Cancelled – Thursday 28th ‘Knit and Stitch’ Meeting

knit-and-stitch[1]Next meeting is on Thursday April 11th.

As there is a Michael Hardinge Trust Talk being held in the Old School this Thursday (March 28th), this week’s ‘Knit and Stich’ Group meeting is cancelled.

Any questions, please contact Sue Patching on 01295 730039. For more information on the Knit and Stitch Group click here. For dates of future meetings look at the calendar.

Thank You Litter Pickers – Another Great Job Done!

Sacks of rubbish from Saturday’s ‘Litter Pick’

A  Great Big Thank You to everyone who turned out on Saturday morning to pick up all the litter.

Your time and efforts are very much appreciated by all.

What an impressive load of rubbish (and how come there’s always a wheel trim?!)



Interested in Arts and Crafts and Art History?

New Art and Craft Workshops in Hornton – April sessions booking now 

Hornton Studio

Hornton artist and printmaker, Chris Woodcock, has launched an art and craft workshop programme at her home studio, running April to November this year.Offering friendly tuition by Banburyshire experts, the workshops on offer range from portrait photography to life drawing, needlework and craft projects and screen printing.

Book now for:

Easter Card MakingThursday 4 April, 2 – 4.30pm. £28.
Led by Sally Moret. You take away as many beautiful cut-out, decorated cards as you can make in the time, using Sally’s inventive designs as your base. Includes tea/coffee and home-made cake.

Fabric Bunting MakingTuesday 9 April, 10am – 3.30pm. £34.
Led by Jane Moffatt. Beautiful and unusual decorative bunting, devised to suit your colour scheme or a special occasion. Plus a bag to keep it in. Plus a buffet lunch!

For the whole programme – and news of an August Saturday morning art history talk programme – and to find out more contact: Chris Woodcock  Tel 01295 670795.

Hand Made Easter Card

Fabric Bunting

Please Come and Help at this Saturday’s Village Litter Pick

The annual village litter pick will take place at 10.00 on the morning of Saturday 23rd March.  

Please could volunteers who are able to spare an our or two gather in front of the Red Lion. Hi-vis tabards, protective gloves, picking equipment and sacks will be provided by Cherwell District Council.

Let’s keep Horley looking fabulous!