Wednesday, 4 November 2020

Remembrance Day Service

Remembrance Day Service

There will be a short Remembrance Day Service by the War Memorial outside St Andrew's Church, Shrivenham at 1100 on Sunday 8th November.

The Service will begin at 1100 with two minutes silence followed by the reading of names and laying of wreaths etc. Those wishing to attend should arrive at 1055.

 

 

Thursday, 2 July 2020

NHS Thank you applause

Join us on Sunday, 5 July at 5pm to give the NHS our biggest applaud

  • Join us on Sunday, 5 July at 5pm for the biggest Thank You Ever

We are dedicating our 72nd birthday to thanking everyone who has supported the NHS during Coronavirus.

So please join us and the nation wherever you are on Sunday, 5 July at 5pm to give the biggest Thank You NHS clap.

 

What else is happening?

As part of the NHS anniversary weekend national landmarks will be ‘lit up blue’ . There will also be a minute’s silence at 8pm on Saturday 4 July to remember the tens of thousands of victims of coronavirus. At the same time people will be encouraged to place lamps, torches or candles in their windows in remembrance.

 

Tuesday, 30 June 2020

Shrivenham Open Gardens

ELEVEN SHRIVENHAM OPEN GARDENS

Sunday 5th July, 2020.

2 pm. until 5.00 pm.

In aid of St. Andrew’s Restoration Project

‘Tickets & maps’ from Shrivenham Post Office and at the church on the day from 1.30 until 3 pm.

£5 per adult with children under 16 free. 

 

 

Thursday, 11 June 2020

Traffic Regulation Notice

 

 

 

 

TRAFFIC REGULATION NOTICE

ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT, 1984

 

Notice is hereby given pursuant to Section 14(2) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act, 1984, that the Oxfordshire County Council

 

TEMPORARILY PROHIBITS THE USE OF AND WAITING ON THE HIGHWAY

BY ALL MOTOR VEHICLES

         

          LOCATION:         Shrivenham, Faringdon Road

                  

          REASON:            To facilitate carriageway resurfacing works

 

DURATION:         Starting on 14 October 2020      

                                        The anticipated completion date is 16 October 2020 (date included). This will operate between 20:00 and 06:00

                                        (Traffic Regulation Notices cover a maximum of 5 consecutive days.)

         

          ACCESS:             limited access will be maintained for emergency service vehicles and for frontages within the closed section of road, subject to the progress of the works

 

The “No Waiting” restriction means that wherever there are in place yellow “No Waiting” cones, you will not be able to park vehicles on the highway.

 

          SUGGESTED ALTERNATIVE ROUTE: Traffic wishing to use Faringdon Road will be diverted east from the mini roundabout along Longcot Road, to turn into Majors Road at the crossroads, returning to the A420 Watchfield Roundabout, to turn south back into Faringdon Road towards Shrivenham, and vice versa.

                                        Access to Shrivenham Park Golf Club will be maintained via Pennyhooks Lane and the A420 Watchfield Roundabout.

 

 

                                                                                                           

Tuesday, 2 June 2020

Cycle Safety Checks

 

Cycle Safety Checks

 

Shrivenham based cycle mechanic, Lew Lawton, will be providing cycle safety check on Sat 6th June between 8.30 AM and 12 Midday.  The bike checks will be carried out on the Car Park at the Junction of Highworth Road and Martens Road.   In line with guidance from the Association of Cycle Traders the checks will be conducted as follows:

  1. You must book a 10 min slot in advance by emailing cycle.medic@btinternet.com or SMS messaging 07387 269 456
  2. One bike per 10 min slot, no more than two bikes per person
  3. Your bike must be clean, it doesn’t need to be spotless, but most of mud and dirt should be removed.   Clean the handlebars, frame and saddle with warm soapy water and then rinse off.
  4. Do not arrive too early for your allocated slot.  There will be a rack to place your bike in.
  5. Observe 2 metre Social Distancing from the mechanic and others whilst waiting for your bike to be checked.
  6. You will be given a check sheet which tells you about the condition of your bike.  The check will highlight any safety issues which need rectification and any other issue which may need attention.   You can arrange for work to be done at a later date with any reputable bike repairer, including Lew.
  7. Please leave the check area as quickly as possible once your bike has been checked.
  8. Although the checks are donations to Macmillan Cancer Support would be appreciated.  This may be done in cash, by card or visiting justgiving.com/lewis-lawton4