• Welcome to Overthorpe
    Welcome to Overthorpe

    Overthorpe is a small parish of around 235 people and sits on the edge of the Cherwell Valley overlooking Banbury.

    The village consists of around 50 properties and is approached by single track country lanes flanked by tree lined hedgerows.

    The beautiful countryside has been designated as the Aynho, Cherwell Valley and Eydon Special Landscape Area and the village was designated a conservation area in 1978. Within the central core of the village almost all of the traditional properties are listed.

  • Overthorpe Parish Council

    Parish Council

    Overthorpe Parish Council

    Welcome to the website of Overthorpe Parish Council. This website has been developed to provide the community with useful information about what is happening within the Parish.

    In this section, you can find out who is on the Parish Council and about what is being discussed at the Parish Council meetings. You can also send in any comments you have to the Parish Council.

    Parish Council

Welcome to Overthorpe

Welcome to the website of Overthorpe Parish Council, Northamptonshire. This website has been developed to provide the community with useful information about what is happening within the Parish.

In this section, you can find out who is on the Parish Council and about what is being discussed at the Parish Council meetings. You can also send in any comments you have to the Parish Council.

Overthorpe News

Wildlife in Overthorpe

Making Overthorpe a Wildlife Friendly Village

The UK’s wildlife is struggling. In the last 20 years the number of hedgehogs in Great Britain has halved, 95% of turtle doves have disappeared and over 60 species of wildflowers have gone extinct in Oxfordshire alone. But it isn’t too late! Together we can make a big difference by making Overthorpe a wildlife-friendly village!

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Have your say on cycling and walking in Northamptonshire

Northants Couny Council want to hear YOUR ideas for making Northants a better place for cycling, walking & maintaining social distancing.

As Government Covid-19 lockdown procedures are adjusted, they want to hear your ideas for making the streets in Northamptonshire better for walking and cycling.

Whether you are concerned about the ability to maintain social distance, want a new cycle route, or have ideas for creating quieter residential streets or around schools, they want to hear from you.

Use their interactive map to log your suggestions for cycle routes, cycle parking, improved footway space and quieter streets

Click here to make cycling and walking safer in Northamptonshire

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Covid-19: Community Response

24th March 2020

Dear All,

The last 10 days have seen rapid changes in advice and instruction from Government and Local Authorities, alongside an increasing number of local initiatives in response to Covid-19.

Firstly, we would like to acknowledge the actions of many residents who have already taken action, either by contacting their neighbours to offer assistance to those in self-isolation, or to get involved with groups co-ordinating support. Thank you for all your efforts.

Your Parish Council cannot provide advice on Covid-19 or updates on restrictions imposed by Government. In the first instance, changes are happening too fast for us to keep you informed. Please refer to the NHS website 111.NHS for advice. You should obtain other information from trusted websites such as BBC News - How Do I Stay Safe?.

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Great British Springclean

Great British Springclean

As part of The Great British Spring Clean Cllr Cavanagh organised a litter picking day in Overthorpe on Saturday 30th March 2019. A number of parishioners kindly offered to help with the litter pick and the event was a great success with a large amount of litter removed from the village. The parish council would like to thank all those involved for their help.

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Do you want to report a pothole in the road?

StreetSceneSummer

The way to get your County Council to improve the roads and potholes is to report them to FIX MY STREET

Flytipping needs to be reported to South Northamptonshire District Council

Maintenance of our roads is the responsibility of the Highways Department of Northamptonshire County Council. Their website provides current information on who or what part of the County's Services are responsible, click here for more information.

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Visit Overthorpe

Overthorpe is a village and civil parish in South Northamptonshire, about 2 miles east of Banbury in Oxfordshire and 1 mile southeast of junction 11 of the M40 motorway.