The AGM will be held on the 22nd November in the Coach House at
7:30pm. There are a two motions to be put to the meeting which
require changes to the constitution:
1. The committee asks that the treasurer be allowed to serve for a
maximum than five years.
This is asked for because we have had difficulty in finding someone
to take over from our current treasurer, and the constitution requires
that committee officers serve only for three years.
2. The current annual £2 membership fees be increased to £2.50,
with the option of a 10 year membership at £20.
This reasons for this change were given in the last Newsletter and
have to do with the fact that the membership fee has not changed for some time, and that the small fee is difficult to collect.
The details of the agenda for the AGM will be circulated later.
We hope to see you at the AGM.
On the 9th November Friends of Quarry will be hosting a Quiz Night in Headington Quarry Village Hall at 8pm.
Entrance will be £1 and there will be beer, soft drinks and wine to purchase.
Prizes will be awarded for each quiz round and for the team that wins the overall quiz.
We hope to see you at the Quiz.
We have recently distributed our latest newsletter. A copy is attached.
Friends of Quarry
FOQ_news_booklet_final (Online Version)
We are sometimes asked how FOQ decide which applications to comment on and on what basis. We will comment on applications where we feel there is an impact on the Conservation Area, especially on its character and appearance, and where neighbours express strong concerns. This can include applications outside the Conservation Area.
Of 17 planning applications in Quarry last year we commented on five plus Stansfeld. We did not comment on any applications for tree work/removal.
16/01373/FUL Holy Trinity Church. We were generally favourable, following changes made to the earlier application, which was withdrawn.
16/01674/FUL 10 Beaumont Road We were concerned about the size of the rear extension and its impact on neighbours
16/01272 New Access to the Masons Arms off the Stables. Our main concern was the loss of walling along the Stables and the change to the character and appearance of this part of Quarry. The Planner’s Report has raised several concerns about the Council’s commitment to the Conservation Area and we have requested a meeting with the Council to discuss.
16/02618/FUL Stansfeld Education Centre We were generally favourable but concerned about the impact of traffic and parking on Quarry
16/03233 25 Quarry High Street Lots of internal improvements proposed plus significant changes to the external appearance. This property is part of a 70s development which has clear design elements running through all properties. Should we be concerned about the loss of these elements in the Conservation Area? Discuss Not sure we need this one see below
17/007771/FUL 1A New Cross Road Like many neighbours, we were concerned about the loss of off street parking and front garden. These plans have since been amended.
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Oxford Fiddle Group and friends invite you to a real ceilidh featuring music, song and dance at Headington Quarry Village Hall on Saturday 10 March from 7.30pm.
Entrance FREE, bring your own refreshments.
Friends of Quarry are hosting a Wine and Cheese party with music on St Patrick’s eve. The event will take place on 16 March at 1930 in the Village Hall.
Music will be provided by David Kay and Chris Mills.
All are welcome.
Tickets are £5 (for members of Friends of Quarry) and £7.50 (for non-members).
Tickets must be bought in advance and are available from:
– Jan Wheeler (email@example.com or 765290)
– Jonny Ives (firstname.lastname@example.org or 07884 137282)
– Jeff McIlhinney (email@example.com or 760026)
Come and join us and meet your neighbours