Information about when and where Church Services are can be found on the Ironstone Churches website.
Checking your water supply valves
Residents are urged to check their water supply shut off valves both inside and outside of their home after a residents house was recently flooded, as both valves had failed and the water could not be isolated. Inside valves (stop cocks) are where the mains water supply enters the house, commonly under the sink. Outside they should be on the pathway outside your property or nearby. If the valve outside doesn’t work it is the responsibility of Thames Water 0845 9200 800. If the valve inside doesn’t work contact a plumber.
Concerned about rising fuel prices?
Looking for a way to lessen their impact on you? Well, we have the answer: Oxfordshire Car Share. The scheme provides a free service for you to find others to share your journeys with, cutting your travel costs in half or by even more.
The scheme is available to anyone living, working or travelling in or through Oxfordshire. Registration is completely free, and there are no obligations involved in using the service.
You can choose whom you wish to share with from the matches generated for you; how often you wish to share; whether you wish to be the driver or the passenger, or to alternate. It really is entirely up to you, and you don’t even need to own a car to use the site; just register as a passenger.
Register today at www.oxfordshirecarshare.com
Do you have Type 2 Diabetes?
Do you know someone with Type 2 Diabetes?
Your local NHS provide free education for people with diabetes who are registered with Oxfordshire GPs*
If you feel you or a member of your family would benefit, contact the Community Diabetes Service on 01869 604091 and ask about diabetes2gether and diabetes4ward or email firstname.lastname@example.org
* some areas use alternative services please contact us for further information.
Police Station Counter Services
New opening times for local Police Station Counter Services PDF
Oxfordshire Rural Communities
Aiming to improve the quality of life for those who live or work in rural Oxfordshire.