Upcoming EventsFeb3Thu20227:30 pm Village Meeting @ St Mary's ChurchVillage Meeting @ St Mary's ChurchFeb 3 @ 7:30 pmThe Community Hub, to be built on the site to south of the Vanderbilt development, will include a new school, pre-school and village hall, as well as some houses to cross fund the community buildings. The Parish Council’s development partner, … Continue reading →Feb6Sun20229:30 am Holy Communion @ St Mary's ChurchHoly Communion @ St Mary's ChurchFeb 6 @ 9:30 am – 11:00 amThere will be a service of Holy Communion on Sunday 6th February at 9:30am at St Mary’s. Everyone is welcome. In line with Government regulations for Track and Trace purposes please let Revd David Haylett know if you plan to … Continue reading →Feb10Thu202210:00 am Wittenham WI Coffee Morning @ St Mary's ChurchWittenham WI Coffee Morning @ St Mary's ChurchFeb 10 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pmWittenham WI invites you to a Coffee Morning on Thursday 10th February in St Mary’s Church 10am – 12noon. Everyone welcome for Valentine biscuits and cake.
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If someone collapses in the street or in your home -would you know what to do? Learning basic essential lifesaving skills could mean the difference between a person staying alive and a terrible tragedy. This an invitation to any Long … Continue reading
The life-saving defibrillator being installed in the old red telephone box in the High Street should be in place by the end of the month. Work on refurbishing the phone box and installing the Public Access Defibrillator or PAD is … Continue reading
Long Wittenham’s plans to install a defibrillator in the disused phone box on the High Street have been reported in the Oxford Mail. Beth Chesney-Evans who together with Crispin Evans put forward the idea and led the fund-raising campaign is … Continue reading
Life-saving heart equipment in Long Wittenhams redundant red telephone box should be in place and operational by the end of April. The Public Access Defibrillator or PAD costing nearly £2,500 will help save the lives of heart attack victims. The … Continue reading