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Name: Website Editor
Date registered: Jun 29, 2015

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  1. Baa Baa Black Sheep — Jun 24, 2019
  2. Oxfordshire’s Roads to be Resurfaced — Jun 21, 2019
  3. Sumer is incumen in — Jun 14, 2019
  4. Methodist Chapel buildings – have your say. — Jun 14, 2019
  5. Latest Sporting News from Chadlington School — Jun 9, 2019

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Chadlington children can join All Stars Cricket

This summer Chadlington Cricket Club are running a programme called All Stars Cricket. It is part of a national programme organised by the England and Wales Cricket Board. Girls and boys between aged between 5 and 8 can attend an eight week programme when their activities will earn them ‘stars’ as they learn the skills …

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Beers and Bands confirmed for the Beer Festival

The organisers are pleased to announce more details about the 2019 Chadlington Beer Festival on Saturday, 1st June at the Memorial Hall.  The beers available will include brews from Chadlington Brewery, Turpin Brewery, Little Ox, Hook Norton Brewery, Oxbrew and White Horse Brewery, TAP Social and Tring Brewery.  An up to date list can be …

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Chipping Norton Museum opens

The Local History Museum in Chipping Norton is now open for the summer until the end of October. It is open between 2 and 4 p.m. every day Monday to Saturday. The Museum is situated opposite the Town Hall, next to the Westgate arcade. They have many interesting exhibits and hold records which are open …

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Chipping Norton Lido opening

Chipping Norton’s heated outdoor pool is now open and the timetable is available here. Visit the pool for swimming lessons, late night swims, classes to include Synchro and Aquafit.

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Chadlington to host EU leaders

The Editor has received a message that Jean-Claude Junker and Michel Barnier are planning a relaxing cycling holiday in this part of the Cotswolds to recover from many months of hard bargaining with Britain over Brexit. They do not plan to run through any wheat fields while passing through Enstone but hope for a leisurely …

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Another story of being fostered in Chadlington

A website reader has been prompted by seeing a repeat of the ‘Escape to the Country’ programme on Chadlington to send an account of her time in the village with a foster parent and at the village school. She also sent a picture which shows a recognisable scene in Chapel Road. See the full story 

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New season at the Bowls Club

The green at the Bowls Club is being prepared for the new season. There will be an open afternoon on Saturday, 20th April, when everyone is welcome to go along and enjoy what this sociable sport can offer. The Club is also holding a Quiz on the previous Saturday, 13th April, which is also open …

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Stonelee Crows reach the top of the tree

It was the final village Quiz of the season at the Bowls Club last night and ten teams fought over eight challenging rounds to gain the coveted honour of holding the title until next season. This time the Stonelee Crows were victorious, finishing a full three points ahead of the Chad Valley Muppets (who also …

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A future for the Methodist Church?

Although  the Methodist Church in Chadlington has closed its door to worship, the superintendent minister is very keen that the Chapel should continue to be used for wider community purposes.  A number of community groups and individuals in Chadlington have expressed interest in the possibility of developing the Chapel as a community hub. A meeting …

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Care for a cuppa?

This month, fundraisers are inviting you to hold a Care for a Cuppa event to help raise funds for Katharine House Hospice. Why not get your friends, family or colleagues together at home or in the community and invite them to enjoy an afternoon of tea and cake? Brush up on your baking skills and …

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