Calling all folk singers, guitarists, fiddlers and enthusiasts! The Hare and Hounds is pleased to host a monthly 'Folk Sessions' night, open to all. Whether you just have one tune you want to try out or want to come along to jam together for the whole evening, or just want to listen, everyone is welcome for an evening of music making and good beer. Sessions open the third Thursday of the Month, starting 19th May 2022, meeting 7.30pm 'til we finish! Hare and Hounds, Edgcote Lane, Wardington, OX17 1SH For more information contact Georgie on 07864 057526 For the Hare and Hounds call: 01295 750 645
We are open for business tonight until well past midnight!
We are going to be doing our first Sunday lunch tomorrow. Its a whole side of sirloin going in this time, so red meat lovers only! Big Yorkshires, Wardington grown beans, Culworth carrots, Mumford's sirloin and potatoes from Northampton, with Hooky beer gravy to boot, then finished off with crumble with apples from my own garden! Call 01295 750 645 to book in. Thanks and hope to see you here! Tim
The Hare & Hounds reopens today at 4pm! Tim, Gus and the team will be pouring a free drink for the whole village to celebrate! There will be free finger food at the opening and for the first few days, with the kitchen opening for dining in September. Tim can't wait to welcome you all and raise a glass to the end of lockdown and the permanent re-opening of your village pub!
The Hare & Hounds will formally open its doors at 4pm on Wednesday 25th August 2021. Tim, Gus and the team will be pouring a free drink for the whole village to celebrate! There will be free finger food at the opening and for the first few days, with the kitchen opening for dining in September. Tim can't wait to welcome you all and raise a glass to the end of lockdown and the permanent re-opening of your village pub!
Meet Tim Steel, the new landlord of the the Hare & Hounds, who is a restaurateur from the West End in London with award winning sites in Mayfair and Covent Garden. He lives just a few miles from the village and will be hands-on making sure that the pub serves the needs of Wardington and its surroundings. Gus, a very experienced Kiwi publican who has had many senior positions at London pubs, will help run the site alongside Tim. He has also relocated up here and lives just south of Brackley. There will be fantastic traditional pub food, with ingredients sourced from local suppliers. Tim and Gus look forward to welcoming you on the 17th of August with a free
HS2/Fusion Drop-in cancelled After careful consideration, taking into account government advice, the bi-weekly drop-in events at The Hare and Hounds in Wardington have been cancelled until further notice. Note: The drop-in scheduled for Wednesday, 18th March 2020 is cancelled. If you have any concerns in respect of the roadworks being carried out by Fusion on the A361 through Wardington you can:- Contact - HS2/ Fusion on Freephone 08081 434434 or Contact - Wardington Parish Council on 01295 758084 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org Wardington Parish Council
Minutes of the Wardington Parish Council Meeting Location: Wardington Memorial Hall Date: Tuesday, 18th April, 2017 (7:30pm) In Attendance: Mr G Page (Chairman), Mr M Patterson, Mr I Franklin, Mr G Martin, Mr K Atack (District Councillor), Mr B Jarrett (Clerk) Parishioners: Ms C Jokumsen, Mr N Bond. Apologies: Mr N Bankes, Mr A Crossley, Mrs A Pascoe 1. Minutes of previous meetings. (21st March, 2017) approved and signed. 2. Matters arising from previous minutes. 2.1 HS2 Update Mr G Page reported that the Wardington HS2 Action Group was meeting with OCC Highways on the 27th April for an update on the HS2 mitigation measures and how these are addressing the points listed in the OCC Risk Register. Ms Jokumsen and
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Monday 2nd December saw Robert Harwood launch his autobiography entitled ”My Life in Service” at the Plough in Upper Wardington. Attended by Neil Gadsby, Chairman and Founder of The Katharine House Hospice and large numbers of villagers, the event was great fun and very well supported. Mr Gadsby gave a very warm speech of thanks to Robert and Robert replied with a very moving tribute to all who had helped in publishing the book. Robert's commitment and dedication to Wardington was clearly greatly appreciated by all who attended however his popularity within the community may well be dimmed once everyone reads what he's written about them in the book!