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The Newsletter in the Future

As information that would be in the Newsletter will be on the new website and we would also like to reduce some of the logistical difficulties in its distribution, we are reviewing what would be the best way to produce the Shiplake Newsletter in the future. Certainly, the newsletter is appreciated by many of the residents and whilst the number of people using the internet is very high within the villages, we are conscious not everybody uses it.  The intention is to continue producing a newsletter, perhaps in a changed format, available via the website and the local shops, Sydney Harrison House and other suitable places.

The Parish Council, February 2014

Past Issues      
  June 2016 November 2016  
  April 2015 November 2015  
  February 2014 June 2014 November 2014
  February 2013 June 2013 October 2013

Shiplake News November 2016 Available Online

 

The latest issue is now available on the website.   It focuses on  the challenge presented by large scale planning applications and how residents can help make sure the villages are not overwhelmed. There are also updates and features on the many good things happening in Shiplake.... just click here and hopefully you will not miss out on anything. 

Hard copies of the newsletters will be distributed shortly. Should you not receive one, The Corner Shop and the butchers in Lower Shiplake will likely have copies. 

Your views are important. Let us know what you think via:  newsletter@shiplakevillages.com. and should you wish to become involved with the production of the newsletter, contact us at the same address.

David Pheasant & Dennis Oliver with thanks to all contributors

Article created / last edited: 23 November 2016

Big Health & Care Conversation

 

The recent issue of Shiplake News referred to some BIG Issues...here is another that will affect you.

Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group

You've been invited to participate in the The Big Health and Care Conversation consultation by the consultation manager, Julia Stackhouse.

This consultation is open from 4 Jul 2016 at 00:00 to 12 Aug 2016 at 23:59.

You are invited to have a say on how health care is delivered in Oxfordshire.

Events are being held across Oxfordshire to encourage people to ‘drop in’ and have an informal conversation with NHS clinicians and staff to share their ideas on how NHS services in Oxfordshire can deliver high quality care now and in the future.

To find out about the events or to have your say, please click here:https://consult.oxfordshireccg.nhs.uk/consult.ti/Bighealthandcare/consultationHome 

The events are drop-in sessions and do not require you to book. 

Please feel free to share this email, with anyone who works or lives in Oxfordshire.

Thank you.

Article created / last edited: 17 July 2016

Newsletter Now Available at Butchers & Corner Shop

 

The June issue of Shiplake News has been distributed widely across the villages. If you have not received yours yet, copies are now available at Keith's and The Corner Shop. Why not get your barbecue and other food items whilst there....

Also, please note contact details for the tennis club have changed. They are now as follows: Karen Peters, Membership Secretary. Her phone no. is 0118 947 7014. Also contact via www.shiplaketennisclub.co.uk. 

Your views are important. Let us know what you think via:  newsletter@shiplakevillages.com and should you wish to become involved with the production of the newsletter, contact us at the same address.

David Pheasant & Dennis Oliver with thanks to all contributors

Article created / last edited: 23 November 2016

Shiplake News June 2016 Online

 

The latest issue is available on the website.   This issue focuses on the GOOD Times to be had in Shiplake and some BIG Issues  that need to thought about for the future of Shiplake. .... just click here and hopefully you will not might miss out on anything. 

As you would expect from an 'electronic' newsletter, you will find some dynamic links to our own and other relevant websites. These have also been extended on the redesigned Home page of the website.  

Your views are important. Let us know what you think via:  newsletter@shiplakevillages.com. and should you wish to become involved with the production of the newsletter, contact us at the same address.

David Pheasant & Dennis Oliver with thanks to all contributors

Article created / last edited: 23 November 2016

Shiplake Mobile library Under Threat & Time Changes

 

The Oxfordshire mobile library visits Shiplake on alternate Mondays. We need to change to a slightly earlier visit time for operational reasons so the visit will be 10.15am – 10.45am instead of 10.55am – 11.15am at The Baskerville

For some time now there has been little or no use of this stop. Should this level of use continue, I am afraid we will have to discontinue the visits. However, in line with our policy to first  try to increase awareness of the service, we would be very grateful if the parish council were able to help publicise the visit by displaying the attached poster. 

Thank you in anticipation and should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Karen Batchelor, Area Manager, Central Oxfordshire group, Oxfordshire Libraries 

Blackbird Leys library, Blackbird Leys Road, Oxford, OX4 6HT

Tel: 01865 770403; Mobile: 07827 307518; email:  karen.batchelor@oxfordshire.gov.uk

Article created / last edited: 4 January 2016

Shiplake News Online & at the Shops

 

The latest issue is available on the website.   Should you not have received a copy at home, you can get one and lots of other things you are missing at The Corner Shop and the butchers.  The features focus on Thames Farm, local events, initiatives and local business, the schools, nursery and toddler group, planning, flooding, branch line updates, aircraft noise, being better connected and informed via the website and much more....just click here and hopefully you will know what you are missing?

As you would expect from an 'electronic' newsletter, you will find dynamic links to our own and other relevant websites e.g. flood risk information, enabling you to 'toggle' between them as you wish. This will be further extended with the  redesigned Home page of the website which will be available shortly. 

David Pheasant & Dennis Oliver with thanks to all contributors

Your views are important. Let us know what you think via:  newsletter@shiplakevillages.com. and should you wish to become involved with the production of the newsletter, contact us at the same address.

Article created / last edited: 1 December 2015

Disturbed Sleep...Have Your Say

 

As featured in Shiplake News this week, aircraft noise in increasingly an issue. What can you do about it? Click here to find out... 

Article created / last edited: 23 November 2016

Shiplake News April 2015 Online & Hard Copy

 

The latest issue is available on the website and via the local shops and the Baskerville. Copies have been distributed to many households but the logistics are imperfect and is still being undertaken. Should you not have received a copy  by Monday 4th May then you should be able to collect one from the above locations.  The features focus on local businesses, rail electrification, updates on the SVP and the schools, planning, the forthcoming elections, how well connected we can be with high speed internet available shortly, advice on avoiding computer fraud and scams....and, well, much more.

Your views are important. Let us know what you think via:  newsletter@shiplakevillages.com. and should you wish to become involved with the production of the newsletter, contact us at the same address.

Now, we suggest you simply click here and hopefully enjoy the read..... and if your broadband is slow, hard copies of the newsletter will be available next week.

David Pheasant & Dennis Oliver with thanks to all contributors

Note: Whilst this issue of Shiplake News has not been designed as an 'electronic' newsletter, you may well find that some links do work should you click on them.  

Article created / last edited: 20 May 2015

Shiplake News Latest & Past Copies

 

Past Issues

June 2016 November 2016  
April 2015 November 2015  
February 2014 June 2014 November 2014
February 2013 June 2013 October 2013

Article created / last edited: 23 November 2016