Thank you for supporting the Poppy Appeal
The total raised from South Newington
Wishing you all a Happy New Year
Jean & Ernie Tarver
December 28th at 7.30pm
With the traditional crowning of
Would you like to help make the Church look festive for Christmas with holly and the ivy, or foliage and flowers of your choice on 23rd December 9.30am – 12am. Everyone will be very welcome.
Would you like to join the Church Flower Rota. As we are always in need of that extra pair of hands to help make the church look lovely throughout the year.
Your help will be very welcome.
Have a happy Christmas and New Year.
News Flash – Carol singing round the tree at 5pm but we now won’t have the concert before from the South Singers
- Please come and join us for singing round the tree and switching on the lights this Sunday, with mulled wine or hot Ribena for children.
- The festivities start at 5pm in the church with South Newington Singers, and then we’ll all move out to church yard to switch on the tree and sing carols together.
As many of you will know youngsters in the village have previously enjoyed the village Youth Club, which was run from the Village Hall by Stuart and Emma Dunlop. Sadly the Youth Club currently does not run.
Emma joined us at the South Newington Parish Council meeting this week where we discussed whether the Youth Club could be restarted. From this discussion, we are appealing to the village. Would anyone be prepared to step in and take over the Youth Club? Maybe a group could form to share the responsibility?
Emma is very happy to share her experience in support of anyone interested in stepping in.
If you are interested in discussing further please email email@example.com or have a chat with Peter Thomas.
We have received a complaint from a concerned villager regarding the increased instances of dog fouling around the village. Areas mentioned were outside the Village Hall where the school buses pick up / drop off and children need to wait. Also the public footpath across the field off Sands Lane (where we have incidentally sited a dog bin).
From Cherwell District Council Website – “If you allow a dog in your charge to foul any area to which the public has access you are committing an offence. The penalty for not clearing up dog fouling can be up to £1000 if the case is dealt with by the magistrates courts, or £50 if the owner is given a fixed penalty notice.”
We have recently installed dog bins in the village and dog poop bags are also available in the village free of charge. They can be picked up from a box sited outside The Old Forge on Moor Lane.
Let’s be vigilant to keep our village a beautiful place to live and explore.