Working For Adderbury Community: Heard it all before – this time it’s for real.

Working For Adderbury Community (WFAC) met on Wednesday night for the group’s Inaugural Annual General Meeting. At the well attended meeting the group adopted their constitution and elected trustees Andy Green (Chair), Jackie Head (Vice-Chair), Kate Gibbins (Secretary), Pam Haynes (Treasurer) and from Adderbury Parish Council Councillors Keith Mitchell, Martin Rye and Chris Shallis.

The group is now calling for other interested villagers to get involved and help create the vision.

Adderbury Stores News

Things continue to brighten up at our excellent village shop.

Bhavin has added a range of meats from the renowned Brackley Butchers to complement the regular Meat Joint products, and there’s really good news that the excellent Cornfield Bakery is now delivering 3 times a week a good choice of their breads and morning goods.

Bhavin continues to respond well to his interpersonal skills training – apart from the odd wobble, which would probably happen to us all if we were in the shop 85 hours a week!

He’s doing a great job – use him or lose him.

Appeal for Witnesses

We are appealing for witnesses after a 24-year-old man was assault at Banbury Bus Station. On Wednesday 6 September at around 4.30 pm, the victim was stood next to the 500 bus stop bay talking to the bus driver when a young boy, with a bicycle, aged around 8-years-old, approached him and started to speak […]

BBC2 – The Repair Shop

BBC2’s The Repair Shop are seeking damaged family and community heirlooms for their second series and objects that have special significance during Christmas time for their upcoming Christmas special. The series follows a team of passionate and skilled crafts people who restore damaged objects of sentimental value.

Whatever happened to the Adderbury Neighbourhood Plan?

Good question – Following six weeks’ consultation with villagers and other stakeholders earlier this year, the revised plan was approved by the Parish Council in May and duly submitted to Cherwell District Council.
As we had previously met with them and sought their advice on a number of occasions, we believed that their role in vetting the Plan for legalities and any further issues would be just a formality, before they passed it out for another six weeks’ consultation as expected.