Deddington News


WHAT'S HAPPENING IN DEDDINGTON RIGHT NOW

Two Great Events on 22 September

'Into the Breach' is a heartwarming drama of love, war and odd jobs, written and performed by Mark Carey, in aid of Space2Learn at the Windmill, 6.30pm. The piano recital of works by Scarlatti, Bach, Beethoven and Schubert is given by Jill Crossland, in the Parish Church at 7.30pm.

Abseiling Annie's Angels

If you in the vicinity of the Parish Church on Saturday 29 September at 12 noon, cast your eyes skywards, for lo and behold, Annie and her team of angels (Caroline, Kirsten and Olivia) are planning to abseil down the 104ft tower to raise funds for a new electronic organ. You can sponsor them by going to their JustGiving page, telephoning the vicarage on 336880, or by email.

New Housing by Wimborn Close?

Pembury Estates are holding a public exhibition on Wednesday 26 September, 3-8pm, in the Windmill Centre lounge to show their plans for a 21-unit new housing development to the west of Wimborn Close on the Hempton Road.

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Parish Show Results

Full results of the Parish Show 2018, held on 1 September, are here. Pic (right) is Stan Nelson's winning 'Display of Home Grown Fruit' .

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September

Wed 19: PC Meeting, Primary School, 7.30pm

Fri 21: DOGS: Olton Golf Club

Sat 22: Farmers’ Market, Market Place, 9.00am–12.30pm

Sat 22: Space2Learn, Into the Breach, Windmill, 6.30pm

Sat 22: Piano Recital, Jill Crosland, Scarlatti, Bach, Beethoven and Schubert, tickets £10 Banbury TIC or at door, Parish Church, 7.30pm

Thu 27: Book Group, for details contact Sally Lambert on 01869 338094

Sat 29: Annie Angels abseling down Church tower, 12 noon

Sat 29: Harvest Supper, Parish Church, 6.00–9.00pm

 

October

Mon 1: Coffee Morning, Holly Tree Club, Holly Tree, 10.30am

Mon 1: Bookworms, Library, 6.30pm

Mon 1: RBL, Quarterly Meeting, Deddington Arms, 6.30pm

 

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