1. Kidlington News Magazine
The September 2018 edition is now available. Post-Print Correction: the subject for the 25th September meeting of the Kidlington and District Historical Society is 'The Black Death - its nature and effect on society' by Professor Gregory Stores (and not the talk by Percy Manning which took place in August). K&DHS apologies for the error in the printed magazine.
The September 2018 edition includes a farewell message from Graham Sinden, who has served as pastor at Kidlington Baptist Church for more than 20 years. Graham and his wife Dorothy are retiring to Shropshire, so this might be the last time we can feature one of his glorious photos (wild life and trains being his specialities!). This issue also includes news from the churches, schools, councils and many local organisations, together with a recipe and some letters of thanks. The pages of Announcements and Whats On show that there are plenty of things happening in the village after the summer break. Copies are available from all our usual outlets.

The August 2018 edition contained articles on the forthcoming 800th anniversary celebrations at St Marys (both Kidlington and Hampton Poyle), Police News, Lincroft Meadow Care Home and our own Bird Watch. There were also many photos of recent summer events in the village, as well as reports from the councils, the churches and lots of local organisations. If you would like a back copy just contact Margaret Day, email kn-md @mybtinternet.com

The July 2018 edition included items from Kidlington Voice Online, Police News, a report on A Life Without Walls from the Chelsea Flower Show, information on Cherwell Counselling and some photos of the Kidlington Jamboree at the end of May. Together with a recipe for Chicken Souvlaki and a poem by Tracey Birchall, there are reports from the churches, councils and many local organisations. If you would like a back copy just contact Margaret Day, email kn-md @mybtinternet.com

The June 2018 edition included articles on the Kidlington In Bloom plans for 2018 and an update on our local policing. There were reports from the churches and the councils (including Cherwell District Election details), an item from Gosford Hill School and lots of news of local organisations. The recipe is for Rhubarb Gin - so treat with care. If you would like a back copy just contact Margaret Day, email kn-md @mybtinternet.com

The May 2018 edition included articles on the Kidlington Annual Parish Meeting, the planned Oxford-Cambridge Corridor, a Graham Kendrick concert and a tribute to a familiar butcher - Harry Butler, together with the usual reports from the councils,the churches and lots of local organisations. If you would like a back copy just contact Margaret Day, email kn-md @mybtinternet.com

The April 2018 edition included an update on protests against the Cherwell housing plan and other Council information. Schools, Churches and many Local Organisations also all sent in reports. If you would like a back copy just contact Margaret Day, email kn-md @mybtinternet.com

The March 2018 edition contained an interview with Layla Moran MP as well as tributes to the late Alan Walton. If you would like a back copy just contact Margaret Day, email kn-md @mybtinternet.com