A future for the Methodist Church?

Although  the Methodist Church in Chadlington has closed its door to worship, the superintendent minister is very keen that the Chapel should continue to be used for wider community purposes.  A number of community groups and individuals in Chadlington have expressed interest in the possibility of developing the Chapel as a community hub. A meeting …

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Care for a cuppa?

This month, fundraisers are inviting you to hold a Care for a Cuppa event to help raise funds for Katharine House Hospice. Why not get your friends, family or colleagues together at home or in the community and invite them to enjoy an afternoon of tea and cake? Brush up on your baking skills and …

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Remember to put your clocks forward

British Summer Time begins at 2 a.m. on Sunday, 31st 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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Chipping Norton Parent Pals

Parents and carers of children with mental health problems, ASD anxiety or depression can find support with a new group that meets every month in the town. The group will meet on the last Tuesday every month (next meeting 30th April)  in the upper Town Hall between 7 and 9 p.m. Please feel free to …

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Fond Farewell from Martin and Jackie

Last Friday evening a merry time was had by all who were able to join with the previous owners of Cafe de la Post in a farewell drink and meal. Martin and Jackie have been running the corner shop and cafe for over 12 years. They have transformed it into a bustling focus for the …

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Mindfulness course available

Nikki Jackson, who teaches the Monday yoga class in the village, is now taking bookings for the next eight week Mindfulness for stress course. It will start on Tuesday 30th April 2019 and takes place from 6.00 to 8.15pm in Chipping Norton Health Centre. For more information about the scientific research about how stress affects the immune …

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Maybe lightening can strike the same place twice?

The high winds of the last couple of days probably explain the loss of electricity that most residents experienced during Saturday and Sunday evening. But it was strange that on both nights the lights went out around 8.15 p.m. Scottish and Southern Electric (the electricity supplier to the Chadlington) said that there were 484 homes …

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Chadlington Ladies need new players

Our local ladies football team is looking for new players (adults – over 16) to join this friendly club that is planning to play in the Thames Valley Women’s League on Sunday afternoons. They have an FA qualified coach and currently meet for training on Monday evenings at the Kingham Hill astroturf pitch. Please contact …

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New Chairman for Chadlington Sports Club

The Editor has received the following news from Greg Kemp: At his 10th AGM as chairman of the Sports Club Mark Lambert has decided to step down in his role. During his tenure the club as a whole has gone from strength to strength.   Over the past decade all aspects of the club have …

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Sign up now for garden waste collection

The new collection year for garden waste collection by West Oxfordshire District Council does not begin until 1st April but to be sure you have your license in time why not apply now? The annual cost is £30 per bin for fortnightly collections. To sign up, call 01993 861025 or apply online

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