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Charlbury Debating Society

Eminent Charlburians will be pleased to learn that the illustrious Debating Society convened in the Corner House for its late winter session on Thursday night. The motion, "British children should mostly study British history" - proposed by the historian and broadcaster, Dominic Sandbrook, and opposed by Charlotte Roueche, the town's most distinguished Hellenic Studies specialist - was passed by 23 votes to 15, with a single abstention. Despite a brilliant counter-action by Professor Roueche, Dr Sandbrook swayed opinion his way during a highly charged floor debate....
Watch out for the next Debating Society event - a pre-election head-to-head with parliamentary candidates for the Witney constituency on Thursday 9th April!

Jonathan Luxmoore · Thu 26 Feb 2015, 23:44 · Link


WILDERNESS TICKETS - NOW AVAILABLE

Full price Wilderness tickets are now available at Charlbury Post Office - Adults £165.99 Young Person £80 and children £5
No booking Fee is charged so cheaper than on buying on line .

Elaine Newbold · Sun 22 Feb 2015, 18:56 · Link


Neighbourhood Forum p/time job opportunity

Charlbury Neighbourhood Forum is currently looking for an enthusiastic individual to fulfil a (modestly) paid part-time role to co-ordinate the Forum's activities, to complement the skills of volunteers and to add a dedicated focus to help compile a plan for Charlbury that delivers the above objectives as effectively and as quickly as is practical.

Please contact me in the first instance.

Liz Reason · Wed 18 Feb 2015, 16:23 · Link


Latest planning applications to West Oxfordshire District Council

The following planning applications have recently been lodged. Click on the address to see full details at the WODC website.

Mon 16 Feb 2015, 07:05 · Link


Wilderness discounted tickets for locals have sold out

The discounted Wilderness tickets offered to people living in Charlbury and Finstock (in the postcode area '0X7 3') have now sold out. Charlbury Post Office will soon be offering regular tickets, where you can buy them without incurring the online booking fees.

Alison Wright · Tue 10 Feb 2015, 09:15 · Link


Latest planning applications to West Oxfordshire District Council

The following planning applications have recently been lodged. Click on the address to see full details at the WODC website.

Mon 9 Feb 2015, 07:05 · Link


CHARLBURY MUSEUM IS RECRUITING NEW STEWARDS


Would you like to help to welcome visitors to the town's own museum? This year's exhibition will celebrate the founding of Charlbury School in 1815. If you can give two hours of your time, just get in touch. If you have stories or photos of your or your granny's childhood at Charlbury School between
1815 and 1987, we'd love to hear from you too. The museum opens to the public again from Saturday 4th April (10 am - 12 noon).

Janet Jeffs · Tue 3 Feb 2015, 10:56 · Link


Latest planning applications to West Oxfordshire District Council

The following planning applications have recently been lodged. Click on the address to see full details at the WODC website.

  • 13 Lee Close Charlbury
    Tree works to 2x Cherry trees and 2x Leylandii trees
    WODC reference: 15/00265/TCA - Tue 27 Jan 2015 - Under consideration

Mon 2 Feb 2015, 07:05 · Link


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