Eddie Reeves

Oxfordshire County Councillor for Banbury Calthorpe Division

Eddie was elected to represent the Calthorpe Division in May 2017. He considers it a huge honour to represent the area where he too lives and works. Like most hard-working people, he believes that politics is about finding solutions to problems, not problems to politicise. Having worked in Local Government, he recognises the challenges public services face. Since his election, Eddie has successfully pushed for local road improvements, including an extensive resurfacing of the Bloxham Road junction and the installation of double yellow lines to ameliorate parking problems on Easington Road, renewed calls for a new motorway junction on the M40 to serve south Banbury and campaigned against the centralisation of acute service provision at the Horton General Hospital, addressing the HOSC health scrutiny committee on several occasions. As a small business owner in Banbury town centre, he is invested in supporting improvements to our High Street and attracting other new businesses to set up shop, helping the town centre continue to thrive. He currently serves as the County Council's Cabinet member for Transformation. 

Contact Eddie: 

E:  eddie.reeves@oxfordshire.gov.uk

T: 07445 395166 or 01295 369472

P: 74 West Bar Street, Banbury OX16 9RZ

News

Banbury Conservatives give evidence at key Horton Hospital meeting

Banbury Conservatives were pleased to stand with local residents in continuing to fight for the reinstatement of obstetric-led maternity services at the Horton General Hospital at a meeting of the Horton Health Overview and Scrutiny Committee (HHOSC) today.

Future bright for Banbury Arts Centre

The future of the Mill Arts Centre in Banbury has been secured for the long-term following a transfer of ownership between two local Councils. 

Bloxham Road junction resurface works

The junction of Bloxham Road and Oxford Road is running smoothly again thanks to major resurfacing improvements undertaken by Conservative-led Oxfordshire County Council.

Banbury Councillors urge rethink on school transportation for SEND pupils

Controversial proposals put forward by Oxfordshire County Council to reduce provision for free school transport to and from special schools for pupils aged 16 years and over with Special Educational Needs & Disabilities (‘SEND’) have been criticised by local County Councillors.

Banbury Councillors work together to give town bus lifeline

In a letter published today's Banbury Guardian, Banbury County Councillors from both political parties have come together to pledge their commitment to work towards ensuring bus services continue across our area where possible.

“Dear Sir

Banbury Conservatives rally round the Horton General Hospital at HOSC

At yesterday’s extraordinary meeting of Oxfordshire County Council's Joint Health Overview and Scrutiny Committee, Banbury Conservatives, together with Victoria Prentis MP, strongly rejected the Clinical Commissioning Groups plans for significant service change at the Horton General Hospital.

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