Village Hall Survey

Village Hall Survey Please take some time to complete this important Village Hall survey. Everyone in the house is welcome to submit a survey. loading…

Death of Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh

It is with great sadness that we received the news of the passing of Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh. The country has now entered a period of mourning which will continue until the day after the funeral. As a mark of respect, the flag on the Parish Church is being flown at half-mast. Given…

Swalcliffe Support Group – Are you affected by coronavirus?

Swalcliffe Support Group Are you affected by coronavirus? Dear Swalcliffians Coronavirus is having an effect on all our lives, so we need to support each other. We are announcing the launch of the Swalcliffe Support Group. This group aims to offer help and support to anybody in the village who needs it, including anyone in…

Meeting Dates for 2021

PARISH COUNCIL MEETING DATES FOR 2021 The Parish Council are pleased to advise of the following meeting dates for 2021. All meetings are held in the village hall approximately every six/seven weeks and start at 7.30pm.  Members of the public are welcome to attend. 11th January, 15th February, 29th  March,   10th May (Annual Parish Council…

Swalcliffe Community Woodland Play and Picnic Area

The new Woodland Play and Picnic Area was opened yesterday, March 12, by the Chair of Swalcliffe Parish Council, Neil Urquhart, in less than ideal weather conditions. The result of a four-year community-driven project which started with Swalcliffe Park School generously leasing some of their land for the park, followed by the process of gaining…

BROADBAND AND PHONES

An Update on Broadband Services for the Village – the Digital Connectivity Group Further our last update in October 2016, much has happened with the provision of Broadband services to our village. The Highlights – BT Openreach have provided an optical fibre connection to the main cabinet serving the village by Swalcliffe Barn SugarNet, now…

SWALCLIFFE VILLAGE GROUPS

Swalcliffe Village Groups The development of groups within the village has been something accelerated by the Village plan. Some of the groups were in existence prior to the pans formalisation but the plan has given them structure and defined contact points. Groups include: ART GROUP BOOK CLUB BRIDGE COMMON LAND CLEARANCE GROUP FILM GROUP SWALCLIFFE…

SWALCLIFFE FUNDRAISING EVENTS

Purpose: The fund aims to combine organizing social events for the village with both local and national fundraising for selected charities. It was set up originally to help raise funds for restoring the Church tower but now raises funds for a variety of causes. The fun committee meets three or four times a year and…

SWALCLIFFE VILLAGE

Swalcliffe Village Swalcliffe, is a small village in the north of Oxfordshire, England on the edge of the Cotswolds. It is one of several small villages (including Tadmarton and Broughton) on the B4035 road between Banbury and Shipston-on-Stour. The village has a parish church dedicated to St. Peter and St. Paul, a village hall, a…

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