Welcome to Kennington
Our village stands between the River Thames and the A34 trunk road to the south of Oxford. It is an active village of 4,000 people, who need to know what’s going on.
This website will tell you what’s going on, in the village and around it. Use the menu to find out about village activities, the services available, news from the village organisations and a whole host of other things.
If there’s something you need to know about, you’ll probably find it on this site. If you can’t, let us know – this website is BY the village and FOR the village and we want it to contain all anyone could reasonably expect to find here.
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The works time for 2nd phase for this TTRO is now amended. Now the 2nd phase work will start on 13/11/2020 at 17:00hrs and will end on 15/11/2020 at 23:59. Temporary Traffic Regulation Notice – S14 Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 Temporary Closure at – Radley, Kennington Road (2 phases TTRO) A request has been …
An online meeting of Kennington Parish Council will take place on Thursday 12 November at 7.30pm. Please see agenda for joining instructions.
Thank you so much to all our marvellous volunteers who came out to help move the play bark at Playfield Rd and Forest Side play areas. I am amazed we got it all done in one day – we couldn’t have done it without you!
An online meeting of Kennington Parish Council Planning Committee will take place on 27 October 2020. Please see the agenda for link and joining instructions. Members of the public are welcome to attend.
Please help us to keep our play areas safe on Monday 2nd November and Tuesday 3rd November 2020. New play bark will be delivered to top up the levels at The Links (Playfield Road) and Forest Side play areas and we would love it if you could help with moving it to where it is …
An online meeting of Kennington Parish Council will take place on Thursday 8th October 2020 at 7.30pm. Please see agenda for link and joining instructions.
During summer 2020, Berks, Bucks and Oxon Wildlife Trust (BBOWT) hosted a series of webinars explaining how villages and parish councils can help promote wildlife and biodiversity. Copies of the presentations and supplementary information can be found here.
Kennington Parish Council has recently purchased a Speed Indicator Device (SID), which will be moved around the village to remind motorists to travel below the speed limit. Sid has spent the first few days outside St Swithun’s School tracking over 6000 vehicles travelling southbound through Kennington over the last six days. The average speed of …