It only seems like yesterday
that I was sitting at the dining room table writing my
report for the Summer edition of our Newsletter and here
I am again writing my Autumn report. I hope that those
of you who have been away have had a lovely time and
those still planning time away equally have a great
A lot of things have been happening in
and around the village in the past three months. Our
new Handyman, Gary Jarvis, has been busy around the
village, especially around the recreation ground making
it look good for the Village Bash.
This year’s event was very well attended with some new
attractions that went down very well. The ‘Companions
of the Crow’ was very well received, the Bampton Archery
Club was kept busy all afternoon and the ‘Box Tower
Challenge’ turned out to be very competitive! I must
thank Bloor Homes for sponsoring the event and for
providing raffle prizes and judging what has now become
our annual scarecrow competition.
Early afternoon, before the Bash began, the Ride of
Respect drove through the village. This is an annual
mass ride by motorcyclists to pay tribute to tri-service
personnel and to the fallen and their families and helps
to raise funds for Military Charities. The noise of the
motorcycles going up Station Lane certainly drew people
onto the street to wave and show their support.
Once school term had ended, Elder Bank Hall closed for
four weeks whilst the main hall, bar area, entrance hall
and the toilets were redecorated. At the same time,
many of you may also have seen a lot of activity in the
Pavilion as Bev Campion had been preparing to open the
Humble Bumble Café on Saturday, 24 August. The ‘seed
was sown’ in her mind from the results of the
Neighbourhood Plan Community Survey and the Parish
Council wish her the very best of luck with her new
venture and hope that she receives the support from
villagers and the wider community to make this a
thriving business. I can already vouch that the
shortbread is particularly good!
Brize Meadow has also seen its first families move in
and I hope you will join me in welcoming them to Brize
Norton and wishing them happiness in their new homes. I
hope they will join us for our annual Bonfire night on
the recreation ground. This year it's to be held on
Thursday, 7 November. Please watch out for Posters
around the village, our noticeboards and Facebook page
for more details.
There is also to be a second quiz night being held at
the Chequers on Friday, 11 October to help raise funds
for next year’s Village Bash – more details are to
follow later in the Newsletter.
The Parish Council has been working with Bloor Homes and
OCC regarding ‘build-outs’ in three locations, so in the
coming months we will see these being installed.
Hopefully, these measures will go some way to help try
and cut down on the movement of vehicles through our
village. The residents of Rocky Banks in Burford Road
have also been successful in working with OCC and the
Parish Council to have traffic calming measures put in
place to slow traffic down entering the village from the
A40 and leaving the village from Monahan Way. We will
also continue with our Speed Watch campaign hopefully we
can reduce speeding and make drivers more aware.
By the time this Newsletter comes out, the August Bank
Holiday will have been and gone and our Horticultural
Show will have taken place on Sunday, 25 August. The posters that went up around the village
showed that the committee had put a lot of hard work
into making it a good event with the addition of a seed
and plant swap.
We also have
a new Councillor. Chris Woodward has recently joined
the Parish Council and brings with him a wealth of
experience having previously been Witney’s Town Mayor.
Since completely renovating the Old Chapel and moving
in, Chris and his family have also renovated the cottage
behind and found the time this year to open their garden
in June to support the NGS Open Garden Event. A busy
man indeed and about to become busier! Welcome to the
As I said at
the beginning of this report, it’s been a busy quarter.
I hope the village will continue to thrive, the families
in Brize Meadow will feel they are part of our village
community and come along to our village events and join
the various clubs and activities.
We are pleased to introduce you to your councillors, with their
Wendy Way — Chair
Glazier—Vice-chair & Village Maintenance
– Liaison with Brize Meadow
Les Goble –
Pip Squire - Planning
Woodward — Building Maintenance
Cllr Alex Postan WODC (District Councillor)
Cllr Nicolas Field-Johnson OCC (County Councillor)
Please contact the clerk.
Our Neighbourhood Plan is
progressing well. We have now submitted to WODC, proposals for
our ‘Objectives and Indicative Policies’ along with 16 different
evidential documents (which include the Community Survey Results
and Village and Landscape Characteristics) for their initial
We hope, subject to a positive response from WODC, that we will
be able to invite you to our next Community Engagement Event in
the near future where we can present to you our proposed
policies and the supporting evidence behind them.
In the last Newsletter, I mentioned the various projects that
have taken place as a result of the Community Survey we carried
out in 2017. These included Flashing Amber Lights each side of
the school, Community Speed Watch Scheme, Connectivity between
our village and the Brize Meadow development and the designation
of Ting Tang Lane as a Public Right of Way.
Another project the Community said they would like to see in our
village is a café. I am therefore really pleased to say that the
Humble Bumble Café, will be opening on 24
August in the Sports & Social Club and it will be owned and
managed by our own ’Queen Bee’, Bev Campion. I hope you will
join with me in wishing her every success and support for this
new venture. I look forward to meeting you over a cup of
(Chairman, Brize Norton Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group)
Village collected almost £1,000 last year and it would be lovely
to break the thousand pounds mark this year. All of the money
goes to supporting those in need within the Armed Forces
community, service and ex-service personal and their families.
For more detailed information please go online and visit Poppy
Appeal/Royal British legion and you will find lots of stories
from those that have been helped.
To do this
we rely on people to give up a little of their free time to go
door to door collecting, the more people who help then the
shorter the rounds are. I would love a few more people to help
so if you could spare half an hour, we collect anytime between
until 9th November,
then call me 01993 842013. I have organised this on my own for
the last 22 years and help would be much appreciated, you can
phone me for a chat about what this entails before making any
I would also like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who
already helps, the local businesses who have collecting boxes
as well as all of the door to door collectors, you did a great
job last year and I hope to see you all again this year,
hopefully with a few new helpers
Thankyou once again, Barbie. Thorne
PUBLIC RIGHT OF WAY 143/3
A big Thank You to Bloor Homes and OCC for allowing the
stile to be removed from the Burford Road footpath
entrance into the Brize Meadow development. This came
about from a request by Mrs Bellinger who wanted to walk
along the footpath between the north east corner of the
development and Carterton Road but was unable to do so
because of the existing stile. As you can see from the
photo, she is now able to use the footpath.
TING TANG LANE
Progress is still continuing with designating this as a Public
Right of Way. We originally thought that it would become a
‘Bridleway’ (there are existing signs on the A40 indicating
this) but OCC are now consulting on making it a ‘Byway Open to
All Traffic’ (Known as a BOAT) due to the fact that in its long
history, it was a ‘road’ that linked Worsham and Brize Norton
for vehicular traffic. Although today, we consider vehicular
traffic to be ‘motorised vehicles’, in period, this would have
been horses and carts.
For your information, the definition of a Byway is as
A byway in the United Kingdom is a track, often rural,
which is too minor to be called a road. These routes are
often unsurfaced, typically having the appearance of
'green lanes'. Despite this, it is legal to drive any
type of vehicle along certain byways, the same as any
ordinary tarmac road. In England & Wales, a Byway Open
to All Traffic (BOAT) is a highway over which the public
have a right of way for vehicular and all other kinds of
traffic but which is used by the public mainly for the
purposes for which footpaths and bridleways are used .
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.
If you find any problems with the footpaths, stiles or signs
then please let me know via the Parish Clerk (firstname.lastname@example.org),
preferably with a picture of the issue, and I will speak to the
landowner. I look forward to meeting you should our ‘paths
cross’. Happy walking!
Les Goble (Footpath Warden)
By the time you are reading this the cricket season would have
finished and the football season will be in full swing. The
cricket has been very successful, and at the time of writing,
there is a good chance of promotion – fingers crossed. Thanks to
Fred for his perfect cutting of the outfield.
The football club run two teams and are always looking out
for new players, so if you are interested come along to a
Tuesday training or Saturday afternoon game and sign on!
Up until recently the BNS&SC were far more sporting … BUT now
we have become more social! In conjunction with, and tremendous
support from Humble Bumble Café, the social area has been
transformed into a clean and relaxing place; somewhere to enjoy
a fresh coffee or tea and homemade cakes and savouries.
The Humble Bumble Café was opened on 24th August and will be
open for business most days. 08.30 until 16.30. It will open for
the school run – pop in after dropping the children off for a
moment of peace and quiet! Visit the Post Office and take a seat
in café for a cup of tea and a chat!
It is hoped that this community based enterprise will offer
us all a place to seat and relax, a meeting place to enjoy a few
quiet moments during our normally busy day. Do call in and be
surprised at the transformation of the old pavilion and the
delicious refreshments on offer!
Thanks must go to Bev and Ben Campion for their hard work on
this project but even a bigger thank you to them for their
enthusiasm and drive to get the project off the ground. Full
details can be found at the pavilion or on the website
The plans are still in place to find the money (grants etc.)
to complete the renovations of the pavilion – new changing
rooms, toilets etc. and the Club will be again applying for
grants this September.
If you would like to join the committee of the S&SC you will
be warmly greeted. There are big changes being planned and fresh
ideas are most welcome.
Thanks to all for the help and assistance.
||The sun shone brightly on Sunday 7 July for the
annual Village Bash. Ten scarecrows stood tall to be
judged – congratulations to Phil and Jean Butcher and to
Grace Gush. The scene was set for an afternoon of fun,
games, entertainment and village get together.
There is a list of ‘thank yous’ – firstly to those
who entertained us – The Companions of the Crow, the
medieval re-enactment group who fought valiantly in the
beautiful summer sun, to Richard Wargent for the live
saxophone music, to Chris-Anne and her canine assistant
(K9 Playtime Academy), Mr Rowland for the vintage
equipment displays and mini spitfire, and to the
children of the school and the gymnastics club for their
displays. Thank you also to Bampton Archery for
providing the facilities to enable people to have a go
at archery and perhaps inspire a new interest by joining
their club, to Ed Large and the Excel Tennis academy for
fun and games on the tennis courts and the fun provided
by the bouncy castle.
Thank you to Bloor Homes for their judging of the
scarecrow competition, generous sponsorship of prizes
and assistance in funding advertising and facilities,
and to Parkers for advertising the event on their sign
boards through the village. We are also grateful for the
assistance we received from the Witney Lions club for
the use of their marquees and help in erecting them and
Thank you to The Chequers for allowing us to recycle
the large amount of cardboard in the pubs commercial
bins after the box tower challenge. Thanks also to the
Parish Council and Elder Bank Hall committee for the use
of the hall and recreation ground facilities and those
of you who helped man stalls, serve teas, and assisted
in any way setting up and packing away.
>Lastly, but by no means least, to everyone who attended
and supported the event. Across the school PTA,
pre-school, WI, Sports and Social club and Church PCC we
raised just over £3,000. The committee were really
pleased by the turn out from villagers and visitors
alike; what a great way to bring everyone together.
Thank you one and all.
We have already started to look to next year – Sunday 5
July 2020 – we would welcome anyone who would like to
get involved by being on the organising committee or to
hear from you if you have contacts or recommendations
that may be useful to us (drop a line to the parish
||To fund putting on next year’s event please support the
quiz night on Friday 11 October – we look forward to seeing you.
Twenty one children have just left us to move on to
‘Big School’. We have 15 new children starting with us
in September which we are very much looking forward to.
We have very limited spaces for 2, 3 and 4 year olds
available now from September. If you are interested
please email us on
Our preschool operates from the Elderbank Hall, term
time only Monday-Thursday 9am-3pm and Friday 9am-12pm.
Sessions start at £12.50. Funding is available but is
subject to terms and conditions.
Please contact us on 07769617696 for more information or
please see our website
please email us at
During the 2018 Annual Parish Meeting a discussion was
had as to what the new Bloor Homes Development should be
called. Several suggestions were put forward to WODC and
the decision was made to call it Brize Meadow.
The Parish Council then turned its attention as to what
the roads in the Estate might be called considering that
the roads around Shilton Park are named after flowers
and trees. The suggestion was put forward that it would
be lovely to recognise the service men and boys who lost
their lives in WWI and so we contacted Bloor Homes and
WODC and put its thoughts to them. This was received
favourably, and the Parish Council set about contacting
relatives of the families for permission to use their
names. The first five roads on Brize Meadow have now
been named as Archer Place, Bellinger Way, Faulkner
Place, Parker Close and Timms Lane.
The second phase of naming and numbering streets is
underway and the next five names have been submitted for
use. They are Blackwell, Castle, Garratt, Godwin,
Upstone and Wilkins.
The Parish Council publish this newsletter, which should
be distributed around Brize Norton village at the
beginning of March, June, September and December. If you
wish to submit an entry the deadline is the 15th
November , 15th February and 15th April. If you do not
receive a newsletter please contact the clerk.
During May I took an amazing but emotional trip to
Belgium and Northern France with 28 other Year 9
students. I had taken with me the list of names of
soldiers from our Memorial in Brize hoping to be able to
find one of them somewhere in one of the cemeteries.
We took the ferry from Dover to Calais after a long
bus drive and then headed for Ypres where we stayed for
three nights. During our journey we stopped off at the
Essex Farm Cemetery and Dressing Stations that also has
a monument which commemorates the writing of the war
poem ‘In Flanders Fields’. After that we visited a
German cemetery. All of the headstones are black with
five names on each, quite the opposite of the British
cemeteries which are white stone with name, age,
regiment and also shows their religious symbol on each
one. As we walked into the cemetery there is an arch
which was where Hitler stood once he invaded France in
1940. The atmosphere was very cold. We then visited St.
Jan cemetery for the French and Belgian soldiers. The
headstones were all crosses and were all aligned. We
then visited the Canadian memorial in mark of the first
use of gas on the Allies. All of the cemeteries are kept
immaculate. We arrived at Ypres Lodge before visiting
the Menin Gate.
On the Saturday we went to St George’s Memorial
Church which is a little English church in the centre of
Ypres. All the cushions are embroidered with poppies on
them and the stain glass windows also has poppies in
them, as well as plaques on the walls remembering the
different regiments. I found the Oxford and
Buckinghamshire plaque. It is a really beautiful place.
We visited the Pool of Peace, which is a crater made
by the explosion of a shell and is now filled with
water. It is 12 metres deep and 125 metres wide. The
memorial museum at Passchendaele was the next stop and
we had samples of what the gas would have smelled like
which made me think of two of our Brize men who were
gassed, Thomas Powell and Frank Lock.
Sanctuary Wood is a museum where the Allied trenches
are preserved by a farmer. We went in the trenches; they
were muddy and surrounded with shell craters. It must
have been awful conditions and to have been fired at at
the same time. I can’t imagine how the soldiers would
have felt knowing they had to go over the top. In the
evening we went to the Menin Gate for the last post
ceremony. Burford School laid a wreath on which I wrote
a message. It was a very moving experience and I cried
within the first two minutes, making me so grateful to
all those who lost their lives and to the men of Brize
Norton who lived and walked where we do today.
On the Sunday we went to Vimy Ridge where the
Canadians had planted trees for their lost soldiers. The
ground was very bad where it had been shelled so badly.
Then we visited he British Memorial at Arras. Here on a
huge wall of names I found Albert Edward Faulkner
of Brize Norton, age 25. I laid a cross for him and one
for Charles Henry Archer (Mrs Bellinger’s and Mrs
Watts’ Grampy), as I said I wanted to find him. However,
his memorial was too far away to visit.
On our last day we headed home towards Calais,
stopping on the way at the Bunker d’Eperlecques which
was a bunker built by the Nazis for the launch of the V1
and V2 rockets during WWII. It was a really interesting
place. There were some cattle wagons there that Jewish
prisoners were transported on to help build the massive
concrete bunker. We were allowed to get in and could see
how crammed in they all were.
We took the Eurotunnel home and arrived home with opened
eyes to how horrific the 1st World War was, what
conditions the men had to live in and how men left their
families to travel to another country to fight.
I would recommend to everyone to go and visit the
cemeteries and museums.
We would like to thank Martha for her moving
article and effort in finding and honouring the lost
service men from our village.
We would love to hear from other students to
submit a written piece involving their interests or
recent experiences for the next copy of the newsletter
During 2020 heralds the 75th Anniversaries of two
momentous occasions that occurred within living memory.
Millions across the world were affected by the second
World War. The relief of the suffering was noted by
Victory in Europe (8 May 1945) and Victory in Japan (15
August 1945). The end of hostilities was widely
celebrated across the world, none more so than in Great
Britain. The ringing of church bells, bonfires, dancing
in the streets, fancy dress and street parties for the
children and dancing for the adults to the "Big Band"
music of the period.
Next year the early May Spring Bank holiday has been
moved to Friday 8th May – VE Day itself - to celebrate
(and it is suggested we incorporate VJ Day on the same
|I wonder whether there are villagers who
would wish to commemorate the event by
organising a village function or a variety of
functions to celebrate the event?
If you are
interested in organising
events/functions, please contact me on
Keith A Glazier, Councillor
Monday 19:45 Elder Bank Hall, & Wednesday 20:00
Brize Norton School,
Both toning, conditioning and circuits sessions are
for any ability with a no pressure atmosphere, £5 per
Contact Tom Wattleworth on 07892945060 or TW-FITNESS
BRIZE NORTON PARISH COUNCIL
Parish Council meetings are held on the 1st Monday of
each month. Meetings are held in the Brize Norton Sports
and Social Club, opposite the Elder Bank Hall and the
public are welcome to attend.
The next meetings are:
Monday 2nd September 7:30pm
Monday 7th October 7:30pm
Monday 4th November 7:30pm
Monday 2nd December 7:30pm
If you wish to bring an item to the council’s
attention at a meeting, please contact the clerk at
least one week prior to the meeting in order for the
Council to discuss the matter brought before them.
Members of the public are welcome to attend council
Brize Norton Brownies are a friendly group
of girls who meet on Mondays in Elder Bank Hall
from 6:00pm until 7:30pm.
We follow a Guiding
program to learn news skills, team work and
leadership qualities while working towards
badges but this leaves us lots of free time to
fit in all of our favourite games, cooking,
crafts and the Brownies are encouraged to set
the agenda. This means that the girls get to
choose what we do. We also have outings, both as
a unit and also with larger Guiding groups,
including overnight pack holidays. We are
looking for new members, Brownies is for girls
aged seven to ten and a half, if you are
interested please get in touch, either through
the Guiding website or ring me on 01993 842013
or drop in for a visit, we will be starting our
new term with a fun night on Monday 9th
September. If you are not yet seven you are
still welcome to visit and you can put your name
on the waiting list to join when you are seven.Hope to see you soon,
Barbie Thorne 842013 or go on the Guiding
The Brize Norton Women's Institute is hosting a CPR and
Defibrillator Workshop on Tuesday, September 17, 2019 from 7:30
p.m. - 8:30 p.m. in the Elderbank Hall in conjunction with
Christopher Tancock from "Pint of Life" (www.pintoflife.org).
Please note that a defibrillator is located at the Elderbank
Hall, therefore, we encourage residents of Brize Norton to take
advantage of this opportunity, in order to prepare yourselves
with proper procedures, in case you are ever faced with an
The Presentation and Demonstration will last approximately 30
minutes. Each person will be supplied with the appropriate kit
in order to practice CPR skills and use of the defibrillator.
Christopher will provide feedback and answer any questions you
may have.There is a fee of £3, per person, and due to limited space for
30 persons, we encourage those who are interested to register by
contacting Janet Simpson at e-mail - email@example.com or
by calling Carpenters Bed and Breakfast at Tel: 01993-844222 by
September 9th. As several persons have already registered, we
urge you to make contact as soon as possible.
Due to the expense of the equipment used in the training
sessions, a separate donation box for "Pint of Life" will be
available to enable them to continue to teach life-saving skills
to local communities.Refreshments will be served following the Workshop session.
OTHER UPCOMING WI EVENTS
Ladies, please feel free to join us on the second Tuesday of the
month at 7:30 p.m. in the Elderbank Hall, as the Brize Norton
Women's Institute meet in fellowship and to be of service to the
September 10 - "The Hidden History of Nursery Rhymes" - by Moira
October 8 - "WODC Recycling" - by Sian Edwards
November 12 - "Fabric Baubles [Xmas]" - by Karen Holland,
Lechlade Craft Barn
December 10 - Christmas Lunch
For additional information regarding the Brize Norton WI please
Shelagh Chatterton, President
On Monday 5 August the service of Institution, Induction and
Installation of the Reverend Drew Tweedy as Team Rector of the
Benefice and his wife Billie as licenced lay reader was held. We
welcome them both to the Benefice and look forward to working
with them. We invite you to St Britius to meet with Drew and
Billie at his first service of Sunday worship on Sunday 8
September at 9.15am.
The annual Oxford Historic Churches Trust ‘Ride and Stride’
event is Saturday 14 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 – 01993
We welcome you to celebrate the festival of Harvest on
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. We will also be welcoming the school to
celebrate harvest at their service.
Sunday 3 November is an All Age Family Worship service at 9.15am
to celebrate our patronal service and "Back to Church" Sunday.
We invite recently married couples and families whose children
have been baptised at St Britius to join us, and everyone else
who would like to come. There are activities for the children
and refreshments served afterwards.
On Sunday 10 November is our service of Remembrance at 10.00am
lead by Rev Ian Howard with the wreath laying at the War
Memorial at 11.00am and refreshments in the Church afterwards.
On Wednesday lunchtimes please join us for fellowship and a chat
over lunch, 12.30pm-1.30pm. There is soup, cheese, doughnuts and
a warm welcome. Contact Ben Campion 358690 for more information.
Rev Drew also invites you to join him in morning or evening
prayers. The prayer meetings will be about 10 minutes using a
short service book. At St Britius morning prayers will be on
Mondays and Wednesdays at 8.30am and evening prayers on Tuesdays
and Thursdays at 5.00pm.
For details of the church services refer to the notices on the
church door or log onto the website
We meet on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month with an outing
or a meeting. We are a village group of 27 members. Meetings are
at 4 Squires Close at 2pm. We enjoy sandwiches, tea and
home-made cakes, thanks to June, Connie and Benita.
We have recently enjoyed two cream teas and a meal out at
Lyneham Golf club. Also we have had a talk by Bob, seated
exercise with Sue and a trip to Thrupp for tea by the canal.
Our future programme is as follows:
Tues 17th September AGM and poems by Doreen
Tues 1st October Meal at The Chequers
Tues 15th October Seated exercise with Sue
Tues 5th November Martin Way talk on the Cotswold Wool Trade and
Tues 19th November Coffee Morning 10.30am at Joy’s, 4 Squire’s
Close. Bring and Buy, Raffle, Everyone welcome
Tues 3rd December Flower arranging by Anne
Tues 17th December Christmas meal at The Trout, Lechlade
For more information, ring Joy on 842373 or look on the village
We meet every Thursday evening in the Elder Bank Hall from
7.30pm-9.30pm. We dance ballroom, Latin and sequence dances to
CDs. We have tea and biscuits in the interval. We start again
after our summer break on Thursday 29th August. For more
information please ring Joy on 842373
COFFEE MORNING – TUESDAY 19th NOVEMBER
OVER 60’S CLUB
Everyone welcome - 10.30am 4 Squire’s Close
Bring and buy and raffle
We are a small village charity which provides a small monetary
gift to Widows & Pensioners at Christmas time If you are a Brize
Norton resident Widow/Pensioner & would like to be added to our
list please let me know by mid-December.
Fred Bellenger 841189 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Monday 2nd September 7:30pm
Parish Council Meeting
Sunday 8th September 9:15am St. Britius
Service with Rev. Tweedy
Monday 9th 6:00pm Brownies starts
Tuesday 10th September 7:30pm (WI)
Hidden Stories of Nursery Rhymes
Saturday 14 September Historic Churches Trust ‘Ride
Tuesday 17th September 7:30pm CPR & Defibrillator
Tuesday 17th September 2pm (Over 60’s)
AGM & poems
Tuesday 1st October 2pm (Over 60’s) Meal at the
Sunday 6th October 9:15am Harvest Festival at St.
Monday 7th October 7:30pm Parish Council Meeting
Tuesday 8th October 7:30pm (WI) WODC Recycling
Friday 11th October 7:00pm Pub Quiz at the Chequers
Tuesday 15th October 2pm (Over 60’s) Seated exercise
Saturday 26th October poppy collection starts
Monday 4th November 7:30pm Parish Council Meeting
Tuesday 5th November 2pm (Over 60’s)
Talk on Cotswold Sheep Trade
Thursday 7th November Bonfire Night event on the Rec
Sunday 10th November 10am Remembrance Service and
Tuesday 12th November 7:30pm (WI) Fabric Baubles
Friday 15th November Newsletter deadline
Tuesday 19th November 10:30am (Over 60’s)
Monday 2nd December 7:30pm Parish Council Meeting
Tuesday 3rd December 2pm (Over 60’s) Flower
Tuesday 10th December 7:30pm (WI) Christmas Lunch
Tuesday 17th December 2pm (Over 60’s) Christmas meal
@ The Trout
Weekly Wednesday Fellowship 12.30pm to 1.30pm
Sunday St. Britius’ Church services start at 9.15am
Wednesday evening Holy Communion service at 7.00pm