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William Roberts, local shoe maker who lived in Marston late Victorian era

We have a large collection of pictures of Marston past and present and a history of Marston going back many centuries. Click here for pictures and click here for Marston history.

Site updated 18 April 2014

Next Meeting: 19:30, Tuesday 6th May 2014, Mortimer Hall

Election to Parish Council - 22nd May 2014

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Contacting the Parish Council

Any official notices, land transactions, financial matters, planning notifications, correspondence for the Parish Council and requests to see documents under the Freedom of Information Act, including archived documents, should first be sent to the Parish Clerk Tim Cann - e-mail him. You can contact him on 01865203139 09:00-13:00 Monday to Wednesday; at other times leave a message.

Attending and Speaking at Meetings

Residents are very welcome to come to attend our meetings. If you would like to speak at one of our meetings then please contact the Parish Clerk (01865203139 /e-mail) in advance of the meeting.

Adverting on This Website

If you would like to advertise any local events, news, organisations, etc., including commercial advertising, on this website or would like to contact us in relation to this website then contact me, Duncan Hatfield, at or on 07706-998224.  This site is hosted by Get Online Ltd.

Any information contained in this site is accurate to the best of our knowledge, but neither Old Marston Parish Council or the webmaster can be held liable for any inaccuracies contained it this site. The Parish Council is not responsible for external websites. Please let me know if you notice any errors or links not working.

The River Cherwell which marks the boundary of Old Marston. For more pictures click here.

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St Nicholas Church click here for more pictures of church

St Nicholas Parish Church - click here for more pictures River Cherwell in Spring at the boundary of Old Marston