The Alkerton tip is to close for 2 days for cleaning and essential maintenance on Tuesday March 3rd and Wednesday 4th. For more information on this and other centres in the area see below.
Reporting weather related incidents over the weekend as storm Denis hits the UK
The following are numbers provided by the Emergency Planning department of Oxfordshire County Council that you can call to report weather related issues if you become aware of them.
- To report fallen tree’s or other debris which pose a risk to your safety or the safety of others, please call 999
- To report fallen tree’s or other debris which doesn’t pose such a high risk but still needs to be dealt with, please call 101
- If you lose power or can see that a power line has come down please report it by calling 105
- If you are concerned about flooding, you should visit the Oxfordshire Flood Toolkit online –https://www.oxfordshirefloodtoolkit.com – and I will summarise the key numbers to call below:
- If you have a flooding emergency which is a threat to someone’s life, contact Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue Service on 999
- To report flooding relating to a highway such as blocked ditches, blocked drains or flooding on a road call Oxfordshire County Council Floodline on 0345 310 1111
- To report flooding from a main river contact the Environment Agency through the Floodline (Tel: 0345 988 1188 or 0800 80 70 60) or visit their website
- If your property is at immediate risk of surface water flooding please contact Thames Valley Police on 101
The season of blockbuster films continues with a much requested “Downton Abbey” See here for a taster.
John Reader, Rector of the Ironstone Benefice, of which St Etheldreda’s is a member, will be retiring this month and giving his final service in St Etheldreda’s on Sunday February 16th at 3pm.
Tea will be available afterwards in the Old School.
If you are intending to come, in order to give some idea of numbers, please could you let Kate Wythe know by calling 07791 399227 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. It will be ok to just turn up too!
Horley’s very own Kundalini Yoga teacher, Anne Owen, invites you to join her in her new Kundalini Yoga and Meditation sessions which are being held in Hornton Pavilion on Friday afternoons at 2.00.
Anne says: ‘Kundalini Yoga is known as the yoga of awareness. It combines breathing techniques, physical exercises, mantra and meditation into a single practice. Kundalini Yoga works very quickly and most people feel uplifted, more relaxed and positive after a single session. It also makes you feel alive & vibrant as well as encouraging a greater sense of calmness, vitality & purpose in life.
Come along & give it a try – I think you’ll like it!’
To book a place or for more information contact Anne on 07835 086411. £6 per class.
Mats, cushions & blankets provided (feel free to bring your own though). Wear comfy loose clothing and don’t eat a meal 2-3 hours before the class.