Eynsham's first graffiti day went down a storm last year. And the next event is now secure, thanks to a hard-working bunch of young people who have just been awarded funds for a 'Pimp my Bike' project in Eynsham.
PCSO Helen Keen explains, “Bicycles seem to be THE mode of transport for youths in Eynsham and the villages, so it makes sense to get them busy decorating and maintaining their bikes so they are safe and seen.”
The photo below was taken shortly afterwards, at a restoring break in a well-known burger bar.
The group has been awarded £3,000 towards two projects at Eynsham Youth Club in the Easter holidays:
More information from PCSO Helen Keen email
The Parish Council is proposing the creation of a Neighbourhood Plan, to help plan and guide development of the village. Find out more and have your say on Eynsham’s future at the launch on 20-21 March.
Agenda items tonight include management of the Playing Fields and progress on the Neighbourhood Plan. Members of the public are always welcome to attend.
RAF Brize Norton has written expressing concern that increasing recreational use of small unmanned aircraft (drones) is putting regular, official flights at risk.
Sadly some trees which form Queen Mother’s clump have become a safety risk.
Travellers on this unauthorised encampment received notice to quit today. If you see anything suspicious, such as moving to another site nearby, please report it FAST
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