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The Oxfordshire branch Annual General Meeting 2018 will be held on
Saturday 21st July at 2.30pm in the Fleet Meadow Community Hub, Sandringham Road, Didcot, OX11 8TP.

A representative (tbc) from South Oxfordshire District Council will speak on Didcot Garden Town.
Didcot was awarded Garden Town status in 2015. It’s no secret that a lot more homes are going to be built in and around Didcot over the next 15 years. Being a Garden Town means we’ll be able to apply for more money from the government to support those new communities with the roads and facilities they’ll need whilst helping us all to travel around Didcot more easily. One of the ideas behind Didcot Garden Town is to preserve the green gap between Didcot and the surrounding villages – this will benefit residents of all of these villages, as well as residents in Didcot itself.
Taken from the SODC website, to visit the SODC website click here.

After the AGM, talk and refreshments we will exploring Mowbray Fields local nature reserve. The reserve was purchased by South Oxfordshire Council in the 1980's and became a designated nature reserve in 2000 , when Earth Trust began managing the reserve. It includes a wildflower meadow providing a haven for over 200 species of invertebrates, mamals and birds. There is a raised causeway and viewing platform in the middle of the reserve allowing visitors to take a closer look at ponds, rough grassland, marsh and wet woodland.

With thanks to CPRE South Oxfordshire District Group for providing refreshments.

Everyone welcome to attend, only members are able to vote. 

CPRE Oxon Papers for the 2018 AGM

CPRE Oxon Articles of Association


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