As part of our ongoing activities to raise resident’s concerns about the development at 1 Quarry High Street, we have created a petition to allow you to express your support for our calls for Oxford City Council to take enforcement action.
We will use the completed petition in our discussions with Oxford City Council and others, so please make your neighbours and anyone else that you know is concerned about the development aware of it. You can also leave comments when you sign the petition.
The petition is here.
As part of our ongoing activities to raise resident’s concerns about the development at 1 Quarry High Street, we have prepared comparative views that show how the building as built differs from what we would have expected based on the original planning submission.
We have published our latest newsletter, which includes updates on our projects, upcoming events, traffic and planning matters such as the development at 1 Quarry High Street.
It will be delivered to all houses in the Conservation Area this week and is also available at Newsletter_FOQ_March_2020.
We have received the following invitation from Oxford City Council:
We are delighted to invite you to the Parish Councils Climate Emergency Workshop. Join the Lord Mayor of Oxford and climate experts at this event, intended to give you, as Parish Councils and local leaders, the knowledge that you will need to take action on the climate emergency in your areas.
The workshop will take place on Saturday 28 March 2020, 9.45am – 1pm in the Long Room of Oxford Town Hall.
Please register for this free event here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/parish-councils-climate-emergency-workshop-registration-94133625207
This workshop is primarily aimed at Parish Councillors based in or near Oxford however all are welcome to attend. Please feel free to forward the registration details to anyone who may be interested.
Last year’s declaration by Oxford City Council of a climate emergency and the subsequent Citizens’ Assembly have made it clearer than ever that we in Oxford and the surrounding area must take action to avoid catastrophic climate change.
With such an overwhelming challenge it can often be hard to know where to start. Join local experts and leaders to share knowledge about the climate emergency and discuss practical steps that Parish Councils and community groups can take to tackle climate change in your local areas.
We have reviewed the weather forecast for tomorrow afternoon and have made the decision to go ahead with OxClean as planned.
We hope that you will still be able to join us, but we will understand if the weather puts you off. If you do join us, please make sure that you dress warmly.
We’ll be working with OxClean and Holy Trinity Headington Quarry again this year to hold a clean up of the Quarry. This will now take place on 29 February.
Please join us 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 Oxford Fiddle Group will be performing at the Village Hall this Sunday at 1930.
Tickets are £10 on the door, or £9 in advance from Chris at email@example.com or on 01865 769366. More details are available on the Oxford Fiddle Group facebook page.
You can expect an excellent evening of musical entertainment.
Update: we have made the decision to cancel this event. We aim to reschedule it for later this year.
If you have bought tickets already, you will be refunded.
We will be hosting a cheese and wine evening in the Village Hall on 20 March, starting at 2000. Musical entertainment will be provided.
Tickets are £8 and are available from:
- Jan Wheeler: 7 Coppock Close or on 01865 765290,
- Jonny Ives: 1 New Cross Road or on 07884 137282
It will be a great opportunity to meet your neighbours and an enjoyable evening.
We hope to see you there.