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Wroxton Village Web Site Supported by the Parish Council
 County Council - Oxfordshire County Council Birth, marriage and death registration Education Fire Highways – including on-street parking, traffic management, and street lighting Libraries Recreation, arts and museums Social care Strategic planning Trading standards Transport Waste disposal   
               District Council - Cherwell District Council Collection of council tax and non-domestic rates Environmental health Housing Leisure centres Local plans and planning applications Public conveniences Waste collection
        Parish Council - Wroxton & Balscote Parish Council An amazing width of potential responsibility including: Allotments Burial Grounds, Cemeteries, Churchyards and Crematoria Bus Shelters Public clocks can be provided and must be maintained Drainage – of ditches and ponds Entertainment and the Arts Footpaths General Spending – parish councils can spend a limited amount of money on anything they deem of benefit to the community that is not covered by the other specific responsibilities described in this list Highways – lighting, parking places, right to enter into discussions about new roads and road widening, consent of parish council required for diversion or discontinuation of highway, traffic signs and other notices, tree planting and verge maintenance Legal proceedings – power to prosecute and defend any legal proceedings in the interests of the community, power to take part in any public enquiry Litter - provision of litter-bins Planning – parish councils must be notified of, and display for residents, any planning applications for the area. Any comments submitted to the planning authority by the parish council must be taken into account Public conveniences – provision and maintenance of public toilets Recreation – provision of recreation grounds, Rights of Way – footpath and bridleway maintenance Seats (public) Signs – danger signs, place names and bus stops signs Traffic Calming War Memorials                                            And you thought they did nothing much!
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Wroxton Village Web Site Supported by the Parish Council Click for contact information Click for contact information
 County Council - Oxfordshire County Council Birth, marriage and death registration Education Fire Highways – including on-street parking, traffic management, and street lighting Libraries Recreation, arts and museums Social care Strategic planning Trading standards Transport Waste disposal   
               District Council - Cherwell District Council Collection of council tax and non-domestic rates Environmental health Housing Leisure centres Local plans and planning applications Public conveniences Waste collection
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        Parish Council - Wroxton & Balscote Parish Council An amazing width of potential responsibility including: Allotments Burial Grounds, Cemeteries, Churchyards and Crematoria Bus Shelters Public clocks can be provided and must be maintained Drainage – of ditches and ponds Entertainment and the Arts Footpaths General Spending – parish councils can spend a limited amount of money on anything they deem of benefit to the community that is not covered by the other specific responsibilities described in this list Highways – lighting, parking places, right to enter into discussions about new roads and road widening, consent of parish council required for diversion or discontinuation of highway, traffic signs and other notices, tree planting and verge maintenance Legal proceedings – power to prosecute and defend any legal proceedings in the interests of the community, power to take part in any public enquiry Litter - provision of litter-bins Planning – parish councils must be notified of, and display for residents, any planning applications for the area. Any comments submitted to the planning authority by the parish council must be taken into account Public conveniences – provision and maintenance of public toilets Recreation – provision of recreation grounds, Rights of Way – footpath and bridleway maintenance Seats (public) Signs – danger signs, place names and bus stops signs Traffic Calming War Memorials                                            And you thought they did nothing much!
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