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Polite note from Cllr. Wendy Way – Chair of Brize Norton Parish Council: 3rd February 2021

Dear Villagers

MKJ has been down Manor Road, Carterton Road and Station Road this week re-instating the grass verges with top soil and grass seed so as to ensure that those verges look as good as, or better than they did before they began their work through the village at the end of last year.

Already, I have noticed that people and dogs have been walking on these areas.  

Please may I respectfully ask that people do not walk on these re-instated areas to allow them to recover and ensure that our village retains its green areas.  I also ask that vehicles are not parked on these areas as well.

Your support is greatly appreciated.

 

! CORONAVIRUS NEWS !

Following the announcement by the Prime Minister, national lockdown restrictions are still in place. It is now Law that members of the public stay at home, except for certain reasons.

To help villagers have the most up to date information – please click the link below which will take you to the Government website

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/national-lockdown-stay-at-home

COVID-19 Advice for Brize Norton Villagers

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Brize Norton is a rural West Oxfordshire parish from which the RAF headquarters of Transport Command takes it is name. The parish is located approximately 5 miles south west of Witney, with Minster Lovell to the north, Bampton to the south, the RAF base and the new town of Carterton to the west. The Parish Council meets monthly, on the first Monday of each month in the Village Pavilion. The public are welcome to attend and there is time set aside for members of the public to make representations.

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