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The Primary School has hands-on fun for the family on Thursday
Screening on Friday 27 May at Eynsham Village Hall. Meantime, enjoy the videos
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.
Eynsham Online is going ‛mobile-friendlyʼ soon. We bring you the promised update!