You will see from the attached letter that Christopher Rawlins School needs your help. Another Brick in the Wall
Adderbury Library is a fantastic village facility but is only kept open, for its current hours, by the fund raising activities of “FOCAL” its Friends support group. FOCAL ( Friends of Adderbury Library ) are looking for new committee members who have an interest in supporting this community asset.
The sound of church bells ringing on Sundays and for special occasions is part of English life. We have eight lovely bells in the Adderbury church but to keep them ringing we need some new ringers to join the existing band.
It has been brought to the attention of Adderbury Parish Council that dog fouling is an issue around the village generally and specifically in The Rise. Therefore, the Parish Council would kindly remind dog owners to clean up after their pets and use the bins provided for the health and safety of the community.
If the problem persists the Parish Council will have to engage the services of the Dog Warden, which may result in fines for irresponsible dog owners.
This is an appeal on behalf of the Royal British Legion, Adderbury andMilton Branch. Our branch has been in existence since 1922 so this is our 95th year. I would like to appeal or offer an invitation, on behalf of the Branch, for more new members. Our numbers are very low and we do not seem to be attracting any new interest. We are currently meeting bi-monthly and we meet at the Bowls Club on a Thursday at 2.00 pm.
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 – firstname.lastname@example.org, or Joyce Cox on 07747017082 – JoyceAdderbury@gmail.com.
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.