Jason Corban (URPC Chairman) has resigned

David Harrison has just posted here saying that there is a notice on the Village Hall door announcing that the Parish Council’s Chairman (Jason Corban) […]

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Extraordinary PC Meeting – 24th Mar at 09:30am

An extraordinary meeting is planned on the 24th. Extraordinary, if it takes place!!!! Please NOTE the TIME! Extraordinary Parish Council Meeting Agenda – 24th March […]

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Two out of Five – URPC

This year to date, Upper Rissington Parish Council have scheduled five Parish Council Meetings and only two have taken place. YES TWO out of FIVE. […]

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Attenuation Pond Progress – plus

Photographs taken at the weekend, showing progress made with the Attenuation Pond, plus some HOLES?  

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What’s under your home?

See this planning link. A very fascinating situation and an interesting solution. I wish the owners every success in their plan to preserve the history in their […]

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Bovis receives 2 takeover offers.

Bovis shares are risen more than 10% in afternoon trading after it received two potential takeover offers. From www.bbc.co.uk  The housebuilder said it had turned […]

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Farman Crescent Bus Shelter refurbishment.

The Farman Crescent bus shelter has had a complete refurbishment and now looks brand new. We are all indebted to GCC Nigel Moor for organising […]

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CANX – Extraordinary URPC Meeting – 21 March ’17 – CANX

Extraordinary URPC Meeting on Tuesday 21st March 2017 at 7.30pm meeting is cancelled (20 March 2017. A reschedule is planned for 24th March. Agenda: Parish Council Meeting […]

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Rissington Black Hole Project……

The Black Hole project has begun (nee Attenuation Pond)…..I’m sure this is a relief for all concerned….. 🙂  

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The changing face of Victory Fields!

Here are a few pictures showing the huge change that the site has undergone. Amazing how much tidier the site was, roads swept and grass […]

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The Breeze – Spring Edition 2017

Please click on the link below to download the Spring Edition of the “Breeze”: The Breeze – Issue 12 – Spring 2017

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Farman Crescent old Coop site

Very soon the Midcounties Co-operative will be moving from Farman Crescent to its new site in the Village Square. Originally, there was a plan that […]

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Badhams in UR

Badhams the chemist, celebrates its future opening in Upper Rissington today. CC. Mark Mackenzie Charrington cut the ribbon with Mr Peter Badham, GCC Nigel Moor,  Liz […]

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A two year anniversary!

On the 9th March it will be two years since the new or is it now old Village Hall was completed by KIER. Incidentally, the […]

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Rural fly-tipping incidents on the rise

Info from RSN On-line. Fly-tipping incidents are on the rise – with more rubbish being illegally dumped in rural areas. Local authorities dealt with 936,000 […]

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Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty?

Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty? Officially yes! I cycled around the village taking a few photographs. The older part of the village certainly looks unkept […]

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The Vikings invade UR!

637 Volunteer Gliding Squadron are to be begin gliding this month with their Viking T Mk 1’s. The Facebook group kindly let me repost their […]

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CANX – Parish Council Meeting – 6th March ’17 – CANX

Parish Council Meeting Agenda – 6th March 2017 An Agenda with light at the end of the tunnel for the Village Hall Trust. Unsure, why […]

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Which Councillor is doing a good job?

On the 27th February, URPC held a meeting that created huge amounts of work for the Clerk and then failed to reach any measurable objectives. Why […]

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Police Helicopter Circles UR – 27 Feb 17

Thames Valley Police helicopter circles UR before 9am – clearly looking out for something or someone.  Helicopter type: Eurocopter EC135-P2+ Registration: G-TVHB on 4 Feb […]

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