Chadlington

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Name: Siobhann
Date registered: May 10, 2014

Latest posts

  1. Apple problem? We can help with that.. — Sep 17, 2017
  2. Yoga in the Village Hall from Monday 18th — Sep 13, 2017
  3. Village Hall Project – the Feasibility Study is under way. — Aug 15, 2017
  4. Village Hall Project – Your Hall, Your Say — May 22, 2017
  5. THIS SUNDAY. Eat cake & help guide the future of the village hall. — Mar 3, 2017

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Calling all local parents, children and teens

Dear parents, students & teenagers in Chadlington. Some of you will be aware that last year we conducted a survey among parish residents to understand more about why people were’t using the hall and what would encourage them to use it more often. The summary and full results can be found here on the …

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Chadlington Playgroup| Quick survey on extending hours

Dear parents of Chadlington, As some of you may be aware, the government is currently looking to increase funding for children aged 3- 5 years from 15 hours per week to up to 30 hours per week. Staff at Chadlington Playgroup would like to understand how it will effect local families and if there are …

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Last chance to have your say: Chadlington Memorial Hall Survey

Thank you to everyone so far who have taken the time to fill in the Chadlington Memorial Hall survey. The purpose of the survey is to find out what people want from their village hall. We can use the information to make improvements and hopefully meet the needs of even more people within the community, …

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Local Lottery 2015. Join Now!

Don’t miss out on the 2015 Local Lottery. After the resounding success of the 2014 Local Lottery, and some great feedback from the community, we’ve decided to go again with aims to make the monthly winnings in 2015 even bigger. Now in its third consecutive year, The Local Lottery starts drawing soon. A reminder of how it …

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Not-so-local Lottery Winners

Congratulations to Sophie Mills (left), all the way from Kenya, and Karina Moreton (right) from Chadlington, but pictured a long way-a-way in Mongolia, the lucky winners of the Beat-the-January-Blues Double Whammy draw, which is the FINAL DRAW FOR THIS ROUND. Both have won £55 each.               Would you like to play …

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Lucky Lottery Winners in the December Double Whammy draw

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Local Lottery Winners

            Congratulations to Lesley Parker, Witney resident and winner of the October lottery draw and grandparent of one of the Chadlington Playgroup attendees. Sadly we didn’t manage to get a photo of Lesley. November’s winner is George Glennie! He and his family moved to Chadlington last year. His wife Nathalie, a …

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July and September Lottery Winners

James Slatter, son of our lovely local butcher Martin, won the July lottery draw. The August draw was skipped and will be rolled over to the pre-Christmas draw where we will have a double whammy. As for September, a hearty congratulations to Stephen Warren who, the day before the draw happened to be pondering when …

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June Lottery Winner

A hearty congratulations to Michael Wigley, this month’s winner of the Local Lottery. Michael has won the princely sum of £56! And special thanks to little Jenny (who held the box), Molly (who picked Michael’s winning number) and Maya (who unravelled it and passed it to a grown up to read out). The next draw …

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