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Local Government

Oxfordshire County Council is responsible for many of Ewelme's services such as education, social services and highways.

The County Councillor is:

Tony Crabbe This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


South Oxfordshire District Council is responsible for other services such as planning, refuse collection and housing.

The District Councillors are:

Felix Bloomfield This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Rachel Wallis This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

The Parish Council has 6 members and a clerk.  They meet in the Village Hall, usually on the second Wednesday of the month.  This is subject to change, so check on the notice board outside the Village Hall.
For more information, contact the chairman, Peter Lemaire; the vice-chairman, David Cooper; or the clerk, Penny Cooper.



The Ewelme News (plans are for back issues to be available here) is published bi-monthly (Jan, Mar, May, Jul, Sep and Nov) and the Benson Bulletin is also delivered to all households.

Ewelme is in the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty not far from the River Thames between Oxford and Reading and our nearest town is Wallingford


Recycling

We generate a lot of waste each year, much of which can be recycled - SODC provides a collection scheme from each household and provides recycling banks in key locations - details can be found on the SODC website here.


As we extend this web site, we plan to add all sorts of useful information to this page. This will include:
  • Details about the local Medical Responder.
  • Details of the local ammenities (local tip etc) - details, opening times.
  • Details of Millstream surgery, Benson.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 08 May 2012 18:48  

Newsflash

Your new pavilion

The results are in...

200+ preferred a traditional style and 50+ preferred the modern. There were many, many constructive comments which the PC is now collating into a report to be issued very shortly.

Someone has already borrowed the bulldozer!