Adderbury Guides

At the end of last term, we were delighted to be able to present our first Guide Gold award to Rebecca McLoone. This award is presented to a Guide who has completed all six of the Theme awards in Guides, and has completed a personal challenge. We celebrated her achievement with cake and balloons, and a slide show of her Guiding life – from her beginning as a Rainbow.

Adderbury Brownies

The leadership team for Adderbury Brownies has expanded, and we’re excited to start our meetings again after the summer break. To fit in with leader commitments, we’ve changed to meet on a Monday, and now meet just before Guides. We meet each Monday in term time, 5.45 pm to 7.00 pm at the Lucy Placket Activity Centre.

Parish Council Grants – 2023/2024

Adderbury Parish Council has a small budget for the award of grants in 2023/2024.  To enable the Parish Council to feed the grant applications into its budgeting process, applications for 2023/2024 are now being requested. The Parish Council can give grants to community organisations in the village whose activities benefit some, or all of its residents, or some or all of the area. The deadline for applications is Friday 14 October 2022.

Summer Reading Challenge 2022

This year’s Summer Reading Challenge is all about science and innovation. Children will join the ‘Gadgeteers’ in understanding the science behind a whole range of interests, including fashion, technology, cooking and music. In doing so, they’ll learn about inventions such as holograms, kinetic tiles, and non-Newtonian fluid.

The Adderbury Ukulele Group

We meet every Monday evening at the Adderbury Bowls Club, having the use of a large lounge with good lighting and a bar at club prices. We are a friendly group of all ages from primary school children to many retired players, all enjoying strumming and singing popular songs, in a relaxed atmosphere. New players are always welcome and we are particularly keen to find a bass player.

Berry Hill Road Development

Work starts at the Berry Hill Road development (outside of our Neighbourhood Development Plan!). Go to ‘Read more’ to see a photo, kindly sent by Damien Dyer, of the start of the development.