Day of Dance – 28 April

Once again, Adderbury will be whipping its hankies, ringing the bells and bashing those sticks. On Saturday 28 April Adderbury Village Morris Men, Sharp & Blunt and Adderbury Morris Men will be dancing around the village to celebrate Adderbury’s Day of Dance. Join us all for a day of well, dancing and maybe a drink or two. Come and say “hello” and perhaps even get involved with one of your local Morris sides. Full details of the schedule and other fund-raising events being held on the same day …

Adderbury Stores Latest

Mr Singh is now stocking fresh flowers -ready for Mother’s Day – and has a new fresh bread range, and a number of special offers to tempt you.

He was delighted with the increase in business during the bad weather and hopes the village will continue to support him.

One very satisfied customer wrote in:

“I would just like to say the store was open all day yesterday (frozen Friday) I would like to thank them for providing that service in tough conditions. The shop is the only one in the village and those that can’t drive or feel unsafe driving in these conditions have a vital lifeline there for provisions. They are new owners and really making a go of it, the new owner is friendly and helpful. The store is a vital part of the community and I use it regularly. I ask everyone to support the village store as we may need it sometime and it may not be there if we don’t! Thank you”

FOCAL – Forthcoming Events

Meet the Ballerina – Saturday 12 May 7.00 pm,  Christopher Rawlins School
Isabel McMeekan whose career saw her dance as First Soloist with The Birmingham Royal Ballet and The Royal Ballet will provide a peek at what’s its really like to be a ballerina.

Lands End to John o’Groats Walk – 2018 Adderbury and Adjacent Villages
FOCAL Secretary, Peter Britton, is undertaking a virtual marathon walk from Land’s End to John O’Groats.

full details of all events…

Colin Butler Green – Residents Consultation

The Parish Council would like to hear the views of Adderbury residents on their proposal for a new footpath around the edge of Colin Butler Green. The suggestion is that pedestrians from the Horn Hill Road direction could walk from the existing footpath across the first entrance to Manor Road and then follow the curve around the Colin Butler Green on the new footpath. They could then cross the second entrance to Manor Road, opposite the entrance to Cross Hill House.

Should you have any comments, please email them to or ring the Clerk to the Parish Council, Theresa Goss, on 01295 710965.