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

OXTON SOCIETY APRIL NEWSLETTER

OXTON SOCIETY APRIL NEWSLETTER

In the current situation we regret that we are unable to print and distribute the Oxton Society Newsletter as normal.  However, we have produced a version of the April Newsletter which can be read on the Society’s website.   We are hoping that at some point we will be...

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Hanging Baskets 2020

Hanging Baskets 2020

With great reluctance the Society has decided not to go forward with the Hanging Baskets for this year. A major factor in our decision is the impact of the social distancing measures introduced by the government. We are faced with the prospect of asking theSociety's...

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Secret Gardens Event Cancellation

Secret Gardens Event Cancellation

The Oxton Society has kept government advice under review with regard to corona virus and, because of the uncertainty over the next few months, has reluctantly taken the decision to CANCEL SECRET GARDENS FOR 2020. The Oxton Society would like to thank our partner...

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Newsletters online

Newsletters online

Did you know you can access the Oxton Society newsletters online?  The newsletters for the past two years are available to view on our website.  If you currently get a paper copy of the newsletter but would prefer to receive it by email or look at it on the website,...

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