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Date registered: Jun 29, 2015

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  1. Time to buy Panto tickets — Oct 14, 2019
  2. Chadlington Robin photo in national paper — Oct 14, 2019
  3. Gigaclear Broadband Company Residents’ Meeting — Oct 10, 2019
  4. Malicious intruder at village Church — Oct 7, 2019
  5. A new beginning at Chadlington Playgroup — Oct 5, 2019

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Chadlington Ale arrives!

Never mind Beaujolais Nouveau, if you want to toast winter’s arrival at last Chadlington Brewery has launched its first beer – Chadlington Golden Ale. Everyone who has tasted it agrees it’s a great ale. In Café de la Post diners enjoyed Chadlington Golden Ale with their evening meal on Friday night and at the Tite …

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Village Hall survey results – what happens now?

Memorial Hall survey update. The Memorial Hall Committee and Parish Council would like to extend our thanks to all those who completed the survey that went to households in the village a few months ago. The reason that we conducted the survey was because we have been looking at the usage of the hall and …

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Superfast Broadband comes to Chadlington

Residents may like to know that Chadlington has now been upgraded to Superfast Broadband. So much faster broadband speeds should be available to residents and businesses in the village. You may be able to negotiate a good deal with your existing broadband supplier and a useful contact for further information is: http://www.superfast-openreach.co.uk/buy-it-now/

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Big Lorry Watch

Have you seen big heavy goods vehicles driving on Chadlington’s small roads recently? Parish councillors discussed local residents’ concerns about the large lorries that have been seen driving through the village at their meeting in November. The Parish Clerk has bought this issue to the attention of the County Councillor who represents the village previously …

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Help to promote the sustainable use of firewood

Would you like free firewood, or do you have a woodland that needs managing? The Trust for Oxfordshire’s Environment’s “Logs for Labour” programme aims to promote sustainable use of firewood by running events where volunteers help to manage woodlands in return for logs. We also work with people who have woodlands in need of additional …

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Pilates class resumes soon

Julie Short will be beginning Pilates classes again in the Memorial Hall on Monday, 16th November between 7 and 8 pm. The class provides an opportunity to relieve aches and pains and to gain core strength within a small group. The final class of the term will be on 14th December. For more information, see the …

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Village Defibrillator

Some residents may know that there is a Defibrillator located in the porch of  Abbeyfield sheltered housing in The Old Bakehouse (opposite Chadlington Quality Foods on the Chipping Norton Road) near the centre of the village BUT would you know how to use it or who to contact to get help in the event that …

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Wychwood Project AGM in Chadlington

The Wychwood Project is holding its Annual General Meeting onTuesday 17th November at Chadlington Memorial Hall between 7.30 – 10 pm. It is intended that the business part of the meeting will be brief so that there will be plenty of time for a talk by Andrew Mitchell from Global Canopy Programme, entitled ‘What does Wychwood Forest have in …

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Check out Chadlington Churchyard

Churchyards and burial grounds not only provide a peaceful place to commemorate the dead. Whether it’s animals, insects, plants or local history that grab your interest, churchyards are also wonderful places in which to spend time exploring. They also offer a great introduction to geology that anyone of any age can enjoy. The …

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Wychwood Project – Pocket Nature Reserve

The Wychwood Project is inviting local residents to work with them in creating a ‘pocket nature reserve’ at the north-east corner of The Stocks, to provide a better habitat for wildlife. They will be removing some grass and planting yellow rattle to reduce the vigour of the grass from 10.00 am on 22nd October. You’d be very …

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