Further notice about Jonnie Miall’s funeral

If conditions are favourable there will be a fly past over Lower Farm and the village before the cortège moves through.

The Revd Jane Wright and the Churchwardens have announced that they will open the church in Duns Tew on Wednesday after the funeral procession so that any who wish may go inside to reflect or pray.

In Church: Due to Covid-19 restrictions there will be strict one-way system.…

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Jonathan Miall – In Memoriam

Notice of Funeral Arrangements

It is with deep sadness that I write this appreciation of Jonathan Miall. Many will now know that Jonathan was killed in a tragic accident at Lower Farm at the beginning of July. Jonnie was a well known face, often driving through the village on a variety of farm vehicles on his way to work in one of his own fields or one of those of a number of local farmers.…

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Books for Blessing

A small group of Christians from Duns Tew has been meeting each morning during Lockdown to pray for our village. We have been praying for the Lord’s protection from the virus for each person in Duns Tew. We were inspired to pray for our village after hearing of a similar prayer group who met and prayed for the men of their village who went to the front during the First World War.…

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Play area development

The Parish Council are very excited to announce that the development of the new play area will begin next week on Thursday 9th July and will take 2 to 3 weeks to complete.

As a result of these forthcoming works the playground will remain closed until they have been safely completed.  A further announcement will then be made

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Church Newsletter – July 2020

At present all services will continue to be internet based.  However, in line with Government and CoE guidelines, the PCC is exploring how best to open the church for private prayer. It is not simply a matter of opening the church everyday again, as strict cleaning measures and/or quarantining of areas of the church are required between visits.  It would therefore be helpful to know the level of interest in the village for private prayer. …

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Potty Scarecrows Competition

Thank you to Michael from the pub for making the difficult decisions as our judge…

The winners are:

Adult’s category


Potty Scarecrows Competition
Sharon and Alan Briggs (and Ruby) (by themselves)


Potty Scarecrows Competition
Ozzie the Owl (by Clare Burgess)


Potty Scarecrows Competition
Moo! (by Emily Middleton)

Children’s category

Joint First

Potty Scarecrows Competition
Piggie (by Amelia Letley)
Potty Scarecrows Competition
Dorothy (by Sune Letley)


A big thank you to all who took part. 

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