Getting in touch

If you call me on my landline; 01295 811257, you will get a number unobtainable message.

Fortunately, Lynda and I share several phone lines at Nell Bridge House.   The number 01295 811257 is normally mine while Lynda uses 01295 812584.

Until service on my number is restored, please call and leave messages on 01295 812584.

Wednesday was a funny day.  I had electricians and a carpenter on site; the former to work in our cottage behind Nell Bridge House and the latter to repair a sash window in Nell Bridge House.

As the electrician team arrived, our entire electricity supply to Nell Bridge House, to our cottage and to our outbuildings failed with on-off-on-off for quite some time, causing havoc to our timers, clocks and other time-friendly devices.  After much flickering and indecision and no prior warning of failure, our electricity supply finally returned and our electrician team was able to go about its business.  However, when I returned home after a trip to London, I found my Broadband had died on me.  I spent hours calling, waiting, pressing buttons and answering daft questions until I found a lady in Calcutta who had all the right customer-friendly answers but no ability to make things happen.  I think BT will find my craftsman has sawn through a BT cable but am going to have to wait for their engineer to appear.  I am lucky to have spare lines I can use so please call on 01295 812584 until the 811257 number is repaired.

About Keith R Mitchell CBE

Qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 1967. Pursued a successful career in financial training and publishing until selling his interests in 1990. Elected a County Councillor for the Bloxham Division in 1989. Leader of Oxfordshire County Council 5 November 2001 to 15 May 2012. Chairman of the South East England Regional Planning Committee July 2002 to July 2005. Chairman of the South East England Regional Assembly July 2005 to July 2008. In HM the Queen’s 2007 Birthday Honours, appointed a Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire in recognition of services to local government.
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One Response to Getting in touch

  1. KEITH STRANGWOOD says:

    Keep Smiling.
    Keith S

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