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Cropedy Tennis Club – 2017 Season News

Club nights are from 24 April (6.00pm onwards) on Mondays for all members and on Wednesdays for ladies only. Anyone interested in joining the club can come along to any club night to meet and play along with the other

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Hands off our Horton: Meeting 16 March 2017

Villagers will recently have received this flyer and suggested letter of support through their letterbox. There is a meeting to discuss these proposals on 16th March between 7-9pm at St Marys Church, Banbury. If this is an issue you feel

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Hands Off the Horton

How you can help to save the Horton Hospital by writing to the OCCG via your GP. Read the letter to the Parish Council from the Chairman of the Keep Horton General Campaign: Save Horton Hospital

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Temporary Road Closure: Warwick Road

OXFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL Temporary Traffic Regulation Order – S14 Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 WARWICK ROAD MOD1 TMP for CLOSURE and 7.5T Weight Limit restriction – Banbury, B4100 Warwick Road A request has been received from Murphy Group for a

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Survey on Policing and Crime

The Police and Crime Commissioner for the Thames Valley would like your views on policing and crime. This Summer, the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner is seeking views from the residents of Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Berkshire on policing

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Bowls, plates, umbrella left behind at Village Hall after BBQ

There were a few bowls, plates and an umbrella left behind at Village Hall after Queen’s 90th Birthday BBQ. If you think they may be yours please phone 730442 or call in at Roselands (opposite Church Lane) to collect.

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Cropredy Tennis Club – 2016 Season News

Club nights are from mid April (6.00pm onwards) on Mondays for all members and on Wednesdays for ladies only. Anyone interested in joining the club can come along to any club night to meet and play along with the other

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The Thames Water for Wildlife project – Can you help?

Read more here: The Thames Water for Wildlife project March16

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Help our Bug Life with the B-Lines Initiative

Buglife – The Invertebrate Conservation Trust is committed to halting declines in our native insect pollinators, which have suffered significant declines over recent decades as a consequence of habitat loss, pesticide use and other factors. Native insect pollinators provide an

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Brownies in Hornton

1st Hornton and Horley Brownies will be starting again on Monday evenings beginning the 29th February. Brownies is for girls aged seven to ten who become a member of a Six and follow a programme called the Brownie Adventure. Brownies

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