Café de la Post refurbishment closure

Just in case you haven’t seen this notice, Café de la Post will be refurbishing their kitchen between Monday 30th September and Friday 4th October. So they cannot serve teas/coffees or meals during that period. Please note that the shop will be open for sales of newspapers and groceries between 7.30 a.m. and 2 p.m. throughout that …

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Future of the Chadlington Methodist Chapel

The future of the Methodist Chapel building, which is now sadly closed for worship, will be discussed at a Methodist Circuit meeting in October.  Four local residents (Lyndsay Winpenny, Claire Bradshaw, Zoë Townsend and Nina Morgan) would like to see the building ‘saved’ for community use and met together in August to put together a …

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Take your dog to hospitals, care homes, schools, hospices or colleges

Canine Concern (a registered charity) have a scheme that arranges regular visits for people and their dogs to comfort and educate patients and students, which offers mutual benefits to those visited, dog-owners and their dogs. See their website for more information, or call 01323 760258 or email admin@canineconcern.co.uk

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Change to Health Centre ‘urgent care’ appointments

If you are a patient of Chipping Norton Health Centre please note that there will no longer be a ‘walk-in clinic’ for urgent health problems. Instead you will need to make an appointment by calling the ‘Urgent Care Hub’ from 8.30 to 11 a.m. by calling 01608 642742. This new system is designed to avoid …

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A bubbly decorating party

A dedicated band of volunteers worked hard on Saturday to decorate and tidy up the Memorial Hall. Mostly members of the Village Hall Committee, together with a few other helpers, the group gave their time and energy to making sure the Hall is looking clean and bright for all the forthcoming events this Autumn and …

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Free Flour to bake for Macmillan Coffee Morning

The independent millers Mathews Cotswold Flour, based in Shipton under Wychwood, are donating flour to local people who want to bake for Macmillan Cancer Support’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning. The even takes place this year on Friday, 27th September. The flour is available on a ‘first come, first served’ basis from Twelve PR, 12 The …

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Are you sitting comfortably….?

  At last Chadlington residents and visitors have somewhere more comfortable to sit on The Stocks green to admire the view, take tea or enjoy an ice cream! Thanks to the generosity of Alison and Roger Saunders, who have a house at Harvey’s Corner, there are now two new picnic benches in place of the …

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New courses for Autumn

Oxfordshire adult learning are offering two courses which may interest you, starting very soon in Glyme Hall, Chipping Norton: The Portrait Drawing class is being taken by Chadlington resident Susan Neale and Posturecise is being taught by Jill Colchester for anyone who wants to improve their posture through regular exercises. Both courses begin on 24th …

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Charlbury hits the big screen!

Chipping Norton Theatre will be giving a special showing of a new film This Weekend Will Change Your Life – which was shot on location around Charlbury, Chipping Norton, Woodstock and Radford Following the screening you can join members of the cast and the Director for a post film Q&A and find out how a …

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Bull Hill Silt Traps cleared

At the Parish Council meeting in May, a local farmer flagged up that the silt traps on the brook, which are designed to prevent flooding at Brook End, were blocked and urgently needed clearing. So our local district councillor, Neil Owen, the Environment Agency and local volunteer Adrian Tremlett worked together to arrange for contractors …

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