Welcome to our website. We use these pages to keep the community up to date with news, events and other information for the picturesque villages of Shillingford St George and Shillingford Abbot.
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If you need to self-isolate because of Coronavirus and require help with shopping etc,
we have volunteers willing to help you.
Alternatively, if you would like to volunteer to help, please contact the clerk leaving details of what you are able to do.
Please contact Shillingford Parish Clerk - Mrs Juliette Thompson
by email on - firstname.lastname@example.org
or by mobile on - 07427 145320
Thank you to all those that have already volunteered
Shillingford Parish Council held its online meeting on Monday 10th August 2020 at 6pm. The meeting was well attended and guest speaker, Michael Bracken from The Woodland Trust, answered questions relating to the proposed purchase of Shillingford Wood.
The next Parish Council meeting will be held on Tuesday 15th September 2020 at 7:30pm via Zoom. Please contact the Clerk for login details.
Cllr Parrott and Cllr Carr (with help from his grandson) have been hard at work trying to improve internet speeds in Shillingford Abbot. They have signed up to the Community Fibre Partnership and the next stage will be looking for grants and funding.
If you would like to read a digital version of the latest edition of our Parish magazine, Country News, you can access it by clicking here
On behalf of the residents of Shillingford St George and Shillingford Abbot, the Parish Council would like to thank Boyces Nursery for the wonderful flower displays that have been brightening up the parish this summer.
The Parish Council discussed two planning applications at the recent meeting: the first was for construction of a new self-catering holiday lodge at South View Farm. The Parish Council decided to support the application but only if the footpath remains and the proposed development doesn't infringe on the footpath. The second application was for a Tree Preservation Order at St Georges Church. This application was opposed, as it was felt to be unnecessary.
The Parish Council are aware that residents have been asking if the grass on the village green could be cut. As the Parish Council are not responsible for the village green and the trustees refuse to allow us to cut the grass, we are not in a position to cut it.
The Village Hall diary is now available online and we're able to take bookings by email.
Why not try us for your wedding party, birthday party, class or meeting?
Barratt Homes are proposing to develop a site at the Alphington end of Waybrook Lane. The planning proposals can be found by clicking here. Further information is available from the Parish Clerk.