The village Pre-school wants to brighten up a corner of Acklings playing field and eventually turn it into a nature reserve. The group plans to clear brambles, plant saplings, erect a four-foot high fence and gate, create a pathway, build wooden benches and establish a range of bird boxes to encourage wildlife. The group has applied for a grant of £3,500 to the Gannet company (owners of the Oxford Mail and associated newspapers) that supports community projects. The council supports the proposals in principle but wants more information about the type of fencing.
Upcoming EventsSep12Sat20202:00 pm Friends of St Mary’s Produce Show @ St Mary's ChurchFriends of St Mary’s Produce Show @ St Mary's ChurchSep 12 @ 2:00 pm – 4:30 pmA fun family produce show, organised by the Friends of St. Mary’s Church, will take place in St Mary’s Church from 2.00pm to 4.30pm on Saturday 12th September. Entry to the show will be 50p for adults and free for … Continue reading →Sep19Sat20207:30 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 →