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Time to count our rare Grape Hyacinth

The Wychwood Flora Group (part of the Wychwood Project) will be conducting a rare wild plant survey in Chadlington this week, on Wednesday, 25th April on The Stocks. Everyone is invited to come along and to join in with the counting of plants, if they wish to. The event is partly dependent on the weather …

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Mobile Post Office service

Regular users will have been concerned that the mobile post office that serves the village was not available for a couple of weeks due to ‘software issues’. It was reported by one local resident on the Chadlington Community Facebook page that the problem was a national one but the Post Office Customer Care department were …

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Vote for Chadlington Kitchen Garden

Our local, sustainable food growers, Chadlington Kitchen Garden, have been entered into the Cotswold Life Food Awards in a number of categories, as:

  • Newcomer of the Year
  • Best Local Supplier / Producer
  • 2018 Cotswold Food & Drink Hero

You can vote for them by following this link Emma Harris-Bass, …

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Your village needs YOU!

Volunteers wanted We are putting together a list of local Volunteers to get together and do various tasks in the village; weed clearing, litter picking, hedge trimming, dirt clearing, that sort of thing. The idea is to send a call out by text message or WhatsApp. Maybe once a month or as often as people …

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Cotswold Friends

If you’d like to get out more and meet some new people, Cotswold Friends have a range of social activities and events open to all across the Cotswolds area. There are lunch clubs, ‘men in sheds’ clubs and ‘knit and natter’ groups, amongst other opportunities to socialise more. Contact Wendy on 01608 651745 or visit …

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Hourly train service due this year

The introduction of new inter-city trains will provide an hourly service on the Cotswold Line between the new Worcestershire Parkway station and London from December 2018, according to plans by Great Western Railways. The new trains will have greater capacity and additional weekday peak trains will be available towards Oxford, Reading and London from Charlbury. …

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Charlbury Meals on Wheels available in Chadington

Would you, or someone you know, like a freshly cooked hot meal delivered every Tuesday? Volunteers have been preparing and delivering meals to Charlbury, Chadlington and Stonesfield for over 50 years. They are happy to take on new recipients and the team would look forward to seeing you every Tuesday with your meal and a …

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Drop-in for independent advice

Citizens Advice offers sessions two days a week in Chipping Norton for free impartial, advice, information and support with benefits, dealing with debt, housing  or employment issues and any other problems they can help with. On Mondays, between 9.30 and 12.30  advisers are available at the Baptist Church, New Street, OX7 5LL. On Wednesdays two …

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Cricketers Wanted

Chadlington’s cricket teams are in need of players from age 14, to join their regular practice sessions and League cricket teams. Please contact Mark, Paul or Freddie to find out more via the sports club e-mail as soon as possible.

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State of Nature in Oxfordshire 2017

Wild Oxfordshire – a countywide local conservation charity, have produced this report together with a number of other groups, to record the current condition of Oxfordshire’s natural habitats and species. The work was funded by Oxfordshire County Council, Natural England and Banbury Ornithological Society. Although the detailed evidence that has been collected does show some …

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