In June 2016, residents of the four properties bordering the Meadhams Farm site sent an open letter to the Environment Agency and to Michelmersh Brick Holdings plc, outlining their preferences for the final closure and completion of works at the site
Not the Neighbourhood Watch, though there may be some residents signed up, but just a notification from your neighbours that there are opportunist thieves operating in the village at the moment. We have received notice that tools were stolen from a van at a premises on Botley Road during the …
Last night four cars badly damaged the club’s outfield.
They were a dark Golf, silver Corsa, white mini and a silver Golf.
It has been reported it to the Police and posted on the Ley Hill facebook page asking for witnesses etc and advising all that if they see anyone driving around the field the Police say to dial 999 and report a crime is in progress – they are causing criminal damage.
If you see a fuschia pink ‘Coach’ handbag around the Ley Hill area please get in touch with us using firstname.lastname@example.org.
From the owner of the bag: “I stupidly left it in my car around 6pm to walk the dog (parked outside the pubs opp the Cricket club) and someone was obviously watching me and smashed the boot window and took it when I was out of sight.”
Concerns have been expressed by local residents regarding activity on the site of the former Scout Hut in Botley Road where land was cleared on 13th February.
Chiltern District Council is monitoring the situation and appropriate notices have now been served.
These notices are in addition to the work undertaken by the Planning and Environmental Health Departments. They are liaising with the Forestry Commission, the Health & Safety Executive and the Environment Agency, plus the Police on 101, who are aware of the issue and have a relevant contact number for emergency action if something significant occurs, e.g. heavy machinery, HGVs etc. arrive on site.
So all who should be aware are aware.
If there is an attempt to burn the old trees and brushwood on site, please call the fire brigade on 999. If you have any other concerns, please email Chiltern District at email@example.com