Faith in Service

Public Announcement

After the meeting of the Council's COVID-19 Crisis Management Team, we have decided that Didcot Town Council and Civic Hall will remain CLOSED until 30th April 2020, when we will review the policy based on Government advice and guidelines.

The council will be providing services via phone, email and on the website Please do keep checking our website as we will be communicating advice relating to business, community and residents.

Although Council and Committee meetings are postponed, where possible we will be using technology to discuss issues and in this unprecedented situation, emergency powers will be used to make key decisions. Our aim is to continue to keep the council functioning and to deliver to residents. The advice is to get exercise and fresh air while adhering to social distancing measures. We have noticed that a large group of people are using the playgrounds, on safety reasons, we have decided to close all playgrounds until further notice - the parks will remain open. I shall update you on a regular basis. In the meantime, please follow Government advice, self isolate if showing any symptoms and look out for your friends, family and those that are vulnerable.

Please do contact us if you need anything, we will try and help or guide you in the right direction. In these unpredictable times, we all need to stuck together.

Cllr Mocky Khan - Leader of the Council.

For Cemetery and Allotment enquiries, please phone Lucy Blake on 07395909267 (Tuesdays-Fridays) or email

For Events and general enquiries, please phone Chelsey Lordan on 07395957010 or email

For Outdoor Services, please phone Tony Rudge on 07395952064 or email

For Finance and Invoice enquiries, please phone Sharon Hickman on 07395933618 (Mondays-Thursdays).

#COVID-19 #stayathome #staysafe

Posted: Mon, 23 Mar 2020 14:05 by Planning & Environment Officer

Tags: Allotments, Community, Events, Finance & Audit, News