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Eynsham Parish Council

Parish Council Newsletters

Eynsham Parish Council logoThe Eynsham ECHO is a free newsletter, delivered to every home and business about 4 times a year until January 2013: for enquiries contact the Clerk.

A reader survey in February 2010 suggested some room for change; another survey in February 2013 encouraged broader collaboration through the EYNSHAM NEWS. The new publication appears 6 times a year, in print and online.

The Eynsham BULLETIN is a monthly round-up of local headlines and diary items, complete with relevant links, delivered by email to subscribers only. Just supply your contact details to ensure you never miss a thing - or preview the latest issue below.

For earlier issues, and other Newsletters, please consult the Document Archive.

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  • 24 May
    What's On This Month
  • The Primary School has hands-on fun for the family on Thursday

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  • 23 May
    Bridge of Spies (PG-13, 2015)
  • Bridge of SpiesScreening on Friday 27 May at Eynsham Village Hall. Meantime, enjoy the videos

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  • 17 May
    Investing in the A40
  • OCC Cabinet meets 24 May to review consultation responses. In addition to the new Eynsham P&R and eastbound bus lane already being planned and funded, officers recommend a dual carriageway from Witney to the P&R, plus a westbound bus lane from Dukes Cut canal bridge to the Eynsham P&R. This long term plan is estimated at £54m and has no funding yet.

  • 13 May
    Be in at the Start
  • Eynsham Online is going ‛mobile-friendlyʼ soon. We bring you the promised update!

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