Headington Quarry Morris and Masons Apron are dancing in the Quarry on Monday 29 May (Bank Holiday Monday).
They will be dancing at the following times:
7:30pm – The Six Bells
8:30pm – The Masons Arms
More information is available on their poster.
This year’s Headington Festival takes place on Saturday 3 June and Sunday 4 June.
On Saturday 3 June during the morning and early afternoon there will be an extended market in central Headington. There will be extra stalls, entertainers and other attractions. The fun then moves to Bury Knowle Park where Oxford Round Table is organising an outdoor cinema, food and beer tent. Showings at 4pm and 7.30pm. Titles of films to be announced later.
Sunday’s event will take place in Bury Knowle Park from 12.30 until 5pm. There will be community stalls, entertainment, lots of food, sports to try, fun fair, tea and cakes, beer tent.
More information is available at on the festival website
Oxford Fiddle Group will be holding another of their popular concerts in the Village Hall on 14 April, starting at 2000. Entry is free and there is a licensed bar.
More details are available on their website and the event poster.
Headington Action are currently recruiting for a part-time activity researcher. More details are on their website.
An evening to celebrate, share and record the history of Headington Quarry.
This is the first event organized by the Quarry History Society. A group
of local residents who are interested in getting people together to
preserve and archive the incredible history of the area.
We welcome anyone with a story to tell about life in the Quarry. From
1823 – 2023!! This is a living history project.
So, if you would like to share photographs, documents, artefacts,
memories, family stories or are curious to know more, then please
When – Thursday 6th April – 7.00pm onwards
Where – The Function room @ The Mason Arms Pub, 2
Quarry School Place, Headington, Oxford OX3 8LH
Oxford City Council is consulting on the Oxford Local Plan 2040 Housing Need. This consultation supplements the previous Preferred Options consultation undertaken in Autumn 2022 by seeking comments on the additional evidence related to housing need. The consultation period runs from 13th February until 27th March 2023.
Housing need was discussed in general terms in the Preferred Options document, but no figure of need was included. That was because the Oxfordshire Plan 2050 was intended to determine the housing need for Oxfordshire and apportion that to the districts, based on a spatial strategy. However, work ceased on the Oxfordshire Plan and the updated Oxfordshire Growth Needs Assessment (OGNA) shortly before the City Council’s Local Plan 2040 Preferred Options consultation, and there was insufficient time to collect alternative housing need evidence before that consultation took place. Alternative evidence has now been completed and is published as part of this consultation. This evidence is the Housing and Economic Needs Assessment (HENA), jointly commissioned by Oxford City Council and Cherwell District Council and prepared by Cambridge Econometrics, Iceni and JG Consulting. In addition to this, there is a Green Belt Assessment of Additional Sites. Both documents are available to view in the list of evidence studies published on our website at www.oxford.gov.uk/localplan2040. The consultation document can also be found at this link.
Comments on these documents can be submitted online, using our consultation portal, found here: https://consultation.oxford.gov.uk/planning-services/oxford-local-plan-2040-reg-18-part-2-consultation/. If you prefer to respond in writing or email, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Paper copies of the consultation materials are available to view in libraries.
Further Update: The planning application has been refused by Oxford City Council. A comprehensive report outlining the reasons why is available on the planning portal at the link below. We will continue to monitor the situation, as the developer may submit altered designs or appeal this decision
Update: We understand that the application has been called in for consideration by Councillors. No date has been set for that meeting – we will keep you updated on progress.
A planning application has been submitted for the demolition of the existing 2-storey house at 32 Quarry High Street and replacement of it with 2 x 2-bed and 2 x 3-bed apartments. The application can be viewed and commented on on the Oxford City Council planning portal. The consultation closes on 2 February 2023.
We have a several concerns about this application, including the demolition of an existing Quarry house and the lack of provision for car parking.
We will be commenting on this application on behalf of residents, but we would also urge you to review it and comment on it for yourselves.
We will be organising another litter pick in the Quarry in support of OxClean. This year’s clean will take place on Saturday 4 March from 1400-1600.
Please join us at the sandpit in Quarry Hollow Park at 1400 for up to two hours.
All equipment and instructions will be provided – please bring along your children to help.
We hope to see you there.
The minutes of our 2022 AGM are now available on our website.
We are aware of several local warm spaces for residents:
- The Coach House on Quarry Road (poster)
- Collinwood Road United Reformed Church (website)
- Headington Baptist Church (website)
Oxford City Council provide information on other warm spaces on their website and there is more information from the BBC.
We understand that several others are due to be announced shortly – we will let you know about them as soon as possible.
If you know of any warm spaces, please let us know via our website or email so that we can publicise them.
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