Weston On The Green Memorial Hall

Weston On The Green
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the Weston Memorial Village Hall

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Welcome to the web-site of the Weston-On-The-Green Village

in association with the Memorial Hall. 

The Village is also served by "The Village News", published every two months, further details click. News.

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The Weston on the Green Neighbourhood Plan

The Weston on the Green Neighbourhood Plan website is full of information on what the approved Neighbourhood Plan is.

Please visit it at:

http://www.wotgneighbourhoodplan.co.uk/

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Weston On The Green is a small village in the heart of rural Oxfordshire and the Village Hall is set in the middle of the village adjacent to the beautiful and historic Church.

The Village Memorial Hall is a relatively modern building completed in 1973 set in an historic village in Oxfordshire, and just been given a major redecoration and face-lift. It is available for use by villagers and non-villagers alike.  The web site www.wotgvillagehall.co.uk is intended to introduce the Memorial Hall to you.

There is some information, such as background history of Weston On The Green, information about the activities of the Women's Institute, a map and directions to Weston On The Green, Oxfordshire, England, and there are  images of the Hall. There are also some interesting links for you to browse. 

Please feel free to contact the hall with any query regarding booking or the website.

Send an email to westonvillagehall@live.co.uk

 

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The new National Police non-emergency telephone number is "101"

"101" replaces the current non-emergency phone number: 0845 8 505 505, which will continue

only until March 2012. It should be used to contact the police to report less urgent crime or

disorder and for general police enquiries. For example: if your car has been stolen; if your

propertys been damaged; when you suspect drug use or dealing, or to give the police

information about crime in your area.

You should continue to call 999 for an emergency, such as when a crime is in progress or

suspected or there is a danger to life or when violence is being used or threatened.

REMEMBER: YOU SHOULD NEVER HESITATE TO CALL THE POLICE.

 

 

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