Thursday 14th December 2017 Promoting Enterprise in the Kidlington Community
December 2017 — a vacancy has arisen for a Governor at Gosford Hill School.
The Governing Body comprises people drawn from the school's community: parents, school staff, and the community as a whole.
The Governing Body acts corporately and is collectively responsible for decisions taken.
If you are interested to find out more about this role and are able to commit to two evenings per term plus occasional events then please contact the Clerk to the Governors, Clare Carpen on 01865-374971 or email email@example.com.
Click on the school's crest, above, to read more about Gosford Hill School.
NEW FOR 2018: EVENTS CALENDAR FOR THE YEAR AHEAD. Please refer to the calendar at the top of this page and note that you can now notify KV of your upcoming event as soon as you have settled its date.CASSINGTON PARISH CLERK. Please see details elsewhere on this page for a vacancy which has arisen for a Parish Clerk at Cassington Parish Council.
GLEBE HOUSE urgently requires an extra Carer. If you know of anyone suitably qualified
please ask them to telephone Alex Jeyes on 01993-323232. Thank you.
THAMES VALLEY POLICE
Thames Valley Police report increased break-in activity in the Kidlington area and advise everyone to be extra vigilant and double-check
windows and doors.
DID YOU MISS?
Fans of Chief Inspector Morse may be interested to read more about the Oxford author Colin Dexter in a tribute to Colin which was posted here in September 2017.
KIDLINGTON MAPS & STATISTICS 2017
Working in partnership with Cherwell District Council and Kidlington Parish Council, Legacy Leisure invites you to speak to Matthew Joyce and ...
Stratfield Brake Sports Ground is sited not far from Kidlington's Sainsbury's roundabout and the venue offers:
free car parking – events for up to 100 guests – stunning views over sports fields from its floor-to-ceiling windows and large meeting rooms.
The venue is suitable for business conferences and private parties.
To discuss your event's requirement and to learn more about its quiet location and exceptional value for money please contact the venue's manager Matthew Joyce on 01865-847496 or email matthew.joyce@ legacyleisure.org.uk.
Saturday 20th January, 2017. Screening from 7.30pm at Kirtlington village hall. Tickets (£5/£3) at the door. For more information, and to list the titles next up in 2018, please click the poster above.
ABOUT THIS FILM Warren Schmidt is retiring from his position as an actuary with Woodmen of the World, a life insurance company in Omaha, Nebraska. After a retirement dinner, Schmidt finds it hard to adjust to his new life, feeling useless. He sees a television advertisement about a foster program for African children, Plan USA, and decides to sponsor a child. He soon receives an information package with a photo of his foster child, a small Tanzanian boy named Ndugu Umbo, to whom he relates his life in a series of candid, rambling letters.
NEW APPOINTMENT: following the retirement of the current Musical
Director, the Kidlington Amateur Operatic Society (KAOS) seeks to appoint a new Director in early January
2018 to be effective from January 2019.
The Society performs to high standards and is open to
new ideas for future stage productions and choral
An honorarium is payable.
For an informal discussion contact David Betts on 01865-375613 or Simon
Street 01865- 371748. Click on the KAOS logo, above, to visit our
website (www.kaos.news). Closing date 31st December, 2017.