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Evacuees to Bampton 1940 and Shirley Boyce's Memoir

  • BCA - 2022.3941
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  • 1940-43

Shirley Boyce was an Evacuee to Bampton during World War II and has written an account of her time in Bampton staying at a Manor House (Weald Manor?). Which had been divided into flats. She later stayed in Aston. The photo is of evacuated children from Bow, London playing in the grounds of Weald Manor in 1940. Two boys Kenny Howe and Leslie Tucker were billeted in New Road with Mr and Mrs Whighting?

Janet Westman

Properties for Sale 2019

  • BCA - 2022.3902
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  • 2019

Newspaper cutting mentioning the new Cala Homes development and the Path to Nowhere. Oakwood Gate

Janet Westman

Fight against 160 houses at the NE end of New Road 2014

  • BCA - 2022.3736
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  • 2014

West Oxfordshire District Council's deputy, Mark Booty does not believe the housing targets are achievable. Mark feels it would be more sensible for houses to be built in the south of the county where the jobs are situated. By 2031 it is said 13,200 more homes will be needed in West Oxfordshire although there is nothing to indicate that the same number of jobs will be created.

Janet Rouse

Various applications by Gladman to build between the Aston & Buckland Roads

  • BCA - 2020.2349
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  • 2014

Witney Gazette August 6th 2014. Gladman Homes, previously refused permission to build 127 homes off the Aston road have submitted a new application to build 116 homes instead on the same site. The original application was turned down due to concerns of the risk of flooding.

Bampton Community Archive

Playing Field in New Road 1988

  • BCA - 2022.3804
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  • 1988

Image of young girl on seesaw in the Playing Field. New Road.
View shows houses in Bushey Row.
Adjacent to Fire Station, Field has been built over with Pembroke Close

Janet Westman

70 new homes to be built between New Road and Coalpit Lane

  • BCA - 2021.2545
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  • November 25th 1983

In 1983 the Lowlands Area Planning Sub committee gave permission for 70 more homes to be built between New Road and Coalpit Lane. The said no more than 20 per year on the 8 acre site but in the event, there were more than this annually.

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