Thursday, 23 May 2019

Risky business

IAN JONES will give a talk called “Forty years bomb disposal — still 10 fingers” to a meeting of Ridgeway U3A at the Watlington’s ...

 

I’ll help people do their bit for environment, says mum

I’ll help people do their bit for environment, says mum

A MOTHER from Watlington has set up a zero waste sustainability business. Steph Van de Pette says that So Sustainable provides refill ...

 

Gardeners raise £350

AN open gardens event raised almost £350 for Watlington in Bloom. Nine gardens around the town were open to the public on bank holiday ...

 

Awards idea

WATLINGTON Town Football Club could introduce awards for its players. Parish councillor Tim Horton suggested the idea, saying the ...

 

Supporting clean air

A NUMBER of events will take place in Watlington around National Clean Air Day on Thursday, June 20. The parish council is to ask the ...

 

Speedwatch

A SPEEDWATCH campaign could be launched in Watlington. The scheme, which runs nationally, involves residents and the police working ...

 

Heroes plea

MORE nominees are needed for the inaugural Watlington and Community Volunteer Awards. These are being organised by the parish council ...

 

New faces on council

WATLINGTON Parish Council has six new faces. Tim Horton, of The Goggs, and Nick Hancock, of Brook Street, have returned, having failed ...

 

Darn rabbits

RABBITS have been burrowing in Watlington recreation ground. Parish councillor Nicky Smallbone said: “We have gone round filling up ...

 

Fair cancelled

WATLINGTON Primary School has cancelled its spring fair, which was due to be held tomorrow (Saturday). It says it failed to find ...

 

Watlington artists’ work is on show as week hailed a success

Watlington artists’ work is on show as week hailed a success

THE inaugural Watlington Artweeks has been hailed a success, writes David White. Forty-four artists are showcasing their work, ...

 

Teenage baker switches from her kitchen to shop

Teenage baker switches from her kitchen to shop

A TEENAGE girl who set up her own bakery business from home has now opened a shop. Kitty Tait, 15, started the Orange Bakery in her ...

 

Make shapes

CIRCLE dancing is being held in Watlington. The group meets every Thursday at the sports pavilion from 2pm to 4pm. All are welcome and ...

 

Plot buddies

A COMPANIONSHIP scheme between Watlington’s allotment holders and the town’s doctors’ surgery could be launched. George Bruce, ...

 

Family help

CHEQUES for £200 have been awarded to Watlington Youth Club and the Watlington and Chalgrove First Steps Family Hubs. The money was ...

 

Site visit set to determine noise levels of new pitches

A SITE visit will be carried out to assess potential noise from a new multi-use games area in Watlington. The parish council wants to ...

 

Care home is top rated

A CARE home in Watlington has been given the highest rating possible by a watchdog. Sanctuary Care’s Watlington and District Nursing ...

 

Town calendar

THE Friends of Watlington Library has launched a photography competition. A dozen images showcasing the town will be selected for a ...

 

First artweeks preview hailed a success by organisers

First artweeks preview hailed a success by organisers

HUNDREDS of people attended a preview event for the inaugural Watlington Artweeks. Forty-four artists will be showcasing their work ...

 

Fund transfer

A FUND has been transferred to Watlington Parish Council on the condition that it is used only to secure a dedicated building for the ...

 

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