Chadlington Playground now open

The Parish Council has opened the playground in Chadlington, after nearly four months of closure due to the national Corona virus lockdown. Councillor Hilary Moore organised some volunteers to help prepare the playground for opening and new signs were posted to advise parents and other child carers how to keep themselves and their children safe …

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Directors thank CQF staff, volunteers and customers

The Editor has received the following message from Lucinda Rowles, on behalf of the Directors of Chadlington Quality Foods: “Little did we expect life to change so radically! During these unprecedented times which called for extraordinary measures, we would just like to say an enormous thank you to the CQF staff, as key workers they …

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Agenda for Chadlington Parish Council Meeting Monday 13 July 2020

    Notice is hereby given that the next Meeting of Chadlington Parish Council will be held on Monday 13 July 2020 at 7.30pm at Chadlington Memorial Hall. Members of the public & press are welcome to attend. Members of the public may make representations to the Council under Item 6, in accordance with the …

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Bus timetables restored

Now that people are travelling more for work, shopping etc. our local bus companies are restoring services. For information about the S3 and 7 Stagecoach services to and from Oxford, see their website. And for the more regular Chipping Norton to Witney services see Pulham Coaches X9 information . Everyone …

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Spelsbury Road Closure

In the fourth week of July, the road from Chadlington to Spelsbury will be closed temporarily for repairs and drainage works. The official road closure notice can be seen here. The recommended diversion takes travellers out of the village along the B4026, then the A361, Chipping Norton Road, Chapel Road and …

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Church Building open for prayer

  As  the Corona virus pandemic lockdown eases, our local Parish Rector, Reverend Mark Abery, has let the Editor know that the Church in Chadlington will now be open on Sundays for individual quiet reflection and prayer. You are welcome to go in at any time between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Please note that …

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Bonfires causing public nuisance

Although West Oxfordshire District Council and Oxfordshire County Council have called on residents NOT to light bonfires during the Coronavirus emergency; some people in Chadlington have ignored this instruction and may be causing harm to people in the village with respiratory conditions and those in self-isolation. Garden waste is being collected from the appropriate bins …

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It could be YOU….

In March, Tony Allan stood down as a long-serving member of Chadlington Parish Council, so there is an opportunity for anyone resident in the village to put themselves forward to be co-opted on to the Council. It is not possible to hold elections for Councillors at the moment, due to the Corona virus emergency, so …

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Lane to become official footpath

When walking on footpaths around Chadlington, you may have presumed that the lane from Brook End, along to Boot Cottage is an official Public Footpath. However, despite the route being walked by many people for many years, it was not marked on the ‘definitive map’ for the area as a footpath, linking with the paths …

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Continued support needed for Food Bank

The Food Bank in Chipping Norton has even more call on its resources than usual during the pandemic, when many people are faced with losing their means to provide their families with the basic essentials of life. The Food Bank is especially short of the following items, but also welcomes any donations, :- sugar, cartons …

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