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Come and join the team at Hook Norton Fire Station!

Hook Norton Fire Station would like to recruit members of the local community to join the team as On call Firefighters. You will receive first class training and good rates of pay. On call Firefighters provide cover from home/workplace and provide a vital service to the local area and beyond such as … [Read More...]

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The Road from Milcombe to Wiggington Heath will be closed from 22nd April for approximately eight days. Please see the link below for a map of the suggested diversion. ... See MoreSee Less

1 week ago

14/00463/F The Bell Inn High Street Hook Norton Banbury OX15 5NF
Change of use of former Bell Inn from mixed use within A2/C3 to wholly residential use.

If you’d like to comment on this planning application you can email planning@cherwell-dc.gov.uk
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3 weeks ago

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Latest Parish Council Minutes

March – 2014

HOOK NORTON PARISH COUNCIL
MINUTES OF A MEETING OF HOOK NORTON PARISH COUNCIL HELD IN THE MEMORIAL HALL ON THURSDAY, 13 MARCH 2014 at 7.30pm
Present: Councillors Kane, Millar, Usher, Hicks, Hayward, Watkins, Brotherston, Wright, Henderson (arrived 8.00pm) and Mrs Watts (Parish Clerk)
Apologies for Absence – Cllr Casson, County Councillor Reynolds, District Cllr Jelf
Chairman’s Announcements – there [...]

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£14,880 to £15,598 pro rata 15 hours per week working all year round Permanent We are looking to appoint an enthusiastic, flexible, friendly and reliable person to take on the role of caretaker/handyperson as soon as possible at our successful school and help us to keep our school site looking great. … [Read More...]

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