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Welcome to our website
This is the official website of Marcham Parish Council. It aims to provide information about the role of the Council and what we have been doing on behalf of the village. Please let us know if there is anything else that you would like to see on these pages.
How to contact us
All enquiries about the work of the Council should be addressed to our Clerk, who is Mrs Linda Martin. She can be contacted by telephone/fax on 01865 391833, by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by post to 90 Howard Cornish Road, Marcham, Abingdon OX13 6PU.
The Chairman, on behalf of the Council, councillors, staff and residents of the parish has offered condolences and sympathy to all members of the Royal Family on the death of His Royal Highness Prince Philip.
The Parish Council has commissioned an arboricultural report on the land that it owns in Harding Way. The land includes the avenue of Norway Maples which runs north-south down to Howard Cornish Road. To see the report, please click in the Publications box on the left of the screen.
The children's play area on Anson Field is now open to the public. Please be careful to read the notice before entering the play area in order to minimise the risks associated with the coronavirus.
The Parish Council has funded a heart defibrillator for the village, which has been installed on the front wall of the Primary School. There are two other defibrillators in the village - one is on the front wall of the village shop, and the other is in the main building of Denman College. Hopefully we won't ever have to use any of them. However, if you witness any incident which looks like it might be needed, ring 999 as soon as possible and, if appropriate, the operator will talk you through what to do.
Oxfordshire County Council have made an emergency closure for public safety reasons of part of Bridleway 17 that crosses the bridge that spans the river Ock south of Marcham Mill. The order took effect from 5 August 2013, and it has now been extended to 2020. The effect of the Order is to temporarily prohibit persons and vehicles from crossing the bridge. Appropriate signs are displayed to indicate the prohibition is in force. Exemptions are included for emergency services and for the works. There is no convenient alternative route. Please click here for details of the closure.