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PARKING in OXBOROUGH
 

Oxborough welcomes visitors but ask them NOT to park around the Lime tree on the triangular grass area.
(The Pound).

Free parking is available at the Village Hall.



Weather for Oxborough click below

http://news.bbc.co.uk/weather/forecast/2479

 




Work is almost complete on the temporary roofing structure over the Bedingfeld chapel of St Johns Church. Click pictures

Village Hall AGM Accounts and treasurers report
Click ACCOUNTS

Draft minutes OPC meeting. Wednesday 14th March 2018. Click. 

Win a free garden waste subscription from Breckland Council. Competitions open to Breckland residents only. Click

Important Notice Click Agenda
Annual Parish Meeting

At the Village Hall 7.00 p.m. Wed. 18th April 2018
Click Details


Police Connect message. Please be aware

Police are urging residents to be vigilant to cold callers claiming to be police officers.

Click to notice board for more

Breckland councillors consider council tax rise. Click details 

PCC's police budget proposals receive unanimous Panel support. Click for more

Oxbugh Hall buys back 130 acres of surrounding land in Oxborough. Click fo more

Dave Watkins charity cycle ride for East Anglian Air Ambulance. Special thanks must go to you, the residents of Oxborough.
Click for more


Aircraft Mural by Oxborough Artist Colin Mason unveiled at the Wellington in Feltwell. Click for story


Flint Masterpieces returned to Brandon.
Click for story

Breaking New Ground Landscape Partnership
. Brecks Building Skills on historic buildings Click.


Dave Watkins. A note of thanks to his sponsors and letter from The Leonard Cheshire Organisation. Click

Oxborough resident’s cycle rides for charity. Please help with sponsorship opportunities. Click Notice Board

At last, Oxborough get its SAM

(Speed Awareness Message) sign.

Traffic calming though the village was originally instigated over 20 month’s ago by concerned members of the community who financed the unit with their fund raising (Oxborough Community Road Safety Campaign Group) efforts and support from a NCC grant.
The sign was activated on the 1st April and is to be situated alternately at each end on the village every two weeks from now on; hopefully this will set the pattern for motorist to drive carefully through our village.

                                                                                                        
 
 
 

Iceni Partnership Friday Lunch Club
A chance to make friends, spend time chatting and more. Click Notice board

Conservators from Simon Swann Associates start work undertaking the restoration of our WW1 war memorial. This follows the War Memorials Trust notification that OPC was eligible for funding of parts of the conservation project and the balance being funded by private donation. Click for photos

Thieves steal the lead from Oxbotough church.
The lead has been stolen from the roof of St John the Evangelist at Oxborough over the weekend, either Saturday or Sunday night.
Click for full story.

Oxburgh Hall update remains closed but repairs to the Dormer Window are under way. Scaffolding is due to be erected during the last week of September but the house and court yard still remains closed. The gardens, walks, pantry and activities are still open to the public.  Click for update photo.

Information for the community. Re. Norfolk County Council grass cutting policy affecting the village. Click

A new publication from The Oxborough History Group
‘The Oxborough Roll of Honour’
For full details and availability click to News page

Norfolk Non-Native Species Initiative - Biosecurity Survey. Click to news

Wildlife Recorders of Tomorrow
Are you interested in monitoring wildlife? Live close to the Brecks or visit regularly?
Call for Volunteers. Click for more information.

Oxborough resident donates new railings to help road safety. Click for more 

Volunteers wanted for National Plant Monitoring Scheme.
There are ‘vacant’ squares for volunteers to allocate themselves around Oxborough, as the map shows (Squares near me click) http://www.npms.org.uk/squares-near-me-public?dynamic-return_all_squares=true . Anyone interested in exploring further how the NPMS could promote the scheme to potential recorders within your community click. Monitoring wild flowers http://www.npms.org.uk

Oxborough History Group Archive now accessible to view any time by arrangement.Click for details.

Police to scale down public enquiry office service. Click to news page

                             IMPORTANT.

PLEASE continue to use the recycling bins at the village hall.
All monies( £1000) raised from these glass recycling bins remains within Oxborough.
It is used to support maintenance on our village hall.

Norfolk’s Recycling Revolution is plastic fantastic
You can now recycle a whole range of additional plastic materials in their kerbside recycling collection. To make a pledge or to find out more about the Pledge4Plastics campaign, visit www.pledge4plastics.co.uk.


Oxborough Parish Council Risk Assessments

Risk assessment of financial risks.         Click for full details.
Risk Assessment for the village green.  Click for full details.                                        

Recent publication
A fascinating and well researched history of the Oxborough men who gave their lives in WW1.
Click for full details
 

Mobile library visit dates for Oxborough. Click for times

                            

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