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   Wroxton Village Web Site

 Editors Richard Woollacott & Sam Mitchell: Email- editorATwroxton.org.uk (Replace AT with the @ sign to save us spam!)

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August Winners

First prize.          £25. Naz Hussain

Second prize.            £15. Katherine Waller

Third prize.          £10. Susan Walker

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Local Businesses

(Click Name for details)

Furniture & Household Repairs

John Woodward

Bespoke furniture and

antique restoration

and repair

Clive Jarvis

Plumbing & Boiler Services

Trevor Pinfold


ECS Garage Door Systems

Garage Door installation and repair

Dp Design and Maintenance Service

House and Garden Services

Bd Property Services

Property Maintenance Services


Bedazzled Cleaning

House cleaning/Keeping

Caroline Swiers  

Cleaning Services

RPS Window cleaning

Hawthorne Pest Control

Insects and most mammals

Other Services

Terry Humphreys

Mortgage Services

Richard’s School of Driving  

Cotswold Gardens

Gardening Services

Smith’s Newsagents

Newspaper deliveries

Kathryn Birch Dog Services

Dog walking, grooming etc.

DPR Hire

Economical van and plant hire

Dawn Anderson

Banbury Cup Cakes

Butterflower Children’s Centre

Pre-School Children’s Centre

Horley Toddlers

Toddlers Group

Castle Pre-School

Todler School

Balscote Baby & Toddler Group

Toddler Group

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The Police and Crime Commissioner for the Thames Valley would like your views on policing and crime.


This Summer, the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner is seeking views from the residents of Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Berkshire on policing and crime.  This feedback will help inform the Police and Crime Plan which sets the priorities for Thames Valley Police for the next 5 years.


What concerns you about policing in your area?  What would you like Thames Valley Police to prioritise with regards to crime?  Have you been a victim of crime and would like to feedback your experience? 


To give your views, you can complete a short online survey at www.thamesvalley-pcc.gov.uk/survey.  It should take no more than 10 minutes to complete and will be open until Friday 30th September 2016.


If you would like a copy of the survey posted to you, please contact the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner on 01865 846780.

Village Hall

Just three weeks to go before the Flower and Produce Show on Sunday 4th. September. There are 87 categories to choose for all ages. Entries to be registered on Thursday 1st. September, on Thursday , 1st September, at the Village Hall, from 6- 7 pm. If you have not got a copy of the schedule, you can download one from the Village website or contact one of the Village Hall Committee members. Any queries contact 01295 730432.

Film  night starts again on Friday night, 2nd. September with Brooklyn. We open at 7pm for refreshments at the Village Hall.  The film starts at 7.30 pm. A relaxing ,enjoyable evening. Lists of all the village Hall events will be available at the Film Night.

Grand Opening of the New Sports Pavilion

All the village is invited to the opening of the Pavilion at 6pm on Saturday 3rd September

The letter regarding the Horton Hospital

You should have received a sample letter that can be used to protest about the changes proposed for the Horton.  The place to send it is:

The Oxford Clinical Commissioning Group, Jubilee House,

John Smith Drive,

Oxford Business Park,


And now there are another nine!

Picture by Sylvie Brough