Hook Norton is a beautiful village in North Oxfordshire. Here you will find information on the wide variety of village groups and services on offer, as well as information on Hook Norton’s History, and all kinds of useful local information. We also host the excellent 1946 documentary on Hook Norton and the surrounding area 24 Square Miles.
Hook Norton & Bloxham Surgery For information from Bloxham and Hook Norton Surgery regarding access to services, please click here.
Hooky Doctor’s Surgery is now open in the morning 9.00am-1.00pm as well as 2.00-5.00pm, Services include collection of medication and nurse clinics. Prescriptions in the morning can be collected from 10AM onwards and after 2:30PM in the afternoon. Please give the surgery a call when you would like to book a nurse appointment to find out what nurse services will be available.
Hook Norton Library closed All loan periods extended. For more details, click here
Looks like things are progressing nicely for the new HNLC 'Hooky Hub'. Let them know if you can help in any way:Wow! Over the last few weeks, our village has shown amazing support for our new 'Hooky Hub' co-working space.This is being set up to help reduce the need for travel to offices, plus provide a space for home workers to feel less lonely and more included in a nice sustainable working environment. We'll also be running repair workshops and other exciting HNLC initiatives from the hub in the evenings and weekends. Watch this space!We're so glad to let you know that we have had over 50 items donated, or heavily reduced for this fabulous community space. There's been a hive of activity from volunteers collecting goods, painting, lifting, upcycling and creating. All social distanced and well ventilated.We still need a few items. If you please have:- Kilner jars, resealable glass containers- Large tea, coffee, sugar pots- Butcher's block/trolley- String/cord/twine- Bowls and plates- Draught excluder tape- Outdoor solar lights- Litter picker stick and bag hoop - Castors- Scrap material in any tone of green or teal- Indoor and outdoor plants, seeds and flowers, various sizes (or ones we can propagate from). - Indoor and outdoor plant pots, various sizes- Counter legs/metal tubes/kee clamps/wooden posts for side bar desk- Chalk paint and blackboard paint (matt black)- Wood (planks, skirting and posts)- Lamps - desk and floor standing- Monitors (HDMI input please)- Cushions, padding and foam- A shed or summerhouse- Wood screws and wood preservative- Indoor and outdoor watering cans- Wall thermometer- Nikwax wash or sprayWe also are looking for specific items to build a phone booth:- Stud Framing – 40 meters @ 75x50mm softwood studding- Plasterboard – 4no. sheets 2400x1200x12.5mm- Insulation - 1 pack 50 or 65mm cavity wall fibre insulation batts (Rockwool, Earthwool or similar)- Door frame – 6 meters @ 110x32mm PAR softwood lining, 6 meters @ 35x25mm PAR softwood - Architraves - 2no sets timber architraves (any size)- Skirtings - 5 meters timber skirtings (any size)- Ironmongery - 1½ prs 100mm heavy duty butt hinges, 1no. mortice latch, 1 pr. Lever handlesPlease ping us to arrange collection and discuss items available for donation or payment, plus how you could help further.Any help to upcycle and create is always appreciated. We're in the hall from Thurs-Mon this week, so do let me know availability.Thanks so much Hooky! If you are interested in using the co-working space, please register your interest here: bit.ly/HNLCcoworkingThanks in particular to St Peter's Church Hook Norton and Oxfordshire County Council for letting us rent the hall. Banbury Plant and Skip Hire for lending us a vehicle and giving us pallets. Hook Norton Brewery for donating kegs. ... See MoreSee Less
Help us to help you – report any road problems you see.
The roads around Hook Norton are in a particularly poor state of repair at the moment. Help us to report these issues to the County Council by clicking the sign to the right, and see which problems have already been reported below.
Bottom of the road drainage issue, standing water on the road. Drains continue to back up - drains have been rodded at 30 and 31 (top of the street) this week due to sludge build up from the backed up drains. Have been informed there is a known drain collapse but seems no action is […]
The pot holes on the hill going out of Hook Norton towards Chipping Norton are dangerous and need repairing Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): Hook Norton Report on FixMyStreet