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The Oxhill News

April 2014

This months News



Village Hall Events

Please note that The Village Hall will continue to operate as normal during the Sewer Renewal works in Whatcote Road. Residents of Whatcote Road are welcome to use the Car Park at their own risk but please be mindful of classes and events that are scheduled to take place therein. The Hall is used every Monday evening between 6.00pm and 8.00pm, every Wednesday between 9.30am and 12.30pm, every Thursday morning between 9.00am and 11.00am plus the events listed below.

Forthcoming Events

An English Friday Night @ The Village Hall
11 April, 2014

Another casual Friday Night event but this time with an English theme; Shakespeare’s Birthday & St George’s Day on the 23rd of April makes this a good reason to celebrate being English with a very English Supper of Cottage Pie and Vegetables (a Veggie version of Cottage Pie will be available) plus a pudding and a quiz all for £9 per person. Food will be available between 8.00pm and 9.30pm and the quiz will be held at a convenient point during the evening.

Village Hall Committee AGM – Tuesday, 29 April

The Village Hall Committee AGM will take place on Thursday, 25 April at 8.00pm and this is an opportunity for new ideas to influence the way that the Village Hall is run and the sort of event that is available. Even if you do not want to stand for a committee post, please come along and enjoy a glass of wine and let us have your thoughts on how you would like to see the Village Hall develop.

Derek Harbour - 680676

Not Scarecrow Weekend but Scarecrow -
FRIDAY on 16 May

Thanks to Oxhill’s favourite impresario, Pat Crowther, we are thrilled to have secured The Scarecrow Band for a gig on the 16th of May. They are an Oxfordshire based Folk-style band with an uplifting original and traditional repertoire, see www.scarecrowband.co.uk for details and to hear some examples of their music. They have delighted audiences from the Isle of Wight all the way to Sheffield and now Oxhill! Doors will open at 7.30 and the first music session will begin at 8.00pm.

Tickets, which will go quickly, at only £7.50 each can be ordered from Tricia Harbour on 680676.

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