Clanfield What December 2012 by davoakey

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       Copy date for the                      Issue Number 181
        February issue:                             December 2012 & January 2013
  Thursday 24th January 2013
Parish Council Emergency Number 07717         598836
Please note that the sandbag store on the lorry park will be
open whenever we receive flood warnings or alerts. Sand,
bags, shovels and a hopper are there for your use.
The Parish Council has recently taken delivery of two, one tonne bags of grit/salt for
your use. This is located in two white bags on the lorry park, next to the sandbag
                                              Lynda Scott - Clerk to the Parish Council

                        Christmas Drop-In Lunch
                    Monday December 10th 12:00 noon

                     The Clanfield Pre-School group held a brilliant children’s
                     Spooktastic Party at the end of October and managed to raise
                     £525. They have decided to make it an annual event as it was
                     so successful. They are raising money for outdoor development
                     of the new school site which will include a climbing frame,
                     raised beds for gardening and a cover for the fab new sandpit to
                     allow the children to play all year round and not get wet or sun
                     (more pics on page 17)

CLANFIELD PARISH COUNCIL                                  MALC NEWMAN
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Coffee Morning at the Tavern
The Produce Show committee put on a coffee morning and Christmas gift bazaar for the
second year running to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support.
We did as well as last year and raised a grand total of £1218 which the local Macmillan
group in Faringdon were thrilled with. Monies raised in Oxfordshire stays in Oxfordshire so
it all goes to help in our area.
It was a great fun & social morning again so an enormous thank you to everyone who
helped or spent money and especially to Glan and Bronwen who provided the venue,
gallons of coffee and heaps of mince pies.
No-one has volunteered to take on the Produce Show yet. This village event is one of very
few left and needs to continue so please give it some thought. There are only about three
meetings a year necessary to put the schedule together and get organised. We would
willingly advise and help anyone who would take responsibility for it.

Please call Caroline on 810452 if you have any ideas.

Clanfield CE Primary School
Crossing Patrol Vacancy – on 23rd October we were
granted a 3-month approval period to advertise and recruit a
replacement School Crossing Patrol. The rate of pay is £6.74
perhour (¾ hour each morning and ¾ hour each afternoon
during term-time only). In addition to the hourly rate the
successful candidate will be subject to CRB clearance and
receive a £5 laundry allowance per month. A summer and
winter uniform will also be provided.
To request an application form please contact the School
Office on 01367 810257. Alternatively you can contact Sian
Gibbons (Oxfordshire County Council School Crossing Patrol
Supervisor) on 07867 467794 if you would like more details.

Clanfield Football Club
Clanfield football club beat Purton 2-1 in the league cup in extra time thanks to two goals
from Steve Olphert. Considering that Clanfield have not a good record against Purton this
was a good result. However in the next round they lost 3-1 to Rayners Lane who also beat
Clanfield in this competition last season. Rayners Lane currently lead Division 1 East with
former Hampton And Richmond striker Lawrence Yaku, Ryan Upton and Liam Hind
amongst the goals, and it was going to be a difficult task for Clanfield who have been strug-
gling for form away from home this season.

In the floodlit cup I saw them lose 3-0 away to Maidenhead they have been drawn away to
Maidenhead United Reserves. Maidenhead United Reserves also play in Division 1 East,
where at the time of writing they stand 4th with 20 points from 11 games. In the previous
round they beat BInfield with their goals being scored by Alex Wall who scored a hat-trick
and Lee Barney. Both Alex and Lee then appeared as substitute against Eastleigh in the
Blue Square Bet South four days later, while their reserve team forwards looked impressive
against Clanfield. One thing I can say though is that the Clanfield players did appreciate
my support for this game.

Maidenhead moved to their current ground York Road in 1871 and the Football Association
have acknowledged that this is the oldest continuously used senior football ground in the
world by the same club.

I would like to wish a happy Christmas to all readers of the Clanfield What.
                                                                               Malcolm Clarke

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                        We are thinking about the Flower Festival for 2013. At the moment
                        there are thirteen flower arrangers, no professionals, but all very
                        keen. Have we missed anyone else in Clanfield? Would you like to
                        come and join our team? If you would, please telephone 01993
                        841294 Sue Morris or 810569 Carol James.

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Bell Restoration Appeal
The bellringers are most grateful for the donations received
so far for the Restoration Appeal including one from the
Parish Council. The Audience with Colin Dexter on 18th
November was a huge success and a most enjoyable
afternoon. Thank you for all who have purchased mugs and
cards which are still available in the St. Stephen’s Church.
We still have a long way to go in raising money before work
can be done on the bells. If you wish to make a donation
please contact Bryn Torrington, church treasurer on 01367
Liz Stevens

Clanfield WI
At a recent gathering of members at The Plough Hotel, plenty of interesting activities,
speakers and outings have been planned for the forthcoming year. For further details
contact: Raena Farley on 01367 810604. For details about WI – see or see the national website – We can help you
‘make a difference’ – to the life you lead, the community you’re part of and the world you
live in’.

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Oxfordshire Craft Guild Christmas
The pre-Christmas season will see the launch of two major
exhibitions by the Oxfordshire Craft Guild. The exhibition at the
Oxfordshire Museum in Woodstock opens on 17 November and runs for 6 weeks.
The exhibition in the gallery of the exciting new arts centre at the Old Fire Station in
Oxford runs for three weeks starting on the 4th of December. If you admire skillfully
crafted and designed work by local artists or are looking for unique gifts for
Christmas, you will find a wealth of beautiful objects to choose from at these two
The Oxfordshire Museum Exhibition in Woodstock: 17 November – 2 January.
               10-4:45 Tuesday to Saturday and 2 - 4:45 on Sundays
Old Fire Station Gallery: 4-22 December. 10- 6 Tuesday to Saturday; 12:00 Sunday

     Christmas Craft Exhibition
              & Sale
     Featuring beautifully, handcrafted art and craft
                    by local artists

   From 24th November until 23rd December 2012

West Ox Arts Gallery will once again be hosting its popular Christmas Craft sale
this year. Showcasing an exciting array of unique Christmas gifts not available on
the high street, this high-quality display of beautifully handcrafted items created
by our carefully chosen artists is bursting with a large variety of gifts, including
contemporary jewellery, ceramics, textiles, handmade books & much more!
Please join us for mince pies and wine during the special late night

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Santa and Thomas
What a dynamic duo!
The time of year is here again, and Father Christmas and
Thomas the Tank Engine are on the road bringing seasonal
good wishes (and sweets) to as many homes in and around
Faringdon as is possible. So, listen out for the sound of
Christmas carols, fling open those curtains, and join Santa
and Thomas to make this Christmas a special one. A band of
his little helpers will be knocking on doors, hoping for a repeat
of the usual generosity from local people and for which The
Rotary Club of Faringdon & District are very grateful. All
monies received are carefully donated to chosen Rotary
Charities, helping those less fortunate than ourselves.
You may be interested to know, that Thomas was made in 1994, by Jeff Pritchard, a local
businessman who owned a joinery firm in Faringdon. Jeff was at that time a member of The
Faringdon Rotary Club and was experiencing a slowdown in business as a result of the
recession. He decided to replace an existing Reindeer sleigh which was showing signs of
tiredness, with Thomas, thus giving his workforce something to do during slack periods.
Thomas took around 6 months to complete.
As Thomas took shape, interest was aroused resulting in other local tradesmen contributing
with things like electrics, signwriting, whistles and buffers. Every part made was taken from
scaled detailed drawings and careful attention to detail including the colour of paint and the
drawing of Thomas’s face. Thomas was born and has worked with Santa ever since.
Britt Allcroft owned the rights to Thomas the Tank Engine, and gave permission for Rotary
to use Thomas provided it was for charitable events only and must never be used for profit,
hire or reward.

Santa visits Clanfield on December 14th.
Christmas tree re-cycling will be undertaken in Clanfield, outside the Tavern, on
                                  Saturday 5th January 2013 9am - 1pm.

                                     (A collection service is available in Clanfield for a
                                     minimum donation of £5, call 07801 451565)
                                     For more information about The Rotary Club of
                                     Faringdon & District, please see our website
                            see us also on Facebook.
                                     Or call our President Peter Walker on 01367 244616
                                                                            John Nightingale

Clanfield 85 Football Club
The sad news from the Club this month is that the Reserve Team has been withdrawn from
all football with effect from Friday, October 19th 2012. There had been some doubt as to
whether they would begin the Season. The Team had a traumatic start to the Season
losing at home to Cheltenham Saracens Reserves 7 - 0 and then losing away to Gloucester
City Development Reserves by 14 - 2. However we hoped that they were turning the
corner when they won the third game 2 - 1 at Hook Norton Reserves. However after
another heavy defeat by 12 - 1 against Cricklade Town Reserves and a continued battle to
secure players to fulfil the fixtures the decision was taken at Chairman and Management
level to withdraw the Reserve Team from competition. Ironically the team, albeit
supplemented by a number of First Team players, won their last match by 2 - 1 against
Letcombe Reserves but due to the lack of available players the decision became inevitable.
The demise of the Reserve Team follows on from the demise of the Under 17 Team. We
had hoped that the Under 16 Team from last Season would substantially be the
membership of the Reserve Team but this was not to be.
The Under 14 Team have, at the time of going to press, played a small number of games
with moderate success.
The First Team have been knocked out of the Oxfordshire Senior Cup by Headington
Amateurs who play in the Uhlsport Hellenic League Division One East. Whilst Headington
are a good Team we did enough to win on the day. Not only did we miss scoreable
chances when 1 - 0 ahead we also conceded a very sloppy equaliser and the Referee
awarded a very soft penalty against us. In addition we missed a penalty. The final score
was 3 - 2. Following that the First Team were also knocked out of the Uhlsport Hellenic
League Floodlight Cup going down by 3 - 0 at Maidenhead United Reserves. It may
appear odd that the First Team should be playing at Reserve level but Maidenhead United
are what is known as a Step Two Club and play in the Blue Square Conference South
League (which is just two steps below the Football League) and in consequence their
Reserve Team are admitted to the Uhlsport Hellenic League at Step Six level (the same as
Clanfield 85 FC. Maidenhead United were a very good side and won by 3 - 0 but once
again sloppy goals cost us dear including conceding a penalty which could have been
We have progressed into the Second Round of the Uhlsport Hellenic League Challenge
Cup and this fixture will be played on November 3rd 2012 when the First Team travel to
Rayners Lane Football Club.
Social functions continue in the Clubhouse and the regular Monday Night Bingo is
especially popular. On Saturday, November 17th 2012 there will be a Race Night in the
Clubhouse. This will be straight after the First Team Game at home to Purton Football
Club and so will start at about 6 p.m. All are welcome to attend. Similarly a Quiz Night will
take place on December 1st 2012 commencing at 8 p.m. Finally there is a Disco on New
Years Eve in the Clubhouse.
Spectator numbers are still low for the standard of football which we seek to provide so, as
always, spectators will be made very welcome at our matches. The Club Website and local
newspapers contain details of forthcoming matches. Spectators are assured of a very
warm welcome.

                     John and Nancy Greatrex wish all their friends a
                        Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year
                    We have opted not to send cards this year but rather
                              donate the money to charity.

Clanfield and Bampton Historical Society
The Empress Matilda came so close to becoming England’s first Queen that the food was
on the table to celebrate her Coronation. But this never happened, and it was eaten by
those who denied her the throne. Tim Porter’s talk to the society – so many the Carter
Institute was nigh on full - on Matilda’s vain ‘Fight for the Throne’ produced much such
fascinating detail.
What started as ‘a struggle between a woman, Matilda; a child, her very young son Henry;
a bastard, Robert of Gloucester (Henry 1st, Tim told us, ‘had more bastards than any other
ruler in Europe: it was ironic that his only surviving legitimate child was a girl’); and a
usurper, Stephen’, developed into the bloodiest of civil wars, with Matilda, supported by her
half-brother Robert, opposed by Stephen, who had no real claim other than force of arms.
Henry 1st had twice made both nobles and bishops swear allegiance to Matilda, who as a
teenager had been married to the German Emperor and returned to England, still a young
woman, and highly qualified to reign, on his death. But when Stephen seized the throne,
had himself crowned, and approved by the Pope he gathered many supporters, especially
in and around London.
When he was captured in battle and imprisoned by Robert of Gloucester, Matilda tried to
have his coronation annulled and herself crowned at Westminster, and came within hours
of doing so, until the City of London militia ‘invaded’ Westminster and forced her and her
followers to flee to Oxford.
There followed more than a decade of ‘anarchy’ with much loss of life until, on Stephen’s
death, Matilda having renounced her claim to the throne, her son Henry became King.
England had to wait another 412 years for her first Queen, Mary, followed immediately ‘like
London buses’ by a second, Elizabeth. It was, as Tim Porter said, ironic that his talk should
have been given to us on the day that the General Synod voted against women bishops.
There as no doubting where his sympathies lay.
The society now takes it usual Christmas and New Year break, resuming on February 19th
when Tony Hadland will talk to us on ‘Researching Family History’.
                                                                                Alan Smith

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Draft Local Plan
‘Creating Futures’ has now been delivered to all households by West Oxfordshire District
Council. It shows the expansion of Carterton will NOT include the development on Alvescot
Downs (see map on page 5). This was our great worry for the threat to Clanfield was
Now we need to tell WODC that we agree with their Draft Local Plan and we support them.
If we remain silent it will be interpreted as not being concerned, not interested and that we
don’t care. So, please write to WODC and say you support the Plan. Do give a reason if
you wish.
The main reasons we are against 1,000 houses on Alvescot Downs are:-
    Increased danger of flooding Clanfield.
    Prominence of the site means it cannot be hidden.
    The site has Forest Marble rock 2-3 feet below the surface which would not allow tree
    There would be increased traffic in the nearby villages. The traffic in Clanfield has
    already increased by 50% in the last 5 years.
    The site would have no access to main roads. Access to the main workplaces would
    therefore be through the narrow country roads or the centre of Carterton.
The people of Carterton have petitioned against the western site.
Alvescot, Black Bourton, Broadwell, Filkins, Broughton Poggs, Kencot and Langford all
agree with us it would be a bad site!
There are other reasons! If you want any more, call Lynda Scott or John Bowler. The
address to write to is: Planning Policy Manager, Elmfield, New Yatt Road, Witney, OX28
1PB or emailed to

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St. Stephen’s Church, Clanfield
Remembrance Day saw beautiful services, both in St. Stephen’s Church and at the village
War Memorial, which were well attended by a large number of villagers, including some
newcomers to our community. Our thanks to Rev. Roger Humphreys for leading both
services and to the representatives of the Royal British Legion and the Parish Council for
their part and all the organisation required for this important act of remembering all who
have served and suffered in war and conflict and those who continue to do so.
The following Sunday was another
November day blessed with sunshine and
saw St. Stephen’s Church full with people
who had come to spend an afternoon with
Colin Dexter, the author of the Inspector
Morse novels (amongst other works). This
was a most enjoyable afternoon and our
thanks go to all the bellringers for
organising – it ran like clockwork! Thanks
also to the Clarke family who did an
admirable job of hosting the afternoon,
interviewing Colin himself and running the
bookstall. The proceeds are all going to the
St. Stephen’s Bell Appeal for much needed
maintenance and repair work to our
beloved bells. The current total raised is
around £4,000, but £20,000 is needed – so
watch this space for more funding events.
All donations are most welcome – please
contact Bryn Torrington for more details (01367 810510).
Unfortunately, there have been several incidents in recent weeks where dogs have fouled
the churchyard. This is most unpleasant and disrespectful, and church members do not
appreciate having to clear it up! People are welcome to walk their dogs through the
churchyard if they are under control, but please do put any dog poo in the bin provided by
the gate!
Finally, a reminder of our Christmas celebrations which are as follows:
  Our popular Carols by Candlelight service will take place on Sunday 16th December at
  6pm in St. Stephen’s Church.
  On Monday 17th December the Village Christmas Carols around the Christmas Tree will
  take place from 6.30pm at the Carter Institute.
  Our Christingle service will be on Thursday 19th December at 1.30pm at St. Stephen’s.
  There will be a Midnight Mass on Christmas Eve, starting at 11.30pm, at St. Stephen’s
  Church – a wonderful way to start Christmas Day!
  We hope to welcome you to as many of these events as possible as we celebrate the
  birth of Jesus this Christmastide.
                                                                              Judith Hillier

Services in December and January
Sunday 2nd December: 10.30am Family Service led by Judith Hillier.

Sunday 9th December: 9.15pm Holy Communion led by Rev. David Lloyd.

Sunday 16th December: 6pm Carol Service.

Sunday 23rd December: 10.30am Holy Communion led by Rev. David Lloyd in St. Mary’s
Church, Bampton. Please note, there will be no service in St. Stephen’s this Sunday.
Christmas Eve: 11.30pm Midnight Mass led by Rev. David Battersby.
Christmas Day: 8am Holy Communion led by Rev. David Lloyd.
Sunday 30th December: 10.30am United Parish Eucharist at St. James’, Aston.
Please note, there will be no service in St. Stephen’s this Sunday.
Epiphany Sunday 6th January: 10.30am Family Service led by Judith Hillier.
Sunday 13th January: 9.15pm Holy Communion led by Rev. David Lloyd.
Sunday 20th January: 10.30pm Holy Communion led by Rev. David Lloyd.
Sunday 27th January: 10.30pm Holy Communion led by Rev. Roger Humphreys.

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   Caroline of
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                     WHAT?’s On in Clanfield
     Clanfield Pre-school                     Snooker Club
For children in the age range 2-5 years       7:30pm – 10 pm every Tuesday,
in the Foundation Building on the school      Thursday & Friday evening, upstairs in
site. Open every Monday to Friday from        the Carter Institute. Contact Barrie
8.45am – 2.45pm during term-time. Call        Rawlinson on 01367 810265
Jane Brown on 01367 810365 for further
details.                                      Email

     Clanfield Baby & Toddlers                     Monday Drop-in Lunches
Every Wednesday at the Carter Institute       Drop in at the Carter Institute every
from 10.00am until 11.30am. Contact           Monday 12.00pm - 1.30pm (excluding
Sharon 07776 252314 or Simone 07914           Bank Holidays) and you can be assured
539613                                        of a warm welcome! Homemade soup
                                              and a roll, coffee/tea and biscuits.
     Women’s Institute                        Contact John Greatrex - 810609
Meetings are held every second                     Carter Institute
Tuesday in the month at 7.30 p.m. in the
Carter Institute. Notices giving details of   For bookings contact Mrs.                   Kate
the meeting will be on display in the Post    O’Donnell on 01367 810440
Office and village notice boards. All              Art Classes
welcome. Contact Raena Farley
Brookside Main St, Clanfield 01367            Tuesdays at the Carter Institute. Further
810604                                        details contact Maggy Fitzpatrick on

     Mobile Library Service
The Mobile Library will visit Clanfield
every other Thursdays; by the Church                  Logs for Sale
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Crescent 2:20pm to 2:35pm                          Loose Corded Willow logs
     Bell Ringing
                                                 (suitable for wood burners only)
                                                    £50 per 1¼ cubic m (collection)
Practice night each Wednesday from                  £60 per 1¼ cubic m (delivery *)
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New ringers always welcome. Contact             Loose Corded Hardwood logs
Tower Captain: Ian Kenworthy 01367                  £80 per 1¼ cubic m (collection)
810577 or Deputy: Catherine Bernard                 £90 per 1¼ cubic m (delivery *)
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