Ian Hudspeth OBE

The parish council would like to congratulate Ian Hudspeth, the former leader of Oxfordshire County Council has been awarded an OBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List for services to Local Government. Ian Hudspeth, who became a county councillor in 2005 and...

County Councillor report – 7 June

As the new county councillor for the Woodstock Division, this first bulletin is a report of my 3 weeks as a councillor but future bulletins will be a slimmed down version. This is an update on my work on behalf of our communities and an overview of what is happening...

Update from Richard Bishop

Each month for the last seven years, and for about twelve years before that as Parish Council Chairman, I have attempted to give the village as much information as possible both relating to the parish and the wider district. These reports have included much which was...

Prince Philip

Prince Philip, Queen Elizabeth II’s husband, has died aged 99, Buckingham Palace has announced on Friday 9 April. In a statement shortly after midday, the palace said: “His Royal Highness passed away peacefully this morning at Windsor Castle.” The...

Local elections – Thursday 6 May

The next elections within the area of West Oxfordshire are on Thursday 6 May 2021, when there will be elections for: 10 seats on Oxfordshire County Council 17 seats on West Oxfordshire District Council 147 seats on 22 Town and Parish councils the Police and Crime...

Wanted: Community Responder

Stonesfield Parish Council would really like to see us have a community responder in our rural village. Would you be interested in becoming one? Please read on for further information from South Central Ambulance Service. Community and Co-Responders – South...

Key dates for local elections

This is to let you know details of the key dates for residents to be aware of for the upcoming local elections on 6 May. We would appreciate your support in helping share these messages with your local residents so they are aware of what they need to do and when so...

Please clean up after your dog

Dog mess is the most unacceptable and offensive type of litter on our streets. Residents are reminded to clear up after there dogs and take it home or to the nearest dog bin to dispose of it. We have seen an increase in dog mess being left in the village particularly...