Badgers and more on the edge of the village.
Results of searching the London Gazette for “Harwell”. 1824 Repairing the Turnpike from Harwell to Streatley 1871 Licencing the Wesleyan Chapel for marriages 1896 Parish Churchyard burial conditions 1916 Discontinuing burial in the Wesleyan Chapelyard, with exceptions 1959 Blocking up a footpath for houses and flats 1967 Changes to Footpaths 4 and 5. 1971 Right […]
An index of websites with HARWELL in their domain name and which are relevant to people living in Harwell Village, within the Vale of White Horse in south Oxfordshire. Harwell Parish Council www.HARWELLparish.co.uk The website of the Harwell Parish Council, with information and history of the village, and a list of local […]
I’ve now had a chance to produce a summary of all the suggestions for improving sustainability that we could work on as a community. I’ve captured 18 ideas which is a fantastic response, so thanks to everyone for your involvement. I hope I haven’t missed anything but if I have, please let me know and […]
In July the first meeting of Sustainable Harwell was held at The Village Hall to discuss what we could do in our area to tackle climate change, reduce pollution and waste and improve the environment. The meeting was very well-attended with over 30 people considering how we could have an impact and make changes as […]
List of street names in Harwell Parish. Please use the comment form at the end of the page to add more information or send corrections. This is very much work in progress. Thanks to Harwell Parish Council for access to minutes, and for additional information gained during my time on the parish council. David Marsh
The aim of the Keep Harwell Rural (KHR) Campaign was to give residents of Harwell the opportunity to have a voice in matters that affect the future of the village. The campaign no longer operates and was wound up in 2017. Follow this link to find an archive of the Keep Harwell Rural website and […]
This article appeared in the Mail On-line on 28 April 2016 just after planning permission was granted for the Valley Park development. A village which dates back to the Domesday Book is set to be ‘engulfed’ by a new estate consisting of 4,000 houses – after the council created a green ‘buffer zone’ just 115ft […]
Sat and Sun 3 and 4 October. 11am – 4pm. 30 years since the village millennium. 100 years since WW1. Almshouse 300 years old???!!! Please come and support us we have lots of new research to show you. Refreshments.
Three villagers who live in the village reminisce about teaching Harwell children.