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  C A L E N D A R
  September 2016
Above 'Anna and the Men' from a show by Kidlington's Amateur Operatic Society. Don't miss 'The Gondoliers' October 2016 — visit the KAOS Website .

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September 2016

 1  Thu 1 Sep

⚫ Low Vision
11.00am at Kidlington Library. Demonstration of the machine to help those with low vision.

⚫ An Evening with Faith Martin
5.30pm to 6.30pm at Kidlington Library. Meet the Author.

Regular events on Thursdays:

Gentle Yoga Sessions
9.30am to 10.30pm (in term time) Kidlington Baptist Church Hall. Tel: 01295-221803.

Citizen's Advice Bureau
10.00am to 1.00pm at Exeter Hall. Appointments Tel: 01869-321806.

Kidlington Day Centre
10.30am to 2.00pm at Exeter Hall. Day Centre and Lunch Club.

Library Computers
2.00pm to 3.00pm at Kidlington library. Age UK, use of library computers, classes.

Kidlington Air Cadets
7.00pm to 9.30pm at Deaufort House, Sterling Road. Tel: 01865-379950.

Parish Council
7.30pm at Exeter Hall, Full Council or Sub-Committee meetings.

Table Tennis Club
7.00pm to 10.00pm at Kidlington Forum, Crown Road Pavillion.

Job Vacancy
MANAGER TACKLEY VILLAGE SHOP & POST OFFICE

£20,000 per annum pro rata for 25-30 hours per week.
  This is an exciting opportunity for a well organised person with leadership and customer service experience to play a vital role in the community, managing the thriving village shop including post office and café. You will manage a team of paid and volunteer staff to keep the shop well stocked and open 7 days a week. Hours are 25-30 per week over 5 days, to include some early evening and weekend hours, plus statutory holiday entitlement.
  For further information and application details contact Judy Robson. Email: judyrobson@msn.com or telephone 01869-331352. Closing date for completed applications is 7th October 2016.


A 4-Bedroom House in Linkside Avenue, North Oxford.

Tel: 01865-311011.


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C L I C K


GOSFORD HILL SCHOOL
Governor Recruitment

The Governing Body


The Governing Body at Gosford Hill School is looking to appoint new Governors with immediate start. The Governing Body needs a mix of skills and experience to contribute to effective governance and the success of the school and its students. School Governors are people drawn from the school’s community: parents, school staff and the wider community as a whole, and they play a vital role in shaping the education of young people by helping set the Ethos, Vision and Strategy for the school. The Governing Body acts corporately and is collectively responsible for the decisions it takes. To find out more and to contact the school please download this letter of invitation.


FINDERS KEEPERS
  Letting Agent with properties in the Kidlington Area

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Finders_Keepers
 2  Fri 2 Sep

⚫ Kidlington Townswomen
7.30pm, St. Thomas More Church Hall. Talk on 'Bees and Honey Making'.

Regular events on Fridays:

Kidlington Information Centre
10.00am to 2.00pm, Local Information Centre open at Exeter Hall. Tel: 01865-378479.

Kidlington High Flyers Age UK
10.00am to 3.00pm, Exeter Hall, Community Club, £10.00 includes hot lunch.

Community Foodbank
11.00am to 1.00pm at Kidlington Baptist Church, High Street. North Oxfordshire Community Foodbank.

Table Tennis Club
7.00pm to 10.00pm at Kidlington Forum, Crown Road Pavillion.

Available Now
TO LET: OFFICE/RETAIL SPACE


  Office/Retail space to let in central Kidlington. Available now. First floor at 12 Banbury Road. Two adjacent rooms total 37.21 sq metres. Viewing by appointment only. Tel: 01865-375085.

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    Hits since advertised on 13 Sept 2016: 43




  ALSO COMING AVAILABLE from November 2016 at 12 Banbury Road, Kidlington, an outbuilding suitable for use as Office/Retail/Studio/Workshop. See photograph with contact details in a separate advertisement further down this page.

Evolution Tattoo Studio

Amazing work...”       ★★★★★ International & Guest Artists ★★★★★     All-time hits: 1809  

 3  Sat 3 Sep

⚫ Midsummer Magical Creatures
11.00am to 3.00pm at Kidlington Library.
Drop-in family workshop.

 4  Sun 4 Sep

⚫ Flower & Produce Show
2.30pm at Exeter Hall. Entrance £1.00, children and exhibitors free.
Raffle & refreshments. Prize-giving from 4.00pm.

Regular events on Sundays:

St. Mary's Summer Teas
3.00pm to 5.00pm (May to September) St. Mary's Church, Kidlington. Tea, coffee, and cakes in the refectory.

Parish Youth Group
7.00pm (in term time), St. John's Church, Broadway. 11-16 years of age for fun, food, and friendship.


A two-bedroom apartment in central Kidlington ideal for access to the Aviation School.

Tel: 01865-311011.


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KIDLINGTON LIBRARY APPEAL

  Some of our neighbours in Kidlington cannot get to their local library, often because of their age or a disability. Do you go to Kidlington's library? Would you be interested in helping to choose and deliver books to someone living nearby you in the village? If so, please click this following link for more information about how you can help: Home Library Service. Thank you. A library service user writes: ‘The Home Library Service means a lot to me, it’s a real lifeline. Having reached this age of 88, I hadn’t realised how alone you are. It makes me appreciate the Home Library Service more than ever.'


Evolution Hair Design

Stunning couple...”       ★★★★★ Weddings & Very Special Occasions ★★★★★     All-time hits: 1413  


Noticeboard Hits
Thursday 29th September, 2016.


 5  Mon 5 Sep

Kidlington Community Singers
Note the new time: 10.30am to 12.30pm at Kidlington Baptist Church.

⚫ Kidlington Camera Club
7.30pm at the Forester's Hall, High Street, Kidlington.
Exciting wildlife from around the world. Tom Way is an award-winning wildlife photographer and Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2015. Tom has promised a mix of wild and garden species – so you can see what can be done at your home, as well as further afield!

⚫ Rotary Club - talk about South Africa
7.30pm to 9.30pm at The Kings Head public house Woodstock.
This Woodstock & Kidlington Rotary Club meeting includes a talk by Tony McHugh on his impressions of South Africa. Visitors welcome, but with advance notice for numbers please, by telephone to 01933-812187 or 01865-372157.

Regular events on Mondays:

Kidlington Information Centre
10.00am to 2.00pm, Local Information Centre open at Exeter Hall. Tel: 01865-378479.

Kidlington High Flyers Age UK
10.00am to 3.00pm, Exeter Hall, Community Club, £10.00 includes hot lunch.

Kidlington Health Walk
10.30am meet at Thrupp car park for 3-mile walk, approx one hour.

Kidlington Community Singers
10.30am to 12.30pm at the Baptist Church, High Street, Kidlington.

Kidlington Fire Cadets
6.30pm to 8.30pm, Kidlington Fire Station, Sterling Road.

Kidlington St. John Ambulance
8.00pm, St. John Ambulance Hall. Adult group meeting.

Kidlington Folk Dance Group
7.45pm (term time only), Edward Feild Primary School, Kidlington.

 6  Tue 6 Sep

⚫ NEW PLAYGROUP: Little Acorns
10.00am to 11.30am at St. John's Hall Church, Broadway, Kidlington. Playgroup for children age 0 to 5 years and their carers. Free admission.

⚫ Sing & Sign
10.00am to 10.30am at Kidlington Library. Babies use all kinds of signs and gestures as a natural part of learning to talk. Encouraging your baby with extra signs like milk, more, change nappy or tired will help your baby communicate!

⚫ University of the Third Age
2.00pm at the Enterprise Centre, Marlborough School, Woodstock. Tel: 01865-580688. 'Life in the BBC' by Bill Heine.

⚫ Friendly Faces
2.00pm to 4.00pm at the Methodist Church Hall, Oxford Road, Kidlington.

Regular events on Tuesdays:

Little Acorns Playgroup
10.00am to 11.30am at St. John's Hall Church, Broadway, Kidlington. Playgroup for children age 0 to 5 years and their carers. Free admission.

Kidlington Health Walk
10.30am meet at Kidlington Centre Precinct for walk approx one hour.

Kidlington Netball Club
7.30pm to 9.30pm at Rutten Lane, Yarnton. Tel: 01865-377220.

St. Mary's Bellringers
7.30pm to 9.00pm at St. Mary's Church, Church Street, for practise.

Foresters' Bar Meeting Point
Evening meet up for the over 50's to make new friends in a relaxed environment.

Kidlington Air Cadets
7.00pm to 9.30pm at Deaufort House, Sterling Road. Tel: 01865-379950.

Family Yoga Sessions
3.30pm to 4.30pm at St. Thomas More School Tel: 01295-221803.



 7  Wed 7 Sep

⚫ Wednesday Retired Club
10.30am to 12.30pm at St John's Hall Church, Broadway, Kidlington. Gillian Cane talks on Bletchley Park.

⚫ Kidlington Townswomen
7.30pm at St Thomas More Church. "The History of Pinewood Studios" - a talk by Mr M Payne.

⚫ Kidlington Gardening Society
7.30pm at St John's Ambulance Hall (opposite Tesco).

Regular events on Wednesdays:

Kidlington Information Centre
10.00am to 2.00pm, Local Information Centre open at Exeter Hall. Tel: 01865-378479.

 8  Thu 8 Sep

⚫ Low Vision
11.00am at Kidlington Library. Demonstration of the machine to help those with low vision.

⚫ Kidlington Trefoil Guild
2.00pm to 4.00pm at the Guide Centre.

Regular events on Thursdays:

Gentle Yoga Sessions
9.30am to 10.30pm (in term time) Kidlington Baptist Church Hall. Tel: 01295-221803.

Citizen's Advice Bureau
10.00am to 1.00pm at Exeter Hall. Appointments Tel: 01869-321806.

Kidlington Day Centre
10.30am to 2.00pm at Exeter Hall. Day Centre and Lunch Club.

Library Computers
2.00pm to 3.00pm at Kidlington library. Age UK, use of library computers, classes.

Kidlington Air Cadets
7.00pm to 9.30pm at Deaufort House, Sterling Road. Tel: 01865-379950.

Parish Council
7.30pm at Exeter Hall, Full Council or Sub-Committee meetings.

Table Tennis Club
7.00pm to 10.00pm at Kidlington Forum, Crown Road Pavillion.

 9  Fri 9 Sep

⚫ Deadline for Articles
By noon today, deadline for articles for the October 2016 edition of Kidlington News Magazine.

Regular events on Fridays:

Kidlington Information Centre
10.00am to 2.00pm, Local Information Centre open at Exeter Hall. Tel: 01865-378479.

Kidlington High Flyers Age UK
10.00am to 3.00pm, Exeter Hall, Community Club, £10.00 includes hot lunch.

Community Foodbank
11.00am to 1.00pm at Kidlington Baptist Church, High Street. North Oxfordshire Community Foodbank.

Table Tennis Club
7.00pm to 10.00pm at Kidlington Forum, Crown Road Pavillion.

Article


Performing Arts

Giles Woodforde writes:

Elsewhere on this September's noticeboard you’ll find an item about the Oxford School of Drama (OSD). The School is looking for host families for its students.

OSD doesn’t immediately strike you as a powerhouse, but that’s what it is. It sits in an idyllic rural setting just north of Kidlington, its Cotswold stone rehearsal studios blending seamlessly into the surrounding countryside. Pass by on the road to Glympton, and you wouldn’t know it was there. 100 yards further along the road, incidentally, is the headquarters of another major artistic enterprise, the European Union Baroque Orchestra.

OSD was founded 28 years ago by George Peck “in a derelict cottage just outside Oxford, ” as he describes it, with just nine students. Still in charge today, he’s a man for whom the expression “irrepressibly enthusiastic” might have been invented.

Described by Nicholas Hytner - until recently director of the National Theatre - as “in the top rank of British drama schools”, OSD now accepts only 4% of the candidates who audition for its one and three-year courses. Down the years OSD graduates have gathered numerous awards, and major stage, film, and TV roles: OSD graduate Claire Foy was nominated for a 2016 BAFTA for “Best Leading Actress” for her performance as Anne Boleyn in BBC TV’s Wolf Hall, for instance.

“The emerging talent is what keeps one going,” says George Peck. “The students come here with ambition: they want to act, and we test that ambition on a daily basis. At the end of their courses they manage to realise something that is really very special to them, and is profoundly important to their careers as creative artists.”


  Giles Woodforde is a long-time resident of Kidlington Village and was once a familiar voice to listeners of BBC Radio Oxford. He is best known as a feature writer and reviewer of the Performing Arts for the Oxford Times newspaper.


Noticeboard Hits
Thursday 29th September, 2016.


 10  Sat 10 Sep

⚫ Family Fun Day
11.00am to 4.00pm at Kidlington Methodist Church (opposite Exeter Hall). Live Music, Side Shows, Bouncy Castle, Face Painting, Craft Activities. Refreshments available. Free Admission.

⚫ Bingo Night
7.00pm for 7.30pm at St. Thomas More Church Hall. Refreshments & Raffle.

 11  Sun 11 Sep

Regular events on Sundays:

St. Mary's Summer Teas
3.00pm to 5.00pm (May to September) St. Mary's Church, Kidlington. Tea, coffee, and cakes in the refectory.

Parish Youth Group
7.00pm (in term time), St. John's Church, Broadway. 11-16 years of age for fun, food, and friendship.



Coming Soon   •   October 2016

 12  Mon 12 Sep

⚫ Have Your Say
2.00pm to 3.00pm at Kidlington Library. Meet your neighbourhood police team.

⚫ Kidlington Camera Club
7.30pm at the Forester's Hall, High Street, Kidlington.
Social evening and update on how to submit images for KCC competitions. Bring and share favourite images taken over the summer break.

Regular events on Mondays:

Kidlington Information Centre
10.00am to 2.00pm, Local Information Centre open at Exeter Hall. Tel: 01865-378479.

Kidlington High Flyers Age UK
10.00am to 3.00pm, Exeter Hall, Community Club, £10.00 includes hot lunch.

Kidlington Health Walk
10.30am meet at Thrupp car park for 3-mile walk, approx one hour.

Kidlington Community Singers
10.30am to 12.30pm at the Baptist Church, High Street, Kidlington.

Kidlington Fire Cadets
6.30pm to 8.30pm, Kidlington Fire Station, Sterling Road.

Kidlington St. John Ambulance
8.00pm, St. John Ambulance Hall. Adult group meeting.

Kidlington Folk Dance Group
7.45pm (term time only), Edward Feild Primary School, Kidlington.

 13  Tue 13 Sep

⚫ Kidlington Carers Group
10.30am to 12.30pm at the Methodist Church Hall.

⚫ Kidlington Family Help Desk
1.30pm to 4.00pm at Kidlington Library.

Regular events on Tuesdays:

Little Acorns Playgroup
10.00am to 11.30am at St. John's Hall Church, Broadway, Kidlington. Playgroup for children age 0 to 5 years and their carers. Free admission.

Kidlington Health Walk
10.30am meet at Kidlington Centre Precinct for walk approx one hour.

Kidlington Netball Club
7.30pm to 9.30pm at Rutten Lane, Yarnton. Tel: 01865-377220.

St. Mary's Bellringers
7.30pm to 9.00pm at St. Mary's Church, Church Street, for practise.

Foresters' Bar Meeting Point
Evening meet up for the over 50's to make new friends in a relaxed environment.

Kidlington Air Cadets
7.00pm to 9.30pm at Deaufort House, Sterling Road. Tel: 01865-379950.

Family Yoga Sessions
3.30pm to 4.30pm at St. Thomas More School Tel: 01295-221803.



 14  Wed 14 Sep

⚫ Kidlington Evergreen Club
2.00pm to 4.00pm at Exeter Hall. Harvest Festival.

Regular events on Wednesdays:

Kidlington Information Centre
10.00am to 2.00pm, Local Information Centre open at Exeter Hall. Tel: 01865-378479.

 15  Thu 15 Sep

⚫ Low Vision
11.00am at Kidlington Library. Demonstration of the machine to help those with low vision.

Regular events on Thursdays:

Gentle Yoga Sessions
9.30am to 10.30pm (in term time) Kidlington Baptist Church Hall. Tel: 01295-221803.

Citizen's Advice Bureau
10.00am to 1.00pm at Exeter Hall. Appointments Tel: 01869-321806.

Kidlington Day Centre
10.30am to 2.00pm at Exeter Hall. Day Centre and Lunch Club.

Library Computers
2.00pm to 3.00pm at Kidlington library. Age UK, use of library computers, classes.

Kidlington Air Cadets
7.00pm to 9.30pm at Deaufort House, Sterling Road. Tel: 01865-379950.

Parish Council
7.30pm at Exeter Hall, Full Council or Sub-Committee meetings.

Table Tennis Club
7.00pm to 10.00pm at Kidlington Forum, Crown Road Pavillion.


Noticeboard Hits
Thursday 29th September, 2016.


 16  Fri 16 Sep

⚫ Kidlington Voice Breakfast
7.15am for 7.30am at The Foresters Hall. Meeting to finish by 9.00am
but hall remains open to members to continue networking to 10.00am.
GUEST SPEAKER.
  Nigel Sellars is the newly appointed Headteacher of Gosford Hill School and was featured in the June edition of Kidlington News. The foundation of Kidlington Voice over 20 years ago is very much associated with Gosford Hill School: the principles of Voice linking Community, Business and Education. Since then much has changed, especially in Education, and Gosford Hill Secondary School became an Academy in 2012.

Regular events on Fridays:

Kidlington Information Centre
10.00am to 2.00pm, Local Information Centre open at Exeter Hall. Tel: 01865-378479.

Kidlington High Flyers Age UK
10.00am to 3.00pm, Exeter Hall, Community Club, £10.00 includes hot lunch.

Community Foodbank
11.00am to 1.00pm at Kidlington Baptist Church, High Street. North Oxfordshire Community Foodbank.

Table Tennis Club
7.00pm to 10.00pm at Kidlington Forum, Crown Road Pavillion.

Kidlington: OUTBUILDING TO LET

  Outbuilding in central Kidlington. Suitable for Office/Retail/Studio/Workshop. Coming available from November 2016 at 12 Banbury Road. Viewing by appointment only. Tel: 01865-375085.



 17  Sat 17 Sep

 18  Sun 18 Sep

⚫ Kidlington Rambling Club
9.30am meet for car-sharing at Gosford Hill School for a walk on the Oxon/Bucks border to Boarstall, approx 5 miles.

Regular events on Sundays:

St. Mary's Summer Teas
3.00pm to 5.00pm (May to September) St. Mary's Church, Kidlington. Tea, coffee, and cakes in the refectory.

Parish Youth Group
7.00pm (in term time), St. John's Church, Broadway. 11-16 years of age for fun, food, and friendship.


Noticeboard Hits
Thursday 29th September, 2016.


 19  Mon 19 Sep

⚫ Kidlington Camera Club
7.30pm at the Forester's Hall, High Street, Kidlington.
'Know your camera' – a workshop with Tony Andrews and Michael Watts.

⚫ Kidlington vs Climate Change
8.00pm to 9.30pm at Sainsbury's Cafe.

Regular events on Mondays:

Kidlington Information Centre
10.00am to 2.00pm, Local Information Centre open at Exeter Hall. Tel: 01865-378479.

Kidlington High Flyers Age UK
10.00am to 3.00pm, Exeter Hall, Community Club, £10.00 includes hot lunch.

Kidlington Health Walk
10.30am meet at Thrupp car park for 3-mile walk, approx one hour.

Kidlington Community Singers
10.30am to 12.30pm at the Baptist Church, High Street, Kidlington.

Kidlington Fire Cadets
6.30pm to 8.30pm, Kidlington Fire Station, Sterling Road.

Kidlington St. John Ambulance
8.00pm, St. John Ambulance Hall. Adult group meeting.

Kidlington Folk Dance Group
7.45pm (term time only), Edward Feild Primary School, Kidlington.

 20  Tue 20 Sep

⚫ Kidlington Evergreen Club
Depart Kidlington 9.30am for outing to Morton-in-the-Marsh with lunch at Wychwood Golf Club. £20.00.

⚫ Sing & Sign
10.00am to 10.30am at Kidlington Library. Babies use all kinds of signs and gestures as a natural part of learning to talk. Encouraging your baby with extra signs like milk, more, change nappy or tired will help your baby communicate!

⚫ Rhymetime
2.15pm to 2.45pm at Kidlington Library. Rhymetime for under 5's.

⚫ Friendly Faces
2.00pm to 4.00pm at the Methodist Church Hall, Oxford Road, Kidlington.

Regular events on Tuesdays:

Little Acorns Playgroup
10.00am to 11.30am at St. John's Hall Church, Broadway, Kidlington. Playgroup for children age 0 to 5 years and their carers. Free admission.

Kidlington Health Walk
10.30am meet at Kidlington Centre Precinct for walk approx one hour.

Kidlington Netball Club
7.30pm to 9.30pm at Rutten Lane, Yarnton. Tel: 01865-377220.

St. Mary's Bellringers
7.30pm to 9.00pm at St. Mary's Church, Church Street, for practise.

Foresters' Bar Meeting Point
Evening meet up for the over 50's to make new friends in a relaxed environment.

Kidlington Air Cadets
7.00pm to 9.30pm at Deaufort House, Sterling Road. Tel: 01865-379950.

Family Yoga Sessions
3.30pm to 4.30pm at St. Thomas More School Tel: 01295-221803.

 21  Wed 21 Sep

Regular events on Wednesdays:

Kidlington Information Centre
10.00am to 2.00pm, Local Information Centre open at Exeter Hall. Tel: 01865-378479.

 22  Thu 22 Sep

⚫ University of the Third Age
10.00am to 12.00noon at 'Ryegrass', Flemings Road, Woodstock OX20 1NB.
Please come and meet us at our Coffee Morning. For more information
about U3A Tel: 01865-580688.

⚫ Low Vision
11.00am at Kidlington Library. Demonstration of the machine to help those with low vision.

⚫ Kidlington Womens Institute
7.30pm at the Foresters Hall (above Tesco). Harvest Supper and distribution of Hyacinth bulbs for January competition.

Regular events on Thursdays:

Gentle Yoga Sessions
9.30am to 10.30pm (in term time) Kidlington Baptist Church Hall. Tel: 01295-221803.

Citizen's Advice Bureau
10.00am to 1.00pm at Exeter Hall. Appointments Tel: 01869-321806.

Kidlington Day Centre
10.30am to 2.00pm at Exeter Hall. Day Centre and Lunch Club.

Library Computers
2.00pm to 3.00pm at Kidlington library. Age UK, use of library computers, classes.

Kidlington Air Cadets
7.00pm to 9.30pm at Deaufort House, Sterling Road. Tel: 01865-379950.

Parish Council
7.30pm at Exeter Hall, Full Council or Sub-Committee meetings.

Table Tennis Club
7.00pm to 10.00pm at Kidlington Forum, Crown Road Pavillion.


Noticeboard Hits
Thursday 29th September, 2016.


 23  Fri 23 Sep

Regular events on Fridays:

Kidlington Information Centre
10.00am to 2.00pm, Local Information Centre open at Exeter Hall. Tel: 01865-378479.

Kidlington High Flyers Age UK
10.00am to 3.00pm, Exeter Hall, Community Club, £10.00 includes hot lunch.

Community Foodbank
11.00am to 1.00pm at Kidlington Baptist Church, High Street. North Oxfordshire Community Foodbank.

Table Tennis Club
7.00pm to 10.00pm at Kidlington Forum, Crown Road Pavillion.

 24  Sat 24 Sep

⚫ Antique and Collectors Market
10.00am to 1.00pm at Kidlington Methodist Church (opposite Exeter Hall). For silver, jewellery, coins, picture postcards & much more. Refreshments available. Free Admission

 25  Sun 25 Sep

⚫ Kidlington Fun Run
The Kidlington Fun Run is due to take place on Sunday 25th September 2016 from 3pm at Stratfield Brake Sports Ground. A 5km run and 1km family fun run in aid of Daybreak Dementia Day Clubs. Please visit www.kidlingtonfunrun.co.uk for more details or to book your place. Or contact Laura Bristow of Daybreak Oxford on mobile 07729-100553 or telephone 01865-776744. Daybreak Oxford is Registered Charity No. 1113182 www.daybreak-oxford.org.uk.

Regular events on Sundays:

St. Mary's Summer Teas
3.00pm to 5.00pm (May to September) St. Mary's Church, Kidlington. Tea, coffee, and cakes in the refectory.

Parish Youth Group
7.00pm (in term time), St. John's Church, Broadway. 11-16 years of age for fun, food, and friendship.

Noticeboard Hits
Thursday 29th September, 2016.


 26  Mon 26 Sep

⚫ Kidlington Camera Club
7.30pm at the Forester's Hall, High Street, Kidlington.
Summer Competition – ‘Abstract Shapes’ (digital image); and ‘Traditionally British’ (printed image).

⚫ Oxfordshire Family History Society
7.15pm for 8.00pm at Exeter Hall. A talk by Emma Walsh, "The Joys and Trials of having Non-Conformist Relatives". Non members welcome.

Regular events on Mondays:

Kidlington Information Centre
10.00am to 2.00pm, Local Information Centre open at Exeter Hall. Tel: 01865-378479.

Kidlington High Flyers Age UK
10.00am to 3.00pm, Exeter Hall, Community Club, £10.00 includes hot lunch.

Kidlington Health Walk
10.30am meet at Thrupp car park for 3-mile walk, approx one hour.

Kidlington Community Singers
10.30am to 12.30pm at the Baptist Church, High Street, Kidlington.

Kidlington Fire Cadets
6.30pm to 8.30pm, Kidlington Fire Station, Sterling Road.

Kidlington St. John Ambulance
8.00pm, St. John Ambulance Hall. Adult group meeting.

Kidlington Folk Dance Group
7.45pm (term time only), Edward Feild Primary School, Kidlington.

 27  Tue 27 Sep

⚫ Macular Society
10.15am at Frank Cook Court, School Road, Kidlington. With Mr James Sutton of Butterflies Healthcare.

⚫ Kidlington Carers Group
10.30am to 12.30pm at the Methodist Church Hall.

⚫ Kidlington Family Help Desk
1.30pm to 4.00pm at Kidlington Library.

⚫ Kidlington & District Historical Society
7.50pm at Willows Restaurant, Moorside Place, The Moors, Kidlington (take turning towards the Forge Garage). A talk by Chris Gowers, "Walking through Mercia - the Anglo-Saxon Kindgom of Central England".

Regular events on Tuesdays:

Little Acorns Playgroup
10.00am to 11.30am at St. John's Hall Church, Broadway, Kidlington. Playgroup for children age 0 to 5 years and their carers. Free admission.

Kidlington Health Walk
10.30am meet at Kidlington Centre Precinct for walk approx one hour.

Kidlington Netball Club
7.30pm to 9.30pm at Rutten Lane, Yarnton. Tel: 01865-377220.

St. Mary's Bellringers
7.30pm to 9.00pm at St. Mary's Church, Church Street, for practise.

Foresters' Bar Meeting Point
Evening meet up for the over 50's to make new friends in a relaxed environment.

Kidlington Air Cadets
7.00pm to 9.30pm at Deaufort House, Sterling Road. Tel: 01865-379950.

Family Yoga Sessions
3.30pm to 4.30pm at St. Thomas More School Tel: 01295-221803.

 28  Wed 28 Sep

Regular events on Wednesdays:

Kidlington Information Centre
10.00am to 2.00pm, Local Information Centre open at Exeter Hall. Tel: 01865-378479.

 29  Thu 29 Sep

⚫ Low Vision
11.00am at Kidlington Library. Demonstration of the machine to help those with low vision.

⚫ Kidlington Reminiscenses
2.00pm to 4.00pm at the Baptist Church Hall.

Regular events on Thursdays:

Gentle Yoga Sessions
9.30am to 10.30pm (in term time) Kidlington Baptist Church Hall. Tel: 01295-221803.

Citizen's Advice Bureau
10.00am to 1.00pm at Exeter Hall. Appointments Tel: 01869-321806.

Kidlington Day Centre
10.30am to 2.00pm at Exeter Hall. Day Centre and Lunch Club.

Library Computers
2.00pm to 3.00pm at Kidlington library. Age UK, use of library computers, classes.

Kidlington Air Cadets
7.00pm to 9.30pm at Deaufort House, Sterling Road. Tel: 01865-379950.

Parish Council
7.30pm at Exeter Hall, Full Council or Sub-Committee meetings.

Table Tennis Club
7.00pm to 10.00pm at Kidlington Forum, Crown Road Pavillion.

 30  Fri 30 Sep

Regular events on Fridays:

Kidlington Information Centre
10.00am to 2.00pm, Local Information Centre open at Exeter Hall. Tel: 01865-378479.

Kidlington High Flyers Age UK
10.00am to 3.00pm, Exeter Hall, Community Club, £10.00 includes hot lunch.

Community Foodbank
11.00am to 1.00pm at Kidlington Baptist Church, High Street. North Oxfordshire Community Foodbank.

Table Tennis Club
7.00pm to 10.00pm at Kidlington Forum, Crown Road Pavillion.


  C A L E N D A R
  October 2016


October 2016

 1  Sat 1 Oct

⚫ Family History Fair
10.00am to 4.00pm at Marlborough School, Woodstock.
With free entry and plenty of free parking, Oxfordshire's FHS Family History Fair will help you with your research into your ancestors and their life. For further details contact the fair's organiser Angie Trueman: by email to fair@ofhs.org.uk or telephone 01488-71714.

 2  Sun 2 Oct

⚫ Family Film Favourites
2.00pm, Edward Feild Primary School. Kidlington Concert Brass.

 3  Mon 3 Oct

 4  Tue 4 Oct

⚫ University of the Third Age
2.00pm at the Enterprise Centre, Marlborough School, Woodstock.
'Memories of the Spanish Civil War' by Natalia Benjamin.
For more information about U3A Tel: 01865-580688.

 5  Wed 5 Oct

 6  Thu 6 Oct

 7  Fri 7 Oct

 8  Sat 8 Oct

 9  Sun 9 Oct

 10  Mon 10 Oct

 11  Tue 11 Oct

 12  Wed 12 Oct

 13  Thu 13 Oct

 14  Fri 14 Oct

⚫ Deadline for Articles
By 12 noon today please, deadline for submission of articles
for the November 2016 edition of Kidlington News magazine.

 15  Sat 15 Oct

 16  Sun 16 Oct

 17  Mon 17 Oct

 18  Tue 18 Oct

 19  Wed 19 Oct

⚫ Kidlington Amateur Operatic Society

7.30pm, Gosford Hill School. Performance of The Gondoliers: Gilbert and Sullivan's last great success. The story concerns the young bride of the heir to the throne of the fictional kingdom of Barataria. She arrives in Venice to join her husband. It turns out, however, that he cannot be identified, since he was entrusted to the care of a drunken gondolier who mixed up the prince with his own son. Click KAOS logo above for more.

 20  Thu 20 Oct

⚫ Kidlington Amateur Operatic Society

7.30pm, Gosford Hill School. Performance of The Gondoliers. Click KAOS logo above for more.

 21  Fri 21 Oct

⚫ Kidlington Amateur Operatic Society

7.30pm, Gosford Hill School. Performance of The Gondoliers. Click KAOS logo above for more.

 22  Sat 22 Oct

⚫ Antique and Collectors Market
10.00am to 1.00pm at Kidlington Methodist Church (opposite Exeter Hall). For silver, jewellery, coins, picture postcards & much more. Refreshments available. Free Admission

⚫ Kidlington Amateur Operatic Society

7.30pm, Gosford Hill School. Performance of The Gondoliers. Click KAOS logo above for more.

 23  Sun 23 Oct

 24  Mon 24 Oct

 25  Tue 25 Oct

 26  Wed 26 Oct

 27  Thu 27 Oct

 28  Fri 28 Oct

⚫ Kidlington Voice Breakfast
7.15am for 7.30am at The Foresters Hall. Meeting to finish by 9.00am
but hall remains open to members to continue networking to 10.00am.
GUEST SPEAKER: to be announced.

 29  Sat 29 Oct

⚫ Guide Dogs for the Blind
10.00am to 4.00pm at the St. John's ambulance hall, High Stret, Kidlington.
Guide Dogs for the Blind are holding a Christmas Bazaar with over 20 stalls – and a craft fair offering a whole range of goods available to buy, including special Christmas cards and Calendars featuring Guide Dogs. Free admission. Refreshments will be available to purchase.

⚫ Kidlington Community Singers
2.30pm at Kidlington Baptist Church. Forever Autumn Concert. Free entrance but a retirement collection will be held for a Prostate Cancer Charity. Refreshments will be served after the concert.

 30  Sun 30 Oct

 31  Mon 31 Oct

⚫ Rotary Club - talk about Chiropractic
7.30pm to 9.30pm at The Kings Head public house Woodstock.
This Woodstock & Kidlington Rotary Club meeting includes a talk by Matt Scroggs, a Woodstock Chiropractor. Visitors welcome, but with advance notice for numbers please, by telephone to 01933-812187 or 01865-372157.


  C A L E N D A R
  November 2016


November 2016

 1  Tue 1 Nov

⚫ University of the Third Age
2.00pm at the Enterprise Centre, Marlborough School, Woodstock.
'Impressions of South Africa' by Tony McHugh.
For more information about U3A Tel: 01865-580688.

 2  Wed 2 Nov

 3  Thu 3 Nov

 4  Fri 4 Nov

 5  Sat 5 Nov

 6  Sun 6 Nov

 7  Mon 7 Nov

 8  Tue 8 Nov

 9  Wed 9 Nov

 10  Thu 10 Nov

 11  Fri 11 Nov

 12  Sat 12 Nov

 13  Sun 13 Nov

 14  Mon 14 Nov

 15  Tue 15 Nov

 16  Wed 16 Nov

 17  Thu 17 Nov

 18  Fri 18 Nov

 19  Sat 19 Nov

 20  Sun 20 Nov

 21  Mon 21 Nov

⚫ Rotary Club - talk about Parish Churches.
7.30pm to 9.30pm at The Kings Head public house Woodstock.
This Woodstock & Kidlington Rotary Club meeting includes a talk by Tony Baldry, 'Parish Churches - Blessings or Burdens?'. Visitors welcome, but with advance notice for numbers please, by telephone to 01933-812187 or 01865-372157.

 22  Tue 22 Nov

 23  Wed 23 Nov

 24  Thu 24 Nov

 25  Fri 25 Nov

 26  Sat 26 Nov

⚫ Girguidling Christmas Fayre
10.00am to 1.00pm at St John Ambulance Hall, High Street, Kidlington.
  Following the success of last year’s event, Girlguiding Kidlington District is again organising a Christmas Fayre and is looking for local crafters to join them in selling their wares! The cost is £10.00 per table, and access to the hall will be from 9.00am to 2.00pm to allow time to set up and clear away. If you are interested in booking a table, please contact Sarah Eyles:
  Girlguiding Christmas Fayre, Craft Stalls:
    Phone: 01865-370176
    Text: 07919-047845
    Email: s.eyles@elsevier.com.

 27  Sun 27 Nov

 28  Mon 28 Nov

 29  Tue 29 Nov

 30  Wed 30 Nov




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