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Protecting your privacy
Hanborough Parish Council is committed to protecting and respecting your privacy, and your information will be held and handled by us according to this Policy.

All personal data held is governed by the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).  For the purpose of the General Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR"), we are the data controller in respect of information collected on our website.

Our Privacy Notice sets out the basis on which any personal data we collect from you, or that you provide to us, will be processed by us. Please read the following carefully to understand our views and practices regarding your personal data and how we will treat it.

Hanborough Parish Council represents the interests of the residents of Church Hanborough and Long Hanborough.  

The Parish Council responds to planning consultations and other government consultations on things like public transport, road improvements, licensing and crime prevention. It also works with other agencies such as West Oxfordshire District Council and Oxfordshire County Council to ensure that things like refuse collections, road repairs are all handled smoothly

It is also responsible for local amenities such as allotments, bus-shelters, litter bins and provides recreational facilities including the children's playground and the multi-use games area.

Hanborough Show 8th September at 1pm.

The Hanborough show is on this year starting from 1pm with dog show enteries from 12:30.

The show will be starting slightly earlier than usual so please check the cut offs for enteries and submitting on the day.

The usual events will be on, Yarnton Band, Armaleggan Dancers, Dog Show, Tea and Coffee tent along with a variety of other stalls.

Important documents for the show can be downloaded here:-


Entry Form


Hints and tips


Nottingham Knockers – Thames Valley Police Advice

Last week we received a number of calls about Nottingham Knockers in the West Oxon area.
Please warn your neighbours, particularly elderly or vulnerable neighbours, not to open the door to strangers to buy on the doorstep. Some doorstep callers may offer poor quality goods at inflated prices and if a caller is not genuine, they may be gathering information for future crime. Please keep in mind that if cold callers don’t get any sales in your area, they are less likely to return.
If they are in your area, please call the police immediately on 101 with a description of them & any associated vehicle they may be using.
More information from trading standards and a “NO COLD CALLERS. PLEASE LEAVE AND DO NOT RETURN” poster to print and display can be found at


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We welcome any comments, suggestions or queries concerning this website, or any Parish Council matters. You can contact us via the Contact form.