Oddington Gloucestershire
Oddington Gloucestershire

What's On

The Village Hall is closed until further notice.

 

Church services have resumed on some Sundays - more detais are on the Church page.

 

Remembrance Sunday 8 November. There will be a short act of Remembrance at the War Memorial at 10.50 am on Sunday 8th November. Please observe social distancing and please provide contact details, for track and trace, when asked. Thank you.

SACA

It’s looking like it may be a long Winter with many people in the village having little or no social contact so we thought we should aim to do something about it.

 

Introducing Social Activities for the Covid Age – The Oddington Winter Programme. Starting from the beginning of November.

 

The aim of the programme is to create a mix of socialising opportunities, some virtual, some real (but always with an eye to guidelines and common sense).  At the moment we have two virtual activities – Come Drink/Cook with Me and The Lock Down Quiz – which will be done on Zoom.  And two “real” activities - the Monday Coffee Club and the Wednesday Walk.  If you have an idea for other events – maybe a Virtual Book Club, a Film Night or something else just let us know.

 

Come Drink/Cook with Me – will feature a guest mixologist/cook from the village talking you through a cocktail making/meal over Zoom at 6 p.m. every 2nd Thursday of the Month.  You will be provided with a list of ingredients beforehand and you will mix/cook along together and then share your thoughts about the results of your efforts.

 

The Lock Down Quiz – another Zoom experience, a pub quiz running for about 45 minutes from 8 p.m. every 4th Thursday of the Month.

 

Coffee Club – At the Horse and Groom every Monday from 11ish.  Just a chance to meet up and share a coffee whilst maintaining all the social distancing rules.

 

The Wednesday Walk – Meet up at the Village Hall on a Wednesday at 10 a.m.  Split into small groups – maybe for a longer walk (Carole Thin a Cotswold Walks Warden can advise on some great ones) or possibly just a little potter around the village.  Dogs, of course, welcome.

 

For more details check Upper and Lower Oddington Facebook Page or contact Alan Betts – alanbetts107@gmail.com or Janet Eustace – janet.eustace@yahoo.co.uk

ODDINGTON PLAYGROUND

The Parish Council reopened the playground on 4 July. In order to comply with COVID-19 restrictions we have had to introduce a number of new rules:

  • All children be accompanied by an adult
  • Time on equipment should be limited so that everyone has an opportunity to use it safely
  • Pieces of equipment should not be overcrowded
  • Equipment and touch points should be wiped with sanitiser before and after use
  • No food or drink should be taken into the play area and
  • Rubbish should be taken home if possible.

 

We are grateful to parents for helping us enforce these restrictions which enable us to keep this very well used facility open.

       
       
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