East Hanney Parish Council

Serving the people of East Hanney

Clerk: Guy Langton
12 Brookside, East Hanney
Wantage, Oxfordshire OX12 OJL

Tel: 01235 867403

  • The Black Horse, East Hanney

    The Black Horse, East Hanney

    The Black Horse Public House, Main Street, East Hanney.

  • St James the Less (former)

    St James the Less (former)

    The deconsecrated St James the Less, Main Street. East Hanney.

  • Dandridge Mill

    Dandridge Mill

    A former silk mill now private dwellings in East Hanney.

  • The old 'Vintage' pub

    The old 'Vintage' pub

    Thanks to Don McDouall

East Hanney Parish Council provides your local services. We strive to make East Hanney a better place to live, to work and visit. Our website includes a wealth of information about how we conduct business and what we do. Use the search or browse the site to find whatever you are looking for. If you can't find the information you require then please contact us.

Latest News

Dews Meadow development proposal to be heard by the Planning Committee

Tue, 14 Aug 2018 08:43 by Guy Langton

Planning Committee Notification

CONTACT OFFICER : Nandini Srirathan

planning@whitehorsedc.gov.uk

Tel : 01235 422600

Location: Land North of Summertown East Hanney
Proposal: Approval of details for construction of 45 dwellings (Use Class C3) and associated parking, infrastructure and landscaping, and provision of public open space (as revised 11 May 2018, 15 June 2018 and 23 July 2018). Application reference: P17/V2973/RM More »

The planning committee will consider this application on 22 August 2018. The meeting will start at 6:30pm at Wantage Civic Hall, Portway, Wantage, Oxfordshire, OX12 9BY.

The officer's recommendation to committee is to grant planning permission. You can see a copy of the officer's report on our website at www.whitehorsedc.gov.uk - search for 'Councillors, committees, meetings and agendas' from the 'Quick Links' on the homepage, and then click on 'Calendar of Meetings' and select Planning Committee on 22 August 2018.

If you would like to speak at this meeting, please let the contact officer know in writing by 12 noon on 21 August 2018. You can either:

email Nandini Srirathan at planning@whitehorsedc.gov.uk; or

Please contact the contact officer by telephone or email if you need any help.

Nandini Srirathan, for Adrian Duffield (Head of Planning). » Less

New bench seats

New bench seats

Sun, 29 Jul 2018 08:55 by Guy Langton

The new seats for the trees opposite La Fontana have been installed.

The blacksmith, Julie Grose needs to do a few adjustments which she will do Monday ready for the official opening on Monday evening.

The seats are however safe to use immediately.

Abingdon's Abbey Gardens is awarded Green Flag for tenth year in a row

Sun, 29 Jul 2018 08:45 by Guy Langton

Abbey Gardens in Abingdon has been recognised by the prestigious Green Flag Award Scheme as one of the great green spaces and parks in the country… for the tenth year running.

The area, which is also a scheduled ancient monument, is maintained by Vale of White Horse District Council. It received its first Green Flag Award in 2009 following a five-year restoration project to transform the site to the way it looked in its Victorian heyday. More »

This is its tenth annual international award, which is a sign to the public that the space boasts the highest possible environmental standards, is beautifully maintained and has excellent visitor facilities.

The Green Flag site says of the park: "The Abbey Gardens offers visitors a quiet retreat where they can relax, enjoy the flower displays, explore the archaeology or take part in informal recreational activities. The park also hosts a number of community events throughout the year."

Cllr Elaine Ware, cabinet member for housing and environment for the Vale of White Horse District Council said: "We are over the moon to receive a Green Flag Award for the tenth year in a row. It shows that not only can we attain the high standards expected by those giving the award, we can maintain those standards for a decade.

"The staff keep the gardens beautiful for everyone to enjoy, through all the seasons including the recent hot weather, which is trying for any gardener.

"We know how much quality green spaces matter to residents and visitors, and this award really does celebrate the dedication that goes into maintaining Abbey Gardens to such a high standard."

International Green Flag Award scheme manager Paul Todd said: "Each flag honours the thousands of staff and volunteers who work tirelessly to maintain the high standards demanded by the Green Flag Award. We are proud to have so many wonderful green spaces in the UK for people to enjoy, and hope that next year, we award even more flags."

Notes to editors

The Green Flag Awards Scheme (http://greenflagaward.org/) is run by the environmental charity Keep Britain Tidy, under licence from the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government, in partnership with Keep Scotland Beautiful, Keep Wales Tidy and Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful.

The Abbey Gardens are located near to the town centre of Abingdon and are designated as a Scheduled Ancient Monument as the Abingdon Abbey, which dates back to the seventh century, once stood on the site. The layout of the outer wall to the abbey is marked on the ground with stone blocks, and interpretation boards in the park give an impression of how the site would have looked when the Abbey was there.

The gardens comprise of two main areas; the formal garden area with flower beds, herbaceous borders, seating and an Italian walkway; and open parkland with a number of mature trees, an ornamental lake and a Folly that stands near a statue of Queen Victoria.

Communications

South Oxfordshire and Vale of White Horse District Councils01235 422400www.southoxon.gov.uk | @southoxonwww.whitehorsedc.gov.uk | @whitehorsedc » Less