Coronavirus emergency

As with communities across the country and indeed around the world, ordinary life seems to be coming to a sharp halt and many events, activities and facilities are being cancelled or closed. We cannot be sure of keeping you up to date with all the issues that may affect people in Chadlington at this time. …

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Chadlington Parish Council Meeting Agenda Monday 09 March 2020

    Notice is hereby given that the next Meeting of Chadlington Parish Council will be held at the Memorial Hall, Chadlington on Monday 09 March 2020 at 7.30pm. Members of the public & press are welcome to attend. Members of the public may make representations to the Council under Item 15, in accordance with …

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Chadlington Parish Council Minutes of Meeting held on 13 January 2020

Minutes of the Chadlington Parish Council Meeting held at the Sports & Social Club, Chadlington on Monday 13 January 2020 (Start 7.35pm, Finish 9.15pm). Present: Cllrs Tony Allan, Vice Chairman, Nicky Lloyd, Hilary Moore, Andrew Carpenter, Sam Peet and Gill Hill (Clerk). District Cllr Neil Owen and County Cllr Liz Leffman plus one member of …

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Spring Water in Chadlington

Many people in Chadlington prefer to collect their drinking water from the various springs around the village.  Apparently those who prefer this water source suffer no ill effects. But a mention of Chadlington Water in a book published in 1763*, suggests that in the 18th century stomachs must not have been as strong as they …

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Chadlington Defibrillator temporarily inside Abbeyfield Home

Emma Steele has let the Editor know that the village Automated External Defibrillator (known as an AED) – usually located in Abbeyfield porch on Chipping Norton Road, opposite Chadlington Quality Foods and Slatters Butchers – has had to be moved inside the Abbeyfield home due to a recent fault. It is working but you will …

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Good Neighbours needs volunteers

Our local Good Neighbours scheme operates in Chadlington, Spelsbury, Taston and Dean. New volunteers under 70 are needed, especially for people in our villages who may be stuck at home due to Coronavirus, at a time when people in the community really need to support each other. In ordinary times, Good Neighbours has offered help …

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Please support plastics ‘swap shop’

With some drier Autumn weather you could get outside and find those plastic flower pots you no longer need. And next time you are passing you could put them in the metal mesh containers inside the wall of the Memorial Hall, next to the car park. These have been installed to reduce our village’s use …

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Remember to put your clocks forward

British Summer Time begins at 2 a.m. on Sunday, 29th March this year. So remember to put your clocks and watches forward one hour before you go to bed on Saturday evening or at 1 a.m. on Sunday morning. Most electronic devices automatically move their time settings forward. At last we will have lighter evenings …

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Chadlington Book Exchange

The Chadlington Book Exchange, situated in the bus shelter opposite Cafe de la Post, has new books being placed on the shelves and then being taken regularly basis. There is always something new to see and the range of authors and types of books is very wide.  So next time you’re passing, why not ‘pop …

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Please don’t obstruct our pavements

One of the joys of living in a place like Chadlington is that people are often walking about the village; to the shops, with their dogs or just to enjoy the view. Unfortunately in some places the pathways are obstructed and moving out onto the road can be dangerous or even impossible, especially for wheelchair/mobility …

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