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Here we are again, with the Autumn edition of our Newsletter.

A lot has happened since the last edition and one thing has not – our Village Bash. However, the Committee has been working hard to re-organise it and it is now scheduled for Sunday 19 September on the Recreation Ground. Please come along and give your support.

The Parish Council also re-scheduled the Annual Parish Meeting, and this was very well attended.  We would like to extend out thanks to all the Presenters and to the Church for supplying the refreshments and to those who attended and had questions for the Presenters. The two main topics of concern were the planning application for the Radar Tower to be built on the Tactical Medical Wing site off Carterton Road, and Policing.

From this, we finally secured a Public Consultation Meeting with the RAF and Aquila,  the company that will be installing the tower, which was held in the Elder Bank Hall on Thursday 26 August. Unfortunately, this has come too late to report on in this Newsletter, but we will share the details via our website and other social media platforms.

The second topic was around policing as recently there have been reports made to the Police about problems of anti-social behaviour and drugs.  We are a small community and we do not want this sort of behaviour to increase. This is where we can all do ‘our bit’. There is the opportunity for two initiatives to help with these, but they will not succeed if there are no volunteers and no support. Please don’t read this and think “great – I’ll leave this to my neighbours” Get Involved!

The first is a Neighbourhood Watch Scheme.  Someone has already come forward to look at this and it is hoped that by the next Newsletter he will have something to share with us all. In the meantime, if anyone is interested in joining this initiative then please get in touch with me and I will pass on the details.

The second is a Neighbourhood Resilience Group. I will be meeting with our Community Police Officers to find out more about this and, again, if there is anyone interested in this initiative, then please get in touch with me. 

The Parish Council was contacted by The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Beacons asking if we would like to be involved in lighting a beacon on 2 June 2022 in celebration of her Majesty’s 70-year reign. Tony Shillingford has kindly volunteered to lead this and there will be further news about this in a later Newsletter. The Nation will come together for a four-day Bank Holiday weekend and there will be a programme of public events planned and communities are being encouraged to organise their own events as well. There will be more on this in the next Newsletter.

As well as all of this going on, the Council is also going through some changes. Ben Campion has resigned as Councillor and Alison Riseley has resigned as Clerk. We wish them both the very best of luck for the future and thank them both for their contributions during their time on the Council. We have welcomed David Golding onto the Council. David has lived in Brize Norton for nine years and we are sure he will be a valuable asset to us.

We still have a vacancy for a Councillor so if you are interested in local issues and would like to serve your community then please apply.

We are now back holding our monthly meetings on the first Monday of every month in the Pavilion and anyone is welcome to attend if they just want to come along and find out what is happening in the village or has anything they wish to bring to the Council’s attention.

I’d like to finish by wishing you a great summer.

Until the next Newsletter!!

Wendy Way (Chairman)



  • Sunday 19 September 2021

  • The Recreation Ground, Brize Norton

  • 2.00pm to 5.00pm

Come and join us for an afternoon of ‘Disney themed’ fun; things to do, to see, to eat and to drink! Why not join in our afternoon of fun in costume - our Disney theme includes Pirates to Princesses, from Ariel to Zazu!

Please get involved prior to the day by making a themed scarecrow and if possible to display it in your garden from Sunday 5 September to advertise the event. Then bring your scarecrows on 19 September to be judged and possibly win a prize – we are indebted to Bloor Homes   for simple rules and guidelines are in this newsletter or on the BNSA facebook page, but please do let us know you are entering so we can ensure we have room to display your creations at the entrance to our Recreation ‘Wonderland’.

The fun starts at 2.00pm. We will have the usual stalls; raffles, tombolas, bric-a-brac, plant stall, cake stall, bar (with real ale), barbecue, ‘Pimms and prosecco’ stall, treasure hunt, year 6 games, bouncy castles and tea and cakes.

For your entertainment, we hope to include performances by Brize Norton Primary school children, static displays of vintage memorabilia, a model Spitfire and musical entertainment and additional entertainment to be confirmed – look out for details on social media.

We’d also like to get you involved as part of the entertainment too. Win a prize if your team competes in the ‘cardboard box tower challenge’ and builds the tallest Rapunzel’s tower. We are grateful too, to staff from Nuffield Health who will be organising obstacle and other fitness related challenges.

We are asking you to get involved with two additional competitions this year which will be displayed in the Elder Bank Hall. Firstly, we would like children (reception to year 2 and year 3 to year 6) to enter our colouring competition. Pictures to colour will be sent out to children attending the Primary School otherwise contact bnsa_fundraising@outlook.com to receive a picture to colour.   Or are you a gardener? – bring along and display a ‘Freaky vegetable’, it may be oversized, undersized, or mis-shapen – raise a smile! Bring your entries on the day.   Monetary prizes for winners of these competitions.

The event is a community event run by individuals from the village charities and the proceeds go to Brize Norton School Association, Brize Norton Sports and Social Club, St Britius Church, and Brize Norton Village Pre-school.

Look out for posters on the village noticeboards, through your door and for more information and updates on the school, social club and village social media. We would also like to thank Chancellors Estate Agent for their support in advertising the event.



The organising committee welcomes entries from residents and those living outside the parish to make and display a “Disney-esque”, fantasy animated character scarecrow.

Families may enter more than one scarecrow. Ideally the scarecrow should be displayed in their garden location from Sunday 5 September to advertise the Village Bash. We ask that they are then brought to the event on Sunday 19 September at 2.00pm for judging.

First to third placed scarecrows will receive a monetary prize - we thank Bloor Homes for their sponsorship. Judges’ decisions are absolutely final.

Prize winners will be announced and presentations made at the Village Bash about 4.30pm. Competitors are responsible for displaying their scarecrows at the event and are responsible for clearing away their own scarecrow by 5.30pm.

The scarecrow can be smaller but should not be larger than 2.0m wide x 2.0m high.  All scarecrows should be constructed to consider the prospect of inclement weather.  Entrants are reminded that this is a public event and all scarecrows must be made and displayed in good taste. The Committee reserve the right to withdraw any scarecrows that they deem unsuitable. An entrant designing their scarecrow to cause deliberate offence will be disqualified.

Scarecrows should be placed in a safe location and should be clearly visible from the road. They should be secured so that they will not blow away, and in a position that will not cause a danger, injury, or annoyance to others.  The organising Committee ill not be held responsible for any damage to Third Party property caused by  he creation or insecurity of scarecrows. Owners are held solely responsible for the safety and security of their scarecrow.

Photographs will be taken of the scarecrows and may be published on the Brize Norton Parish website to advertise the Village Day or used for other purposes after the event.

All entry forms must be submitted to Carolyn Peach before the day by e-mail cpeach.uk@btinternet.com or 52a Station Road, Brize Norton OX18 3QA.



After an interesting year (to say the least), we managed a great end to the term.

We still could not do the whole-school and community events which we enjoy in normal years, but we managed graduation ceremonies for our Reception and Year 6 children and a final outdoor whole-school assembly. Most importantly, all our Year 3 – 6 children were able to go on their residential visits.

Our oldest children camped in North Wales for three nights, climbed up Snowdon in weather which was anything but sunny and came down with smiles on their faces.

I have been talking to the children a lot recently about “Type 2 fun”. Type 1 fun is something you enjoy but forget about shortly afterwards, such as playing in the park. Type 2 fun is something different altogether, like climbing a mountain, staying away from home for the first time or tackling a tricky learning task: it may not feel like fun at all when you’re act u a l ly doing it, but afterwards the sense of achievement is long-lasting and you have grown as a person. This is something we believe in strongly at Brize Norton School: the more Type 2 fun experiences a person has, the more able they are to tackle the next challenge.

I am extremely proud of how the children, staff and families have thrown themselves into the constant changes required. I do believe we have come out stronger.

This last year and a half have certainly been a challenge for all of us. I am extremely proud of how the children, staff and families have thrown themselves into the constant changes required. I do believe we have come out stronger. As I write, we are in the middle of the summer holiday, planning for a more “normal” year next year whilst being ready for disruption if necessary.  Whatever challenges the next year brings, we are ready, and we will be there with smiles on our faces.

Anna Anna Fairhurst (Headteacher



After 18 children left pre-school ready for primary school in July, we are now very much looking forward to welcoming all of our new children and their families to our pre-school community from September.

A huge thank you to everyone who kindly donated towards the garden improvement project, your help and support have been greatly appreciated.

Over the holidays our new extended and improved garden has received a make over and will now provide a year round outdoor space for the children to use. A huge thank you to everyone who kindly donated towards the garden improvement project, your help and support have been greatly appreciated.

Pre-school remains extremely popular. Our waiting list for September 2022 is already very busy and we will need to be closing this over the coming weeks. If you would like to add your child to our waiting list please complete a form on the ‘registration’ page of our website www.br i z e nor tonpr e s c hool . co. u k , email or call us on 07769 617 696.

Pre-school operates from the Elder Bank Hall and offers spaces for 2, 3 and 4 year olds Monday - Thursday, 9.00am - 3.00pm and Friday 9.00am - 12.00pm during term time only. Funding is available, subject to terms and conditions. Details can be found on our website.

Pre-school will be running a Pimms & Prosecco stand at the Village Bash in September, come along and support this community event.

Jackie Jackie Hampson (Manager


Firstly I would like to thank all those people who attended our AGM back in July. It was a successful evening and with the new committee we can look forward to a bright and enjoyable future.

There are still one or two items that have to be overcome but with the knowledge that a new pavilion is going to be built in a couple years or so, we can now plan to get ideas in place.

The new committee is a great cross section of the village, with members concentrating on various ideas, a new tennis club, social nights, improving the facilities and so on.

The tennis club is something which is perhaps a slow burner at the moment as we have to raise a considerable amount of money to have the existing court re-surfaced. But please don’t be put off by that, if you have an interest in tennis, then please do get in contact. It will definitely help with grant applications.

The S&SC via the Football Club have been joined by the ‘Walking Football’ members, which is a great addition to the club. Now we need to cultivate a junior section! This is much more of a headache as it needs qualified people to run it. Again, this is something that will grow slowly when we get everything in place. But if you can help in anyway then please get in contact.

Now for the social side…

You may recall last month we held a family day event for the RAF, which turned out to be a very successful day – and put some money in our bank! Thanks to all who helped out on the day.

Our next venture is another family day but this time it’s Rounders. The date for your diary is Sunday 12 September. Full details will be available from HBC but basically it’s a chance for families to take on other families in a game of rounders! Simple. Equal teams of 6 to 8 will compete for gold, silver, and bronze medals. Actually they will be tokens for the bar/café! 

Still very much worth winning! If you would like more information please do let us know.

The bar and café will be open to help you stay refreshed for the games.

Come around for rounders and buy a round…

The following week Sunday 19 September is the Disney themed Village Bash. Postponed from 2020 and this July, its now back, with a BANG. Please read the article in this newsletter for all the details.

Interesting times ahead, if you would like to know more or have any ideas you wish to bring to our attention, please do let us know.

Many thanks

Tim Tim Gush (Chairman


Buy a


On the 8 July, Brize Norton Football Club was 58 years old after being reformed by our President Fred Bellinger and Bob Watts.

The 2021/22 season will start on 4 September and the Club will be entering its usual two sides into the Witney & District League.

After the last two seasons being disrupted and voided due to Covid-19 we are hoping that this season will be back to some ‘normality’ and be completed.

Training started in July on Tuesday nights at The Rec and will continue through September with a 6.30pm start. In October we will move training to the Carterton ATP for the winter months (Time to be confirmed). All are welcome to training, players old or new. The club has, like many small clubs, been in danger of folding but we have kept going and are still putting two teams out each week.

A big Thank you to Jake Farrugia (1sts) and Adam Harris (Reserves) for running the two sides last season in very difficult circumstances and to the Committee for all their hard work.


Contact the Club: Website: pitchero.com/clubs/brizenortonfc

Facebook Group: Brize Norton FC

Twitter: @brizenortonfc



As we speed through summer and give time to reflect on the last few months- here at HBC once again we are humbled by the continued support, we have received from both the local and wider community.

We continue to offer Wast0 and pre-ordered Pobi bread every Saturday and the fabulous Sally is here Tuesdays and Thursdays offering Post Office services.

As we slowly emerge from Covid-19 rules and regulations it has been lovely to re-open indoors and feel the buzz of the café life again.

Thank you to all of you that purchased your re-usable bee cup - don’t forget to keep using it to get your discounted coffee!

At Humble Bumble we endeavour to support key Charities when we can. This year we are proud to have worked with Alzheimer’s, Laura Hyde Foundation, Guide Dogs for the Blind and the Eve appeal, all of which rely on donations to continue research, funding staff, dogs or humans! To all of you that have given your time, donations, raffle prizes, brought coffee or cakes we are incredibly grateful-thank you.


Father’s day brought a new bespoke gift box this year. We loved creating these and sharing with you all.

The summer has brought lots of crafty kid’s sessions: Handmade by Abby, Pottery painting with Curious crafts and painting with our very own Gemma @gemmamarlow arts. We really hope to offer some adult classes at some point too! It has been lovely seeing so many young people getting so arty…


We have loved seeing the return of the Cricket, the ongoing Walking Footballers and the many families and young people enjoying our beautiful recreation ground.

As I write this, we are preparing our first joint venture this year alongside the Sports and Social club, which will be to support the RAF 47 Squadron cricket and families day! Hope many of you will come along and enjoy the music, bar and cricket! We are all also looking forward to the rescheduled Big Bash in September!

Plans for the covered outdoor area are also in full swing. Updates to follow!

So, enjoy the rest of your summer, catching up with family and friends and from the bottom of our hearts thank you from us all at Humble Bumble café!

Bev Bev Campion (Manager)



With the easing of some restrictions we are happy to be back singing to ‘raise the rafters’ in praise.

The church will now also be open each Sunday after the morning services until dusk or 6.00pm.  You are welcome to visit to learn more of the church’s fascinating history or just for quiet reflection.

We will be taking part in the rescheduled Village Bash on Sunday 19 September. Please come to the event to support us at our stall, and take part in the treasure hunt and craft activity we are organising.

With so few opportunities to meet up thislast year we have organised a Harvest Lunch on Saturday 4 September at the Chequers, together with a raffle. Please book your place and menu choices with Rossie (843418).

Our festival of Harvest celebration in church is on Sunday 3 October at 9.15am. All harvest gifts (non-perishable please) brought to church will be donated to The Besom project, a local charity that helps local people with food parcels in the event of personal crisis.

The annual Oxford Historic Churches Trust ‘Ride and Stride’ event is Saturday 11 September. If you would like to support this initiative by taking part, sponsoring individuals visiting the churches, or even helping ‘man’ the church on the day to greet the cyclists please contact Jacquie Griffin (841616).

Sunday 14 November is our service of Remembrance at 10.00am led by Rev Ian Howard with the wreath laying at the War Memorial at 11.00am.

A date for your diary, on Saturday 4 December we will be holding a fun Christmas themed activity session for children aged 5 to 11 years old at 3.00pm followed by a short Christingle service at 5.00pm open to all at St Britius. For more details contact Gary Long 07799 968408, gary@stjohnschurchcarterton.org.uk.

As a benefice we are running a free, informal and relaxed seven-week course, Christianity Explored at St John’s from Saturday 25 September to 13 November, 10.30am-12.30pm. The course is for anyone who wants to think about the meaning of life. You don’t need to know anything about  the Bible, and you won’t be asked to pray or sing. You can ask any question you like, or you can just sit and listen. Speak with Billie Tweedy (845216).

Pilgrims Lunch is now on Tuesdays at midday in church. Come and enjoy a picnic style lunch, with chat and fellowship. Bring along your own picnic or some food to share. Contact Ben Campion 358690 to find out more.

For further details of the church services refer to the notices on the church door or log onto the website - www.bncommunity.org. If you have any queries or need help and support then please do contact a member of the team:

Rector: Rev. Drew Tweedy 07393 182093 • revdrew61@gmail.com

Team Vicar: Rev. Ian Howard 07867 784693 • ian.barry.howard@gmail.com

Churchwarden: Dr Phil Holmes 843856 • p.holmes@brizenorton.org

Churchwarden: Rosalind Sewell 843418 • rossie.sewell@googlemail.com



To all our keen gardeners,

Just to inform you that  we will not be holding the Brize Norton Horticultural show this year but we hope it will take place again in August 2022.

We felt it was not just about whether we could hold the event but how comfortable people were about attending.

To all those keen allotment holders and gardeners treat this year’s successes as a rehearsal for next year.

Speaking of keen gardeners although all our allotments in the village are occupied at the moment, this can change very quickly so please get your name on the waiting list if you are interested in having one in the future.

To get your name on the allotment list contact Brize Norton Parish Council (clerk@brizenortonparishcouncil.co.uk) or you can email me directly and I will pass your details on ( tonyshillingford@yahoo.co.uk ).

Tony Tony Shillingford


Dog Walkers


I would like to take this opportunity to thank all those responsible dog owners who are clearing up after their dogs making our village a safer and more hygienic place to walk through (although there are still a couple of accidents!).

Hedges and weeds

Just a gentle reminder that pedestrians should have full access to a footpath to safely walk along and not be hindered by hedging or trees growing from residents’ properties too far over the path.  Also weeds that grow around boundary walls or fences adjoining a footpath are the homeowners’ responsibility to remove. There are no authorities who undertake this work, so it is up to all of us to keep the footpaths tidy.

Temporary closure of footway through Brize Meadow (143/3)

With the approval of Oxfordshire County Council, Bloor Homes will be closing part of the Public Right of Way (PROW) which runs through the Brize Meadow development for safety reasons and it could last for two years.

Working with your Parish Council, an agreed temporary diversion has been agreed which still enables walkers to travel from the northern sector of Brize Meadow down to Carterton Road.  We hope you will agree that this is a more acceptable solution than walking down the busy Monahan Way footpaths.

Naming of Brize Meadow Country Park

At our Annual Parish Meeting, the Parish Council put forward a motion to name the new Country Park after Mary Ellis who lived in our village from 1928 to 1949.

This motion was unanimously agreed with by the members of our community that attended the meeting.

  The ‘public green spaces’on Brize Meadow will now be known as Mary Ellis Country Park.

It was whilst researching the name Albert Wilkins, whose name appears on our War Memorial and has Wilkins Close named after him in Brize Meadow, that we discovered that his eldest brother, Charles, lived in The Manor House. Along with his sons, who were Mary’s brothers, they farmed the very fields on which Brize Meadow is being built.

Mary learnt to fly at Witney Aerodrome aged just 16. By 1939, at the age of 22, she had gained her coveted pilots’ licence – a rare achievement for a young woman at that time. 

Her life and exploits during World War II are well documented and are recalled in the book ‘A Spitfire Girl’. Mary’s action packed career spanned almost a century of aviation. From Tiger Moths to Hurricanes and Spitfires, from Wellington Bombers to post war jets, Mary’s desire to take to the skies, even in her centenary year, never faltered.

Mary Ellis (nee Wilkins) passed away on the 24th July 2018 aged 101.

     A truly inspirational lady.                                                                                                                                                     

Les Les Goble (Councillor)




Currently we have not set a date to restart but we will contact current members personally to advise of a date – we want everyone to enjoy and

feel safe to get back dancing.


We have not yet planned a restart date and programme but we shall contact current members personally in September to advise of arrangements to meet up as a group.

For more information on both of the above, ring Joy on 842373.

Joy Joy Douglas


This village charity (charity number 204046) formed in 1970 was the amalgamation of two previous charitable funds – the ‘Fuel Allotment’ fund set up prior to 1885 and the ‘Widows Money’ fund. From the proceeds of rent of the ‘Poors Plot’ field, small monetary gifts are made to pensioners and widows (Brize Norton residents only) at Christmas.

If you haven’t received a gift before and think you now qualify please contact me before Monday 29 November to be on this year’s list.


T4U (www.teams4u.com) was founded in 2006 by Dave Cooke and aims to fulfil the dreams of children whose greatest wish is to receive a Christmas gift. For many this wish will be granted by the generosity of a total stranger who will probably be completely unaware of the impact it will have and the glimmer of hope it will bring, to a child who has nothing. Shoebox gifts are made to vulnerable children or families in Eastern Europe bringing joy and excitement into an often bleak existence. Donations of complete shoeboxes or of items that could then be made up into boxes are welcome.

There will be a collection point at St Britius and further information will be posted on notice boards or contact

Carolyn 01993 844102, cpeach.uk@btinternet.com.

Carolyn Carolyn Peach


Classes take place on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 6.00 - 6.45pm and Saturday from 9.00am - 9.45pm.

They are on the Recreation Ground behind the Elder Bank Hall and cost £5.00.

To attend of for further details contact Tom on 07892 945060 or TW-FITNESS on Facebook.

Tom Tom Wattleworth


Hopefully this years’Poppy appeal will go ahead as normal.

I would like to thank all the Volunteers who have said they are happy to help this year but of course more volunteers are always welcome; many hands make light work.

This will be especially true this year as we welcome the residents of Brize Meadow into our community. Some volunteers to sell poppies door to door will be very welcome.

This will be during the period at the end of October to the 11th November on a day and time convenient to you. If you are interested in helping out or would like to know more about it, please contact Barbie Thorne on 842 013 or email me at barbara.thorne534@btinternet.com.

Once again thank you to everyone who is able to help.


Brownies are now meeting on Monday evenings in the Elder Bank Hall, if you would like to join us, please register your interest on the guiding website (www.girlguiding.org.uk) or contact me, Barbie Thorne on 842 013

Barbie Barbie Thorne



The following table lists only the regular events.  There will be other bookings and readers should not assume that the hall is available without reference to Diane Davies (see below)

Pre-school (3-5 years) Mon - Fri9 am - 12 noon Jackie


Mon, Tues & Wed12.00 - 3 pm**
BrowniesMondays 6.00 - 7.30 pmBarbara Thorne 842013
West Oxfordshire Woodturning Assoc 1st Tuesday in the month David Spittles776036


Wednesdayy Steph Hill
Dancing ClubThursdays 7.30 - 9.30 pmJoy Douglas 842373
KarateFridays 6.00 - 7.00 pmPete Cowling 07794 363837
Judo ClubSaturdays 9.30 - 11.30 amJonathan Gerrans 01865 884339
TW Fitness
HIIT training
Mondays 7.45 pmTom Wattleworth 078929450060600

** Pre school opening hours  

The Hall is available for Private Hire Contact:- Diane Davies on 843430



For enquiries please contact The Parish Clerk

Wendy Way -

Email: w.way@brizenortonparishcouncil.co.uk

Tel: 01993 841016

Responsibilities: Neighbourhood Plan, Website

Keith Glazier - Vice Chairman

Email: k.glazier@brizenortonparishcouncil.co.uk

Responsibilities: Allotments, Village Maintenance (incl grass cutting), Personnel, Water Management & Flood Prevention, Bampton & District Flood Prevention Group

Pip Squire e - Councillor

Email: p.squire@brizenortonparishcouncil.co.uk

Tel: 01993 867666

Responsibilities: Bloor Homes, Finance & Banking, Legal & Policies, Planning

Les Goble -

Email: l.goble@brizenortonparishcouncil.co.uk

Tel: 01993 841016

Responsibilities: Bloor Homes, Highways (incl Traffic & footpaths), Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group, Personnel

Claire Stewart - Councillor

Email: c.stewart@brizenortonparishcouncil.co.uk

Tel: 07816 845999

Responsibilities: Emergency Response Plan, Brize Meadow Representative, Communications – website & social media


More information about the Parish Council can be found on the Parish Council website, www.brizenortonparishcouncil.co.uk including: ▪ Minutes of Brize Norton Parish Council ▪ Policies of Brize Norton Parish Council Training for Councillors will be provided through the Oxfordshire Association of Local Councils.




Post Office at the Sports Pavilion

9.30 am – 12.30pm Tuesday & Thursday

Police (Witney)

10.00am to 6.00pm Monday to Friday (closed weekends)

Call 101

NHS helpline

(24/7 urgent medical conditions)

Call 111

Council Information

Conservative District Councillor for Brize Norton and Shilton Ward

Councillor Alex Postan

Phone: 07885 135000

Email: alexander@postan.plus.com

Conservative County Councillor for Burford and Carterton North East Division

Councillor Nicholas Field-Johnson

Phone: (01993) 878309

Member of Parliament for Witney

Robert Courts MP

Email: robert@robertcourts.co.uk

Fix my Street

Have you seen a pot hole, sign needs fixing, road works that need to be done?

Website: www.fixmystreet.com

Planning proposals for Brize Norton and Surrounding area

(includes Radar Tower proposal)

www.westoxon.gov.uk - planning proposals



Organisation ContactTelephone No.


Brize Norton Parish Council   clerk@brizenortonparishcouncil.co.uk
St Britius Church Rev Ian Howard (Team Vicar) 0786778469393 ian.barry.howard@gmail.com
Brize Norton Primary School Mrs Anna Fairhurst 842488 www.brizeprimary.org
School Governors Alistair Doran 077883214663 adoran@brize-norton.sch.co.uk
BNPS HSA Carole Stevens 07702422735 lbnsa fundraising@outlook.com
Football ClubSimon Cook 841096/07825 002298  
BN S&SC/Cricket ClubTim Gush846730 
Elder Bank HallDiane Davies843430 
Over 60'sJoy Douglas 842373  
Open GardensJean Butcher 841347 prbutcher@sky.com
Post 0ffice Sports Pavilion Tues & Thurs 9:30-12:30 pm  

Police (Witney)  10 am to 6 PM Monday to Friday (closed weekends)     101
NHS Helpline (24/7 urgent medical conditions)                                        111


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If you wish to submit an entry the deadlines are:

• 15 November 2021

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• 15 August 2022


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