4th January 2021: COVID update
England is going back into lockdown, with immediate effect. The Prime Minister said this would become law on Wednesday at 0001.
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Lewknor Parish Council consists of 6 elected members who serve the parish population of around 600, centred in the villages of Lewknor, Postcombe and South Weston. Details of your councillors are available on the Councillors page.

The Council meets 11 times a year (generally no meeting in August), generally on the 2nd or 3rd Monday of the month, in the evening. The meetings schedule gives details of upcoming dates, or you can look at the agenda and minutes of recent meetings. Council meetings are held in the Jubilee Hall, High Street, Lewknor.

Members of the public are always welcome to come and observe any of these meetings.
If members of the public want to speak at a meeting, there is a Public Participation Session. Any wish to address the council should ideally be made in advance to the Clerk. More details about public participation can be found in LPC's Standing Orders in Key Documents.

Details of the Clerk and Chair of the Parish Council are available on the Contact Us page.

The Neighbourhood Plan website is: www.lewknorparishnp.org

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Published: 27 Jan 21

Thames Valley Police warn of many vaccine scams

Winter COVID grants

Published: 27 Jan 21

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Covid update from SODC

Published: 15 Jan 21

More information from the district council about Covid

District Councillor's report

Published: 8 Jan 21

Here's Caroline Newton's January report

New parish benches

Published: 7 Jan 21

Five benches installed around the parish

Garden bin collections suspended

Published: 6 Jan 21

Due to Covid, brown bins won't be emptied