Thank you to those who helped make our village sparkle at the annual Litter Pick on Saturday!
If you couldn’t make it, then please look outside your own doorstep and check for litter, or even dig out a few weeds.
24 04, 2019
Do you know that 95% of collisions are due to human error? Distraction, speeding, not wearing a seatbelt and driving under the influence of drink or drugs are the big fatal four on our county’s roads.
- put your phone in your glove compartment or set your phone to do not disturb before you start your journey
- adjust your speed and make sure you have time to react to the unexpected
- make sure everyone is wearing their seatbelt before you set off
- get a taxi, the bus or be the designated driver on a night out
- make sure you’re safe to drive the morning after, you could still be over the drink drive limit, even if you feel fine
Oxfordshire County Council Fire and Rescue Service have put together top tips to help you avoid the fatal four, and have created an handy ‘don’t get caught out the morning after’ guide 365alive.co.uk/fatalfour.
22 04, 2019
Monday 6th May @ 11am
Registration: 9.00am-10.30am in village hall.
For details see here.
21 04, 2019
21 04, 2019
Saturday, May 4th
Hagbourne Village Hall, 7:00pm for 7:30pm
A fun and stimulating quiz contested by teams of up to 8 assembled from villages and societies in the area, for the honour of carrying away the prestigious Churn Trophy. Entrance £10 per person including home-made hot supper. Please support our bar and raffle as all the evening’s proceeds will be split between Christian Aid and Style Acre. To enter a team, please contact Doug Amos on (01235) 814024.
10 04, 2019
A34/M4 Junction 13 Chieveley (West Berkshire) – Bridge Refurbishment and Surface Reconstruction
Kier Highways, on behalf of Highways England, will be carrying out the following maintenance work at the Chieveley Interchange over the spring and summer 2019. We will be:
Significant delays are expected during these weekend closures. We advise you plan ahead of your journey and allow extra time or avoid this route if possible.
M4 Junction 13 Bridge Refurbishment
We will be closing the M4 westbound carriageway between the slip roads over five nights (between 10pm and 6am) starting on Sunday 21 April. In addition, we will then be fully closing the M4 westbound carriageway between the exit and entry slip roads at junction 13 from:
During these closures traffic will be diverted off the M4 via the exit slip road and sent across the junction to rejoin the M4 via the entry slip road.
Upon completion of the full weekend closures, there will be a series of ten overnight closures to reinstate the joints between the slip roads.
We will be closing the entire roundabout at the junction on the following times and dates:
M4 westbound traffic wishing to access the A34 is advised to exit at junction 12 and travel west along the A4; and M4 eastbound traffic wishing to access the A34 is advised to exit and junction 14 and travel east along the A4.
Local traffic wishing to access the A34 southbound carriageway or M4 from Graces Lane (Chieveley) will be diverted along the B4009 from Hermitage to Newbury, west along the A4 to Speen then either onto the A34 or along the A4 to Hungerford, then north on the A338 to join the M4 at junction 14.
When the roundabout is closed access to the Moto Service Area and Hilton Hotel will be maintained from the A34 northbound carriageway only.
These works are subject to change if weather is bad or due to unforeseen circumstances.
Confirmed dates for these weekend closures will be advertised in advance on signs along the M4, on the Highways England website and via the media.
We apologise for any inconvenience or disruption caused during our work. If you have any questions,or if you’d like to know about our work please contact us on 0300 123 5000 or email@example.com
08 04, 2019
The Annual Parish Meeting is not a Council meeting, but a meeting where villagers can say what they want to happen in the village during the next year.
There will be a short presentation on the current situation by the Parish Council, but the main focus is for parishioners to influence future policy.