Webinar on Bioblitzing

If there is green space that you love, whether there’s an imminent threat or not, recording the biodiversity is critical to help preserve it and will also aid research by experts in the various species that make up your local ecosystems! Wildlife conservation relies on data. Knowing where particular species are, where they have been… Continue reading Webinar on Bioblitzing

Banbury LCWIP Consultation Open Until 19th June 2022

Oxfordshire County Council and Cherwell District Council are developing a Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan (LCWIP) for Banbury and they want to know what YOU think and any thoughts you have on their ideas as well as any other ideas that you have The Keep Nethercote Rural campaign are pleased to see a proposal… Continue reading Banbury LCWIP Consultation Open Until 19th June 2022

Screening Opinion Planning Application Submitted to Councils – How To Get Involved

As part of Cherwell District Council Local Plan Review 2040 Call For Sites, speculative proposals were submitted for the areas of both Nethercote and Huscote, these proposals would in effect see both areas concreted over and turned into Industrial Estates, creating a warehouse corridor as you drive up the A422 towards Middleton Cheney.  Neither of… Continue reading Screening Opinion Planning Application Submitted to Councils – How To Get Involved

Petition To Keep Nethercote Rural Reaches 1000 Signatures!

Our petition urging Cherwell District Council to provide conservation protection for the rural hamlet of Nethercote in Banbury has already gained more than 1000 signatures As part of their local plan review 2040, Cherwell District Council put out a “call for sites” to which a developer submitted a speculative proposal to use the area of… Continue reading Petition To Keep Nethercote Rural Reaches 1000 Signatures!

Petition Passes 500 Supporters! Thank you!

Residents and supporters of the small Banbury hamlet of Nethercote are overwhelmed with the support that has been received for this pretty, rural hamlet, home to much wildlife and source of tranquil countryside that is enjoyed by residents, dog walkers and hikers alike . The petition calls for conservation protection against development and commitment to… Continue reading Petition Passes 500 Supporters! Thank you!

Just What Does The Future Hold For Nethercote

Nethercote is a hamlet on the edge of North Oxfordshire, a rural area bordering with West Northamptonshire. The hamlet sits South East of J11 of M40, predominantly agricultural land used for grazing, a single-track road runs right through the hamlet, known as Banbury Lane, which has around a dozen residential properties along the lane.  As… Continue reading Just What Does The Future Hold For Nethercote

Nethercote Christmas Wildlife Survey

Help to protect our wildlife & habitats by recording the wildlife you see if visiting Nethercote during the festive period! If You Are Local, Please Join Our Christmas Wildlife Survey! If you are lucky enough to enjoy some quality time with your family over the festive period, or perhaps take some solitary time to yourself… Continue reading Nethercote Christmas Wildlife Survey

Thank You For Spreading The Word!

Support for the small Banbury hamlet and the campaign to Keep Nethercote Rural continues to grow thanks to everyone who has signed and helped spread the word! The petition calls for conservation protection against development for this pretty, rural hamlet and has now passed 400 signatures! We cannot say enough times, a massive thank you… Continue reading Thank You For Spreading The Word!

Support For The Hamlet of Nethercote Continues To Grow

The campaign to Keep Nethercote Rural is gaining traction as people show their support for the small Banbury hamlet. Launched only last week, the petition calls for conservation protection against development for this pretty, rural area and already has over 250 signatures! Again a massive thank you to every single person who has already signed… Continue reading Support For The Hamlet of Nethercote Continues To Grow