Baldons Parish Council serving the villages of Marsh, Toot and Little Baldon in Oxfordshire.
Please contact us if you have questions concerning the work of the Parish Council, if you have any concerns that you feel the Council should be aware of or where it can help or support you.
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The Baldons Community website is the place to come for information about our parishes.
Looking for an interest group or upcoming events? Need to know the times for the Mobile Library or Fireworks Night? You're in the right place
Using the Baldons Community website you can stay up to date in the areas that you care about. Just look down the menu on the left to see what is going on in the Baldons. Click on a section to see more. A plus sign means there are sub-sections to go into.
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The Baldons Annual Parish Meeting - April 10th
The annual Parish Meeting for Marsh, Toot and Little Baldon will be held at the Parish Hall on Monday, April 10th, at 7.30 pm. This is a chance for local residents to learn what the Parish Council jhas been doing over the past year. All welcome.
The Baldons Neighbourhood Plan
The Neighbourhood Plan is important because it will give residents a say on future development in the Baldons. The Parish Council shares the view that people will want to take the opportunity to influence the future of the place where they live or work and that the Plan for the Parish should be written by the Parish rather than by Planning Officers.
The plan is expected to be published later this year.
Summer fun on the Green - June 17
Grenoble Road and the Green Belt
There is still a threat to the Green Belt. Details here
Baldon Feast 2016
Alfie was a former head of Marsh Baldon School. We are trying to contact former pupils and others who remember Alfie. See News
The parish newsletter
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Local help for Refugees
Sue Shaw-Moore is co-ordinating local efforts to help the refugees at Calais with essential items. See under 'News' or click here
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