Repairs costing £1,500 have been carried out to the roof of the village hall. The roof is in a poor condition and may well have to be replaced in the long term but much depends on progress towards a new hall in another part of the village. A site at Challis farm is the favoured option but there are several sticking points: how much will it cost to buy a plot of land? Will the council be able to sell the site of the present hall for development and would planning permission be granted in the High Street conservation area?
Upcoming EventsMay10Sun202010:30 am Beagle Welfare Treasure Hunt 2020 @ Long Wittenham Athletics ClubBeagle Welfare Treasure Hunt 2020 @ Long Wittenham Athletics ClubMay 10 @ 10:30 amSep19Sat20207:30 pm The Mikado @ St Mary's ChurchOct3Sat2020Nov28Sat20207:30 pm Moonrakers @ St Mary's ChurchMoonrakers @ St Mary's ChurchNov 28 @ 7:30 pmMoonrakers is an Oxford-based group of four musicians who pride themselves in having brought traditional and contemporary folk music to new audiences in village halls, churches, arts centres and festivals across the UK. The fact that the band “just oozes … Continue reading →