Berry Hill Road Development

Work starts at the Berry Hill Road development (outside of our Neighbourhood Development Plan!). Go to ‘Read more’ to see a photo, kindly sent by Damien Dyer, of the start of the development.

New Sports and Community Centre

The New Sports and Community Centre on the Milton Road Gathers Momentum.

After a lull due to Covid-19, the project has now gathered momentum. Planning permission for the main building has been granted, the sports field is now in place, and the main entrance and footpath linking to the village have been installed. However, more funds are needed and you can help without donating a penny!!
Sign up on “ “ and every time you buy online a free donation will go to the “ Working for Adderbury Community Fund”.

Village Coffee

Village Coffee is back on Fridays 10.00 am to 12 noon. Please come and join us in the library for coffee, cakes and a chat. Everyone welcome!


Outline application for the construction of up to 10 houses in the land to the rear of St Mary’s House adjacent to Henge Close. Click here to see Nicholas King Homes’ application.

The Cotswold Guild of Weavers, Spinners and Dyers

The Cotswold Guild of Weavers, Spinners and Dyers is a group of people with a passion for spinning, weaving and dyeing, together with all associated crafts. We meet at The Institute on the second Saturday of the month between 10.30 am and 3.30 pm. Everyone welcome, come along as a visitor (first visit free) to see if you would like to join us on our creative journey. All potential meetings are of course subject to change due to Covid restrictions.

ARCh needs Reading Helpers

We are looking for reading volunteers in Adderbury to support Christopher Rawlins Primary School. ARCh Reading Helpers provide personalised support to children in Oxfordshire primary schools. Our trained volunteers work one to one with children to boost confidence, build self-esteem and turn around negative attitudes to reading.
To find out more, visit our website or contact Jeremy Turner 01295 810723.

Rhyme Time

Help your babies/children love books through singing and playing along to nursery rhymes. The group meets every Thursday morning during term time. Suitable for children from birth to 4 years. Singing 10.00 am to 10.30 am followed by coffee and chat for adults till 11.00 am. Entry by a suggested donation of £2 for adult and one child (additional child £1). All welcome.