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Eynsham Parish Council

Access and Parking

Access and Parking

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Above: red dotted lines show vehicular routes to the free car park - download the map >>

  • Official car park for Eynsham Medical Centre
  • Bartholomew Sports Centre and the Village Hall are just across the road
  • Central shops & services are only a few minutesí walk along Conduit Lane
  • A regular collection / drop-off point for outings by local groups
  • Site of village recycling banks; large public notice board on the east wall.

The unisex toilet block with baby changing unit is accessible for people with disabilities and fully compliant with the Disability Discrimination Act. Tim Seton, WODC Senior Building Surveyor, supervised delivery in 2009 and kindly supplied some images for the slideshow - read background >>

FURTHER READING: please enjoy this selection of local maps.

Related Documents
27/03/2012 Access, industrial estates, central car park
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    Photo: Helen Peacocke 30/07/2009

    The unit was transported on the back of a flat bed HGV, which needed to access the car park via the exit road. It was then lifted via a high ab crane and lowered into position. The Eynsham public convenience is part of a £800,000 district-wide refurbishment programme.

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    Photo: Tim Seton 30/07/2009

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    Photo: Tim Seton 30/07/2009

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    Photo: Tim Seton 30/07/2009

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    Photo: Eynsham Online 30/07/2009

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    Photo: Eynsham Online 30/08/2009

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    Photo: Eynsham Online 15/08/2009

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    Photo: West Oxfordshire DC 27/08/2009

    A group of passing cyclists from the Veteran Cycle Club stopped by to use the new conveniences. They also helped Cllr David Harvey, Cabinet Member for the Environment, with the ribbon cutting.