AUCTION OF AMAZING PRIZES:
- 3 Course Meal for 2 at the Falcon
- Meal for 2 at the Indian Queen
- Bespoke 2 tier sponge cake
From Saturday October 6th the winter opening hours at the Red Lion will be from 6.00 until 11.00 pm.
Come along and enjoy a pint of real ale or a tasty gin and tonic from the extensive gin menu or anything you fancy in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere at your local CAMRA award winning pub!
Oxfordshire Historic Churches Trust is proud to be part of the national Ride+Stride Day on Saturday 8 September 2018.
Over the last 54 years, Oxfordshire Historic Churches Trust has given in grants, several million pounds to churches and chapels of all Christian denominations in Oxfordshire to help maintain them and save roofs, stained glass, wall paintings and much more. Recently we have been supporting the installation of roof alarms for churches who have had, or are vulnerable to, lead thefts and of recent years given substantial grants towards making the buildings more useful to the local community – for example by the installation of kitchens, loos, extra rooms and more.
Please call into St Etheldreda’s for refreshments any time between 10 and 4.
For more information and online registration click here.
Fill the long summer holidays by visiting Upton House this August. Thursdays 2 and 16 August will see Upton hosting wildlife and nature charities. Keep youngsters entertained with pop-up stands filled with fun activities and get some fresh air on our outdoor nature trails. A great way to spend quality time together and help children connect with the natural world around them.
Discover more about Hedgehogs by meeting two young Hedgehog rescuers! Kyra and Sophie are both 12 years old from Hedgehog Friendly Town (part of Warwickshire Hedgehog Rescue).
For more information about what is happening on these days click here.
’11am Village Service next Sunday 23 July will not be taking place here at St Ethelrdedas; rather all Horley parishioners are cordially invited to join with Hornton for an 11am village service at Hornton parish church.’