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There are a number of support agencies during this trying time, but the two contacts we would suggest if you need help are Age UK Oxfordshire - Support Line for older people - contact 01865 411288, or the local COVID19- Support Group on  01993 402119



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The Beehive in the 1940s 

The Town Council has for many years maintained an archive of historical material relating to the early years of Carterton. The material comprises news cuttings, photographs, and old documents relating to William Carter and the humble beginnings of Carterton.

If you or your friends or family have any documents or photographs that you are willing to donate to the archive, either permanently or for scanning, then we would love to hear from you. We know that there is so much more out there! Please contact Tan – tmarchant@carterton-tc.gov.uk or call into the Town Hall.

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Robert Courts MP

The member of parliament for West Oxfordshire, Robert Courts, is very keen for all residents to be able to read what he is up to in the constituency and in Westminster. Read his latest and previous newsletters.

Reporting issues from around the Town
The staff at Carterton Town Council are dedicated to helping residents resolve any issues they have. This can range from the length of the grass on our verges to fly tipping. If a problem is brought to our attention, we will work tirelessly to solve it. That is where you, the residents, come in. Can you be our eyes and ears around the Town and let us know where we can help? If we don’t know about it, we can't fix it! To make contact, either come to see us at the Town Hall, call us on 01993 842156, submit a form via the Contact Us page of this website, or email twhitford@carterton-tc.gov.uk.

Lost Property
Please note that we now have a lost property page. If you have lost something in the Carterton area, please click here to check if it has been handed in at the Town Hall or find the page on the Community & Services tab.

We welcome your comments on our website, and contact details can be found on the Contact Us page


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