Welcome to Chinnor Parish Council

CPC Office:  Community Pavilion, Station Road, Chinnor, OX39 4PU

Clerk: Mrs Liz Folley

Chairman: Cllr Robin Williams

T: 01844 353267
E: chinnorpc@btconnect.com

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Council business is continuing at this time and Council meetings are being held by Zoom connection. For more information please contact The Clerk - chinnorpc@btconnect.com

CPC office – Due to Covid-19 the office is closed for the forseeable future - staff are contactable using the above phone number and email address. 

Play areas and fitness equipment and the MUGA are now closed to all members of the public. 

Please follow Gov guidelines for Social Distancing and Isolation

 


Chinnor Neighbourhood Plan 

ChinnorNeighbourhoodDevelopmentPlanmadeOctober2017.pdf

Please view this website to read through the Revision 2019-2020:

www.chinnorneighbourplan.com 

NHP News - May 2020

The Plan has been accepted by The Inspector and has the approval of SODC.

Due to Covid-19 the referendum cannot take place until May 2021. Although the referendum will not take place this year, the decision statement has been published and as such the plan can be given significant weight in decision-making in any future planning applications.

 

 

Chinnor Guide

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Meeting Minutes

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News

Recycle area – Whites Field car park, Mill Lane

27/05/2020

  The recycle centre area remains closed during this current crisis.The charities do not have capacity to collect any items for storage and the crews are limited.Please do not ....

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Chinnor Library news

21/05/2020

  Oxfordshire Libraries OnlinePlease find attached details of the service offered by Oxfordshire Libraries online service.Following the Prime Minister's recent announcements regarding the 'outline roadmap' for leaving lockdown, Oxfordshire County ....

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