Oxhill Parish Council

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South Warwickshire, England.

Notes of a meeting of Oxhill Parish Council

Held on Tuesday 11th November 2003 at 8pm in the Village Hall

 

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Attended by David Hill Chairman, Tom Heritage, Gwyneth Adams, Stephen Hackett and Brian Emmerson - Councillors

Matters Discussed

Defibrillator

Mike Shepard and Barbara Peach, qualified users of this piece of medical equipment, gave details to the meeting of how they are prepared to give a service to the community (controlled through the Ambulance Service) in cases of heart attack. This would not be a 24 hours service but as and when more people volunteer and become qualified the scheme could be extended. The Parish Council gave their support to this and thanked both for their voluntary work in this field of medical cover and would look at covering the running costs of such equipment.

Recreational Facilities

Mrs. Rodwell of Oxhill Manor has very kindly agreed to make a piece of land available for football etc. This will be looked at with all safety aspects considered.

Village Hall 

The Parish Council agreed to support the general wear and tear of the Village Hall to ensure its continued viability. The amount of money will be determined at the January meeting when detailed costing will be available.

Planning

Application for replacement dwelling at Willow Ley returned with objection to size of garage, building on flood plane and exit onto Kineton Road.

No objections raised to application for open hearth at Beach Road.

Permission refused for 2-storey side extension at the Conifers, Whatcote Road.

Finance

Thank you letter received from the Air Ambulance Service for donation.

The removal of the dead tree at the lay-by would be dealt with.

Date of next meeting

Tuesday 13th January 2004 at 8.00 p.m. in the Village Hall.

Angela Kean, Clerk

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