Janine Elton has been busy spreading the word across Oxfordshire as soon as the hearing was over: The Frilford Lights interchange must be sorted out before the Lioncourt development in Fyfield can be build. Meaning this cannot be begun until 2024 or 2025. Listen to it here:
Our final word at the hearing was a clarification letter, which you can have a read of here. You can also have a review of much of what was said through the hearing including the Vale’s revised trajectory by following this link. Now we await inspectors views in September.
Dear All, VOWH LOCAL PLAN PART 2 EXAMINATION The dates when the Inspector will hold hearings as part of the independent examination of the VoWH LPP2 have been set, and are shown in the attached timetable. The Inspector, Mr David Reid, supported by Mr Ian Kemp acting as Programme Officer, has made contact with all … More Vale of White Horse Examination Dates
May 11th will the date that ‘The Battle of Fyfield’ will come to a stage near you! The “with script” performance begins at 8pm at the Appleton Village Hall. Importantly to note, the bar will be open and it is a free entry! We look forward to welcoming you there and what is set to … More ‘The Battle of Fyfield’ Play to be Performed in May
Please join us as we audition for the play by Nick Smith as seen in the Oxford Times. to find out more, read below… First reading/auditions, Wed 28th March The Battle of Fyfield is a new play by award-winning playwright, Nick Smith. It recently featured on the front page of the Oxford Times – see … More The Battle of Fyfield – Auditions
On 15th March, yet again FLAG hits in the Oxford Times, finding themselves defending the nimby stereotype that anyone who dares stand up and declares their views contrary to a plan becomes outcast with. “With the current furore about national house building, the new tactic in government and media is to shame the nimbies. To … More Proud to be a Nimby
Another one of FLAG’s members has found themselves in the Oxford Times on the 8th March making it two out of two for FLAG’s representation in local press after Nick Smith’s dramatisation suggested our only option was to kidnap a professor! This time the clear argument is made against the current development process allowing the ‘big’ … More FLAG Hitting The News Again!
March may be frosty but FLAG were hot off the press with this front page spread in the Oxford Times. Nick Smith’s play suggests the only way to make St John’s rethink the sale of the land is to kidnap a don and hold him to ransom. The play is fun but it does draw serious attention to … More Fyfield Hits the Front Page of Oxford Times