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Published on July 29th, 2021 | by Content Admin

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Your Village Entertainment

ARMS
(Aynho Recorded Music Society)
The Aynho Recorded Music Society, (ARMS), is in trouble.  Age and Covid have reduced our numbers to a point where we may have to close down after twenty years.  We have excellent recording equipment for CD`s and a projector for DVD`s.  The Society has been playing mainly classical music but that could change to meet current preferences.
We normally meet at 7.30pm in the village hall on the first Wednesday of each month and, perhaps, the last will be
on Wednesday 6th October.  No entry fee will be required for this meeting and anyone interested in music will be very welcome.  Bring a CD to play if you wish.
If you want to make contact phone Doug Ward on 01860 810723 or email dougward@hotmail.co.uk

Contact 
Doug Ward
01869 810723
Email: dougward@hotmail.co.uk

AYNHO ACTIVE
QUIZ & CURRY NIGHT with licensed bar
Saturday 30th October,  7.30pm, Aynho Village Hall
Teams with a maximum of 4 members,  £12 per person
Tickets available from Michael Johnson – 
27 Blacksmiths Hill,
Email: mjohnson.deepdale@gmail.com
Phone: 07585 616747
All proceeds to Aynho Active

Contact
David Icke
david.icke@aynho.org
07714402900
BOWLS CLUB
We continue our Tuesday afternoon meetings in the Hall at 2.30pm.
Contact:
Doug Ward  01869 810723
email:  dougward@hotmail.co.uk
GARDENING CLUB
This month- the 13th – we will be having our first talk in ages. Barry Smith will be telling us about the Restoration of Stowe Gardens.  He was originally booked to come in May 2020 but has kindly agreed to be with us this month, so do please join us for what should be an interesting evening.
The Village Hall will be open at 7.00pm, with the talk starting promptly at 7.30pm. Hand sanitizer will be available for your use, there will be plenty of ventilation in the Hall (maybe bring an extra jumper) and it will be a personal choice if you wish to wear a mask.
Contact
Annabel Bellamy
810847
HEALTH WALKS
It is great to see more of our regular walkers coming back as well as some new additions. There is still plenty of space for anyone else to join us and experience the beautiful countryside around our village. The long walk, the strollers and the track are all available and start at 10.00 am every Thursday morning and you can enjoy refreshments and a chat at the end. Hand sanitisers are in place.
Contact
Kathy White
kathywhiteaynho@gmail.com
810418

HISTORY SOCIETY
Wednesday 27 October 2021, Aynho Village Hall, Entry £2
So you think you know all about the Gunpowder Plot
— or do you?  Come and join us as Chris Rowe fills in the details of this infamous event including:-

  • The background to the Gunpowder Plot
  • Who the plotters were
  • What London was like in 1605
  • The discovery of Guy Fawkes
  • The escape to the Midlands
  • The final shoot-out
  • The trials and executions
  • The legacy of the Gunpowder Plot

Contact
Keith McClellan
810346

 

KNIT & STITCH
If interested in joining this group please contact Glenwys or Sybil.

Contact
Glenwys 810880 or 
Sybil 810692

PHOTOGRAPHIC SOCIETY
Our next big event will be our annual exhibition of members photographs ‘in the Living Room’, Deddington Church on Saturday 23rd October 9.00am-12.30pm. If you would like to join us for the next talk, we will be transported back to “The Yorkshire Dales in the 1950s” by Paul Brewerton. We meet on 6th October at 7.30pm at the Adderbury Institute.   
 
Contact
Anne Hunsley 

www.addphoto.co.uk

WOMEN’S INSTITUTE
We are happy to report a fascinating talk from another Aynho local, this time Ian Calderbank. It turned out to be very amusing as well as quite poignant at times, on the dying words of some famous people offering an interesting insight into their characters.  It was also good that we are another step nearer normality as we finished with our usual refreshments.
Our previous coffee mornings at The Cartwright proved to be a great success and as agreed more have been arranged. These will be on Wednesdays the 6th and 13th October with two more in November and all paid for by the WI.  It’s essential to know the numbers for each event so you will, by the time this Newsletter reaches you, have already been asked about your preferred date.
On the matter of numbers for events, hate to mention it but The Cartwright’s Christmas Lunch Menu has been sent to you so that we can: a) know who is coming (it is 1.00pm Friday 3rd December): and b) your menu choice at the next meeting.   Meanwhile hope all is continuing smoothly and we look forward to seeing all members at our October AGM.

Contacts
Fiona Hodges
369122
and
Jill Wightman
811206

WRITERS’ GROUP
Aynho Writers had another email only session in September with lots of creepy Secrets described.     
Next meeting:  Aynho Writers, Village Hall 10.00 am – 12.30 pm Saturday 9th October when we will hear of  “A Room to Remember”, or a piece with footwear of some sort in the title.

Contact
Keith McClellan
810346

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