Check out the recent improvements at Adderbury Stores. It’s more of a mini-supermarket now with plenty of stock, good deals on beers wines and spirits, and a wide variety of fresh fruit and veg.
Following the sad loss of Marie Corney, we urgently need another editor to help keep Contact going. Contact has come a long way since it first appeared in January 1979 as an eight page issue. By volunteering you help ensure Contact continues to be an important part of village life informing the community and helping local businesses.
After giving this much thought, I have decided that I will be stepping down as Leader of 1st Adderbury Cubs, this year. I have been involved in scouting for 22 years now, and 10 years of that has been with the pack in Adderbury. Alongside me leaving, my brother Paul, has also decided to stand down. Paul has given even more than myself, with almost 25 years’ experience.
Ongoing discussions about the role of the local and county council have developed this week. Adderbury Parish Council has asked we publish the following statement from Barry Wood Leader of Cherwell District Council:
‘Oxfordshire County Council has announced a proposal to create a single unitary authority for Oxfordshire in place of the current district/county council structure.
The proposal was originally opposed by all of Oxfordshire’s city and district councils, including Cherwell. However on Monday South Oxfordshire District Council and the Vale of White Horse District Council announced they are now in support of the county council’s proposal for a single unitary authority and will be working with them to develop a submission to Government.
We are looking for any member of the village community who is computer literate to join the team editing adderbury.org. It’s just a few hours a month on a rota basis. If you would like more information on this interesting and fun exercise, please contact either Nick Fennell on 07850017393 – email@example.com, or Joyce Cox on 07747017082 – JoyceAdderbury@gmail.com.
The appearance of this development is extremely sensitive as the gateway to Adderbury immediately before the conservation area.
Disappointingly, as you can now see, these houses are being built in a rather bright red brick – possibly similar to those as you approach Bloxham? – when most villagers expected Hornton stone on the outward facing properties and brick out of view as you approach the village – such as has been successfully achieved in the Adderbury Fields and Aynho Road developments.