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The planning application for another estate of 48 houses on the land north of Station Road will be considered by Cherwell District Council from 4pm on Thursday 18th December. A representative of the Parish Council will be there to reinforce the Parish Council's objections. As usual numbers count, so it would be really good to see as many villagers as possible at Bodicote House. We are reasonably confident that CDC will refuse, and no doubt it will then go to appeal, but now is not the time for complacency. ... See MoreSee Less

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“This evening (Tuesday) at 7:30pm, the bells of St Peter’s will be rung half-muffled in memory of Earnest Alfred Heritage. Earnest was the son of a quarryman working in the Hook Norton Ironstone quarries, and was 18 years old when he was killed in the First Battle of Ypres on the 2nd December 1914. Earnest was the first to be killed of the 33 men named on the war memorial in St Peter’s church, and, as explained in the current newsletter, over the next 4 years the ringers will attempt to pay the same respect to each one of them. Please take a moment to reflect on his life and listen to the bells remembering him.” ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

Latest Parish Council Minutes

December – 2014

HOOK NORTON PARISH COUNCIL MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF HOOK NORTON PARISH COUNCIL HELD IN THE WAR MEMORIAL HALL, HOOK NORTON ON THURSDAY, 11 DECEMBER 2014 at 7.30pm Present: Councillors Watkins, Hicks, Hayward, Brotherston, Griggs, Henderson, Casson, Wright, Mrs Watts (Parish Clerk), County Cllr Reynolds and one member of the public. The Parish Clerk explained […]

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