Oxspring is a small but growing village community of under 500 households nestling in the eastern foothills of the Pennines a short journey from Barnsley and the M1. Sheffield, Wakefield, Leeds and Manchester are all within a 30 miles radius.
PARISH OF OXSPRING
ANNUAL ASSEMBLY OF THE PARISH COUNCIL
Will be held on
MONDAY 18th May, 2015 at 6.45pm.
SAINT AIDAN’S CHURCH
Minutes and Matters Arising from the previous Assembly.
To receive the Accounts and various Reports of the Parish Council and Associated Village Bodies.
To receive observations by members of the Parish.
No matter what age you are, if you find it difficult to use standard public transport then you can apply to use a Door 2 Door service instead.
Door 2 Door services are designed for people who cannot use standard public transport.
Each service will pick you up from your home and can take you around your local area and beyond.
Door 2 Door is great for meeting new people,making new friends and being able to visit places you couldn’t get to before.
If you want to travel to the town centre or a local supermarket, Shopper Bus is the best service for you. It offers transport from your home on a Monday or Thursday.
Oxspring Parish Council have recently objected to a planning application for 4 dwellings on land adjacent to Millstones, Oxspring. To view the Parish Councils objection comments please view this:
Update February 2014:
The Oxspring Neighbourhood Plan Group now has a dedicated website.
Please view http://oxspringplan.org.uk/ for all the latest news, minutes of meetings and updates on the Neighbourhood Plan's progress.
Don't forget we are always looking for interesting articles for the newsletter, so if you feel that there are items you would like to appear in the next issue and feel they would be of interest to the residents of Oxspring then please contact the Clerk.