Tennis and Squash in Adderbury

The village tennis and squash club is about to start a new tennis coaching term. The club called ‘Banbury Westend’ is located in the centre of Adderbury at the bottom of Chapel Lane.  There is a full schedule of tennis and squash play, including league matches, coaching and friendly sessions as well as a licensed bar and a full schedule of social nights.

Harper’s Coffee House

What an incredible start it has been for Harper’s Coffee House and the feedback we have received has by far exceeded our expectations. We weren’t expecting to have sell-out days so soon into our journey and we would like to thank you for the fantastic support we have received so far.
Please note our revised opening hours (NOT as stated in September Contact!)
Monday to Friday – 8.00 am to 4.00 pm   Saturday – 9.00 am to 3.00 pm   Sunday CLOSED

Adderbury Farmers’ Market – Where’s it Gone?

We have decided, reluctantly but responsibly, to postpone our favourite market to next spring.  We have canvassed opinion from our great stallholders and many of our regular customers, and there is a percentage of reluctance to enter the steaming cauldron of activity, food, drink, music and great fun that are the hallmarks of the success of the market over many years.   This, coupled with the restrictive measures of the Institute’s risk assessment criteria, has forced our hand – but we WILL be back in the spring, as we hope you will as well! – Nick Fennell

Jacket left in Churchyard

Is anyone missing a  Cotton Traders jacket? Found hanging on a tree in the churchyard near the brook. Large/Extra large, lightweight, two colours.  I have it.  Andrew Donaldson 07870900703

Oxfordshire Plan 2050

Click here to see how you can have your say on Oxfordshire’s future.  The consultation ends on 8 October. We urge you to respond to the consultation – it is our best chance of influencing both the outcomes of this Plan and the OxCam Arc proposals.
Have your say NOW – it’s too late to act when the bulldozers arrive. Find more information on the CPRE Oxfordshire website www.cpreoxon.org.uk