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The Horton cum Studley website is designed to:

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Oxford Cambridge Expressway

The Parish Council has invited Michael Tyce from CPRE to speak to the village about the proposed S2 route of the Oxford Cambridge Expressway whicch will severely affect our village.


Please jpin us at this important meeting on 22 March 2018 at 8pm in the village hall.

Oxford-Cambridge Expressway: CPRE and OEAG

On Thursday 22nd March 2018 at the Horton cum Studley Millennium Hall, Michael Tyce of the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE - http://www.cpre.org.uk/media-centre/sound-bites/item/4708-responding-to-oxford-cambridge-corridor-report) and Peter Rutt of the Oxfordshire Expressway Action Group (OEAG - https://www.facebook.com/expresswayactiongroup/) attended a packed meeting of villagers from Horton cum Studley and surrounding villages that could be affected by the proposed Oxford-Cambridge Expressway and the associated large-scale housing developments.

Various presentation materials from the meeting and from other sources are given below.

National Infrastructure Commission map

Click on the image below or on the link to the PDF attachment to download a larger version of the map

CPRE map

Click on the image below or on the link to the PDF attachment to download a larger version of the map

Presentation slides by Michael Tyce, CPRE

Click on the image below or on the link to the PDF attachment to download a copy of Michael Tyce's presentation slides



Some of you will already be aware that our dispensary offers a delivery service, but you may not know that we are expanding this. Look out for the Islip Medical Practice delivery van in the next few weeks!


Please support your surgery by ordering your repeat prescriptions from us.


If you would like prescriptions delivered, please contact our dispensary and we will be happy to arrange the delivery of your routine prescriptions.

More information (and a form to fill in ) can also be found on our surgery website  https://www.islipsurgery.org.uk/practice-information/prescription-home-delivery/

Want to do something about speeding traffic through the village?

Volunteers needed for the village 'Speed Watch Scheme'!Please contact Councillor Barbara Jewell if you're interested in joining the village speed watch scheme. We only need  a few more volunteers! The task is not onerous; you will only be asked to help 3 times a year.


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