Focal Needs a Secretay

Focal requires someone to join our group and take minutes and provide administrative support to the Chairman.
Focal meets just once a month and raises money to keep the Library open.
Familiarity with Microsoft Word and email required.
To see what’s involved why not come along to our next meeting?  Email Liz Wingrove on lizwingrove5@googlemail.com for further details.

Free ‘Do Not Knock’ Door Stickers

Able Community Care has had printed this door sticker which we are offering free to individuals or older people’s groups. Statistics show that older people are being continually tricked by fraudulent tradesmen turning up on their door step.
If you would like to receive a number of these door stickers free of charge, please reply to Chris Cook
Chris@ablecommunitycare.com giving us your postal address and the number you would like. You can also call us on 01603 764567. Able Community Care is a nationwide provider of Live-in Care Services. Established in 1980.  www.ablecommunitycare.com

Update from Working For Adderbury Community

Two years ago, Adderbury voted by a significant majority in a Parish Poll to go ahead with the development of the Milton Road site to have community, sports and recreational facilities. Since then the Working For Adderbury Community group (WFAC) have made considerable progress working alongside the Parish Council to achieve this.

WFAC will give a brief update on the Milton Road project and provide initial designs for the community building at the Annual Parish Meeting on Tuesday 16th April at 7.30 pm in the Methodist school room.

Pub of the Year!

Congratulations to Sandra and Chris Shallis at the Bell Inn for once again being a finalist in the North Oxon branch of the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) Pub of the Year competition. During the month of March there is the opportunity for CAMRA members to visit all six final pubs and to vote for the overall winner. Having been runner – up in this competition for the past two years, Chris looks forward to the ‘bridesmaid becoming the bride’!