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“Cherwell; a thriving economy, a thriving place” workshop

Cherwell District Council has ambitious and exciting plans to create a 10-year strategy that will deliver a vibrant, prosperous and sustainable economy - for everyone! It’s about making our district an attractive and prosperous place in which to live and work. Workshop: "Cherwell; a thriving economy, a thriving place" Date: Tuesday 12 November 2019 Time: 5.45pm – 9.45pm (refreshments on arrival from 5.15pm) Venue:  RAF Upper Heyford Heritage Centre, Upper Heyford OX25 5HD To book click here: Eventbrite registration

HS2 – Advanced Works Notice – A361 through Wardington

Fusion working on behalf of HS2 have issued an Advance Works Notification for Road construction works A361 through Wardington You will shortly see works starting late October on the A361 though Wardington and we will be keeping you updated and informed as these works progress. What we will be doing in your area? We will be widening the existing road at three bends on the A361 within Wardington, installing a puffin crossing and carrying out other associated road improvement works. These works will include the below: • Grass and shrub trimming • Road widening • Installation of road crossing • New road markings • New village gateways (village sign, road markings and gate entrance feature) at the north and south

HS2 – Local Drop in at Wardington

Fusion working on behalf of HS2  invite the residents of the Wardington, Williamscot and Coton area to: HS2 Drop-In HS2 Construction Work is progressing at Chipping Warden It won’t be long before they start in Wardington The Parish Council has arranged a Drop-In meeting with the contractors. Date: Tuesday October 15th 2019 Time: Between 4.00pm and 7.00pm Venue: St. Mary Magdalene Church, Wardington (many thanks to the Churchwardens) Ask about: Road Closures Traffic Levels Traffic Management Work on the A361 through the Village Rat Run Control Timing of the Work Programme Help and Guidance for: Local Businesses, Farmers, Residents with Properties on the A361, All the Rest of Us How Long will we be affected by HS2 Construction Work. Come

INFORMATION AND PERIODIC NOTICE: SPORTS FIELD 

Please could you be aware that the Sports Field is privately owned and not withstanding that there is a public footpath, the usage of it is historically and currently kindly given by the landowners.    The current cricket club, its members and supporters work tirelessly to maintain a high standard of cultivation and presentation for all to enjoy.   Therefore a periodic disclaimer is that :   All and any users  whilst within the sports field boundary do so at entirely their own risk and no liability for damage to any property or vehicles, theft or personal injuries however caused will be accepted by the landowners nor their agent.   Robert Harwood  Owner's Agent October 10th 2019

HS2 Drop-in at Wardington

HS2 Drop-In HS2 Construction Work is progressing at Chipping Warden It won’t be long before they start work in Wardington The Parish Council has arranged a Drop-In meeting with the contractors. Date: Tuesday,  October 15th Time: Between 4.00pm and 7.00pm Venue: The Church (many thanks to the Churchwardens) Ask about:- ·       Road Closures ·       Traffic Levels ·       Traffic Management ·       Work on the A361 through the Village ·       Rat Run Control ·       Timing of the Work Programme ·       Help and Guidance for: Local Businesses, Farmers, Residents with Properties on the A361, All the Rest of Us ·       How Long will we be affected by HS2 Construction Work   Come along anytime between 4pm and 7pm   Require more information Please

Tai Chi Classes

TAI CHI Gentle movement for health and wellbeing at Wardington Memorial Hall   October 2019 Programme Tuesdays October 1st 10:00 – 11:00am October 8th 2:00 – 3:00pm October 15th 10:00 – 11:00am October 22nd 10:00 – 11:00am October 29th 10:00 – 11:00am * * * * * * * * * *   For further details contact: 01295 758084 * * * * Please feel free to drop in and observe if you would like to.

Harvest Supper Saturday 5th October 2019

Tickets are selling well, make sure you don't miss out! An event for all the family Saturday 5th October 2019 at 6pm in Wardington Memorial Hall This is an event for everyone, young and old with live music, fun and laughter. Enjoy Cottage Pie (vegetarian option available), Harvest Puddings of fruit pies and crumble, followed by Cheese & Biscuits, cash bar and a raffle. There will be a children's table with colouring and other activities so parents can relax!  All proceeds to St. Mary Magdalene. Adults £12, Children (8-16) £7 (under 8's FREE), OAP £9. Tickets from Steve Mackenzie-Lawrie on 07950 411373 or steve.mlawrie@btinternet.com

WARDINGTON CRICKET CLUB DINNER DANCE

DINNER DANCE AND END OF SEASON PRESENTATION EVENING SATURDAY THE 12TH OF OCTOBER 7PM WARDINGTON VILLAGE HALL PIG ROAST, LIVE MUSIC, BAR, RAFFLE AND LAUGHS! VAST SELECTION OF HOMEMADE PUDDINGS BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND! TICKETS £20 (TABLE BOOKINGS FOR UP TO 8 PEOPLE ALSO AVAILABLE) FOR TICKETS, CONTACT CHRIS ON 07831 337 363 OR CLAIRE ON 07903 068 813

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Harvest Supper Saturday 5th October 2019

An event for all the family Saturday 5th October 2019 at 6pm in Wardington Memorial Hall This is an event for everyone, young and old with live music, fun and laughter. Enjoy Cottage Pie (vegetarian option available), Harvest Puddings of fruit pies and crumble, followed by Cheese & Biscuits, cash bar and a raffle. There will be a children's table with colouring and other activities so parents can relax!  All proceeds to St. Mary Magdalene. Adults £12, Children (8-16) £7 (under 8's FREE), OAP £9. Tickets from Steve Mackenzie-Lawrie on 07950 411373 or steve.mlawrie@btinternet.com

Wardington fete 2019 raises 5 year record!

The Fete this year raised just under £2,000, a record for the last five years. We have made a donation to Dogs For Good as our nominated charity, and the money raised will be split between the Cricket Club and the Church Fabric Fund. Thanks to everyone who attended and who helped to make this ever-popular event such a success this year. Special thanks go to Bridget and Forbes Elworthy for hosting the day, all the clubs and societies running games and all the volunteers who help organise and set up the event. Thanks also to Evelyn Phillips for opening the fete once again this year.

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