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                                                Issue Number 189
       November issue:                                                 October 2013
  Thursday 24th October 2013                    email:

CPRE Award
The Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) gives annual awards to people
whose dedication and enthusiasm has made a significant impact on defending the
countryside. this year the main award went to the West Oxfordshire District Group
for successfully battling Oxfordshire County Council over the Cogges Link Road.
The members of the dedicated team of the
CPRE West Oxfordshire District Group
were invited to London to receive the
award. Mrs Ruth Fowler of Bampton Road
(in the centre of the photo) was also invited
to attend in recognition of the leadership
and tireless work over at least 25 years by
her husband, the late Colin Fowler.
Congratulations to the memory of Colin
whose continual battling to stop a bad plan
won the day.
Every lover of the countryside and sensible
planning should join CPRE and support
them. They do more than probably any
other organisation to protect the countryside
from vandal development. Membership is
£36 p.a. (£3 per month) and the address is:
Becky Crocket, Branch Administrator
Unit 1, London Road, Wheatley, OX33 1JH
Tel: 01865 874 780.

             News From Your Parish Council
Speeding on Main Street
We are making representations to the County Council for funding to install a ‘build
out’ at the village entrance on Main Street.
As you are aware, there has been a further delay following the Government
Inspector’s concerns that there were gaps in the OCC plan for sand and gravel
excavation and that it had not carried out its duty to cooperate with other counties. I
am pleased to tell you that progress in now underway in the development of a new
AGGROW was invited to a presentation from OCC on 13 September where it
shared the findings of a report that they had commissioned on the Local Aggregate
Assessment that would inform the new plan. Whilst there is nothing in the findings
that concerns us at present, AGGROW is ‘back in gear’, dusting off our arguments
and preparing to continue the fight if that proves necessary
Proposals will go to Cabinet in November and, if approved, a consultation document
will be issued in February 2014. Comments and adjustments will lead to a revised
document in October 2014 which will be further considered and issued again in
March 2015. It is expected this will go to the Government in the summer of 2015!
Development of children’s play area for the under-fives
The small group of mums who are working with us to improve playground facilities
for the under-fives are making excellent progress. Please support their village
consultation by responding to their questionnaire in this copy of WHAT– we
need your views before we can make an application for grant funding.
Village Notice Boards
Plans are now in place to replace the two Parish Notice Boards in the village. A new
Notice Board for your use will be put at the bottom of Bakery Lane and a new Parish
Council Notice Board will be situated on the Top Green. It is also our intention to
display a map of the village, its points of interest and walking routes.
Co-option of a new Parish Councillor
Mr Allan Roberts of Busbys Close has been co-opted to the Parish Council.
War Memorial repairs
The work to replace the broken concrete apron of the War Memorial has now been
completed by NBC Contractors (Clanfield) Ltd who have done an excellent job.

Remembrance Sunday
Preparations for Remembrance Sunday are well underway-more information soon.
Response to Thames Water
The Parish Council is concerned about Thames Water’s response to its concerns
about the combined effects of excess surface water and volume of household effluent
that was a major issue for residents around the Bottom Green earlier in the year.
Councillors are to visit the pumping station on Marsh Lane on 24 September to
discuss matters further.
Lorry park/Recycling Bank
The Parish Council requested funding from OCC to resurface and extend the lorry
park to enable relocation of the recycling bins and to provide much needed parking
space. No response has been received and therefore, the Parish Council is seeking
quotations from local contractors to do the work. If the work is affordable, work to
improve this area of the village will go ahead.
Planning applications/decisions
18 Mill Lane: erection of dwelling with associated access and parking. No objections/
comments re access/parking.
Hunter Court, Bampton Road: conversion and extension of outbuilding to form holiday
let. No comments/objections
External Audit: Annual Return
The Council’s accounts for 2012/13 have now been audited with no matters arising.
                                                                       Lynda Scott
                                                                      Parish Clerk
                                    01367 810606 or at

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Thank you
Janet and Paul Dry and Family wish to thank you all for the incredible support and
understanding you have given us during Martha Blake's recent illness and sadly,
eventual death.
She had the most beautiful service at St Stephen's, attended by so many of you, to
celebrate her long and wonderful life. Thank you to Rev David Battersby for his
most uplifting sermon and to the WI ladies for providing an excellent tea party
afterwards. Martha would have loved it !!!! She would also have been so hugely
proud of her granddaughters who read tributes to her.
She came to Clanfield 68 years ago and has been surrounded by friends, old and
new, ever since.
Thank you so much.

Remembrance Sunday this year falls on 10th November. As in previous years we
will be selling poppies door to door in Clanfield, Radcot and Grafton, from 28th
October. Static collection pots and a selection of poppy merchandise will also be
available at The Tavern, The Plough, The Swan, The Football Club and The Post
As in previous years, a short service will be held at 1050 am on Remembrance
Sunday at the Clanfield War Memorial, to remember those from the Village who
have paid the ultimate sacrifice for their Country. The event is open to all, and has
seen a larger crowd every year.
Like most Charities, The Poppy Appeal relies on volunteers to help with their
collections. The Village is fortunate enough to have a small group of willing helpers,
but we also welcome any help offered. The job is not arduous and requires only a
few hours of your time in the evenings and at weekends – when it suits you – over
the 2-week time span to help with the house to house collection. You do not need to
                                           be a member of the British Legion (I’m
          MALC NEWMAN                      not one myself) or ex-Services. If you are
                                           over 18 and would like to help, please
                                           give me a call on 07813 858756, or e-
              TRACKS ETC
  VERTICAL ROLLER AND VENETIAN             mail me on
    BLINDS SUPPLIED ON REQUEST             Finally, please give generously when you
          TEL: 01367 810558                see the Poppy collection box.
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The Clanfield Produce Show 2013
The Clanfield Festival committee would like to thank and congratulate all
competitors for participating in this year’s Produce Show, it was very pleasing to see
so many of you turn out. From the comments of the judges, the standards you
achieved were very high. The Vegetable & Fruit judge was heard to say that “I am
going on to Charlbury now to judge their produce show and they have a lot to live up
to, to achieve the standard you have displayed at Clanfield”
I would like to thank all the judges who are so important to the day; and the
sponsors - Shaun Mullis at the Oxford ( German Cars ) Garage for a venue that
really suits the event; Charles Willmer for the sponsorship of the programme and the
presentation of the awards; The Plough at Clanfield for their support and the prize
for the best exhibit of the day; Patrick Edwards and The Oxford Fireplace company
for their support.
Thanks go to the whole committee and the volunteers on the day for the work they
did before, during and after the event, and to the Bell ringers who supplied us with
teas, coffees and cakes.
If I’ve missed anyone please don’t feel offended, we really did appreciate your help
as well.
There were some lessons that we learnt - we need to change the way people
register their entries on the day so that we can avoid the queues that we
experienced this year. Thank you for your patience. We also realise that we need to
provide a lot more table space.
We did raise some monies on the day (the exact amount to be determined once all
expenses have been settled) and these monies will be added to the Festival fund.
The fund is open to applications for grants towards village based activities. Please
forward any applications to any of the current members of the committee.
Our next Clanfield Festival meeting is on Monday 14th October at 7:30 at The Haven.
If you want to come along and join us please do, just let us know that you are
coming - telephone 01367810569.
                                                                          Glyn James
                                                Chairman Clanfield Festival Committee

Polite Notice To All Dog Owners/Walkers
Can care be taken when exercising your dog/dogs particularly on the Recreation
Ground. I raise the issue after noticing frequently that there are walkers with multiple
dogs, disregarding due care and attention to other dogs and more importantly,
children whilst out playing. It is essential for safety of the children and other dogs, as
an innocent event could lead to something more serious.

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Clanfield Football Club - October
Clanfield have been excluded from this year's F A Vase, and I give below my own
personal views on the subject.
However I would like to add the following. The F A Vase started when the F A
Amateur Cup was abolished in 1974. Clanfield played in the first ever season of the
competition, and I saw them record a 2-0 win against defending Hellenic League
Premier Division champions Moreton Town in their first F A Vase home tie. The goals
in that game were scored by Steve Burson whom I believe is now a policeman in
Wootton Bassett, and Georgie Eves who died in a car accident not long afterwards,
and I still have a photo of Steve's goal with myself in the background.
That season the club reached the 4th round proper before they lost 4-3 to
Farnborough in a pulsating game of football in which Clanfield had been 4-1 behind
at one stage. Clanfield also reached the 3rd round proper of the competition in both
1976/77 and 1978/79 and played in all of the F A Vase throughout the first 18 years
and in 19 of the first 20, and progressed in the competition during nine of these.
During the 1990's they had become a lower half of the table Hellenic League
Division 1 club and for that reason were excluded from the F A Vase for several
years, despite the fact at the time of their exclusion Gloucestershire Senior League
clubs who are at a lower level of the pyramid were allowed to play in it.
However during the last seven years the club has been back in the competition and
has progressed in four of these, and even played in the F A Cup for two seasons. My
own view is:
1) We should be given a very clear idea of what work we need to do to enter the
competition in future, especially as the current issues have not prevented us from
playing in the F A Vase for 26 seasons and the F A Cup for 2, and indeed we played
in the F A Cup as recently as 2011/12.
2) There are two clubs who played in Division 1 who finished below us in the table,
did not enter the F A Vase last year and have been allowed to play in the F A Vase
this year, with one of these clubs making their first ever appearance in the
3) It seems like we have worked hard on our ground grading, obtaining floodlights
and would have qualified for promotion in 2010/11 if we had not just failed to achieve
a promotion placing.
                                                                      Malcolm Clarke

Oxfordshire Woodfuel Programme
Be smart when you buy firewood. Please buy from a local supplier, as this minimises
'fuel miles' and supports local businesses. Ask your supplier whether they provide
OxLogs (, which are the Oxford quality standard for woodfuel.
Otherwise ask 1. what the moisture content of the wood is (it should be 25% or less), 2.
what volume of wood you are getting (you should know what weight or volume you are
getting, not just 'a load'), 3. whether it is soft or hardwood (a hardwood log has more
energy than a softwood log of the same size), and 4. how long the logs are.
Wood with a high moisture content will burn badly, since much of its energy will first go
into turning that moisture into steam before it can heat your house. Last summer was
terrible for drying wood, but this year has been much better. You can buy a moisture
meter for about £15 online. For more information see
Join Logs for Labour.. L4L matches up woodland owners whose woodlands need
managing ('log offers') with people who are willing to help out in return for logs ('labour
offers'). The woodfuel programme is organising a series of L4L events for the autumn
and winter. If you would like to make either or log or a labour offer, contact or 'like' to get updates on
log offers.
Attention woodfuel boiler owners: If you own a chip, pellet, log batch or wood burning
stove with back boiler – please could you fill out a short survey at The results will help others who are thinking
about installing similar boilers.
Ash die-back. The Forestry Commission has a very good website in case you are
worried that an ash tree has chalara (ash die-back):
Events and talks. The woodfuel programme will have a stand at the Local Environment
Group Conference at Trap Grounds, Oxford on Sun 22 Sep, and at Chipping Norton
Energy Day on Sat 28 Sep; and will be talking to Transition Eynsham on Wed 16 Oct at
7:30pm. There will also be a woodfuel conference in Dorking on Fri 4 Oct, and one on
productive woodland enterprises in Birmingham on Thur 17 Oct. Please see for more information.

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Exhibition: The Pace of Nature: recent landscapes by Martin Beek
Dates:           5 – 27 October 2013
Opening :        Saturday 5 October, 12 – 2pm, featuring live music by Bruno
Location: West Ox Arts Gallery, Market Square, Bampton
Open Hours:      Tuesdays – Saturdays 10.30am – 4.30pm
                 Sundays 2.00pm – 4.00pm

Over the last year, through each season, Martin Beek has braved the
elements to create “en plein air” paintings and iPad drawings. The result is a
body of work that allows viewers to see nature from his perspective, at the
time they were created. Having never re-worked the images from the
tempting comfort of his studio, Martin’s paintings and drawings offer an honest
and unique view of the Oxfordshire landscape. Ceramic sculpture by Aline
Stanway and Barbara Murray compliment Martin’s work in this exhibition.

                                 Images left to right: Martin Beek Barbara Murray & Aline Stanway

Parish Council
We have received complaints from a resident concerning dogs, who are off the lead,
causing a nuisance by running into the gardens of properties adjacent to the
entrance of the Recreation Ground. Will you please ensure that your dog is on a
lead as you enter or leave the playing field.
Can I also remind dog walkers of the legal requirement to pick up dog mess and
deposit it in one of the twelve bins provided by the Parish Council.
                                                                             Lynda Scott
                                                              Clerk to the Parish Council

A Tea Kettle Lost And Found
A few years ago I was driving out of Clanfield on the Bampton
Road and noticed the ditch on my left had been recently
cleaned out by a dredger and sitting on the top of the mud was
what looked like a metal pot – so I stopped and got out of my
car to have a closer look and brought the ‘object’ home and
washed the debris out.

EPBM                            What I found I can only describe as a ‘tea kettle’. It
                                had obviously been made to be suspended on a
D & Co Ltd                      trivet over a flame. The kettle itself was shaped like a
1088/1                          tea pot, and though made of a type of pewter it had a
1½ PINT                         solid copper bottom with some numbers and letters
                                stamped on it:-
Once upon a time it must have been a very pretty tea kettle. However I am not sure
how it was used.
                                                                     Dorothy Wise
Since receiving this article we contacted the Pewter Society who provide a free
identification service to the public. To quote – ‘This is a late nineteenth/early
twentieth century Britannia Metal teapot with what appears to be the mark of W.L.
Dickson & Co. Ltd, of 44, Eyre Lane, Sheffield who mainly made cutlery and who
were operative between 1905-1910 so that is the approximate date of manufacture.
Britannia Metal is pewter by definition but contains no lead in the alloy so the pot
would be perfectly safe to use but could never have been used as an ordinary kettle
as the heat would melt it. However the two “buttons” on the side are for mounting it
on a patent designed stand allowing it to be tipped, on its stand, to facilitate pouring
the tea and a small night light candle mounted in the stand underneath probably just
kept it warm. The handle is not heat insulated as far as can be seen, unless the
missing centre was made of some form of plastic, and this would make it suitable for
use as what was called a tea kettle.

Oxfordshire Craft Guild
In the lead up to the holiday season the Oxfordshire Craft Guild will be mounting
three major selling exhibitions across the county. Their 7-week long exhibition at the
Oxfordshire Museum in Woodstock runs from 16th November until 5th January and
is an established fixture on the county Arts calendar. The Craft Guild will also be
returning to the gallery in the Old Fire Station in Oxford with an exhibition running
from 3rd -23rd December. Our newest venue is SOTA, the exciting new Witney
gallery which promotes local artists and makers, and will feature the work of OCG
makers from 25th November until the 7th of December.
The Craft Guild seeks to promote quality of making and design in a wide range of
crafts. All of their members have had to go through a fairly rigorous selection
process. So visitors to these exhibitions can be assured of finding a range of quality
handcrafted items to enjoy, and those looking to find unique gifts for Christmas will
find a wealth of beautiful objects from which to choose
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                        WHAT?’s On in Clanfield
     Clanfield Pre-school                     Tower Captain: Ian Kenworthy 01367
For children in the age range 2-5 years       810577 or Deputy: Catherine Bernard
in the Foundation Building on the school      01367 810587
site. Open every Monday to Friday from             Snooker Club
8.45am – 2.45pm during term-time. Call
                                              7:30pm – 10 pm every Tuesday,
Jane Brown on 01367 810365 for further
                                              Thursday & Friday evening, upstairs in
                                              the Carter Institute. Contact Barrie
     Women’s Institute                        Rawlinson on 01367 810265
Meetings are held every second                Email
Tuesday in the month at 7.30 p.m. in the          Monday Drop-in Lunches
Carter Institute. Notices giving details of
                                              Drop in at the Carter Institute every
the meeting will be on display in the Post
                                              Monday 12.00pm - 1.30pm (excluding
Office and village notice boards. All
                                              Bank Holidays) and you can be assured
welcome. Contact Raena Farley
                                              of a warm welcome! Homemade soup
Brookside Main St, Clanfield 01367
                                              and a roll, coffee/tea and biscuits.
                                              Contact John Greatrex - 810609
     Mobile Library Service
                                                  Parish Council
The Mobile Library will visit Clanfield       Lynda Scott (Clerk to the Council)
every other Thursdays; by the Church          1 Farmers Court
from 1:00pm to 1:15pm then Queens             Clanfield
Crescent 2:20pm to 2:35pm
                                              01367 810606 or 07789 653 308
     Historical Society
Monthly meetings between October and
May in either Clanfield or Bampton.
Details from Alan Smith on 01367
     Carter Institute
For bookings contact Mrs.            Kate
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O’Donnell on 01367 810440                          CLANFIELD
     Art Classes                                 PARISH COUNCIL
Tuesdays at the Carter Institute. Further      EMERGENCY NUMBER
details contact Maggy Fitzpatrick on
810553                                            07717 598 836
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Practice night each Wednesday from
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New ringers always welcome. Contact

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