Parish Councils are civil councils and the lowest tier of local government in England. They are financed by a small amount of Council Tax, called the Precept. All Parish Councillors are volunteers.
Ascott-under-Wychwood Parish Council is entitled to maximum 5 Councillors and a part-time Clerk, who is a paid employee. We meet every 2nd Monday in the month (except in August) and all monthly meetings are open to the public. Monthly meetings are held at 7.30pm in Tiddy Hall, in the main hall downstairs. Agendas are posted on village noticeboards a week before each meeting. Minutes are available a month after each meeting on this website or contact the Clerk.
Parish Councillors 2020
|Chairman, Planning, Recreation,
Emergency Plan, Road Drainage
|Vice Chairman, Defibrillator, Wychwood Library
|Councillor, Transport, Road Safety
|Councillor, Allotments, Technical/GDPR
|Councillor, Footpath Registration
|Responsible Financial Officer
Our core responsibilities include maintaining green spaces such as the Green, the Pound, Playing Field, Playground and Allotments (but not footpaths)*, liaising with village organisations, WODC, OCC and transport companies, commenting on planning applications and running the Community Emergency Plan.
Contact Parish Councillors at firstname.lastname@example.org or speak to any Councillor.
Contact the Clerk at email@example.com, Mrs A Barnes, Yew Tree Cottage, 58 New Street, Chipping Norton, Oxon OX7 5LJ.
To report issues with road surfaces contact Oxfordshire County Council direct on their portal ‘Fix my Street‘.
To report issues with public footpaths and bridleways contact Oxfordshire County Council ‘Public Rights of Way Dept.‘