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  • Long Walk Buckland/Littleworth Circular approx 6 miles.

    19th February 2024 16 members on a grey and cool morning met at Buckland for the walk.  Driving to Buckland the fields were once again well in flood, some where we had never seen them before. The terrain was amazingly dry, one or two puddles and a muddy gateway made it interesting!  The walk is mostly flat… Read more

  •  Pam’s People Bopping Group  

    Met for the first time on Wednesday 14th February.  We were unable to use the WI Hall due to roofing works. Our meeting was held in Allandale House which has now been renovated and is a very nice venue. 26 members attended. The afternoon was a mixture of dance, reminiscing and chatter. Some members were dancing… Read more

  • Outing to the Birmingham Tattoo

    Our coach party left on a pleasant journey to The Resorts World Arena, Birmingham. On arrival it was a short walk from the coach to the entrance which went very smoothly. Inside the Arena were numerous eateries with plenty of table and chairs. A number of Toilets were situated all around without any queueing.   The signage… Read more

  • Visit To RAF Brize Norton to see Rapunzel

    On a bitterly cold evening 23 members were escorted on RAF Brize Norton to watch Rapunzel. Rapunzel was born a princess and was snatched by Gothel a sorceress who raises her in an isolated tower so she can use Rapunzel's long golden hair to stay young. Then, one day a prince arrives to the area and… Read more

  • January talk

    We were pleased to welcome Liz Woolley to our meeting on 24 January to give a talk on Child Labour in Rural Oxfordshire during the nineteenth century. Members I spoke to after the meeting were agreed that it was a very entertaining and enlightening talk by a very good speaker. Much of the message was… Read more

  • Walk on 16th January 2023 Carterton, Shilton, Carterton Approx 5.5 miles.

    On a cold and frosty morning 14 members gathered for the walk, all dressed in several layers of clothes, most with hats and gloves.  We left Carterton via Alvescot Road and made our way to the driveway at Kens Farm.  After climbing a stile into the fields, we kept in the same direction of several fields until… Read more

  • Short Walk 9th January 2024 – Carterton Circular

    There were 19 members for the walk on a very cold morning. It was dull to begin with but the sun came out and made a difference to the temperature.  It was a made-up walk on pathways, through alley ways and housing estates.  It was too cold to stand for many photographs. After the walk 24 members… Read more