Parish Notices – Notes, Updates, and Events in Wootton Parish Council Near Abingdon

On this page, you will find the updates and information on events that the people of the Parish may be interested in.

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Wootton Parish Council currently has two vacancies for the co-option of a Parish Councillor to serve until May 2023.

Have you thought of becoming a Parish Councillor?

If you have:

  • An understanding and willingness to represent the views of the whole community
  • An interest in being an effective councillor
  • Able to attend regular evening meetings; the Parish Council Meetings are usually held on the first Tuesday of each month at 7:30pm in the Wootton and Dry Sandford Community Centre.
  • Interested in local issues, preferably not just a single issue

You could be just what YOUR Parish Council is looking for.

Read more about becoming a Parish Councillor in Wootton.

Notice of Public Rights

Corona Virus.  If anyone has any concerns about how they or a neighbour or relative is going to be able cope with the restrictions to our day to day lives, for residents of Wootton Parish, please go to our Corona Virus Hub Page.

Further information can be found at:

World Health Organisation

UK Government


Oxfordshire All In

Vale of White Horse District Council

Wootton Writing Group.  Wootton Writing Group comprises ten aspiring writers. Each member of the group focusses on their own area of interest, so we have members writing novels, short stories, fantasy, children’s books, poetry, plays and non-fiction.  The group meets every month to exchange ideas and comment on each other’s work.  We also hold events from time to time to meet published authors, agents and publishers.

George Edmonds-Brown, Telephone: 01865 736365. E-mail:

Consideration in the Community. The Parish Council continues to receive complaints by residents about speeding in the village, blocking pavements by parked cars, dog waste and bonfires. We can all help by encouraging a climate of consideration for our neighbours as we go about our daily lives. It is illegal to block pavements by parking on them as this makes it difficult and often dangerous for disabled people and people with young children. Whilst it is not illegal to burn garden waste this should be kept within reasonable levels and should not cause a nuisance to neighbours or endanger traffic. More detailed guidance from the Vale of White Horse DC Environmental Health Officer will be published on this website.

VWHDC Recycling note.  The Vale of White Horse District Council has informed us that items for recycling in the green bins must be loose or in a transparent bag. If the green bin contains black or coloured bags it will not be emptied.

Parking by the One-Stop on Besselsleigh Road. We’ve received several complaints about parking. Read more at this link: Parking on the pavement by the One-Stop.