Tonight we have Retro Records in the library. Richard from The Music Box in Wallingford is bringing s couple of decks and some discs.
Come along with or without records (7.30 -9.30) and enjoy the “vibe”.
On Saturday we have the opening of The Happy Hub, Cholsey Children’s Centre.
So bring your bears, sandwiches and something to sit on. We will produce cake, squash and some fun events.
Winnie the Witch will be visiting to read stories, there will be various events and story telling sessions.
Proceedings kick off at 2pm and end at 4.
The Happy Hub is the name given to Cholsey’s new Children and Family Centre.
The Happy Hub, at The Pavilion, Station Road will be throwing its doors open for the first time on saturday 28th May from 2 to 4pm.
Do come and join in the fun of our teddybears picnic and visit the new centre.
The planning inquiry on the 61 houses that Linden Homes hope they will be allowed to build at Celsea Place has concluded.
It is likely that they will be successful in their appeal as the District Council has now removed its objections to the application.
The Parish Council, however still opposes the development and a number of us, supported by residents, put forward as strong a case against as we could.
Our arguments include:
Issues around sewage and water pressure,
Harm to the The Forty as more people access it in cars,
Accuracy of the Linden plans,
Poor siting of the open space to accommodate the Roman remains,
Parking issues in Celsea Place,
Ensuring the site cannot be joined to the much larger field behind,
and the proposed design of some of the houses; not in keeping with the village.
At the end of the day the interested parties accompanied the Inspector on a site visit, including not just the site but the school, station and The Forty.
A decision should be made within six weeks.
Linden Homes have finally started work on the ” missing link ” at the Wallingford end of the Reading Road.
Once this is completed the Parish Council will start a conversation with OCC about improving the rest of the path between the village and the new piece of path.
The “missing link ” project also includes the pedestrian refuge at the Farm Gate entrance to Fair Mile.
Providing Linden complete on time we should be able to start work on the widening of the Wallingford Road (cycle) path in July.