Last month the Council was pleased to report that the village installed its fourth public access defibrillator in Meadow View Road. To reiterate, it is important that as many people as possible are aware of them and how to access them in an emergency. If you need to use any one of these units you must dial 999, give them the postcode which is plainly marked on the box and they will give you an access code and dispatch an ambulance.
The Council has organised two Awareness Training sessions, both are being held on Saturday mornings in the main hall of the village centre. The first of these sessions is on 14 May with a session arranged for 18 June. Both start at 10:00am and will last around 1½ hours.
If you are interested in attending either of these please give me a ring or email me.
You will find printed in the middle of this edition information from Oxfordshire County Council regarding Utility Failure. The Council is trying to communicate this information to all those would may be affected. If you require copies of this leaflet please contact me.
Finally, South Oxfordshire and Vale of White Horse District Councils are arranging a tour of the Ardley Energy Recovery Facility on Tuesday 7 June at 10:00am – 12:00pm for all South Oxfordshire and White Horse residents. If you are interested in taking up this offer of a look around please call