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Raise Funds For This Against Breast Cancer Charity

Please help us raise funds for this charity – I am sure we all know someone who has received a breast cancer diagnosis.

 

You can deposit your old/unwanted bras in the bra banks at the Old Stables Farm Shop and at Total Body Conditioning.

 

We also have a box for old phones, digital cameras, sat navs, printer cartridges/toner, cables, circuit boards, cds, dvds, hard disc drives and other office electronics.

 

When the boxes are full they will be sent off for recycling to raise vital funds for research to improve detection, treatment and increase survival after breast cancer diagnosis.

Helen Glazebrook

Ed Vaizey MP

Changes to Immigration and the NHS

International School Award

New domestic abuse service for Oxfordshire

£9,200 for Didcot Railway Centre

Ed meets Police Superintendent

In Parliament

Constituency Visits

This month’s mailbag

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Saint Blaise Primary School

Maple class were lucky enough to visit RAF Brize Norton. We were invited to go as part of our work on 100 years of the RAF.

 

We have had sporting success. Our school netball team came second this month in a Didcot Schools tournament at Aureus School.

 

We are trying to develop our outdoor learning spaces. We need help!

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AGM Date . . . and Film Night

The date of our upcoming AGM is Wednesday 25 July at 7.30pm in the community space in St Blaise Church.

 

Milton Family Film Night Double Bill (Come To Either Or Both)

St Blaise, Friday 27 July At 6.00pm

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Milton Book Group

the WIMilton Book Group meets about once a month and we are always open to new members. Our next meeting will take place at 8.00pm on Tuesday 07 August.

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The WI

the WIWe would like to thank everyone who helped, donated or came along to support our Coffee Morning on Saturday 16 June.

 

On 19 June we had a lovely day out at Stratford upon Avon, a relaxing boat trip along the river

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Committee System v Cabinet System?

Most residents are not particularly interested in how their councils organise themselves. But it is a matter of great concern for the councillors who serve on those councils.

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Milton Parish Council

Redrow were given planning permission for the new layout and dwellings on the site at Milton Heights.

Milton Parish does not have an Emergency Plan.

Several Parishioners were verbally assaulted by one of the cold callers last week

The bus shelters at Milton Heights are both in poor condition. . . . And more


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Verging On The Ridiculous.

With summer getting in to full swing it’s becoming quite a job to keep the weeds down in the garden.

 

Unfortunately, this also appears to be the case when it comes to our kerbsides and verges in Milton.

 

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Churches In Milton

church community in Milton VOWHServices and Events during June at St. Blaise; Milton Methodist Church; Roman Catholic parish of St Edmund.

 

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Milton Hill Bowling Club

Our season continues well with home wins against sides from Harwell, Abingdon, Burghfield, Kintbury and Kingston Bagpuize and away wins at Caversham, Burghfield, Blackbird Leys and Didcot – twice. They outnumber the five losses in the month leaving us second in all three leagues.


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Milton United AGM

The AGM will take place on Thursday 12 July at 7.30pm - all are encouraged to attend.


Details of the Standing Committee positions are detailed on the agenda.


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New Advertiser

tracy's dog walking milton

New On Line This Month:
  • Tracy's Dog Walking and Sitting Services
  • Advertising on both this website and in the Milton Matters magazine starts from just £46.00 per year inclusive.
  • Email Fiona f_stclair@talktalk.net for further details

New Advertiser

tonks funeral directors abingdon oxon

New On Line This Month:
  • Tonks Brothers Funeral Directors
  • Advertising on both this website and in the Milton Matters magazine starts from just £46.00 per year inclusive.
  • Email Fiona f_stclair@talktalk.net for further details

Development East Of Sutton Courtenay Lane

Savills have written to update local residents on the proposal by Savills investment Management to develop two warehouses on land to the east of Sutton Courtenay Lane.

 


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Milton Parish Council - June Council Meeting

Minutes of the Annual Parish Council Meeting duly convened and held on Monday 4th June 2018 at St Blaise School, Milton Heights at 7.15 pm -

CLERK COPY – Unofficial until approved by the next meeting of the Parish Council


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Barn Dance ... just 1 week to go! . . . .Get Your Tickets Now

After the Fete (aka Milton Tadpole Feast) the Barn Dance hops, skips and leaps into action!

 

This event has become an annual highlight for the entire Parish of Milton

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100 CLUB “Draw Winners”

The sixth 100 Club draw of 2018 took place yesterday. There are currently 63 members, so the total prize fund this month is £63.00 which has been split as follows:

1st (no 66) - Jean Dunlop - £31.50

2nd (no 26) - Jacqueline Shipston - £18.90
3rd (no 24) - Joshua Gale - £12.60
Prizes will be delivered to the winners shortly!

 

Please do advertise to family and friends - we have 37 places remaining and it would be great if we could fill a few more of these: http://www.stblaise.org.uk/100club

The July draw will take place on Sunday 15 July – good luck!

Tadpole Feast - Just a few weeks away

With just a few weeks to go until our village Fete (Saturday 30th June, 2.30-5 pm), its the perfect time to start sorting through cupboards & potting sheds and start collecting Donations for stall prizes.

 

The Fete Team are ready and waiting right now to receive your generous donations at the following addresses...  

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Milton Keeper Voted Division Player Of Season

Milton United's goal keeper Craig Griffiths was announced as the Uhlsport Hellenic League's Division One East Player of The Season at the League's annual awards dinner on Friday night (June 1).


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Ed Vaizey MP - May Update

Changes to Betting Terminals

Stroke Awareness Month

Teaching Apprenticeships

Wallingford School wins music award

Constituency Visits 

In Parliament

Public Meeting with Deputy Police & Crime Commissioner

This month’s mailbag

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