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Ducklington Parish Council

Ducklington Village Green and Pond at SunsetDucklington Parish Council is the local authority for the civil parish of Ducklington in Oxfordshire. It is the first tier of local government and an elected body. In common with other parish and town councils, it has variable tax raising powers to support its operations and projects. The council welcomes public attendance at meetings and minutes of all meetings are available on this site. MORE >

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Bin/Recycling week
The District Council collects recycling weekly and alternates garden and landfill collections. This week is week number 16 and the collections are:
  • Garden waste (Green Bin)
  • Kitchen waste
  • Recycling

Please check with the District Council for any bank holiday or other changes.
Planning Applications

There are 3 planning applications registered for consideration in the parish of Ducklington.

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Ducklington volunteers working on the ditches

First volunteer working group

On Saturday the 11th of April the first Ducklington Volunteer Working group began the process of repairing and maintaining the ditches and watercourses through Ducklington.

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The Rev. Bob Edy, Rector of the parish of Ducklington and Hardwick

Rev. Bob Edy to leave Parish

St Bartholomew’s Church have recently announced that the Rev. Bob Edy, the Rector of Ducklington and Hardwick, is to leave the Parish after a farewell service on 17th May.

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Parish Council Vacancy

Following the Resignation of Glyn Rees there is a vacancy on the Parish Council.  This can now be filled by co-option

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Resignation of Glyn Rees

Councillor Glyn Rees has resigned from the Council after more than 10 years service. Glyn had served on many committees and represented the Council and the Parish at numerous groups and Oxfordshire events.

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