Charlbury Town Council

The Town Council provides a democratic forum for the community through which matters of importance to residents can be discussed and actions agreed, implemented and followed through.

Please see our website where up to the minute news, agendas and minutes can be viewed. (Last updated 17 March 2017)

For queries, please contact Roger Clarke (Town Clerk)
Contact details:; telephone 01608 810608

Useful Telephone Numbers

Thames Valley Police 999 if urgent
0845 8 505 505 normal calls

West Oxon District Council 01993 861000 Switchboard
01993 705056 Out of hours service

Oxfordshire County Council 0845 310 11 11 Highways complaints
01865 792422 Switchboard

Charlbury Town Council 01608 810608

Councillor Surgeries

Councillor surgeries are held once every 2 months on Saturday mornings between 10am and noon in the Corner House. No appointment necessary. The next surgery will be held on Saturday 1st April

Upcoming Meetings

NOTE: All council meetings are open to the public to attend as observers only. If you have any issues which you wish the council to consider, please contact the Town Clerk (contact details above).

Planning Meeting - Monday 27th March - 7:30pm - Corner House (Anne Downer Room)

The main business of the meeting will be to consider recently submitted planning applications relating to Charlbury (see below). Before this, local residents Rue Swabey and Guy Ker will be present to discuss ideas for the Mill Field.

The following planning applications will be considered:
17/00419/FUL - 3 Lees Heights - erection of a new house
17/00461/HHD - Ambleside Farm, Ditchley Road - erect outbuilding
17/00487/LBC - Old Church Farm, 1 Park Street - internal/external alterations
17/00526/HHD - Millers Barn, Dyers Hill - alterations/extension
17/00577/HHD - 16 Ticknell Piece Road - replace roof & windows on conservatory
17/00606/HHD - Hundley House, Hundley Way - construct detached outbuilding
17/00654/HHD - 3 Sandford Rise - alterations/extensions
17/00725/HHD - Mill House, Dyers Hill - construct sun room extension
17/00793/HHD - Thames Cottagge, Thames Street - construct orangery to rear of property

Full Council Meeting - Wednesday 29th March - 7:30pm - Corner House (Morris Room)

10 minutes are available at the start of the meeting for members of the public who wish to address the council and who have previously informed the Town Clerk

1. To receive minutes of the last meeting
2. To deal with matters arising
3. Declarations of Interest
4. To sign orders for payment & receive report
5. To deal with Planning Applications
6. To deal with Correspondence
7. To receive reports with reference to Charlbury
a. County Councillor
b. District Councillors
8. To consider the Neighbourhood Forum
9. To agree a position statement on new housing development
10. To consider the April Councillor Surgery
11. To consider the DCLG loan approval and source of monies
12. To receive a report from the Working Group (8th March)

Annual Parish Meeting - Friday 31st March - 8pm - War Memorial Hall

Come along to hear what the council has been doing during the past year and plans for the future.


1. To receive and confirm the minutes of the last Annual Parish Meeting
2. To hear the remarks of the Chairman on the Council's work during the last year
3. To hear the remarks of the County and District Councillors with special reference to Charlbury
4. To elect representatives to serve on the Conservation Area Advisory Committee and Centenary Woodland Committee
5. To hear reports from Charity, Trust and Management Committee Chairmen
6. To receive a report from the Chairman of the Conservation Area Advisory Committee
7. To consider resolutions of which 7 days' written notice has been received *
8. To deal with questions raised by parishioners

  • A resolution can only be considered under item 7 if written notice has been delivered to the town clerk at least seven days prior to the meeting (i.e. by Friday 24th March at the latest)

Last updated: Fri 24 Mar

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