Parish Council News
Flood levels have risen on the Wendlebury Brook as a result of the heavy rainfall and a Flood Warning has been issued. This can be found on the flood warning information service at https://flood-warning-information.service.gov.uk/target-area/061FWF14WendleBk
The County Emergency Planning Team has arranged for Highways to deliver more sandbags to The Lion.
It is now recommended that all villagers living near the brook should start to move their belongings upstairs if at all possible.
More information will follow.
The Parish Council will be laying a poppy wreath on the War Memorial Bench opposite the Lion on Monday 11 November at 11am and observing the two minute silence.
Please do come along and join the informal group to remember the brave men from the village.
The September Parish Council meeting will take place on Thursday 26 September at 8pm in the Village Hall.
The agenda and meeting papers are available at https://www.wendleburypc.org.uk/meeting-agenda-and-minutes/april-2019-march-2020/
All are welcome to come along
The Parish Council has been informed that the company Reach Active will be undertaking excavation works on Wendlebury Road near Bicester Avenue.
These works are to install new high voltage power and Thames Water infrastructure and will be done in consultation with Officers at Oxfordshire County Council to ensure the least disruption.
A southbound closure of the Wendlebury Road between Bicester Avenue and Shoulder Way is planned together with a no left turn at the Shoulder Way junction to the Vendee Drive roundabout for northbound traffic. These restrictions will be in place from 23 September until 18 October with a local diversion route in place.
To get to Bicester, villagers will need to drive all the way down the Wendlebury Road to Bicester Avenue, exit onto the A41 southbound, drive up to the Vendee Drive roundabout and double back on the northbound carriageway.
The easiest way of getting into the village will be via the southbound A41 junction nearest the village which the majority of people currently use.
We have been assured that every effort will be made to keep disruption to a minimum during these works.