Bloomin’ Good Books

This spring, Oxfordshire Libraries offer bloomin’ good books and prizes too!
Oxfordshire Libraries bud into life this spring with a bounty of bloomin’ good books on offer. From Bampton to Berinsfield, Henley to Hook Norton, all 44 libraries will be running ‘Oxfordshire Reads’, a celebration of books and reading.
Readers are invited to fill in and return a postcard about a favourite book – and then will be entered to the prize draw. Pick up a postcard from your local library, recommend a good book, and discover something bloomin’ marvellous to refresh your love of reading. Take part Monday 2 March until Saturday 11 April in all Oxfordshire Libraries.

Lunch Club for 65+

The Lunch Club caters for the over 65’s in Adderbury and Twyford.  We are also inviting Milton residents to join us.  The Club meets in Church House at noon to eat at 12.30 pm on the first and third Wednesday of the month at a cost of £6.00 per person. We are very fortunate to have Dovecote Events Limited preparing and delivering delicious meals, which are much appreciated.  The Club atmosphere creates an opportunity for a varied group of people to meet together and socialise.  If you would like to join us, either as a member or volunteer helper, please contact one of the following:  Gill Collett – 01295 810766 email – Colin Ewles 01295 816037 email –  Enid Frost on 811038 or Richard Davis 811557

2020 Community Policing Awards

Nominate now for the 2020 Community Policing Awards.
The Community Policing Awards is now in its nineteenth year, providing an opportunity to recognise and nominate the work of officers, staff and volunteers who have made the greatest contribution to their community over the past year.
Do you know someone who has gone above and beyond in their role? Someone who has made a difference to you or your community? If you can provide examples of this, nominate for the Community Policing Awards today.

A Night at the Dogs! – 28 March

Adderbury Park Football Club and WFAC present A Night at the Dogs! A fundraising race night in the Institute.  Free entry –  doors open at 6.30 pm and the first race is at 7.30 pm. £1 betting, dogs available to buy for £5.  Prizes if your dog wins its race.  Dog auction for the last race with a big cash prize.  Everyone welcome, so bring along your family and friends for what should be a cracking night for a great cause.