The Oxton Society

The Past, the Present & the Future

The Oxton Society

The Past, the Present & the Future

The Oxton Society

The Past, the Present & the Future

The Oxton Society

The Past, the Present & the Future

Our Aims

The aims of the Oxton Society are:

  • To promote high standards of planning and architecture
  • To educate the public in Oxton’s geography, history, natural history and architecture
  • To secure the preservation, protection, development and improvement of Oxton

A Civic Society is:

  • A friendly society
  • A concerned society
  • An active society

Now is time to:

  • Get involved
  • Find out what is going on in your area
  • Discover more about the work your local society
  • Help make our village work for everyone.

Latest News

July History Periodical – now available

OXTON SOCIETY JULY HISTORY PERIODICAL   Sorry, but we are unable to print and distribute the History Periodical as normal. You can access it by using this link.    In time there will be a reduced print run as some people like to keep back numbers.  If you would like...

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July (virtual) Newsletter now available

July (virtual) Newsletter now available

Once again we regret that we are unable to print and distribute the Oxton Society Newsletter as normal.  However, we have produced a version of the July Newsletter which you can read using this link. We are hoping that at some point we will be able to arrange a...

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A Big Thankyou

A Big Thankyou

A LETTER TO OUR MEMBERS We hope you and your family are well and have been free of Coronavirus and have not felt too constrained  by the challenges of lockdown.  It has been truly sad that OXTON  Village has lacked its usual vibrancy and we miss all the businesses...

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CONSERVATION AND COMMUNITY TOGETHER, 1979 – 2019

CONSERVATION AND COMMUNITY TOGETHER, 1979 – 2019

This booklet, by Alan Chape, the Secretary of the Oxton Society, has been written to celebrate 40 years of the Oxton Conservation Area and the Oxton Society. It contains a commentary on the nature of change in the area and the Society over the past 40 years and...

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