The Public Referendum will be held on Thursday 6th May 2021
St Mary's Church in the centre of the village has regular services through-out the year and an active choir...
The village is incredibly lucky to have two vibrant pubs which offer drinks, food and regular special events...
This list of contact details is to enable you to report any problems you have with services and highways. The Parish Council uses these contacts but please report problems yourself for a prompt resolution.
Gas Emergency: 24/7 National Gas helpline 0800 111999
Power Cuts: National power cut helpline 0800 31 63 105 calls are free from mobile or landline. Online via www.ukpowernetworks.co.uk/power-cut/ and put in your postcode for contact details. If you live West of Slade Farm ring SSE on 0800 072 72 82
Thames Water: Leaks 0800 714614 or www.thameswater.co.uk/contact-us/report-a-problem
Road closures: one.network and pop your postcode in the search location box on the right.
Potholes and other highway problems (including roadside trees, hedges and vegetation affecting the highway): fixmystreet.oxfordshire.gov.uk
Footpath and bridleway problems: publicrightsofway.oxfordshire.gov.uk/standardmap.aspx
Sydenham Village nestles in the glorious Oxfordshire countryside enjoying picturesque views of the Chiltern Hills
Household waste, including collection days and reporting missed bins: www.southoxon.gov.uk/south-oxfordshire-district-council/recycling-rubbish-and-waste/
Garden waste collection updates: www.southoxon.gov.uk/south-oxfordshire-district-council/recycling-rubbish-and-waste/garden-waste/
Waste Recycling Centres Please see the waste and recycling pages at Oxfordshire County Council's website
News and updates are shared around the village through a regular newsletter pulled together by a dedicated team...
The responsibilities of the Council are varied and ever-changing in supporting the needs and desires of this dynamic community...
Site Manager Chris Hamley can be contacted on 07748 704139
Help shape the future of Oxfordshire's transport and connectivity.
The County Council is asking people to comment on their new draft Local Transport and Connectivity Plan. The plan sets out a vision for Oxfordshire that will contribute to developing a zero-carbon economy and transform the health and wellbeing of residents.
The consultation runs until 28 March. To find out more, and to have your say, visit the county’s consultation page.