The following have been Postponed, Suspended or Cancelled

Photographic Society  The Committee has decided to postpone all club meetings until further notice.  Future meetings will depend on Government advice but dates will be posted on www.addphoto.co.uk  and .org when it is safe to start meeting again.
Village Coffee,  which is held every Friday morning in Church House between 10.00 am and noon,  is suspended until further notice.
Play Areas It is with sadness that I have to ask you, the small children of Adderbury and their parents, not to use the play areas in the Lucy Plackett Playing Field and The Rise until further notice. Thank you for your co-operation. Ann Lyons, Parish Councillor.
Party in the Park – 21 March fundraiser cancelled.  If you have purchased tickets please contact us via our Facebook page for a full refund.
1st Adderbury Scouts and  Cubs  All 1st Adderbury Cub and Scout meetings and activities are currently suspended.
FOCAL Pub Quiz – 28 March cancelled.
Adderbury Guides will not be meeting for the forseeable future.  Parents of girls in the unit have been informed, and girls are encouraged to work on interest badges while they are not at Guides – we look forward to having lots of badges to award when we eventually get back to normal meetings!
Annual Parish Meeting – 9 April postponed.  It is hoped that the meeting could be held later in May, but that will depend on how the Covid-19 situation continues to unfold.
St Mary’s Church – Important information about Adderbury Church and Covid-19.  Please read this Note from Vicar from Liz Simpson, Vicar of Adderbury with Milton.
Adderbury and District WI – 2 April postponed as are sub groups such as Book Group etc. The website and Facebook page will be updated as circumstances change.  For further detail please contact me, Pat Smith  president@adderburywi.co.uk.
A Night at the Dogs – 28 March cancelled.
Music in Adderbury – Summer season of concerts cancelled.
Bumper Book Sale – 25 April postponed.  We will announce a new date when it is safe to hold such events again!
Day of Dance – 25 April postponed. We may hold it later in the summer or early autumn. We will keep you posted.
Sharp & Blunt – 10th Birthday Celebrations planned for Saturday, 16 May have been cancelled.
WI Spring Clean – 4 April postponed till the autumn. No definite date as yet.
British Legion – The Adderbury and Milton Branch British Legion meetings are cancelled until further notice.
Adderbury Cine Club – Cancelled the final three screenings of the 2019/2020 season. While we know this is disappointing, we hope you can understand the steps we’re taking to help keep our committee members and attendees safe. What happens next? For our faithful members (both Casual and Full), we will carry forward your membership, which will be valid for the first three screenings once we resume, hopefully in September 2020.

Adderbury Farmers’ Market Postponed Until Further Notice!!!!

It is with great sadness that we write this…… In line with government recommendations,  Adderbury Farmer’s Market is cancelled until further notice.
Adderbury Stores remains open and is fully stocked with local produce from some of our Stallholders. They are also offering a free delivery service to all in self-isolation – but they need volunteers to help with delivery – please phone 811059 to register an interest.
Buzzy Beans Coffee is offering a free coffee to all NHS staff and a Blueberry Muffin or a Sourdough Loaf from Forge House Bakery.
Foxdenton Gin are providing all of their products with free of charge courier/delivery.If you go on to our website just enter ‘CHINUP’ when ordering. https://foxdentonestate.co.uk/
Tess’ Brilliant Bakes are offering a home delivery service of frozen homemade meals as well as their delicious sweet treats. For more information visit https://www.facebook.com/pg/tessbrilliantbakes
The Pickled Plougman are also offering a takeaway service for a full list of their menu visit https://www.facebook.com/ThePickledPloughman
Over the coming weeks we will try to keep you updated on all our stallholders latest news and updates on our social media pages and website.
Stay safe and well folks….. look forward to seeing you all soon.
Many thanks for your support – Adderbury Farmers’ Market Committee

Homemade Meals Delivery Service

I have been trading at the Thursday night Farmers’ Market and have some meals in Adderbury Stores. I produce homemade meals and  sell them frozen.  Soups £1.75/£3 – Main meals range £2.50 small to £7 large (2 portion) – Sauces £3.  I can deliver to people’s houses, with a minimum purchase of four meals.   More details can be found on Instagram / Facebook or www.twojollycooks.co.uk. Debbie Payne – Two Jolly Cooks 07928 057722.

Oxford University Hospitals: COVID-19

Since Monday 16 March we have limited visiting to our hospitals to help tackle the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus) in order to protect both our patients and our staff who care for them.
In light of the developing COVID-19 situation, we now need to go further.
With immediate effect from today (Monday 23 March) we will not allow any visitors to our hospitals – with a few exceptions:
Maternity – 1 birth partner only. Strictly no other children.
Paediatrics – 1 parent/guardian only. Strictly no siblings.
Patients at the end of life – in the difficult and upsetting circumstances where patients may be at the end of their life, the nurse or midwife in charge will enable up to one visitor per patient to spend time with their loved one.
Advocates/visitors who are required to make decisions on behalf of patients who do not have the capacity to make decisions for themselves.
On arrival to any ward or department, all visitors should immediately wash their hands and report to the nurse in charge. Visitors must also wash their hands or use the hand gel when they leave wards or departments.
Sam Foster, Chief Nursing Officer says: “Please help us to help you by complying with these rules. Thank you for your support at this challenging time for the NHS both locally and nationally”

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.

Update on Working For Adderbury Community

I am sure you will be pleased to know that after months of meetings, research and hard work by the WFAC group, the Parish Council have now submitted the community building application to Cherwell District Council.  We hope to be able to update you on this in either the March or April edition of Contact.  You can view this application on the Cherwell District Council website:  https://planningregister.cherwell.gov.uk/Planning/Display/19/02796/F  You can also visit: www.workingforadderburycommunity.co.uk to keep up-to-date on how things are progressing.