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DIARY JULY 2015 1 Photographic Society - Presentation by John Cavana: My travels in Africa seen through the camera: Kili, Kruger and the Cape - 7.30 pm - Cartwright Hotel, Aynho 2 Adderbury & District WI - From Carriers to Commuters - Brian Little - Institute 7.30 pm 3 Eleventh Adderbury Golf Day for Katharine House - Rye Hill Golf Club - 12.30 pm - details 811059 3 PTFA Barn Dance - Stilgoe‟s Farm - 7.30 pm – details 07850 172190 4 Parish Council Surgery - Church House - 11 am - 12 noon 4 Quiz night - Bowls Club - 7.30 pm 4 Katharine House Hospice Midnight Walk - Sponsored event - Midnight start at Banbury Cricket Club, Bodicote. For more information call Fundraising on 816484 5 FOSMA –„Jazz in the Garden‟ of the Old Mill House, Mill Lane, by kind permission of Tim and Karen Bestwick - 2 pm -5 pm - Bring a picnic. Further details 811059 8 Adderbury Evergreens musical afternoon - Methodist Hall - 2.30 - 4.30 pm 9 Adderbury Community Food Market - Indoor Farmers‟ Market and social evening – Institute - 6 - 8 pm 11 FOCAL Book Sale and Coffee Morning - Church House - 10 am - 12 noon 12 Adderbury Three Spires Challenge - half marathon and 10K runs - details www.adderburyrunningclub.co.uk 16 Gardening Club - Visit to (1) Ryton Gardens, Wolston, Coventry and (2) Avondale Nursery Gardens, Baginton - leave Church House 10 am 16 Adderbury Running Club‟s 'Runners Hour' - The Bell - 8.00 pm 18 Adderbury History Association open day - Institute - 10 am - 4 pm 21 Parish Council meeting - Church House - 7.30 pm 22 Adderbury Evergreens mystery trip from 10 am 22 - 24 St Mary‟s Church Summer Holiday Club - details 816557 31 Adderbury Friday Club - The Bell - 12.30 pm - for all homeworkers - details Nick Fennell 811059 AUGUST 2015 1 Parish Council Surgery - Church House - 11 am - 12 noon 1 Quiz night - Bowls Club - 7.30 pm 2 Gardening Club Annual Garden Party - Le Halle Place - 3.30 pm - members and guests only 5 Photographic Society - Speaker and topic to be confirmed - Cartwright Hotel, Aynho - 7.30 pm 10 Latest Date for Diary Entries and copy for September Contact (no August edition) 3 3

DIARY cont. AUGUST 2015 cont. 11 Gardening Club - Visit to Coton Manor Gardens - details 812679 12 Adderbury Evergreens bingo - Methodist Hall - 2.30 - 4.30 pm 13 Adderbury Community Food Market - Indoor Farmers‟ Market and social evening - Institute - 6 - 8 pm 20 Adderbury Running Club‟s 'Runners Hour' - The Bell - 8.00 pm 26 Adderbury Evergreens Outing to Henley-on-Thames - Coach departs from 10 am - Return approx. 2.30 pm. Visitors at £10.00 if seats available 28 Adderbury Friday Club - The Bell - 12.30pm - for all homeworkers - details Nick Fennell 811059 SEPTEMBER 2015 3 Adderbury WI - Reflexology - Polly Smith - Institute - 7.30 pm 3 Photographic Society - Speaker and topic to be confirmed - Cartwright Hotel, Aynho - 7.30 pm 5 Quiz night - Bowls Club - 7.30 pm 5 FOCAL “Posh Frocks in the Garden- Cocktails and Nibbles” - The Old Vicarage - 7 - 10 pm 6 Parish Council Surgery - Church House - 11 am - 12 noon 9 Adderbury Evergreens beetle drive - Methodist Hall - 2.30 - 4.30 pm 10 Adderbury Community Food Market - Indoor Farmers‟ Market and social evening - Institute -6 - 8 pm 11 Bo Peep Farm Cider Festival 10 am until Sunday 13 September, 11:00 pm 12 Annual Garden Party - The Manor House, Mill Lane - 2 - 4 pm 15 Parish Council meeting - Church House - 7.30 pm 17 Adderbury Running Club‟s 'Runners Hour' - The Bell - 8.00 pm 21 Adderbury History Association - The Cadbury Story: a film and talk on George Cadbury by Alan Thornton - Methodist Hall - 7.30 pm 23 Adderbury Evergreens Outing to Toddington - Steam Train to Cheltenham return via Stow-on-the-Wold - Coach departs from 10 am - return approx. 2.30 pm - Visitors at £10.00 if seats available. 25 Adderbury Friday Club - The Bell - 12.30 pm - for all homeworkers - details Nick Fennell 811059 COFFEE AND CHAT is held each week on Tuesday 10.00 am to 12 noon at the Methodist Hall. VILLAGE COFFEE is held every Friday at Church House 10.00 am to 12 noon. You will be very welcome at both these venues. LIP-READING CLASSES are held on Thursdays 10.00 am to 11.30 am at The Church Room, Hempton. Further details from Moira Byast on 01869 338637.

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CONTACT TEAM Editors: editor@adderburycontact.org.uk Mary Chilver, Marie Corney, Carda Traunero Diary Entry and Advert Bookings: Treasurer: Nick Fennell Barry Scarff Archway Cottage, Tanners Lane, 811059, nick.fennell319@btinternet.com Advert copy, artwork & technical queries: Distribution: Karen Reynolds, karen@creativeass.co.uk Derek and Sandra Fearne July-August issue edited by Carda Traunero; September issue to be edited by Marie Corney. Copy can be posted, left at the Library or sent by e-mail to the editors. The editors reserve the right to amend or edit any copy submitted for publication. Opinions expressed in Contact are not necessarily those of the Editorial Team. Submitted images should be 300dpi. Whilst we always try to use images supplied, we cannot guarantee the reproduction standards of low resolution or poor quality images. By sending images to Contact you confirm your right to use these images. Contact holds no liability for images supplied by advertisers or as editorial submission that are in contravention of copyrights or licenses.

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CHURCH SERVICES ST MARY’S CHURCH, ADDERBURY & ST JOHN’S CHURCH, MILTON Revd Stephen Fletcher, Vicar. 810309 Contact for weddings, baptisms or other pastoral needs ST MARY’S Regular Services: 8.00 am Holy Communion (1st, 3rd and 5th Sunday each month) 10.30 am Informal, All-age Service (1st Sunday) Parish Communion (2nd, 3rd and 4th Sunday each month) Morning Prayer (5th Sunday) 6.00 pm Evensong (unless otherwise advertised) 10.00 am Every Wednesday: Holy Communion ST JOHN’S, MILTON Regular Services 9.15 am Holy Communion (2nd, 4th and 5th Sunday each month) METHODIST CHAPEL (10.30 am) Revd Lin Francis. 262602 5 July united service at Bodicote Methodist Church 12 July Rev. C. Eddy, Communion service 19 July united service at Marlborough Road, Banbury 26 July Rev. J. Smith 2 August 9 August 16 August 23 August 30 August

Miss V. Trinder Rev. L. Francis, united service with St Mary‟s service led by members of the congregation united service at Cropredy Methodist Church Mrs. A. Harding-Smith

HOLY TRINITY CATHOLIC CHURCH, HETHE Revd Fr Paul Lester 01869 277630. Sunday Mass: 10.00 am Sung Family Mass 12.00 noon Traditional Latin Mass (second Sunday will be sung)

A further Catholic Mass is said at 9.00 am each Sunday in the Church of St Peter and St Paul, Kings Sutton, by Rev. Father James Evans. ADDERBURY QUAKER MEETING HOUSE - Horn Hill Road OX17 3EW. (Gate labelled „No Dogs Allowed‟) Correspondence Clerk - Judith Mason - 720900 Meeting for worship at 2.30pm on third Sunday in March, June, September, and December. Everyone welcome. The Meeting House is little changed since it was built in 1675 and may be very cold. Hot drinks and refreshments afterwards.



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To commemorate VE Day on Sunday 10 May 2015, the Adderbury and Milton Branch of the Royal British Legion played a part in the morning service in St Marys Church, Adderbury. The service opened with the first hymn “O God, Our Help in Ages Past.” The Communion service was conducted as normal, and the branch contribution was as follows. We selected two hymns which were “O Valiant Hearts” (who to your Glory came …) and “Onward Christian Soldiers.” Our standard bearer, Mr. John Frost, and the escort to the Standard, Mr. A. Chainey and Mr. J. Hermon, presented the Branch Standard. The Branch president, Wing Commander Nigel Randall, did a reading as did Mrs. Randall. There then followed the Act of Remembrance. The names of the fallen were read aloud by our long serving Chairman Mr. Charles Swain, who then recited the Legion Ode which was responded to by the whole congregation. “We will remember them.” The buglers then sounded “The Last Post,” which was followed by the silence, and concluded with “Reveille.” The whole congregation then sang the National Anthem. Our choice of “Onward Christian Soldiers” followed and the last hymn, God of Life and God of Freedom” was sung. The service, which was very moving, was well attended, and most of our members were there. YOUTH RECRUITMENT DRIVE FOR THE ROYAL BRITISH LEGION We are still trying to engage the interest of the numerous youth groups in and around the village (e.g., The Sea Cadet Corps, Army Cadet Force, Air Training Corps, and The Combined Cadet Force) to join The Royal British Legion, Adderbury and Milton Branch. We would be pleased to give short talks to any of the above groups if requested. Our membership is dwindling, and it would be such a shame if it had to close or affiliate for lack of response. Our meetings occur monthly, and we would warmly welcome anyone who would just like to come along and gain an insight into what we do and what we stand for. Adults do not have to be ex-service to join. For information, please contact Jean Moore 01295 810246 or jeaniemoore3@gmail.com. Jean Moore, Secretary, Adderbury and Milton Branch, Royal British Legion 9 9

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1ST ADDERBURY GUIDES This term has involved lots of Outdoor cooking as the Guides work towards the Outdoor Cook badge. This requires the girls to produce a two-course meal with a hot drink over an open fire. They also need to know a bit of First Aid and something about food storage. We‟ve also done a treasure hunt, sweetmaking and setting and following trails in the woods, as well as activities in patrols which they plan themselves – usually involving eating chocolate! As well as our normal meetings, some of the Guides took part in the St Georges Day parade in Banbury, with other Guides, Brownies and Rainbows (and a few Scouts) from the Banbury area. Five Guides represented our unit at the Division Patrol Competition and Sleepover at Horley where they did a range of activities on the theme of Carnivals, before a sleepover “under the stars” which was magical – but freezing cold!! At the end of term we will be preparing for our summer camp, which will be the Quest County camp. This promises to be an amazing experience for the Guides, with some great activities planned, and an opportunity to make friends with other Guides from across the County, and with our international visitors. If you are interested in Adderbury Guides, don‟t fail to let us know! We are always looking for new members, and we‟re open to any girls aged 10 to 14. If you want to find out a bit more about us, contact mary.brodey@btinternet.com 01869 338397. To register your interest, you can go to www.girlguiding.org.uk/interested Mary Brodey (Guide Leader) ADDERBURY COMMUNITY FOOD MARKET nd

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FORTH COMING EVENTS Book Sale and Coffee Morning in the library on Saturday 11 July from 10 am - 12 pm. POSH FROCKS --- New date This will now be held on Saturday 12 September. Peter and Christine Job of The Old Vicarage and Jacob and Harriet Potts of Ivy House, which is next door, have kindly agreed to host the event. Jacob Potts will speak about Ivy House and what they have done since its purchase. Peter Job will talk about The Old Vicarageâ€&#x;s history and his garden. The evening will start at Ivy House where there will just be fizz and a soft drink. After viewing the house and grounds, we will move to The Old Vicarage where there will be a marquee in the garden and also access round the house where we will have the nibbles and a more extensive range of drinks. 30 September FOCAL AGM in the library October will see a visit to the AGA Shop at Fired Earth and a cookery demonstration (final date to be announced). 15 November --- our popular annual quiz night

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ANTI-SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR (ASB) We have seen a slight increase in ASB over the last month. We have had reports of damage in a number of parks in the villages, and we are working closely with local residents and Parish Councils to deal with the ASB and associated criminal damage. I would appeal to any parents who are allowing their children out later at night that they know where they are, who they are with, and what they are doing. We continue to get reports of children under the age of 18 drinking in the local parks, being involved in Anti-Social Behaviour, and committing criminal damage. This will not be tolerated. If you are found to have committed offences of criminal damage, you can expect a visit from the neighbourhood team. If you are found to be buying alcohol for persons under 18 you will be prosecuted. If you are under 18 and found in possession of alcohol in a public place, it will be taken from you, disposed of, and your parents will be informed. If you get caught on three occasions within 12 months you risk being arrested. This may sound like we are taking a hard line but we want to make sure that the children in our villages are safe and not putting themselves at risk. Sgt Becky Fishwick 15 15

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FOSMA 2015 – THE STORY SO FAR Over the past weeks Friends of St Mary‟s Adderbury have enjoyed fascinating talks, a very successful poetry evening and a most enjoyable outing to Waddesdon Manor and in doing so has raised over £1000 which is included in a currently healthy bank balance! Further repairs highlighted in the recent inspection are currently being discussed and these are certainly going to be costly so our fundraising is vital. Many of you will know the history of Friends of St Mary‟s but for those of you who are new to the village or who are not so familiar with us, FOSMA was formed in March 2009 with a remit of raising money for the repairs and upkeep of the fabric of our beautiful church. This we have been successful in doing, while having fun along the way with all the events we organise for members and non members and friends. Needless to say maintenance of St Mary‟s is constant and hugely expensive so while renewal of membership this year has been on plan, we always welcome new members. Becoming a „Friend‟ is easy. Application forms are available in church and also from Trish Fennell on 811059 trish.fennell@btconnect.com. Val Scarff 810386, vscarff@yahoo.co.uk or Membership Secretary, Nick Fennell on 811059 nick.fennell319@btinternet.com. So what’s in the pipeline? Sunday 5 July - Jazz in the Garden at The Old Mill House, Mill Lane, Adderbury 2 - 5 pm. Gates open 1.30 pm. Tickets £10 available from Adderbury Stores, Trish Fennell 811059, Val Scarff 810386, or on the gate. Bring a picnic, something to drink, a chair or rug to sit on, and enjoy an afternoon of music from Dickie White and Friends. Under 16s free. (If wet in church) Under 16s free. There will be a raffle with wonderful prizes! Later in the year there will be another of our fabulous wine tasting evening, and we are also arranging an outing to Upton House to see their current exhibition of the House and its history and the WW2 story. Watch out for confirmation of the dates! We would also love to hear from anyone who may like to join our small committee. It‟s not an onerous task and you will get a real buzz out of finding ways to raise money for such a worthwhile cause – so do get in touch! – 01295 811059 or trish.fennell@btconnect.com. Trish Fennell

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THE NEW ADDERBURY STORES – HAVE YOU PAID A VISIT YET? Thankfully our village shop was rescued from oblivion in April. Who was crazy enough to do that? Why? How are they faring? How can the village help sustain the shop for the future? Contact went to find out ..................... Who is running Adderbury Stores? Dilsher and Prumpreet (Preet for short!) Sandhu and their colleague Riaz (the one with the ponytail!) – and they have quite a story! He left his village home in the Punjab in 2000 to study and find work in the UK. He got into retail with local shops, then a manager at TK Maxx, married his lovely university student wife in 2009, then opened his own shop in Middleton Cheney 18 months ago. They live in Cropredy. Why on earth would you take on a shop which even struggled as Taste Buds? It‟s clear that they have found a winning formula in Middleton Cheney, where the shop is a great success from a standing start. They obviously work incredibly hard, up to London twice a week touring the cash & carries to get the right deals, up at 4.30 every morning to do the baking. Their key to success? - customer service, and giving the customers what they ask for. In Adderbury they see the same opportunity from another standing start, filling the shop with what people need, giving excellent service, going the extra mile to please. How have the first 10 weeks been? They seem to be on plan – it‟s early days, clearly the two villages are quite different, and it will take time to get the product range right. But they have been encouraged by early trading in some areas – less in others. What have they done to encourage trade? Adding to the product range on a daily basis as they learn customers‟ needs – Dilsher and Preet try to fulfill every customer request within a week!

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Apart from a good range of groceries, news and mags, cigarettes, etc, the Apart from a good range of groceries, news and mags, cigarettes, etc, the shop has already added beers wines & spirits, fresh bakery items, excellent fresh shop has already added beers wines & spirits, fresh bakery items, excellent fresh fruit & veg, greetings cards, ice cream, a new frozen food cabinet (for pizzas!), fruit & veg, greetings cards, ice cream, a new frozen food cabinet (for pizzas!), Meat Joint sausages (and they take orders for Meat Joint deliveries) and good Meat Joint sausages (and they take orders for Meat Joint deliveries) and good fresh flowers (also taking orders for special arrangements). They are also looking fresh flowers (also taking orders for special arrangements). They are also looking at a possible village delivery service for older villagers – and big orders! at a possible village delivery service for older villagers – and big orders!

By the time this goes to print they hope to have PayZone for paying your bills By the time this goes to print they hope to have PayZone for paying your bills and a Lottery terminal. They are also willing to provide a box office facility for and a Lottery terminal. They are also willing to provide a box office facility for local events. local events. What’s Dilsher and Preet’s message to the people of Adderbury? What’s Dilsher and Preet’s message to the people of Adderbury? „We‟re delighted with the welcome we have received and the early trade. Please „We‟re delighted with the welcome we have received and the early trade. Please come and see for yourselves what we have to offer. It‟s a lot quicker than trailing come and see for yourselves what we have to offer. It‟s a lot quicker than trailing to Sainsbury‟s – and probably no more expensive!‟ to Sainsbury‟s – and probably no more expensive!‟ Contact’s view? Contact’s view? These guys are working extremely hard to build a viable village store, and These guys are working extremely hard to build a viable village store, and what they have achieved in 10 weeks is astounding! what they have achieved in 10 weeks is astounding! Their friendly welcome must be worthy of the support of the whole of Their friendly welcome must be worthy of the support of the whole of Adderbury now – we all moaned enough when we had no store – or a store which Adderbury now – we all moaned enough when we had no store – or a store which could barely supply our needs. could barely supply our needs. But Taste Buds always commented on the number of customers coming in But Taste Buds always commented on the number of customers coming in daily with their newspaper token (on which the store makes next to no profit) and daily with their newspaper token (on which the store makes next to no profit) and never buying anything else – and now we‟re hearing the same story again! never buying anything else – and now we‟re hearing the same story again! Have you paid a visit yet? (with more than just your news token!) Have you paid a visit yet? (with more than just your news token!) Have a good browse – buy a few things – you never know, we might just be Have a good browse – buy a few things – you never know, we might just be able to keep this one going! able to keep this one going! Perhaps they should call it Singhsbury‟s? Perhaps they should call it Singhsbury‟s? email: dilshersandhu0@gmail.com Tel: 01295 367295 email: dilshersandhu0@gmail.com Tel: 01295 367295 Nick Fennell Nick Fennell 21

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For the Club Night last month, an evening photo-shoot was arranged in the grounds of Blenheim Palace. A group of 18 members met at a rather obscure gate in Woodstock, which gave access to a little known „public right of way‟ across the Blenheim estate. Chairman Richard Broadbent then led the group on a circular tour around part of the gardens, along the lakes and through the wooded areas, giving members the opportunity to photograph the wildlife on the waters, some fleeting appearances of Muntjac deer, and distant views of the Palace itself. Finally, towards the end of the evening, the setting sun highlighted the tree foliage, casting the long shadows that emphasize the appeal of outdoor photography. A somewhat weary group eventually made their way to the local hostelry to exchange experiences, partake of some libation and enjoy a wellearned rest. The next meeting of the Society will be a presentation on 1 July by John Cavana entitled “My travels in Africa through the camera - Kili, Kruger and the Cape.” The Society will also be meeting on 5 August and 2 September, although the speakers for these two meetings have yet to be confirmed. All three meetings begin at 7.30 pm in the Cartwright Hotel, Aynho, and everyone is most welcome to attend. Please note that no workshops are planned for July or August. John Branton, www.addphoto.co.uk. NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH Please consider joining your local Neighbourhood Watch. Neighbourhood Watch is all about people getting together with their neighbours to take action to cut crime. How does Neighbourhood Watch work? Neighbourhood Watch schemes are community initiatives owned and run by their members. They work by developing close liaison between neighbourhood households and the local police. It is an active partnership. Neighbourhood Watch schemes can:  Cut crime and the opportunities for crime.  Help and reassure those who live in the area.  Encourage neighbourliness and closer communities. For more information, please contact your local Watch Administrator Deb Hextall at Banbury Police Station, deborah.hextall@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk. Sgt Becky Fishwick

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ADDERBURY HISTORY ASSOCIATION HISTORY DAY 18 July 18 2015 in the Institute10.00 am - 4.00 pm Programme of events 10.00 am - 11.00 am 11.00 am - 12.00 pm 11.00 am start 12.00 pm - 1.00 pm 2.00 pm - 3.00 pm 2.30 pm start 3.00 pm - 4.00 pm

Resources on display (take a look at some of our archives --- maps, documents, books etc.). Who do you think you are? --- family history hints. Start or add to your family history tree. two walkabouts 1 Adderbury House, Ice House and Lakes 2 Adderbury Industrial Walk Local History --- researching the village and local history. Who do you think you are? --- family history hints. Start or add to your family history tree. Adderbury House, Ice House and Lakes. Local History --- on line and library resources.

Ongoing: come in and chat to members and look at resources etc. or Try the family village trail. Collect a sheet from the Institute. Explore the village history trail with family and friends or simply enjoy an eye opening walk by yourself. Refreshments available --- AHA Bookstall

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SUPERMUM OXFORDSHIRE Iâ€&#x;m a mum of two from Witney and I run a Facebook page and online directory called Supermum Oxfordshire, both of which promote local (mainly mum run) small businesses and events: www.facebook.com/supermumoxfordshire oxfordshire.supermum.org As part of the directory we also have a blog, advertise venues and run a discount card scheme with offers (we donate part of the cost of a card to charity). I have only recently launched the directory and I am keen to promote it as much as I can across the whole of the county to support the local small businesses involved. Michelle Aston, Supermum Oxfordshire

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ADDERBURY HISTORY ASSOCIATION MAY MEETING Our advertised speaker was unable to attend due to his wife‟s illness so Martin Way stepped in at short notice with a talk on the „Home Front‟. In his introduction he said the focus of the evening was twofold. Firstly to outline the role of women in wartime and government attitudes towards them. Secondly to show how talk and activity about invasion and air raids made war real for civilians at home away from the frontline fighting. He explained how undervalued the Women‟s Services, such as the First Aid Nursing Yeomanry (F.A.N.Y) had been during WW1. Many soldier casualties survived to make the journey to field hospitals due to their efforts, although only France and Belgium employed them. However by WW2 their role had changed and their contribution as part of the British Auxiliary Territorial Service was recognised. Only the part played by the Women‟s Land Army workers remained unacknowledged until this century. In WW2 the whole civilian population was called upon to undertake a range of occupations so that that Britain was prepared for any land invasion or air attack. The Local Defence Volunteers (LDV), later renamed the Home Guard, and the Warden Services were the main units but by the end of 1939 almost everyone was wearing a badge or armband to denote their responsibilities. Martin reminded us that throughout both wars everyone did their bit. Participating in the War Effort, recycling, making clothing and equipment, fund raising, being on duty and helping each other along were the order of the day. As usual with Martin facts and figures were accompanied by amusing anecdotes and ephemera and artefacts from his large collection. At the end members were invited to contribute their own personal experiences of wartime and the aftermath. It was a thought provoking talk and particularly relevant while the country as a whole is currently recalling the trauma and sacrifices of WW1. Jean Davis OPEN AUDITIONS “ABSURD PERSON SINGULAR” Banbury Cross Players are delighted to announce open auditions for their 2015/16 season opening production of Alan Ayckbourn‟s “Absurd Person Singular” on Thursday 2 July, 8 pm at The Mill Arts Centre, Banbury. This uproarious, agonisingly funny comedy is to be performed at The Mill Arts Centre, Banbury 14-17 October 2015. Anyone interested is invited to a read through at The Mill Arts Centre on Tuesday 23 June 2015, 8 pm. Further information is available from director, Brenda Williams brenda@hazelgold.co.uk. Robin Williams 26 26

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The Parish Council met on 19 May. There were apologies from Stuart Phipps and District Councillor Nigel Randall. Diane Bratt was appointed as Chairman and David Griffiths as Vice Chairman for 2015/16. CODE OF CONDUCT: All Councillors had now submitted their forms to the Monitoring Officer at CDC. COUNTY AND DISTRICT COUNCILLORS REPORTS: DC Randall had informed the PC that he was continuing to follow up matters relating to the footpath from St Mary‟s Road to Adderbury Fields. CC Arash Faitmian was still awaiting a response from Highways about the maintenance at Duchess Bridge. The Chairman had had a site meeting with Bloor Homes and residents in Aynho Road, and it was agreed to erect a fence behind the properties on the Aynho Road where the new footpath was being created. PLANNING: No observations had been made by the Planning Committee in respect of the following applications: Mr Steven Satchwell – Hill House, Oxford Road Mr and Mrs C Deplace – 5 Green Farm Mr T Evans – South Bank, Horn Hill Road Miss Amanda Cox – The Gables, Berry Hill Road Fleet Farm Barn Development Ltd – Fleet Farm Barns, Aynho Road Mr Jacob Potts – Ivy House, Church Lane Mr Kenneth Tustain – 23 Walton Avenue, Twyford Objections have been raised concerning: Barton Willmore – OS parcel 8300 East of Deene Close, Aynho Road Currently under consideration: Mr P Hujan – Manor End House, Manor Road Mr S Cann – Adderbury House, Lake Walk Colin Astley would draft a response to the Local Plan Part 2. STREET NAMING: The PC would be submitting to CDC some suggested street names for the Gracewell Care Homes Site. FOOTPATHS: CDC would be informed that overhanging trees on the footpath from Rochester Way to Kemps Road needed cutting back and that footpaths in the Horn Hill Road and Berry Hill area needed attention. st GRANTS: Grants of £170 were awarded to the Cine Club, Gardening Club, 1 st Adderbury Rainbows, Adderbury Evergreens, St. Mary‟s Church, ATW, 1 Adderbury Scouts, Adderbury Football Club, the Institute, History Association, Party in the Park and the Photographic Society. PC VACANCIES: So far no applications had been received and the vacancies would be re-advertised. continued on next page

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PARISH COUNCIL continued NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN: Tony Gill gave Councillors an update, and it was agreed that as a result of the recent public consultation, the plan would continue to be revised. Another meeting would be held on 4 June, meanwhile the PC would be investigating grant funding and the possibility of additional support from a consultant. PC SURGERY: Two matters had been raised. COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES AND WORKING PARTIES: It was suggested that these remain the same. ADDERBURY STORES: The PC supported the Post Office returning to the village if this became possible. However, at present it would not be able to have a brown tourist sign as the shop did not meet the appropriate criteria. It was also a very costly process. CLOTHES BANK: It was suggested that a clothes bank in aid of the Thames Valley Air Ambulance be located in the lay-by approaching Adderbury from Banbury. NEXT MEETING: 23 June 2015. Church House. 7.30 pm. Trish Fennell

ADDERBURY XMAS MARKET SATURDAY 28 NOVEMBER 11.00 am - 4.00 pm Are you thinking of the Christmas Market already? Probably not! BUT … If you are a stallholder, you may be booking your venues for the Christmas period already. We have a popular annual market selling crafts, cards, clothes, and Christmas gifts. If you want to join our event and are not on our mailing list; to book a stall, please contact us on adderburychristmasmarket@gmail.com. Please be aware that the stalls were fully booked very quickly last year. So don‟t delay! Trade Secret Furniture Outlet very kindly bought and supplied our tables for the Christmas Market last year, and have continued to support the village by loaning them out to three local people for their events this summer. If you are thinking of buying some new furniture, why not pop in to them; they may have just what you‟re looking for. AXM Committee Gill Randall

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ADDERBURY & DISTRICT WI Our May evening tour of Sulgrave Manor was highly enjoyable with their very knowledgeable and interesting guide and we appreciated their fine herb garden; members also very much enjoyed a beautiful May bluebell walk at Ditchley Park led by Carol and Chris Eaton. Claire Jarvis instructed members in the history and art of rag rug making at our June meeting followed by a socialising new-craft trial with hook, canvas and fabric scraps for all participants. Our 2016 calendar competition photo choice is almost complete with all chosen photos to be printed off for display at Party in the Park on Saturday 21 June for the public to vote for their favourites. Our Wild Seed Flower garden at Katharine House Hospice was on display at their Open Garden Day Sunday 7 June receiving enthusiastic interest from our many visitors. Our June Book Club discussed “The Miniaturist” by Jessie Burton. Our Needlecraft group meet on Wednesday 17 June while our Walking group will meet on, Monday 6 July for a Lark Rise walk plus possible pub meal to follow, with an at The Institute meet up at 6 pm for car sharing: pre-walk meal choice notification is required from all members by Maureen please. New members are always welcome at The Institute on the first Thursday of each month at 7.30 pm where they are assured of an enthusiastic reception. Further details may be found on our website – www.adderburywi.co.uk – or by email – adderburywi@gmail.com – or find us on FACEBOOK via their search engine for Adderbury & District to see our page. Margaret Halstead Vice-President & Communications Committee member CONTACT THE ELDERLY - BANBURY Contact the Elderly are planning their seventh Oxfordshire group in Banbury, th and we are also celebrating our 50 anniversary this year! We need volunteer drivers to drive one Sunday afternoon a month, also local hosts to host a tea party once or twice a year. New elderly applications are most welcome. We take local isolated elderly people, 75 and over, out to tea, once a month, 12 months a year. This regular monthly outing makes a huge difference to the life of an isolated person and gives them something to look forward to. If you would like to make a difference in your community and really enjoy a very happy tea party once a month, please contact at 02078 812361 Suzan Hyland, National Volunteer Support Officer 33 33


KATHARINE HOUSE HOSPICE Change of Phone Number --- We always like to hear what you‟re up to. We have a new phone number here in the Katharine House Fundraising Office. If you would like to speak to one of the team about any of our events or how you can get involved please get in touch on 01295 816484. th

11 Adderbury Charity Golf Day --- Friday 3 July 1 pm Rye Hill Golf Club, Milcombe. Entry is £40 per player. Coffee and bacon sandwiches to start; matches finishing around 6 pm; buffet supper and prizegiving. Entries welcome for single players and pairs. Call 01295 811059 to book your place. Broughton Castle Sportive --- Saturday 12 July The Broughton Castle Cycling Festival promises to be a fantastic day, with children‟s entertainment, picnic area, free BBQ food for riders and medals for all finishers all in the picturesque grounds of Broughton castle. There are 4 routes available on the day; the 5.5 mile Family fun ride, a flat(ish) route on quiet tracks close to the castle, suitable for the whole family. The 20 mile Ironstone 20 is for those looking for a bigger challenge with some rougher terrain and some spectacular North Oxfordshire ironstone countryside. To celebrate Kenco‟s 50th year making their famous coffee right here in Banbury the sportive has come up with a challenging ride: The 50 mile Kenco 50 incorporating some classic hill climbs including Nebsworth Lane climb near Illmington before looping through Moreton in Marsh with a stop off at the Cotswold Cycle Shop. For the ultimate challenge why not try the Mondelēz Monster, a 100 mile lung (and leg) busting ride, with several classic climbs including Nebsworth Lane, Snowshill and Butlers Lane in addition to the notoriously tough Cotswold hills, this is definitely one for the seasoned cyclist. If you‟d like to get on your bike for Katharine House Hospice, sign up today at www.broughtoncastlesportive.co.uk Katharine House Hospice Annual Raffle Tickets are now available for our 2015 annual raffle with your chance to support a great local cause AND win yourself £1000. If you would like some tickets or are able to sell some on our behalf please call the fundraising office on 01295 816484. Draw takes place 5 August 2015. Garden Party at The Admiral Holland --- Saturday 8 August, 11 am - 5 pm The Admiral Holland Pub, Woodgreen Avenue, Banbury. Garden Party and family fun day with BBQ, raffle, Tombola, lucky dip, children‟s activities and more. KHH LOTTERY For more information call the Lottery Office on 01295 816484 or email lottery@khh.org.uk. Sarah Brennan, Community Fundraiser 35 35

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Katharine House Midnight Walk 2015 Don’t miss our biggest fundraiser of the year,

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pine wardrobe £50.00 so join us as we hula around the streets of wooden bed frame (sleigh type) £20.00 Banbury, raising vital funds. please Itcontact 01295 810173 costs £15 to sign up which includes re-

freshments, entertainment, and a medal for all finishers. The walk starts from Banbury Classic Cotton Bunting Cricket Club along a well-marshalled and For Hire well-lit route around Banbury and back to base for a hot drink and breakfast roll. You can choose to walk either 6 or 10 miles. To sign up please call 01295 816484 or online at www.khh.org.uk; please note that there is no online payment facility so you will need to phone to pay the entry fee. We are also looking for volunteers on the night and for people to help us promote this fantastic event. If you‟d like to find out more, please call Sheila Norton on 01295 816484.

150m of classically pretty bunting for hire FOR SALE in 10 metre lengths Tel: Gill Osborne 01295 810383 pine wardrobe £50.00 wooden bed frame (sleigh type) £20.00 or Email: gillosborne@homecall.co.uk please contact 01295 810173 In the June edition, the websiteClassic addressCotton was inadvertently Bunting omitted.


Take a look at our apartment in Gran Canaria, rental from £345 per week. www.apartmentingrancanaria.com Reservations made via our website are handled by Clickstay.com who are owned by Associated Newspapers, owners of Daily Mail. All deposits etc are held protected in trust until after the guest arrives. Kevin & Nicki Taylor, 01295 721487 150m of classically pretty bunting for hire in 10 metre lengths RECREATIONAL USE OF NITROUS OXIDE Tel: Gill Osborne 01295 810383 or We have also seen an increase in the recreational use of Nitrous Oxide amongst Email: gillosborne@homecall.co.uk youths within the villages. If anyone has any information in relation to the misuse or supply of Nitrous Oxide, please contact the neighbourhood team via 101 or via In theBanburyRuralNHPT@thamesvalley.pnn.police.uk June edition, the website address was inadvertentlyor omitted. email alternatively via APARTMENT IN GRAN CANARIA Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111. Sgt Becky Fishwick Take a look at our apartment in Gran Canaria, rental from £345 per week. www.apartmentingrancanaria.com Reservations 37 handled by Clickstay.com who are made via our website are 37 owned by Associated Newspapers, owners of Daily Mail. All


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MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES ADDERBURY PHYSIOTHERAPY Gill Randall MCSP, Grad Dip Phys. Sports injuries, whiplash, neck & 812552 back pain. Acupuncture. Home visit if required. We welcome all babies & toddlers with parents & carers to join us at the ADDERBURY BABY & TODDLER GROUP Lucy Plackett Activity Centre every Monday & Wednesday morning from 10am. LUCY 07795 275412/ CARLY 07747 457380 CLARA REEVES - COUNSELLOR Counsellor/Psychotherapist. MBACP (Accred). BSc Hons Psych. MBPsS. 810259 Experienced in NHS settings. Email: reeves67@phonecoop.coop See www. It's good to talk for more details about me. HIGH FLYERS AFTER SCHOOL CLUB 07766 290242

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