Oxhill News

www.oxhill.com / www.oxhill.org.uk

South Warwickshire, England.

The Oxhill News

December 2003

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Contents

December Happenings
Editorial
Couldn't Be Done
Service Times
Festival Choir
Cover Picture
PC Report 11th November 2003
Broadband
Parish Council
Welcome
True Countryman
25 Years Ago
Carol Singing
Garden Club
WI Report
Happy Christmas
Pate & Puds
Dating Game
For Sale
Calling Flower Arrangers
Holy Wreaths
Christmas Puddings
Tarts & Tartans
Xmas Lunch
Nature Notes
Xmas Wishes
Two Takes

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Parish Council

The Council exists to deal with environmental, infrastructural, financial and community matters on behalf of the Parish. It may be that, whether new to the village or not, some families may be unaware of the current membership of the Council. In alphabetical order:

Gwyneth Adams. Brian Emmerson. Stephen Hackett. Tom Heritage. David Hill. 

The Parish Clerk is Angela Kean.

The Council, amongst other things, allocates taxpayers money to such things as the Oxhill News, the Village Hall, Churchyard mowing etc., and obtains its budget via a precept on the Council Tax. The precept bid is determined following representation by interested parties or by statutory requirements. Councillors are unpaid, and are apolitical as far as Parish matters are concerned.

The Council is closely involved with Planning matters, and has successfully represented the views of residents by influencing the decisions of the District Council planning system on many occasions over many decades. Your Parish Council should be your first point of reference; if you refer to County or District Councils as a first action, it can, and on certain occasions has, resulted in delay or in an otherwise unsatisfactory outcome.

In the national structures of local government, the Parish Council is not a subordinated organisation; indeed it is the closest government organisation to you and thereby the most immediately relevant. It differs from other organisations inasmuch as it exists primarily to serve rather than to govern.

David Hill, Chairman, Oxhill Parish Council

This site is maintained by villagers of Oxhill for the benefit of the community and those interested in the history, news and activities that make the village such a pleasant place to live.

Send mail to the editor of the Oxhill News at news-editor@oxhill.org.uk.

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