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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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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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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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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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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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Clocks go back on Sunday

Remember to put your clocks back one hour on Saturday night/Sunday morning as British Summer Time ends on 27th October this year. Officially the time change takes place at 2am On the last Sunday of October the clocks ‘fall back‘: they go back by one hour. It may feel like a long time since the blue skies of summer, but …

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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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