Appeal for Witnesses following Burglary in Berry Hill Road

The incident took place between 8.45 am and 10.45 am on Friday 14 June.  The offenders gained entry by throwing a large rock from the rear garden through the patio doors, jewellery and a quantity of cash were stolen.

If you have any information, CCTV or dash-cam footage that may assist our investigation, please call 101 or report online, quoting reference 43190179027.

Find out how you can reduce the risk of becoming a victim of burglary by downloading your FREE Home Security Guide from the Thames Valley Police website here: https://www.thamesvalley.police.uk/police-forces/thames-valley-police/areas/advice/home-security-guide/

Appeal for Witnesses following a Burglary in High Street

Thames Valley Police is appealing for witnesses following a burglary in Adderbury.
At about 2.30 am on Monday, 27 May, offenders gained entry to a house on the High Street.
Once inside offenders stole several items including gold pocket watches, engagement and wedding rings, lockets (one with a gold sovereign inside) and chains.   Also taken were silver chains and gold brooches – one with pearls surrounding it.Investigating officer C0037 Clare Rennie of the Investigation Command Hub based at Banbury Police Station said, “We are appealing for anyone who may have witnessed the incident or who may have information to call our 24 hours enquiry centre on 101, quoting reference: 43190158721.

Adderbury Green

On behalf of the Adderbury Green Association, we would like to thank everybody in the village who made a donation last year towards the upkeep of the village green. The total raised was an excellent £2,587.50 and this enabled the tree works to go ahead back in November. We are sure that the village will have noticed the excellent job done by the contractors.

We will soon be asking the houses around the Green for their annual £35 donation towards grass cutting and insurance in 2019 and any donations from other houses in the village are always gratefully received. As some villagers suggested as part of the fund raise last year, we have contacted HMRC to register the Adderbury Green Association as a charity to enable gift aid to be claimed on future donations. We should hear whether we have been successful or not in July.
David Miller, Ken Wright and Martin Boden.

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However we have recently received a number of comments from fictitious email addresses, abusing the use of this facility.
In order to stop this, and to comply with our constitution, we will now have to ask contributors to supply their home address and telephone number which, as with email address, will  not be published.
It’s disappointing that it has to come to this, and we hope that legitimate comments will continue to flow in.

Village Community Day – 21 September

Following last year’s success, we would like to invite village clubs and societies as well as local businesses to showcase what they can offer on Village Community Day.
If you would like to book, please contact Jackie Head : jaxhead51@aol.com. We will be needing volunteers to marshal the road closure, from 11.00 am to 6.00 pm. If you could spare an hour to support this community event, it would be much appreciated.  Please contact Theresa Goss adderburypc@hotmail.com if you can help.

Announcement of Our New Vicar

We are very pleased to announce that the Reverend  Liz Simpson has accepted the offer to become the new vicar of the Parish of Adderbury with Milton.
She is currently Rector of the West Buckingham Benefice and is looking forward to joining us.
Liz licensing date is Thursday 12 September and at the installation both Bishop Colin and Archdeacon Judy will be present – more information to follow as it becomes known.