Reporting of Potholes, Fly Tipping, Footpaths, Sewage etc.
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Where We Are
Clerk: David Bevan 01865 300779
Chairman: Brian Parnham 07776 188040
Village Hall Bookings
Post Office and Stores
The Black Horse
Standlake is a village and civil parish situated on the A415 approximately 5 miles (8 km) southeast of the market town of Witney in the County of Oxfordshire. The city of Oxford lies some 10 (16 km) miles to the east. As of January 2013, the population of Standlake was approximately 1400 and there are some 560 dwellings.The River Windrush flows through the village and joins the River Thames at Newbridge, 2 miles (3 km) to the south. more
There are two Village Notice Boards, both located at the Post Office and Stores. The main information board is located by the bench and a publicly accessible board adjacent to the post box.
Village Mail -
Keeping the village informed of everything from lost cats to gravel objections -
The Village Notice Board
Bus Services are provided by Pulham Coaches (phone 01451 820369)
No.19 Carterton, Clanfield, Bampton, Aston, Standlake, Witney with connections to Oxford. (Routes via Aston Road, Abingdon Road, High Street, The Downs) Timetable
No.15 Witney to Abingdon and return via Abingdon Road, High Street, The Downs Timetable
Last Update: 28 July 2021
Volunteers are required to help run the group Click here for details
The next PC meeting will be held in the Youth Club, Church End on
TUESDAY 14 Sept 21 at 7.30pm
Please note there will be no meeting in August
Using the words of Lord Kitchener, Standlake needs you!
Speeding is a major issue in Standlake. Not only on the main A415 Abingdon Road, but also Rack End, Downs Road including the school and church, High Street and Aston Road. Recent monitoring activity has observed many drivers in excess of 40mph when the limit is 30mph. Contact has already been made with Standlake School and Pulhams Coaches regarding the issue. The Parish Council has invested in a mobile monitoring unit and, with funding by a resident, a speed gun. A meeting has also been held with Thames Valley Police who are now in a position to send warning letters to reported offenders.
What we now need is a team of volunteers to use the equipment and record information. Training will be provided along with high-
If you can give up some time to help please email email@example.com with your contact details and we will be in touch. If you can help as the co-