Swalcliffe, is a small village in the north of Oxfordshire, England on the edge of the Cotswolds. It is one of several small villages (including Tadmarton and Broughton) on the B4035 road between Banbury and Shipston-on-Stour. The village has a parish church dedicated to St. Peter and St. Paul, a village hall, a pub (The Stag’s Head), several cottages and houses, and a large area of woodland and fields. There is also a boarding school, Swalcliffe Park School, for boys with special educational needs. Just to the north of the village lie the site of an Iron Age hill fort, Roman villa at Swalcliffe Lea (site only), and line of the old Roman Road, now a bridleway.
Your councillors are:
Christine Coles – Clerk
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SWALCLIFFE PARISH COUNCIL
TWO COUNCILLOR VACANCIES
There are currently two vacancies on Swalcliffe Parish Council. A Parish Council represents the needs and concerns of all age groups within the community. The post does not take up large amounts of time but the time you give will be invaluable to your community. It will be an opportunity to understand how local government works and you will make a positive contribution to others as well as developing your own knowledge. There are training courses available for Councillors and the current Parish Council is committed to making a positive difference in the community. The Parish Council meet every six weeks on a Tuesday night in the village hall.
Please contact the Parish Clerk, Christine Coles for more information on 01295 276229 or email@example.com.