Wychwood Bowls club are looking for new members. Details are on their website.
Coeliac UK, the largest independent charity for people who need to live gluten free, is celebrating its 50th Anniversary and two members of the charity from Oxfordshire are holding a special gluten free tea dance in Ascott-under-Wychwood on Sunday 20 May 2018. The tea dance which is being held during Coeliac UK’s Awareness Week will […]
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Stuart Fox writes: The bells of Ascott Church were first mentioned in 1526 when Richard Tayler made a bequest of a sheep towards the cost of the bells. Documents from a Dr Rawlinson dated 1720 noted that the tower at Ascott had three bells. Two further bells were added, probably between 1722 and 1744. Today we have six […]
Dear Resident Following a successful bid to Sport England we have been awarded funding to install a surface water drainage system to improve the usability of the sports field. So far there has been a focused circulation of the proposal, in the main to residents of High Street who live near to the site. In […]
If you’re looking for a change in direction or a career where you can make a real difference, then the Foundation Degree in Policing could be just what you are looking for. Developed by Oxford Brookes University in collaboration with Thames Valley Police and Oxford and Cherwell Valley College, this two-year course enables students to […]
West Oxfordshire Citizens Advice Bureau (WOCAB) is a local charity which carries out a vital role in providing free financial, benefit and debt advice to local people. You may know that we have offices in Witney and Chipping Norton. What you may not know is that: we have a Rural Advice Project which provides a […]
Dear All, Work on the upgrade of the Cotswold line is progressing well, with the first few miles of double track now in place. The project reaches completion at the end of this summer, by which time 20 miles of double track will have been laid. To allow us to finish the job, bus replacement […]