Welcome to the website of Kidmore End Parish Council
Our aim is to provide information on-line for the people of Kidmore End Parish, which includes the village of Kidmore End and the hamlets of Cane End, Chalkhouse Green, Gallowstree Common and Tokers Green.
Use the links to find out more.
SODC Local Plan Consultation
The Parish Council has submitted its response to South Oxfordshire District Council's new Local Plan.
Find out more...
Oxfordshire County Council
Local Transport Plan
The Parish Council has also submitted its response to the county council's latest transport plan.
Read about it here...
Like to join the Parish Council?
Allotment holders are reminded that their rents became due on 29 September 2014. If you have not already done so, please make payment to the Clerk of the Council, Roger Penfold, whose address is: 30 Venetia Close, Emmer Green, Reading RG4 8UG
There have been changes to the operator and the timetables of the M1 and M2 bus services – and they're FREE! Find out more...
Overviews of the past year's activities from the chairman of the Parish Council and the Playing Fields Committee. Read them here...
Make the most of NHS health services by choosing the option that is right for your needs, saving yourself time and inconvenience, and getting the most appropriate treatment. Find out more...
The local police
How you can help fight crime or become a TVP mystery shopper, the Community Police Officer Award, recent local burglaries, scam alerts
, local crime figures, the Police and Crime Plan for the Thames Valley, latest neighbourhood updates, the latest newsletter from Henley police
, and more. Find out here...
Chiltern Edge School
The governors of Chiltern Edge School are proposing to develop part of the school site for housing. This is in the parish of Kidmore End. Find out more...
Land development in Emmer Green
The Parish Council has issued a position statement concerning this possible development of land off Gravel Hill and Highdown Avenue. Find out more...
Gallowstree Common Pavilion
The pavilion at Gallowstree Common Recreation Ground is now available for other community activities in addition to cricket and football. Find out more...
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