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December 2013  

Issue no. 139

Chairman's Report

Welcome to the Christmas edition of the parish newsletter. There is an abundance of information in these few pages which is of interest and is also very important to all Brize Norton residents.
The village and country way of life we have enjoyed and expect appears to be under ever increasing threat from influences from outside bodies.


Oxfordshire County Council is pursuing massive cuts in expenditure and is proposing a cut in funding for school buses. Carterton Community College is actively pursuing the possibility of creating a sixth form to provide education to post 16 year olds.  Bloor Homes at a recent consultation announced the building of a new Primary School in the “so called” Carterton East Development.  Putting these three factors together will create a major and possibly unwelcome change in the education of the children from the village. Will it change the “catchment area”? Will there be room for two primary schools in close proximity? First class education for all children must be looked on as a right; I would urge you all to respond to any consultations concerning the education of our children. Would you want your 11 year old to walk from Brize Norton to Carterton to get to school?

New housing

We as a village appear to have been under siege with the threat of more houses on our doorstep for eternity.  Not content with circa 1700 dwellings in Shilton Park, WODC as the planning authority, seem hell bent on lumping another 700 on our doorstep.  The Save Brize Norton Action Group is fighting a sterling battle alongside the Parish Council in fending off this proposed development. Volunteers are needed to carry on with this battle to conserve and preserve the village and our way of life. Enclosed with this magazine is a questionnaire designed to reflect your views as opposed to the very one sided questionnaire produce by Bloor Homes/Christ Church College. Please complete the questionnaires as a matter of urgency.


Thursday the 22 May 2014 is Election Day. On this day there will be European Elections; does anyone know who our euro MP is? Alongside these will be elections for our local West Oxford District councillors, approximately one third of the seats will be contested including our own ward.

There will also be an election for Brize Norton Parish Councillors – if there are sufficient candidates.  We have seven parish councillors, there will only be an election if there are more than seven candidates. If you are interested in becoming a parish councillor please contact the Parish Clerk.

Make your vote count; remember you get the MP or Councillor you deserve!!!

Season’s greetings

On behalf of all members of the Parish Council I would like to offer thanks to all those who have contributed to this magazine. From the many varied articles and the numerous activities that take place in the village we appear to have a happy and sustainable village. The Parish Council wish you all a Happy Christmas and a peaceful and prosperous New Year



The Parish Council have established a website to record the activities and reports of the Parish Council (minutes, calendar of meetings, standing orders, contacts etc) together with useful links to related websites. The website is ‘work in progress’ and will be added to over the next few months. We are indebted to the work that has been undertaken by Kyle Snook in setting up the website and his continued ongoing work.


We hope that you have enjoyed reading the village history that was delivered to each residence in the Parish in August. xAs a reminder if you would like a further copy please contact the Clerk or visit the Church. A minimum donation of £3 is asked for.

Wendy Morgan, one of the contributors to the village history has advised of an error that she made and she writes:
‘In the book Brize Norton Through the Ages I made an error that must be rectified. By mistake, I noted that in the Worley section (page 21) I had Edward Worley, father of Tom and Phyllis, as dying in the 1st World War. Please amend that to 1923. As a result of that information I did some more research but still cannot tie up the two families of Worleys. John Worley of Manor Farm I now find was born in Long Combe, Oxon, so not from Lincolnshire, and the other Worley, William, ancestor of Tom Worley I first found farming on Frog Mill Farm, Cookham, Berkshire, before farming in Hurley, Berkshire, and then Black Bourton. That’s the trouble with family history; you keep finding new information and amending old. So my apologies for my mistakes.’

We are reminded in the pamphlet that keeping records, photos and other media today is the only way of ensuring an adequate record of our village history and the Parish Council is still keen to receive any further village history related material you have, in particular photos so that an online archive can be established. Please contact
Dr Holmes at Church Farmhouse (843856) or p.holmes@brizenorton.org.uk , or alternatively contact the clerk. Any material can be returned to you immediately after scanning.


Public consultation on proposed change of age range to include post–16 provision.

Open meetings to be held on Tuesday 14 January and Tuesday 11 February 2014 at 7.00pm in Main Hall, Carterton Community College Main Hall. Consultation opens from 6 January to 17 February 2014. Read and respond online at :https://myconsultations.oxfordshire.gov.uk/consult.ti/CartertonCC


During the past few months we have enjoyed some good services at St Britius.  At the beginning of October we celebrated Harvest Festival.  We continue to give thanks for the ways in which we are blessed in this country, the majority having shelter, food and water. Donations made by the congregation and the school community have been delivered to ‘the Porch’ in Oxford.  Our Patronal Festival at the beginning of November was an opportunity to celebrate the weddings and baptisms that we have conducted at St Britius and to learn something about our Patron Saint St Britius. From the collection taken at our Remembrance Day Service we sent a donation of £183 to the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal.

We now look forward to Advent and our Christmas services. We welcome you to:

- Candlelit Carol Service on Sunday December 22nd at 6.00pm; a service of nine lessons and carols and the children’s Nativity Tableau – we would invite all children attending to come dressed as shepherds, angels, wise men and people of Bethlehem. Please contact Carolyn (844102) for more details. Hot mince pies and refreshments are served after the service.

- Midnight Mass on Christmas Eve at 11.30pm

- Family Service and Holy Communion on Christmas Day at 9.15am

Looking further forward we will be celebrating Christingle on February 2nd 2014 at 9.15am when we will decorate the oranges during the service.

In addition to the 9.15am Holy Communion services each Sunday, on the 1st and 3rd Sundays there is a Light Zone service – an informal worship with activities arranged for the children attending and songs, prayers and refreshments. For further details of the church services refer to the notices on the church door or log onto the website www.brizenorton.org.uk.


The end is in sight for the last few jobs to complete in respect of the grant funding we received to refurbish the roof and drainage and we have been fortunate in obtaining a grant from the Diocese and TOE2 (Trust for Oxfordshire’s Environment) to undertake a study to advise us how best to heat the church and save money on our energy bills. Our ‘Friends’ scheme continues in the New Year and we have also arranged the following fundraising activities:

Carol singing on Tuesday 17th December – all welcome, we will provide words and music if you could join us with your voices! We will meet at the Church at 6.30pm to walk south along Station Road stopping off at Chestnut and Chichester Close and finishing up at The Chequers at approximately 8pm.


Pancake Supper Tuesday 4th March 2014 – 6.30pm in the church – look out for posters advertising the event nearer the time.

We would also remind you that as a condition of the English Heritage and WREN funding we received the Church is to be open for a minimum of 40 days a year at times other than during services. The church will be open each Sunday after the morning services until dusk or 6pm. You are welcome to visit to learn more of the church’s fascinating history or just for quiet reflection. The Church is also open on repatriation days for quiet prayer and the office bell is rung as the cortege passes by.

A message from James - On a global level as we continue to hear of many atrocities to innocent civilians and places of worship in Egypt and the Middle East and of the devastation and suffering in the Philippines we continue to pray for God’s peace and justice.

On a local level we have something to celebrate, which is a wonderful answer to prayer.  Adventure Plus (a Christian outdoor organisation) is very much on their way to buying Windmill Farm Conference Centre, Clanfield.x This will be a fantastic resource for local people and many others.

As I ponder once again at the Advent Season I am amazed and exhilarated by the Incarnation of Jesus Christ. We hope that our services will be a blessing and pray that many will come. xI, together with the members of the PCC wish everyone a very happy and peaceful Christmas.

James Maddern


Details of repatriations are usually received on a Monday.  Notices will be displayed on the village notice boards at the earliest opportunity.  Further details may be found on the Oxfordshire County Council web site.   Please note timings are always subject to change.


We have had a fantastic if hectic start to the new term.  Our new in-take of children has settled well, and we are now looking forward to Christmas.  The children have been looking at nursery rhymes this term, and have made some lovely wall displays illustrating their favourites. 
Thank you to all who supported our shopping evening on Tuesday 26th November in the Elderbank Hall. It was a great event to start (or even finish!) your Christmas shopping.  Our next fundraising event is our annual Christmas Fayre on Thursday 12th December, with the children doing a small performance.  All are welcome to come and take part from 11.15am in the Elderbank Hall, there will be tea and cakes on offer as well.

We now only have spaces in a very few sessions from January, and a waiting list for September, so if your child is coming up to preschool age and you would like a space, we would urge you to fill in a waiting list application form available at www.brizenortonpreschool.co.uk and return to us.  Our admissions policy gives priority to children living in the village, and we accept children from the term following their 2nd birthday.  If you would like to visit us, please give us a call on 07769 617696.

Alex Skym


The Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal in the village of Brize Norton raised £1,026.11 this year. This was again an increase over the previous year and reflects the empathy felt in the village for the military. We are indebted to Mrs Barbie Thorne for her drive and determination for co-ordinating the Poppy Appeal on behalf of the British Legion.


This time of the year is normally peace before the celebrations of Christmas and the New Year take place.  It's much the same with the Sports and Social Club. We are trying to save and raise money for the next lot of improvements, which is taking a bit longer than hoped.

The cricket has long finished but the cricketers enjoyed a fairly good season with a lot of compliments about the ever improving cricket square and outfield. The Aunt Sally team have had a second successful summer season - especially as the weather was a lot kinder than in 2012! The football season is underway with a mixed bag of results so far, although the 1st XI has recently put a good run together and is currently 2nd in the league.

Our annual August bank holiday cricket and fete also enjoyed warm sunshine and a big thank you to all those who helped and supported the event. This event has been going now for almost 40 years without much change, but now is the time for change, with some new, young inspiration to see how we can bring new life to a well loved yet tired village event.

We have already had some volunteers come forward to help organise next years event but please do let me know if you would like to help in any way. Ideas that have been put forward so far are to change the day - maybe to the Sunday; run a small beer festival with music; encourage more village associations/clubs to run stalls.

Please feel free to contribute. That being said, the heart of the day is the enjoyment gained from watching and playing cricket... by the young, the old, the talented and not so talented people of the village. Plus, we cannot forget the Horticultural Show, which has been running even longer than the fete day! Don't forget to let me have you ideas and offers of help if you can.

On behalf of the Sports and Social Club I wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a happy and prosperous 2014. Tim Gush



We stop on December 19th for Christmas and start back again in the New Year. We meet every Thursday evening 7.30 ‘til 9.30 pm in the Elderbank Hall, only £2 per person. We dance ballroom, Latin American and sequence dances to CD’s.  We have tea and biscuits in the interval.

For more information contact Joy on 01993 842373


We have a small charity in the village which pays out a small gift to Pensioners and Widows at Christmas. The money comes from rent from a field which was given to the village. If you haven’t received a gift before and think you now qualify please let me know before 10 December 2013. This is available to Brize Norton residents only.

Fred Bellenger, 1 Daubigny Mead. Telephone 841189


I hope you all enjoyed the lovely summer. Unfortunately it had not quite started on the day that we had arranged our river trip however, we had an enjoyable afternoon visiting the Downton Abbey Costume Exhibition at Bampton and then having a wander round Lechlade Garden Centre before finishing off with a delicious cream tea at the Trout.   In September we had an enjoyable hands-on evening making corn dollies and learning of their origins. October tested our knowledge about the beginnings of earth with experiments and questions that helped our learning along the way.

Our Christmas meal this year will be at The Vines at Black Bourton.

We meet on the second Tuesday of the month in Elderbank Hall at 7.30pm and would be pleased to welcome you.

Sue Calcutt



Witney - We meet at Witney’s Windrush Leisure Centre at 10 am on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. There is no charge.

We do two walks; one is 1-2 miles long, the other 2-3 miles both ending up with a cup of coffee.

For more information ring Joy on 01993 842373.

Carterton - On Monday, Thursday and Saturday we meet at the Town Hall, Carterton at 10am.

The walks are 1–2 miles long.

For more information contact Barbara Goudal on 01993 845923



Whilst the results of the Strategic Housing Market Assessment (SHMA) are now not expected until early 2014 things are moving on apace.
On Friday 8 November Bloor Homes and Christ Church held a consultation presentation in Carterton which was attended by SBNAG members and other Brize
residents. Several of us asked 'why is an exhibition not being held in Brize? What about our less mobile villagers?' The response, in my view, was arrogant to say the least. Several of the plans displayed were out of date and did not include the new RAF Medical Centre, the new Airbus hanger and most importantly the extension of the Aircraft Servicing Platform (ASP).  These errors were pointed out as they are very relevant to the proposed sight of the new homes in terms of noise and light pollution.

Nevertheless, the plans highlighted the sheer enormity of the proposals.  Not only will there be 700 or more houses but it is also intended to build a large school, a hotel, shops, a pub and possibly even a new community centre. So, is this what we want on our doorstep? What are the implications for our wonderful village school?

Those attending the consultation were asked to complete a questionnaire comprising 8 questions, some of which were ambiguous and slanted in favour of the development plus the opportunity to make further comments.  If you didn't attend, the plans can be seen and the questionnaire completed on line by visiting www.cartertoneast.com.  You have until 12 December to make your feelings known - we certainly did on the night! For villagers without access to the internet I have a number of questionnaires for completion which can be returned by post.

It was the view of SBNAG that this was simply a PR exercise enabling Bloor Homes to say they had gone through a 'consultation' process.  However, as they have promised to publish the results of the questionnaire and forward them to WODC it is vitally important that as many as possible express their views so please visit www.cartertoneast.com and have your say! Make it known if you disagree with the questions being asked.
We have also set up our own questionnaire which has been distributed with this newsletter and is also on the BNAG website. Follow the link http://www.brizenorton.org.uk/community/save_our_village/ (it’s located in the top right hand corner of the web page).  The questions are similar but without the bias towards Bloor Homes. Filling it in will only take a few minutes of your time and will be treated in utmost confidentiality.  The results will be analysed and used to support our case against Carterton East Development.  It is most important that as many people as possible contribute to this. If you complete the paper copy enclosed please return to any of the following houses in the village:

Keith Glazier, 105 Station Road
Pip Squire, 64 Station Road
Carolyn Peach, 52a Station Road
Becki Glazier, 20 Chestnut Close
Laurence Taylor 39 Chichester Place
Fred Bellenger, 1 Daubigny Mead
Selwyn Shorrock, Poplars, Carterton Road
James Gillies, 3 Minster Road
Glen Pratley, Chantries, Burford Road (just past the Mason’s Arms)

Noise continues to trouble us all and to be told at the presentation (by people who do not live in our area) that it is NOT a problem is an insult to our intelligence. No wonder there were some heated exchanges - although the policeman present did not have to intervene! The developers are relying upon out of date noise data but fortunately new data will be published shortly. Meantime it is important that you continue to 'phone RAF Brize Norton (telephone 895714) each time you are bothered by aircraft noise and insist that your complaint is logged.  Alternatively email your complaint stating name, address, time, date and duration of the noise disturbance to either or both


Finally, on a lighter note, you might be interested to learn that a large 'SAY NO TO 700+ HOUSES HERE' sign appeared next to David Cameron's constituency home in the village of Dean. We must state categorically that no member of SBNAG or Brize resident was guilty of this heinous crime!

We still need more members to our Action Group so if you share our concerns come along to one of our meetings at the Chequers. For more information 'please email me on wwwbeckingham@talktalk.net or 'phone me on 843608.

From Keith Beckingham on behalf of the Save Brize Norton Action Group


We are a small club for village residents. We meet on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of the month with either a meeting at 4 Squires Close (at 2pm) or we go on an outing. We have a nice tea to follow our speaker meetings. We must thank Connie, June and Benita for the sandwiches, home-made cakes and a cup of tea that they serve. Our future programme is as follows:

3 December Rev Bill Blakey – speaker. Talk entitled ‘The Holy Land’
17 December Christmas meal at ‘The Trout’, Lechlade
21 January Cliff to play
23-26 January Visit to Witney panto – ‘Puss in Boots’
4 February Meal at ‘The Chequers’
18 February Speaker Graham Kew
4 March Coach to Worcester
18 March Coffee morning
1 April Joy’s Birthday Party
15 April Cream Tea

We would like to wish everyone a very Happy Christmas.

If you are interested in joining us please contact Joy on 01993 842373

Tuesday 18 March
10.30am at Joy’s, 4 Squires Close
Bring and buy and raffle


All the allotments are taken and are generally well looked after.

The "Best Kept Allotment" award was presented in October and went to Bob Howell,
9A, B and C whose plots are always well worked. Runner up was Wendy Way and
Les Goble, 3C and D, who have only relatively recently taken on these plots. The judges thought the most improved plot was 13X rented to Sarah Birch and
Chris Cummins.

After last years abysmal weather we were at last blessed with a lovely sunny season albeit after a prolonged cold start which put most things back at least a month.

Of course with the hot weather came the need to water which pushed the water consumption and bill up! If you have a shed or greenhouse its worth collecting the water from the roof of it, giving savings of the water cost and also it decreases the distance for you to carry the water. An inch of rain on an 8 feet x 6 feet shed yields 25 gallons of water - if you can catch it all!

More allotment holders entered the Horticultural show this year with many winning awards. Thanks to Judy & Beverly for organising the Horticultural show once again.

Fred Bellenger


It has been a busy first term at school. This year we have welcomed fifteen new children into the Reception class and already they are settled and enjoying all the wonderful opportunities that school offers. As well as welcoming new children, we have welcomed Mrs Addinell to the teaching team and Miss Waymark to the teaching support team.

This term we have been looking at the meaning of Harvest in school. We held a lovely Harvest Festival in the Church, attended by many people. Once again this year, the children and community gave donations of food for The Porch, in Oxford.

In addition, the children have been learning about Remembrance. As a school we visited the memorial and held a short Remembrance service on 11th November, where the children read out work they had been doing and observed the two minute silence.

The School Association continues to ensure that exciting events are planned for children, families and the community, raising money for the school at the same time. Future events include:

- Christmas Bazaar on Sunday 1st December 1pm to 3pm
- Music Night on Saturday 8th February 7.30pm to 11.30pm, tickets £10 with music from MASLU.

For more information or to book tickets, phone Jo Rushton on 01993 844726.



Supporting Easyfundraising.org.uk – shop at over 2000 well known retailers and every time you shop you can earn a donation for our school at no additional cost to you. To register, visit www.easyfundraising.org.uk/pta and search for our school. Registration is quick and simple and is absolutely free.

This will be the last piece I write for the village newsletter as head teacher of the school. I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone within the village community for the support that is given to the school.

As always you can keep up to date with all the exciting things we have been doing by visiting our school website at http://www.bnschool.org.

Mark Smith
Head teacher


Booking is essential for West Oxfordshire District Council’s free dog micro chipping service at: 

* WFS Country Shop, Burford Road, Witney:
21, 23, 28 & 30 January 2014

* Countrywide, Banbury Road, Chipping Norton
7 & 14 February 2014

Request an appointment online at www.westoxon.gov.uk/dogs or call 01993 861020. Normal cost £16.98.


A new bus service (V25) is to be operated commercially by Villager Community Minibus from Wednesday 20 November. 

The new service will enable direct access to Witney for the villages of Kingham and Churchill, and will give Shilton, Fulbrook, Bradwell Grove and Burford a link to Carterton on Wednesday in addition to the current Thursday only 113 service. 

Shilton will also benefit from a direct bus service to Witney. If you have any questions regarding the service please contact the Bus services team OCC 01865 815587 or for more information visit www.oxfordshire.gov.uk


Wednesdays only



Wednesdays only


Oddington, Village Hall



Witney, Sainsburys


Oddington, Horse and Groom



Witney, Waitrose





Witney, Buttercross





Brize Norton. roundabout


Churchill Bus Shelter



Broadshires Health Centre


Shipton, Shaven Crown



Carterton, Crossroads


Fulbrook, Memorial


















Fulbrook, Memorial


Carterton, Crossroads



Shipton, Shaven Crown


Broadshires Health Centre



Churchill Bus Shelter


Brize Norton. roundabout





Witney, Buttercross





Witney, Waitrose



Oddington, Horse and Groom


Witney, Sainsburys



Oddington, Village Hall




Following a reported recent incident of dog worrying livestock please could we remind all dog owners to act responsibly and keep dogs under effective control. This means that you either keep your dog on a lead, or keep it in sight at all times, be aware of what it’s doing and be confident it will return to you promptly on command and ensure it does not stray off the path or area where you have a right of access.

Please use your countryside responsibly.


Do you have a regularly charged and switched on mobile phone? Neighbourhood return are looking for volunteers in our area to help find people with memory problems, such as dementia, if they get lost. It isn’t a big ask. You may never get called. If you aren’t free to search if we do call, just text back ‘no’. If you are available, you could save someone’s life. Join as a search volunteer or register a person with dementia at www.ourturn.org.uk or by phoning 0116 229 3118



To those in the school community and church congregation who contributed donations towards the Samaritan’s Purse shoebox appeal. We were able to donate 26 boxes from the community to the appeal.


Oxfordshire County Council (OCC) is running a new consultation on proposals to change its Home to School Transport policy following a decision in July to look again at the plans. The proposals if passed in January 2014 would be phased in with effect from September 2015, although the increase in concessionary fares would start in September 2014. The proposals reduce the range of schools to which children would qualify for free transport – OCC propose to provide only the statutory minimum - transport to the nearest available school if it is over the age determined “statutory walking distance”. The proposals will have a MAJOR IMPACT on children in Brize Parish as they live within the three mile statutory walking distance of Carterton Community College, the nearest secondary school. Within this zone there is no entitlement to free transport even to Carterton, notwithstanding that Brize Norton is actually in the catchment area of Burford Secondary school to which there would be no proposed service. For full details of the proposal go to https://myconsultations.oxfordshire.gov.uk/consult.ti/transport2015/consultationHome and have your say. There is also an open meeting on Monday 9 December at 7.00pm at Burford School to learn more. The consultation ends on Friday 20 December.


– please refer to newsletter for further information

1 December School Christmas Bazaar, Primary School, 1pm to 3pm
2 December Monthly parish council meeting 7.30pm The Pavilion
9 December Home to School transportation consultation, Burford School 7pm
10 December Notification of qualification for Widows fuel allotment funds
12 December Pre-school Christmas fayre, Elderbank Hall, 11.15am
17 December Carol singing, meet at church at 6.30pm
20 December Consultation ends on home to school bus transportation
22 December Candlelit Carol service and nativity tableaux 6pm St Britius
25 December Happy Christmas to you all from the Parish Council
6 January Monthly parish council meeting 7.30pm The Pavilion
14 January Carterton Comp Open meeting re consultation 7pm, CCC
3 February Monthly parish council meeting 7.30pm The Pavilion
8 February School PTA Music night, 7.30pm to 11.30pm, Elderbank Hall
11 February Carterton Comp Open meeting re consultation 7pm, CCC
4 March Pancake Supper, St Britius Church, 6.30pm
18 March Coffee morning, 10.30pm at 4 Squire’s Close
22 May Local Council elections/European elections


The Thames Valley Police Non Emergency number is 101 but always call 999 in an Emergency.
The neighbourhood team e-mail is cartertonbamptonburford@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk

All entries for inclusion in the March 2014 issue should be received by the clerk by
15 February 2014.





Chairman: Keith Glazier (843640) Vice-Chairman: Fred Bellenger (841189)

Councillors: Stuart Guest, James Gillies, Laurence Taylor, Pip Squire

Clerk to the Council: Carolyn Peach, 52a Station Road, Brize Norton (844102)

Parish Representatives:- 

Oxford County Council: Neil Owen, 'Robinswood". Frog Lane, Milton-u-Wychwood, OX7 6JZ. 

WODC: Verena Hunt, 2 Rocky Banks, Brize Norton (841853) 

Meetings held in the Pavilion, first Monday every month at 7.30 pm, all welcome to attend.


Organisation ContactTelephone No.
The ChurchRev James Maddern844175
The SchoolMark Smith (Head)842488
School GovernorsShane Rae842488
Football ClubSimon Cook841096/07825 002298
Ladies FCJenny McDowell07894 495500
BN S&SC/Cricket ClubTim Gush846730
Elderbank HallDiane Davies843430
Horticultural ShowJudy Gush846730
Women's Institute Shelagh Chatterton843136
Over 60'sJoy Douglas842373
Open GardensJudy Gush 843730
Post 0ffice Sports PavilionTues & Thurs 9:30-12:30 pm
Police (Carterton) Mon-Fri 9.30-12.30 & 13.00-15.30 101



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 Alex Skym07769617696
Mon, Tues & Wed12.00 - 3 pm**
BrowniesMondays 6 pm - 7.30 pmBarbara Thorne 842013
BadmintonMondays 8.00 - 10.30 pmMrs Morris

Mrs Claridge



West Oxfordshire Woodturning Assoc 1st Tuesday in the month8.00-10.00pm David Spittles776036
Women's Institute2nd Tuesday in the month 7.30 - 10 pm Shelagh Chatterton843136
RainbowsWednesday 3.30 - 4.30pmBarbara Thorne 842013


Wednesday8 - 9 pm Steph Hill07970831061
Dancing ClubThursdays 7.30 pm - 9.30 pmJoy Douglas 842373
KarateFridays 6 pm - 7.00 pmTracy Haley 700464
Judo ClubSaturdays 9.30 - 11.30 amJonathan Gerrans 01865 8843399

** Pre school opening hours

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



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