Eynsham Neighbourhood includes the parishes of Aston, Cassington, Cote, Freeland, Hardwick with Yelford, North Leigh, South Leigh, Northmoor, Standlake and Stanton Harcourt.
Priorities for the Eynsham area were identified by public consultation in summer 2014:
Responsibility for parking enforcement was transferred from the police to West Oxfordshire District Council parking wardens in January 2010. However, they still have a remit to deal with obstruction - read more >>
Youth priorities cover any youth issue except ASB, including provision of facilities if applicable. The Neighbourhood Police Team also work to resolve other problems raised. Contact them by email or phone the new non-emergency number 101.
If there are any issues you wish to speak to the team about, please come and have a word. We are at Eynsham Village Hall on Monday 14:00-16:00; Tuesday 09:00-12:00; Thursday 09:00-12:00; or Saturday 09:00-12:00. View map >>
We are also closely involved with Eynsham Neighbourhood Action Group (NAG).
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PCSO Helen Keen is organizing another free community information day in Eynsham Village Hall on Saturday 6 June. Time for local groups to book a place!
PC Martyn McHale reports on Hotel (and B&B) Watch; drugs in pubs; and inconsiderate parking around local schools.
Welcome to PCSO Sandra Syphas, camper van thefts from Witney Road, vanishing trick with capping stones: Martyn McHale reports
Thames Valley Police will shortly have supplies of forensic marking kits for use within the home, which hopefully act as a deterrent against burglary