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Robert Courts MP writes to all headteachers in West Oxfordshire

I have today written to every primary and secondary school in West Oxfordshire to discuss the Schools National Funding Formula.

I want to know the concerns and the opinions of all the headteachers, as those who will be greatly affected by these decisions.

Witney Gazette - Witney MP's office is open to the public

Robert Courts MP's office in Witney is now fully open to the public.

Located within the West Oxfordshire Conservative Association office on the High Street in Witney, Robert wanted to make his presence in Witney clearly known.

Read this article in full here.

February is Rural Crime Month

The Thames Valley Police Rural Partnership has launched a month of action in order to further combat crime in rural areas. The campaign, which will run throughout this month, will be focussing on combating crimes which affect rural businesses in the Thames Valley, particularly burglaries at non-r

Meeting Wootton Parish Council

Robert's busy day finished by meeting Wootton Parish Council, as well as members of the public, at the gorgeous Killingworth Castle pub and restaurant.

Visiting My Store Self Storage

It is always a pleasure to visit thriving, innovative new local businesses, such as My Store Self Storage, the first purpose built one in Witney- and it is great to see their success. 

Helen & Douglas House, an amazing charity

Helen & Douglas House is a registered charity caring for babies, children & young adults with life-shortening conditions; it is reliant on voluntary donations.

My visit to them was both moving and inspiring; what a privilege to meet their fantastic team.

Visit to Hunters Cake Cafe

Hunters Cake Cafe is a new independent cafe in Witney specialising in cakes, but also serving breakfasts, light lunches, suki tea, milkshakes.... I called in to meet the team at this thriving business, and of course to try the homemade cake. I wish them every success.

Robert meets with Fifield parish councillors

Robert said, "I greatly enjoyed the opportunity to discuss all the issues facing residents of Fifield and the surrounding area - it is so important to work closely with our parish representatives."