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Fairport Cropredy tickets

Three day entrance permits (80 in total) are again available this year for Williamscot residents and children (over the age of 12 years) at the special price of £40. Any surplus tickets after 30th June will be made available to Wardington residents, two per household, on a first come first served basis. Children under 12 years of age accompanied by an adult have free admission as advertised in the Warbler. If there are enough tickets still available after the 15th July, then the names of Wardington residents who have requested additional tickets will be allocated their reasonable residents request. If there is a shortfall in tickets required after the 15th July a draw will take place and the allocation made

Safari Supper 2018 – Now Booking

Tickets are selling well so make sure you don't miss out on this really fun evening. If you've never been before, be assured that it's relaxed, fun and above all welcoming. And if anyone with a family is hesitating because of childcare, then just ask me (750765) and I'll put you in touch with plenty of great babysitters! We're still looking for a couple of hosts, so why not volunteer? Tickets and further info: Philippa Hunt, Stud Farm House, Wardington, OX17 1RU. Telephone: 01295 758 087 MID-SUMMER SAFARI SUPPER Saturday 23rd June 2018 Building on the success of the past ten years the Friends of St. Mary Magdalene Church in Wardington, would like to invite you to take part in

Book your tickets now for Darkest Hour – Friday 15th June

Please book your tickets as soon as possible for the next Wardington Village Cinema event, when we shall be screening Darkest Hour on Friday 15th June (next Friday)! Contact Sam Young on 01295 750 871, Paul Bimson 01295 758855 or email wardingtoncinema@hotmail.com - informing us that you are coming in advance makes the organisation of the event much easier for us. Doors open 7.15pm on with the show to start at 8pm.  There will be a half time interval to enjoy your free ice cream and the raffle.  Please feel free to bring your own food and drink to enjoy during the performance.  Ticket price is £6.50 standard, £4.50 concessions. We look forward to seeing lots of you there.  

Safari Supper 2018 – reminder to book your tickets

MID-SUMMER SAFARI SUPPER Saturday 23rd June 2018 Building on the success of the past ten years the Friends of St. Mary Magdalene Church in Wardington, would like to invite you to take part in this very popular event, designed to provide an opportunity for villagers, old and new, to meet and socialise whilst raising funds to maintain our beautiful Church. You can join in by: Offering to host 4 or more people (plus hosts = 6) for supper, main course only with wine Providing a pudding for ‘After Dinner’ held at The Memorial Hall Simply purchasing a ticket to attend the evening’s activities. PLEASE BOOK EARLY TO SECURE YOUR TICKET The evening will begin with a reception when you will

Safari Supper 2018

MID-SUMMER SAFARI SUPPER Saturday 23rd June 2018 Building on the success of the past ten years the Friends of St. Mary Magdalene Church in Wardington, would like to invite you to take part in this very popular event, designed to provide an opportunity for villagers, old and new, to meet and socialise whilst raising funds to maintain our beautiful Church. You can join in by: Offering to host 4 or more people (plus hosts = 6) for supper, main course only with wine Providing a pudding for ‘After Dinner’ held at The Memorial Hall Simply purchasing a ticket to attend the evening’s activities. PLEASE BOOK EARLY TO SECURE YOUR TICKET The evening will begin with a reception when you will

On Friday 15th June Wardington Village Cinema will be screening Darkest Hour. During the early days of World War II, with the fall of France imminent, Britain faces its darkest hour as the threat of invasion looms. As the seemingly unstoppable Nazi forces advance, and with the Allied army cornered on the beaches of Dunkirk, the fate of Western Europe hangs on the leadership of the newly-appointed British Prime Minister Winston Churchill (Academy Award nominee Gary Oldman). While maneuvering his political rivals, he must confront the ultimate choice: negotiate with Hitler and save the British people at a terrible cost or rally the nation and fight on against incredible odds. Directed by Joe Wright, DARKEST HOUR is the dramatic and inspiring

Reminder: Paddington 2 Screening this Friday (20th April)!

Just a quick reminder that we are screening Paddington 2 at the village hall this Friday night (20th April), doors open at 7.15pm, film starts at 8pm. We are a little short on numbers, so please come along if you can - you can pay on the door but it'll help us greatly if you let us know before if you are planning to attend. You are welcome to bring your own food and drink to enjoy during the film, but we also provide a free ice cream in the half time interval, when we also draw a raffle (contributions to the raffle are greatly appreciated). All profits from the night go to the upkeep of the village hall. Paul

Proposed new J11 services – AGAIN?!

Apologies for those who have seen this item already - we are re-posting it as the auto-email notifying you of new posts has been offline for a few days. Please do read this very important message. Most residents of Wardington will have received a further letter from Cherwell Council planning department about amendments to the application for a new service station on the A361 at J11 of the M40. The letter states that the layout of the buildings has been altered and the previously proposed hotel removed. The Editor of this website is firmly opposed to this proposal and would like to urge all residents of a similar opinion to comment on the Planning Portal here: https://www.publicaccess.cherwell.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&keyVal=OPQVWTEMK8A00. Comments can also

Proposed new J11 services – AGAIN?!

Most residents of Wardington will have received a further letter from Cherwell Council planning department about amendments to the application for a new service station on the A361 at J11 of the M40. The letter states that the layout of the buildings has been altered and the previously proposed hotel removed. The Editor of this website is firmly opposed to this proposal and would like to urge all residents of a similar opinion to comment on the Planning Portal here: https://www.publicaccess.cherwell.gov.uk/online-applications/submitComment.do?action=submitComment&activeTab=neighbourComments. Comments can also be emailed to DM.comments@cherwell-dc.gov.uk. A few facts to consider when deciding whether or not to comment: There is a large Premier Inn already at J11, and Ermont Way service station is a few meters beyond this.