SpecialEffect Coffee Morning Raises £324
Thank you to everyone who supported the SpecialEffect Coffee morning on Saturday 24th July at the Corner House. The Charity raised £324 and couldn't of done it without the generosity and support from people and businesses in Charlbury.
If anyone is interested/curious in the work SpecialEffect do then the Charity are having an open afternoon on Friday 6th August (3pm-8pm) at their Offices - The Old Bakery, Sheep Street, Charlbury. Refreshments will be available, everyone welcome!
Mon 26 Jul 2010, 10:54 · Link
Local Charity to be featured on BBC1
The FASD Trust is a small but growing national charity, which has just moved to larger premises on the Cornbury Estate.
You will be able to see more about our work when it is featured on a BBC1 Programme scheduled to go out nationally in September. (We will let you know when we have the definite date.) It is part of the Inside Out programe.
We are always looking for volunteers, so if anyone wants to get involved with us, please do contact us by either visiting our website, www.fasdtrust.co.uk or call us on (01608) 811599.
Wed 21 Jul 2010, 13:10 · Link
School warns for man in black Saab
This message came today from the headteacher of Charlbury Primary School :
"Very important message to all parents
A black Saab saloon was seen last night in Ticknell Piece with a chubby man with dark hair aged 40-50 loitering nearby. If you see this car or man please call the police on 0845 8505505. Several parents have already reported this vehicle and person to the police."
Tue 13 Jul 2010, 16:19 · Link
New customer information screens at station
A successful planning application lodged by First Great Western shows the design of screens to be used at Charlbury station. The same design in use at Oxford and Reading will be installed, with a three-line display on the platform, and a Departures monitor in the ticket office.
As redoubling work continues, Network Rail is believed to have slightly cut back its plans for the new westbound platform, which will now be five carriages long (comparable to the existing platform) rather than eight.
Richard Fairhurst · Mon 5 Jul 2010, 07:44 · Link