Next spring and summer new splashes of colour will brighten up the village. Members of Wittenham Vision have planted 6,000 daffodil, snow drop and fritillary bulbs in grass verges along Didcot Road, High Street, the Cross, bus stop, war memorial, outside the village hall, church and triangle at the entrance to the village. The bulbs are locally resourced and disease resistant. Summer flowing meadow plants have also been planted. The parish council has donated £500 towards the scheme and Wittenham Vision is seeking financial help from other sources.
Upcoming EventsJan21Mon20198:00 pm Long Wittenham History Group @ The Old StablesLong Wittenham History Group @ The Old StablesJan 21 @ 8:00 pmThis month’s speaker will be Jane Card who will talk about The Geering Almshouses of Harwell. We don’t have almshouses in Long Wittenham so it will be interesting to learn why Harwell’s were funded and built.Jan23Wed20193:30 pm Strength and Balance Class @ Long Wittenham Village HallStrength and Balance Class @ Long Wittenham Village HallJan 23 @ 3:30 pm – 4:30 pmSee the poster for more details.Jan27Sun2019Jan30Wed20193:30 pm Strength and Balance Class @ Long Wittenham Village HallStrength and Balance Class @ Long Wittenham Village HallJan 30 @ 3:30 pm – 4:30 pmSee the poster for more details.Feb3Sun20199:15 am Breakfast, Crafts and Worship (a... @ St Mary's ChurchBreakfast, Crafts and Worship (a... @ St Mary's ChurchFeb 3 @ 9:15 amCome and join us for Breakfast, Crafts and Worship in St Mary’s Church, Long Wittenham Breakfast 9.15am with breakfast and activities and worship from 9.30am