THE VILLGER BUS
I am very pleased to announce that, after five months of suspension due to lock down, we will be able to resume all Villager Bus services from Monday, 12th April. Because of the continuing need for caution over the spread of the virus, we shall have continue to operate with only 50% of normal seating capacity. Unfortunately, we are unable to run extra buses as our driver numbers have been reduced by those who still need to remain isolated. This may cause some passengers to be disappointed but we will make every effort to make extra journeys where possible. Please note also that passengers will still be required by law to wear face coverings on the bus.
I should be grateful if you could circulate this information in your community.
Chairman The Villager Bus
ODDINGTON GOOD NEIGHBOUR SCHEME
The Good Neighbour Scheme is still running albeit on a smaller scale than during the first lockdown. If you need help please contact Janet Eustace on 01451 830 594 or email email@example.com
Warren, Norman and the team at the Horse and Groom are still providing a food and drink takeaway service. For further details call 01451 380584 or visit the web site https://www.horseandgroomcotswolds.co.uk/ There is also a small shop in the pub where you can buy basic supplies and treats. We are most grateful to the Horse and Groom for this great community service. Please support them.
The Oddington and Adlestrop United Charities can to provide short term support to residents of the two villages who may be struggling as a result of loss of income. Please contact Janet (details as above) for further details.
Advice from Central Government on COVID- 19 https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus
Advice from Cotswold District Council https://www.cotswold.gov.uk/coronavirus
Coronavirus: supporting children and young people https://www.gloucestershire.gov.uk/education-and-learning
NHS Advice on COVID-19 https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/
Welcome to OddingtonOnLine.
This web site tells you all about our village and the many things that happen here. The web site is maintained by the Parish Council but it is to be used by all who live in and visit the village. Please let us know if there is anything that you would like to see included.
Lower and Upper Oddington are two adjoining villages lying a couple of miles south east of Stow-on-the-Wold. There is a population of just under 500 people and the village has two churches, a village hall and two public houses. The closest railway stations are at Kingham and Moreton and the village is served by the Villager bus which takes passengers to three of our closest market towns.
The village is surrounded by lovely countryside which can easily be accessed from the network of footpaths. The woods are particularly lovely in May when the bluebells and the wild garlic are out.
Oddington is a friendly community with an active church and village hall committee. There are number of thriving clubs, one of which is sure to suit you.
Web site acessibility statement.
This web site is run by Oddington Parish Council. We know that some parts of the text may not be fully accessible.
If you have any problems accessing information on the website please or need the information it contains in any other format please contact the Clerk (details in the box on the left)
Oddington Parish Council
Clerk: Janet Eustace
Moreton in Marsh
Tel: 01451 830594
Oddington Vilage Hall Bookings:
Anne Miles 01451 830817 or
Margaret Lewis 01451 831917