unique in the town's history."
Eleanor Hards... Read More »
Posted: Thu, 18 Jun 2020 15:35 by Chelsey Lordan
OCC is working with our friends and associates at Oxford University Hospitals, NHS Oxford Health and Oxford Clinical Commissioning group to share these stories about health and well-being services across the county.
We hope you will find them useful.
From Oxfordshire County Council media team
- We are still here for you – Primary Care during the pandemic: https://www.oxfordshireccg.nhs.uk/news/help-us-help-you-with-the-mental-and-physical-wellbeing-of-your-children/111597... Read More »
Posted: Thu, 11 Jun 2020 12:30 by Admin Assistant
To mark Carers Week (8 - 14 June), we're celebrating the contribution carers make to families and communities across Oxfordshire.
A carer is someone who provides care and support to a family member or someone who has a disability, mental or physical illness, or who needs extra help as they grow older. There are around 6.5 million carers in the UK, looking after older, seriously ill or disabled people.... Read More »
Posted: Wed, 10 Jun 2020 12:30 by Admin Assistant
On 23 March 2020 the Government announced: if you're clinically extremely vulnerable, you're strongly advised to stay at home, to protect your health and shield from the coronavirus. This includes organ transplant recipients, people living with cancer (or waiting for treatment) and people with severe respiratory conditions among others.
The aim of shielding is to strictly avoid any face-to-face contact... Read More »
Posted: Wed, 03 Jun 2020 16:04 by Chelsey Lordan