Tag: open space

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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Ducklington village grass cutting

Ducklington Pond and Green

At the April Parish Council meeting councilors discussed the previous years problems with the grass cutting in the village and on the sports field. Complaints had been received throughout the year and the Council had difficulty in getting the contractor to attend and to cut the grass to an acceptable standard. In order to ensure… Continue Reading Ducklington village grass cutting

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Volunteers required to help Coordinator

Having recently been appointed as the volunteer coordinator I am now looking for volunteers who would be interested in helping to maintain the ditches throughout the village.

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Craig Warner appointed as Volunteer Coordinator

The Parish Council is pleased to announce that after the interview process Mr. Craig Warner has been appointed as the Parish Council’s first volunteer coordinator.

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Vacancy for a paid Volunteer Co-ordinator

Ducklington Parish Council is looking for someone to take the lead in resolving the surface water problems we experience in the village.

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.ducklingtonparishcouncil.gov.uk/2013/10/vacancy-volunteer-co-ordinator/

Dog fouling, please use the bins provided

The Parish Council receives a steady stream of complaints about dog fouling.

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Bartholomew Close Benches to be repaired

Benches at Bartholomew Close

The benches at Bartholomew Close open space which were sadly maliciously damaged at the beginning of July are to be repaired and re-installed during the start of August. The Council is grateful to local firm Wesley Barrell for offering to repair the benches so speedily.

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Damage to Benches at Bartholomew Close open space

Benches at Bartholomew Close

Sadly, the benches on the Bartholomew Close open space have been badly damaged in the last few days. Both benches seem to have been damaged in the same way and it looks like vandalism. The benches are now unfit for use and the Parish Council is considering what to do about them. If you know… Continue Reading Damage to Benches at Bartholomew Close open space

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Walks: The geology of the Lower Windrush Valley

LWVP

Two summer walks with Lesley Dunlop from the Oxfordshire Geology Trust to explore the geology that underpins the unique landscape of the valley today. Wednesday 10th July from Stanton Harcourt to the Devil’s Quoits Wednesday 21st August from Rushy Common Nature Reserve car  park The walks will start at 7.00 pm and cover 2-3 miles over flat ground… Continue Reading Walks: The geology of the Lower Windrush Valley

Permanent link to this article: http://www.ducklingtonparishcouncil.gov.uk/2013/06/walks-the-geology-of-the-lower-windrush-valley/

Become wild plant pioneers with plantlife

Wild plant charity Plantlife (www.plantlife.org.uk), are hoping to reach out to many wild plant enthusiasts and nature lovers by inviting them to become wild plant ‘pioneers’ and subscribe to a free quarterly e-learning bulletin to learn more about their local native wild plants via the ‘Wild About Plants’ project website – www.wildaboutplants.org.uk . The Wild About Plants… Continue Reading Become wild plant pioneers with plantlife

Permanent link to this article: http://www.ducklingtonparishcouncil.gov.uk/2013/06/become-wild-plant-pioneers-with-plantlife/

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