Site updated 17 February 2019
Contacting the Parish Council
Any official notices, land transactions, financial matters, planning notifications, correspondence for the Parish Council and requests to see documents under the Freedom of Information Act, including archived documents, should first be sent to the Parish Clerk Tim Cann - e-mail him. You can contact him on 01865203139 09:00-13:00 Monday to Wednesday; at other times leave a message. Correspondence to be sent to Clerk Old Marston Parish Council, 8 Nicholas Avenue, Old Marston, Oxford, OX3 0RN
Attending and Speaking at Meetings
Residents are very welcome to come to attend our meetings. If you would like to speak at one of our meetings then please contact the Parish Clerk (01865203139 /e-mail) in advance of the meeting.
Adverting on This Website
If you would like to advertise any local events, news, organisations, etc., including commercial advertising, on this website or would like to contact us in relation to this website then contact me, Duncan Hatfield, at email@example.com or on 07706-998224. This site is hosted by Get Online Ltd.
Old Marston Parish Council is very concerned by the climate crisis facing the planet, Old Marston Parish Council will endeavour to do all it can to minimise the impact of its activities on the environment, and the climate.To this end, Old Marston Parish Council will seek out ways to try and reduce harmful policies and activities. Instead, the Old Marston Parish Council will be more proactive in encouraging ways it can improve the local environment, combat the bad practices of human activity, and reduce climate breakdown.
Any information contained in this site is accurate to the best of our knowledge, but neither Old Marston Parish Council or the webmaster can be held liable for any inaccuracies contained it this site. The Parish Council is not responsible for external websites. Please let me know if you notice any errors or links not working.
Marston Remembers 1914-1918
Join us for our annual litter pick in Old Marston
Meet at Mortimer Hall, Saturday 2nd March from 10:00