From morris dancers to ferret racing and bee keeping to basket making – join us for a day of celebrating all things rural at the 16th annual Wychwood Forest Fair.
Join the Wychwood Project on Saturday August 15th from 11am to visit Honeydale Farm’s fields of flowers and grasses that encourage bees and other pollinators. We will walk the fields and hear a bit about the conservation work on the farm and the role of pollinators.
The draft minutes from the July Parish Council meeting are now available to view online.
The draft minutes from the June Parish Council meeting are now available to view online.
Oxfordshire County Council would like your views on its service change proposals for subsidised bus services and Dial-a-Ride. The council needs to save more than £6 million on supported transport services and some of this will have to come from reducing the current £4 million a year the council pays in bus subsidies and to run the Dial-a-Ride …
The New Wychwood Singers will be holding a concert on Sunday 5th July 2015 from 7.30pm at Tiddy Hall in Ascott-under-Wychwood. Tickets are £8 and include a glass of wine, and are available from from Joanna van de Poll, 01993 830090. All proceeds to Actionaid.
On July 5th Wychwood Circle will tackle a daunting topic, that of our own brains. Under the heading ‘The Divided Brain’ we hope to have a discussion stimulated by psychiatrist and former fellow in literature at All Souls, Oxford Ian McGilchrist’s thesis concerning the two very different hemispheres of our brains.
The Royal Horticultural Society will lead a Gardeners’ Question Time in the Milton-under-Wychwood Village Hall on Tuesday 23 June at 7.30pm. Entry is free by ticket from Joanna van de Poll on 01993 830090.