Stoke Row

About our village ...

Stoke Row is a village of approximately 700 inhabitants and is situated 175 metres above sea level at the southern end of the Chiltern Hills. It's flint and clay soil, laid over chalk, enabled its early history of pottery making. However, there was no natural water source and it is likely that only hunter gatherers would have visited this wooded area until the Saxons came.

At that time it became know as Stoches (meaning a fenced place) Ruh (meaning a rough, outlying place). Later this long narrow village, straggling along the ridge, became Stoke Rewe (the latter from the Norman French Rue, meaning street). Administratively, the village was in the parish of Ipsden until 1952, when it formed its own Parish Council...

- Angela Spencer-Harper, March 2004
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Stoke Row Parish Council

 

Notice of Vacancy (Woodcote and Rotherfield WARD of the) PARISH of Stoke Row, Oxfordshire.

 

NOTICE OF VACANCY IN THE OFFICE OF PARISH COUNCILLOR NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to Section 87(2) of the Local Government Act 1972 that

__________Catherine Hale___________

formerly a Member of the above Parish Council has ceased to be a Member and that a casual vacancy exists in the office of Councillor for the said Parish. On receipt of a request in writing from any ten local government electors for the said Parish/Parish Ward, an election to fill the vacancy will be held not later than 27th March 2020

If no such request is made the vacancy will be filled by co-option by the Parish Council.

Requests for such an election should be addressed to The Returning Officer, (at the office of the local district or unitary council ) to arrive not later than 6th March 2020. Ina Chantry, 6 Chestnut Close, Middle Assendon, Henley on Thames. RG9 6AY or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

DATE 26th February 2020

SIGNED I. M. Chantry        DESIGNATION (Clerk to the Council, the Proper Officer for this purpose)

Original document displayed at PC Noticeboard

What does a Parish Council do?

They are volunteers who represent the interests of the community and work to improve the local environment and quality of life.

On a practical level in Stoke Row the Parish Council works to improve the facilities available to the community. They are involved with reducing litter, aspects of planning and highways,  and maintaining the assets within the village. Often we are the link between the many elements that make up the community. They are a vital link with South Oxfordshire County Council.

Parish Councils cannot function without these volunteers.

Why not come along to our next meeting on 26th March 2020 and see what we do?

Stoke Row Annual Pancake Race

Tuesday February 25th

Village Green

2pm start

Bring your running shoes and a frying pan and come and join in  the races

Or   just come and spectate. 

Refreshments available. 

Here is the latest update from the Henley Neighbourhood Policing team.     

Henley Sector comprises of Henley Town and the parishes of Goring, Woodcote, Goring Heath, South

Stoke, Whitchurch-on-Thames, Nettlebed, Swyncombe, Pishill with Stonor, Bix & Assendon, Stoke Row, Highmoor, Checkendon, Rotherfield Greys, Sonning Common, Rotherfield Peppard, Kidmore End, Mapledurham, Harpsden, Binfield Heath, Shiplake, Eye & Dunsden. 

Priorities

Anti-social behaviour (ASB) around the Henley Area

Working with the local town council, community groups, schools and housing officers to ASB. We have been focusing our response to ASB by increasing engagement with the local community to raise awareness of the effects that drugs and alcohol have on individuals, their families and the local community. We are working with local charity outreach services to engage with and support young offenders who find themselves in a position of vulnerability where they could be exploited.  

We are working closely with the local schools in Henley and surrounding areas to reassure and support them with education, information and positive intervention with the youths and their families. 

 Vulnerable Victims of Fraud

The Henley neighbourhood policing team have adopted a single point of contact within the team who manages the risk and vulnerability assessments of victims of fraud within Henley police area. This process has been embedded into the team’s structure in order to prevent further offences and avoid repeat victims of exploitation and fraud. We have built a good relationship with the financial business sector in the community and have been arranging fraud awareness, crime prevention events and talks. Generally victims of Fraud are elderly and therefore we have been able to sign post victims to support networks and charities who can provide ongoing services.

Action Fraud referrals: This is where a victim has contacted Action Fraud and they in turn refer the victim’s details to TVP for a vulnerability assessment visit. Numerous reports continue to get referred and all are contacted by PCSO Janice Smith, to receive advice and support.

In December PCSO Janice Smith presented a Fraud Awareness visit to residents at Bowling Court in Henley, this was well attended and enthusiastically received.

Partnership working

TVP working together with SOHA enabling them to repossess a property in Henley; this was necessary to stop and remove unwelcome males who had moved into the house and were using it for criminal activity.

Crime Reduction

We continue to experience reports of theft from vehicle and vehicle interference.  Offenders are accessing parked cars without causing damage which leads us to believe vehicles are left insecure by their owners.

Please remember not to leave valuables in your car and ensure you always lock the vehicle, even when leaving it for a short time. 

 If you have any information about this please contact the Neighbourhood team on 101 or by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 What the neighbourhood team have been doing in January 

During the busy Christmas period, the team were out on foot patrol in the town centre.  Due to a number of purse thefts high visibility of officers seemed to do the trick.  Two arrests were made and the males are currently on remand.

Whilst predominately a neighbourhood team, we are still deployable to serious incidents; this month we have also been busy searching and conducting re-assurance patrols for several missing persons.

We have had two tragedies involving persons entering the river at Henley in recent months.  The neighbourhood team were involved in searches and reassurance patrols. 

Rural Crime continues to keep the team busy, the hare coursing season being in full swing now.

In the lead up to Christmas, a number of males were in Henley town centre posing as homeless and begging.  These same males had been seen in other towns on the South and Vale.  By working together over the whole area officers stop checking and moving them on, a picture became apparent and it was clear this was a large organised gang none of whom were homeless. 

Following complaints from the public, three females aggressively collecting on behalf of a charity for the deaf were stopped checked in Henley town centre.  These females have not been seen in the area since.

Have Your Say Meetings

‘Have Your Says’ are held by PCSOs in the Henley Sector every month – these are an opportunity for the public to meet a member of the neighbourhood team and raise any Police related concerns. 

 

  • PCSO Tom Rudd – 10-11am Thursday 6th February o/s Post Office Shiplake
  • PCSO Tom Rudd – 1130-1230pm Thursday 6thFebruary o/s Village Hall Sonning Common
  • PCSO Tom Rudd – 2-3pm Thursday 6 February o/s The Arcade Goring
  • PCSO Claire Hewett - 6-7pm Friday 7th February o/s Tesco Henley
  • PCSO Janice Smith - 12–1pm Friday 7th February o/s the Village Club Nettlebed
  • PCSO Chris Apps - 4-5pm Saturday 8th February in Market Place Henley

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Phone: 101

Always phone 999 in an emergency

Dear parishes,

I am emailing you to advertise the upcoming 2020 tour dates of our waste facilities here in Oxfordshire, to distribute to your members, put in your parish magazines/publications, or give to anybody within your community you think would be interested.

Tours are limited to 15 people per date, and places will be allocated on a “first come, first serve basis”. With this in mind if you are interested in any of the below dates, please send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with the name of the attendees, contact numbers for attendees, and an emergency contact. All tours start at 10am.

Viridor Energy Recovery Facility, Ardley (Black Bin)

  • Monday August 24th
  • Tuesday October 6th
  • Wednesday December 2nd

Severn Trent Green Power Anaerobic Digestion Plant, Wallingford (Food Bin)

  • Thursday June 11th
  • Wednesday September 9th
  • Tuesday November 17th

Here is the latest update from the Henley Neighbourhood Policing team.

Priorities
Anti-social behaviour (ASB) around the Henley Area
Working with the local town council, community groups, schools and housing officers to ASB. We have been focusing our response to ASB by increasing engagement with the local community to raise awareness of the effects that drugs and alcohol have on individuals, their families and the local community. We are working with local charity outreach services to engage with and support young offenders who find themselves in a position of vulnerability where they could be exploited. We are working closely with the local schools in Henley and surrounding areas to reassure and support them with education, information and positive intervention with the youths and their families.

Vulnerable victims of Fraud
The Henley neighbourhood policing team have adopted a single point of contact within the team who manages the risk and vulnerability assessments of victims of fraud within Henley police area. This process has been embedded into the team’s structure in order to prevent further offences and avoid repeat victims of exploitation and fraud. We have built a good relationship with the financial business sector in the community and have been arranging fraud awareness, crime prevention events and talks.
Generally victims of Fraud are elderly and therefore we have been able to sign post victims to support networks and charities who can provide ongoing services.
Action Fraud referrals: This is where a victim has contacted Action Fraud and they in turn refer the victim’s details to a TVP officer to visit either telephone or on-line fraud victims. Seven referrals were received this month, all visited by PCSO Smith, given advice and support. PCSO Janice Smith will be giving Fraud Awareness visits to sheltered housing in the Henley Sector,
starting with Goring.
If you have any information about this please contact the Neighbourhood team on 101 or by
email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Partnership working
Rotherfield Peppard Parish Council volunteers utilised our Speed Indicator Device (SID) for two days during October. 15 vehicles identified speeding during a thirty minute period. On another day 12 vehicles speeding during a thirty minute period. Many of these vehicles travelling at a speed of up to
42mph in a 30mph residential zone.
Community Speed-Watch: If you are a parish council and would like more information about
this please contact the Neighbourhood team on 101 or by email at
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Henley Sector


What the neighbourhood team have been doing in October
Whilst predominately a neighbourhood team, we are still deployable to serious incidents; this month we have also been busy searching and conducting re-assurance patrols for a missing female. During October the team also took part in a week-long operation run nationally relating to County Drug Lines. PCSO Smith & Hewett contacted all B&B’s, Hotels and Taxis Companies to alert and raise their awareness.

TVP also ran a week-long Rural Crime operation during 6-13th October. This included:
 Extra rural crime reduction signage being put out across the LPA
 Attending 9 hare coursing incidents, 5 suspicious circumstances, 3 fear for welfare or wanted
persons Attended 1 possible Fox Hunting report
 Visiting 83 farms across the LPA to engage with landowners and farmers.
 Responding to 10 reports of fly tipping working with the S & V Envirocrime team
 Over 14 beauty spots visited during daylight hours – preventing vehicle crime
 Stop checks: 64 vehicles stopped and checked, some vehicles with multiple passengers.
 Six farmers/gamekeepers worked with us for two nights acting as spotters for rural patrols
 Working alongside west Berks officers for one night - 4 arrests, 1 dog seizure, 1 vehicle seizure.
West Berks seizing a second vehicle linked to above the next day.
 One stolen caravan recovered & one stolen speedboat recovered.
 Two further arrests and two dog seizures
 One cannabis search/seizure.
Overall huge amount of work carried out by TVP officers, Landowners and partnership agencies.


Have Your Say Meetings
‘Have Your Says’ are held by PCSOs in the Henley Sector every month – these are an opportunity for
the public to meet a member of the neighbourhood team and raise any Police related concerns.
 PCSO Claire Hewett - Friday 15th November between 4-5pm at Henley Sports Centre
 PCSO Chris Apps – Friday 22nd November between 1030--midday at the Christ Church
Centre, Henley
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Phone: 101
Always phone 999 in an emergency

 

 TIME FOR A CHANGE

 Hi folks! The clocks have already changed so we must be due for another timetable change! The winter schedules will start on Monday December 2nd.
Our new timetables are out now, so please do pick up a copy from the bus, Goring railway station, the Parish Council Office and Wallingford Tourist Information Centre. They'll be available at library and Community Centre next week. Details are also on the website goingforwardbuses.com. You can find the major changes below.

 Back to normal on Saturdays for service 134

 We tried running one of our Goring to Wallingford buses on Saturdays through Streatley and Moulsford (route 133), but it's not proved popular, so we're going back to running all Saturday journeys on the east side of the river (route 134). This also means the pattern of service will be almost exactly the same as on Mondays to Fridays, except that the last bus in both directions will still be at 16.45 from Goring, 17.10 from Wallingford (35 minutes later on Mondays to Fridays).

The one other change is that the first bus to Wallingford on Saturdays will start from Springhill Road at 08.00, running via the Scout Hut, Elvendon Road, Milldown Avenue and Lockstile Way to the station, providing a connection with trains, and then running 'fast' along the main road to South Stoke and on to Wallingford. If you want to use this service to get to Wallingford, please board on its way to the station, or at Cleeve Crossroads (B4009 west side stop).

 More buses to Didcot

 Our service from Berinsfield and Home Park to Didcot on Wednesdays has been very popular, but not so many have been using the Monday service from Berinsfield and Home Park to Wallingford. We're hoping to spread the load a little by running a service to Didcot on Mondays. We'll still go to Wallingford but later in the morning, around lunchtime. It also means Long Wittenham and the Moretons will have a bus service on Mondays as well as Wednesdays. For details of the new service see our website. Sadly it's goodbye to Warborough but to date we haven't had a single passenger from there, so we don't think we'll be 'missed'!

 5 minutes makes all the difference

There's not much change to the 142-8 Goring to Reading service. But the 09.20 from Goring which runs via Crays Pond and Whitchurch Hill to Pangbourne and back to Goring will pop up the hill to Streatley Primary School picking up there at 09.45 on its way back to Goring station for the 09.55 departure to Reading. Hop on at Primary School and save braving the traffic coming up the hill trying to avoid the chimneys on either side of the road! Stay on the bus for Pangbourne and Reading, or jump off at the station for the trains.

Buses back from Reading will run slightly later, giving an extra five minutes in Reading. The 12.05 from Blagrave Street will drop off in Cleeve on request, and the 14.05 connects at Goring station with a 134 service towards Wallingford. If you want to be dropped off in The Coombe or Moulsford, stay on the bus at Goring station and it will go there on request.

 Staying the same

 No changes to the Goring to Henley (147/H1 & H2) service or the Wallingford to Watlington (137) service, and the only change to the 134 service on Mondays to Fridays is that the last bus from Goring station will leave at 17.20 instead of 17.15.

 Our special offers if you come by bus are still valid: 10% off food at The Village Cafe, The Catherine Wheel and The Miller of Mansfield in Goring. There's 10% off food and drink at The Perch & Pike in South Stoke - and new for this summer 10% off food and drink if you use our Thursday bus to get to The Unicorn at Peppard Common!

 Road works, road works, road works

 We're sorry that our service have been affected by the numerous road works that keep popping up all over the place with very little or sometimes no warning. We always try to serve all our stops wherever possible even if it means diversions which can cause a few minutes delay. If you're not sure what's happening, please call us on 07484 605888 and we'll try to help.

 Train times are changing too!

 Great Western Railway also introduces a new timetable from 15th December - so do check connections as most train times will be changing. Our buses will still connect with the half-hourly trains to and from Reading at Goring; there's usually around 10 minutes to get from the train to the bus. To keep things on track, on Mondays to Fridays the last bus from Goring station to Wallingford will leave at 17.20 instead of 17.15. This is to allow a connection from the 17.01 Reading to Goring (Banbury) train, which from December 15th will be running non-stop from Reading to Goring; and the 17.18 arrival from Didcot Parkway. The bus will wait until 17.30 if either of these trains are running late. Unfortunately we can't wait longer than that as it will cause too much of a delay for anyone waiting at stops along the way or in Wallingford wanting to come back.

Our buses also connect with trains at Henley-on-Thames, Didcot Parkway, Pangbourne and Reading railway stations so you can save money on parking if you hop on the bus!

 We still haven't found what we're looking for!

 We're still looking for more volunteer drivers to join our excellent dedicated team who might be able to help if one of our regular drivers is on leave or off sick - or maybe run a special trip for a local group, family or organisation - all you need is D1 entitlement on your licence - and to pass a medical if you're over 70.

And we still need people who could help with publicity and making sure that folk know about the bus! We'd love to have 'ambassadors' in each community that we serve, someone who can spread the word - and the timetables - around the village, and maybe also help keeping the timetables at bus stops and other prominent places up to date, especially when there are any changes. At the moment it's down to one man on his bike to try to do this! If you think you might have a few spare moments to help, please let us know at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Of course if you're a fare payer you'll automatically get free travel on all our services!

 Hope to see you on board soon. Remember the saying - use us, don't lose us! We are totally dependent on you to keep 'Going Forward'.

 We're still working on the final details for our new Bus Club for regular supporters - we hope to send out a special edition of the Newsletter launching it soon. Remember the saying - use us, don't lose us! Please pass the message on.

 www.goingforwardbuses.com 

 

 

 

 

 

TIME FOR A CHANGE

Hi folks! The clocks have already changed so we must be due for another timetable change!  The winter schedules will start on Monday December 2nd.
Our new timetables are out now, so please do pick up a copy from the bus, Goring railway station, the Parish Council Office and Wallingford Tourist Information Centre.  They'll be available at library and Community Centre next week.  Details are also on the website goingforwardbuses.com.  You can find the major changes below.

 
 
 

Back to normal on Saturdays for
service 134

We tried running one of our Goring to Wallingford buses on Saturdays through Streatley and Moulsford (route 133), but it's not proved popular, so we're going back to running all Saturday journeys on the east side of the river (route 134).  This also means the pattern of service will be almost exactly the same as on Mondays to Fridays, except that the last bus in both directions will still be at 16.45 from Goring, 17.10 from Wallingford (35 minutes later on Mondays to Fridays).

The one other change is that the first bus to Wallingford on Saturdays will start from Springhill Road at 08.00, running via the Scout Hut, Elvendon Road, Milldown Avenue and Lockstile Way to the station, providing a connection with trains, and then running 'fast' along the main road to South Stoke and on to Wallingford.  If you want to use this service to get to Wallingford, please board on its way to the station, or at Cleeve Crossroads (B4009 west side stop).  

 

More buses to Didcot

Our service from Berinsfield and Home Park to Didcot on Wednesdays has been very popular, but not so many have been using the Monday service from Berinsfield and Home Park to Wallingford.  We're hoping to spread the load a little by running a service to Didcot on Mondays.  We'll still go to Wallingford but later in the morning, around lunchtime.  It also means Long Wittenham and the Moretons will have a bus service on Mondays as well as Wednesdays.  For details of the new service see our website.  Sadly it's goodbye to Warborough but to date we haven't had a single passenger from there, so we don't think we'll be 'missed'!

 

5 minutes makes all the difference

There's not much change to the 142-8 Goring to Reading service.  But the 09.20 from Goring which runs via Crays Pond and Whitchurch Hill to Pangbourne and back to Goring will pop up the hill to Streatley Primary School picking up there at 09.45 on its way back to Goring station for the 09.55 departure to Reading.   Hop on at Primary School and save braving the traffic coming up the hill trying to avoid the chimneys on either side of the road!  Stay on the bus for Pangbourne and Reading, or jump off at the station for the trains. 

Buses back from Reading will run slightly later, giving an extra five minutes in Reading.  The 12.05 from Blagrave Street will drop off in Cleeve on request, and the 14.05 connects at Goring station with a 134 service towards Wallingford.  If you want to be dropped off in The Coombe or Moulsford, stay on the bus at Goring station and it will go there on request.

 

Staying the same

 

No changes to the Goring to Henley (147/H1 & H2) service or the Wallingford to Watlington (137) service, and the only change to the 134 service on Mondays to Fridays is that the last bus from Goring station will leave at 17.20 instead of 17.15.  

Our special offers if you come by bus are still valid: 10% off food at The Village Cafe, The Catherine Wheel and The Miller of Mansfield in Goring.  There's 10% off food and drink at The Perch & Pike in South Stoke - and new for this summer 10% off food and drink if you use our Thursday bus to get to The Unicorn at Peppard Common!

 

Road works, road works, road works

We're sorry that our service have been affected by the numerous road works that keep popping up all over the place with very little or sometimes no warning.  We always try to serve all our stops wherever possible even if it means diversions which can cause a few minutes delay.  If you're not sure what's happening, please call us on 07484 605888 and we'll try to help.

 

Train times are changing too!

 

Great Western Railway also introduces a new timetable from 15th December - so do check connections as most train times will be changing.  Our buses will still connect with the half-hourly trains to and from Reading at Goring; there's usually around 10 minutes to get from the train to the bus.  To keep things on track, on Mondays to Fridays the last bus from Goring station to Wallingford will leave at 17.20 instead of 17.15.  This is to allow a connection from the 17.01 Reading to Goring (Banbury) train, which from December 15th will be running non-stop from Reading to Goring; and the 17.18 arrival from Didcot Parkway.  The bus will wait until 17.30 if either of these trains are running late.  Unfortunately we can't wait longer than that as it will cause too much of a delay for anyone waiting at stops along the way or in Wallingford wanting to come back.

Our buses also connect with trains at Henley-on-Thames, Didcot Parkway, Pangbourne and Reading railway stations so you can save money on parking if you hop on the bus!

 
 

We still haven't found what
we're looking for!

We're still looking for more volunteer drivers to join our excellent dedicated team who might be able to help if one of our regular drivers is on leave or off sick - or maybe run a special trip for a local group, family or organisation - all you need is D1 entitlement on your licence - and to pass a medical if you're over 70.  

And we still need people who could help with publicity and making sure that folk know about the bus!  We'd love to have 'ambassadors' in each community that we serve, someone who can spread the word - and the timetables - around the village, and maybe also help keeping the timetables at bus stops and other prominent places up to date, especially when there are any changes.  At the moment it's down to one man on his bike to try to do this!  If you think you might have a few spare moments to help, please let us know at
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  Of course if you're a fare payer you'll automatically get free travel on all our services!

Hope to see you on board soon.  Remember the saying - use us, don't lose us!  We are totally dependent on you to keep 'Going Forward'.

We're still working on the final details for our new Bus Club for regular supporters - we hope to send out a special edition of the Newsletter launching it soon.  Remember the saying - use us, don't lose us!  Please pass the message on.

 

www.goingforwardbuses.com

 
 

TRAFFIC REGULATION NOTICE
ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT, 1984

Notice is hereby given pursuant to Section 14(2) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act, 1984, that the Oxfordshire County Council

TEMPORARILY PROHIBITS THE USE OF THE HIGHWAY
BY ALL MOTOR VEHICLES

LOCATION: Henley on Thames, Stoke Row, Newlands Lane

REASON: To facilitate BT access to overhead cables to install a new customer connection

DURATION: 21 January 2020 between 09:30 and 15:30
(Traffic Regulation Notices cover a maximum of 5 consecutive days.)

ACCESS: Limited access will be maintained for emergency service vehicles and for frontages within the closed section of road, subject to the progress of the works

 

SUGGESTED ALTERNATIVE ROUTE: via Nottwood Lane- unnamed road through Stoke Row, Newlands Lane and vice versa

TRAFFIC REGULATION NOTICE

ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT, 1984

Notice is hereby given pursuant to Section 14(2) of the Road Traffic Regulation Act, 1984, that the Oxfordshire County Council

 TEMPORARILY PROHIBITS THE USE OF THE HIGHWAY BY ALL MOTOR VEHICLES

           LOCATION:         Checkendon, Uxmore Road

                    REASON:            To facilitate clearing of blocked road ducts for BT

 DURATION:         Starting on 17 January 2020

                                        The anticipated completion date is 19 January 2020 (date included). Road Closure between 8:30 to 17:00

                                       (Traffic Regulation Notices cover a maximum of 5 consecutive days.)

           ACCESS:             Limited access will be maintained for emergency service vehicles and for frontages within the closed section of road, subject to the progress of the works

 

 SUGGESTED ALTERNATIVE ROUTE: via Uxmore Road-A4074-Horsepond Road-Stoke Road- Stoke Row-Uxmore Road-vice versa

 

 

        

         

On the 27th-29th of November between the hours of 8.00am and 4.30pm parts of Stoke Row will undergo a deepclean.  This is being carrried out by SODC and one of the target areas is the pavement running opposite Stoke Row Stores and Cafe. 

To enable this to be effective we need the road to be clear of parked cars and are requesting that cars are not parked along this stretch of road on either side to allow traffic to pass while SODC workers are completing their work.

Signs reminding people will go up in advance.

Thank you very much for your understanding and cooperation.

Ina Chantry (Parish Clerk) 

My name is Ina Chantry and I have been Parish Clerk since September. I previously worked as a teacher in the secondary sector. I am  involved with a charity working with autistic children and I am also a parish councillor for my parish of Bix and Assendon.

I go to the Stoke Row Stores and cafe on a Monday afternoon between 2-3pm. If for any reason I cannot make that time I will let Nikki at the cafe know and usually arrange a different day.

I look forward to getting to know the parish, the people and working with you all. if you would like to raise a concern please come along to the cafe.

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