Yoga is taking a break for Christmas. Classes start again on the 9th JanuaryRead More
It’s not a love story, or ‘normal’ behaviour in a relationship. It’s relationship abuse. If you can identify with Jamie and Emma’s story and need support, please contact Victims First on 0300 1234 148
Anyone who is concerned they may be experiencing this can contact Victims First for support on 0300 1234 148. You can find further information about coercive control at www.victims-first.org.uk/what-we-do/campaigns/Read More
One of the of the MCNPs key policies is to improve the quality of life for older residents and this survey is important to help steer possible future projects in the neighbourhood – and in particular the proposed major facility for older people at Heyford Park.
The closing date for the return (in the pre-paid envelope) is December 18th. …Read More
Services given below are all in Duns Tew, unless stated otherwise. Details of all services in the benefice can be found at www.bartonbenefice.org.uk.
|01.12.19||5pm||Benefice Advent Carol Service followed by Advent Supper at 6pm in the Village Hall|
|08.12.19||4pm at Sandford St Martin||Benefice Christingle Service|
|15.12.19||4pm||Service of Lessons & Carols with baby, donkey and sheep|
|6pm||Carols in the Churchyard in aid of the Children’s Society|
|22.12.19||3pm at Steeple Barton||Benefice Service of Lessons & Carols with Choir|
|4pm at Westcote Barton|
11.30pm at Duns Tew
|Benefice Crib Service |
|11am||Christmas Day Eucharist|
|5 pm at Westcote Barton||New Year’s Eve service|
Followed by drinks at the Rectory
Don’t carry cash? Try out our new Debit Card Reader at selected services
Benefice services over the Christmas period
This Month’s Events
Sunday 1 December at 5pm – Advent Carol Service with benefice choir, followed by Advent Supper in Village Hall at 6pm.…Read More
During World War One, more than 18 million people were killed and 23 million were wounded. From Britain, 6 million fought; 1.7 million were wounded; 65,000 were shell-shocked; 170,000 became prisoners and 772,000 died. No community was untouched.
We have gathered here today to remember all those from this community of Duns Tew who were caught up in the courageous but tragic events of two World Wars, those women and men who have died in earlier and subsequent wars.…Read More
Thames Water need to close Main Street at the Hempton end, from the 2nd up to and including the 5th December 2019.
This is a 24 hour per day closure.
Access will be maintained for emergency service vehicles and for those frontages within the closure area, subject to the progress of the works and liaison with the works supervisor.
SUGGESTED ALTERNATIVE ROUTE: via North Aston Road-A4260 Oxford Road-New Street-High Street-B4031 Hempton Road-unnamed road to Duns Tew and vice versa