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Crack down on anti-social behaviour starts

Thames Valley police were in Adderbury over the weekend in an attempt to stem the recent spate of anti-social behaviour in the village. Members of the Banbury Neighbourhood team patrolled the area on bike and by foot.Over recent weeks problems in the village have included fires being started in the Lucy Plackett field, broken windows at the church and damage to the Parish Council noticeboard outside Church House. The new Barwood Homes building site on the Oxford Road has fallen victim to damage ...


Arson: Deliberately lit fire on pitch puts Adderbury Park’s football matches in jeopardy

Scheduled football matches for Adderbury Park Football Club have been put in question after a significant area of the pitch at the Lucy Plackett Playing Field was damaged by fire. Overnight last Saturday (23 March 2019) a fire was started in the centre of the field which has resulted in the grass being destroyed and fire debris left around. This latest fire follows another having been started in a litter bin in the Lucy Plackett field in January, and increased reports of anti-social behaviour in...


The legitimate use of Adderbury’s Section 106 funds – Cherwell’s view

The use of Adderbury’s “Section 106” funds has been an area of heated debate between those in favour of the funds being used for the Milton Road Sports and Leisure project and those wanting the cash redirected towards traffic calming. Adderbury has an accumulated pot of around £600,000. Currently this is all allocated to the Milton Road scheme, but the argument revolves around whether the funds could be used for other projects.In an attempt to put an end to the debate Adderbury News has g...


Anti-social behaviour concerns could mean changes to Adderbury’s Party In The Park

A number of changes are likely to be made to how Party In The Park is run this year as a result of incidents around the periphery of last year’s event. It is understood representatives from Cherwell District Council and Thames Valley Police have requested increased security measures be introduced.At February’s Parish Council meeting a discussion took place over a request from the Party In The Park organising committee to allow them to fence off the area where the event is held in the Lucy Pl...


Tree causes Adderbury power outages

A large number of Adderbury homes suffered several power interruptions on Thursday (07/03/19) after a tree branch touching overhead cables caused supplies to fail. The area was suffering windy conditions at the time.A number of individuals told Adderbury News they had been affected. Nicola Simms reported problems “every few minutes” and Vicky Jones said, “Just as I go round the house resetting everything it happens again”.Western Power Distribution sent engineers to investigate the probl...


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