Please nominate someone you believe is worthy of winning a Town Sports Award – the deadline is 7th February, not far away!
The nomination form is available from the Town Council Website.
New this year is the splitting of the Olympic Legacy into an award for Over 18’s and Under 18’s.
The Over 18 Legacy Award is for coaches and people who support sport in the Town. The Under 18 Legacy Awards are for young people who are dedicated, diligent and are team players for their sports clubs.
Good luck to everyone.
Graham Beacham – Sports Editor
Chipping Norton Town Council want your views on the best vision for Chippy’s town expansion at Tank Farm – to influence our planning authority and the landowners.
See poster (link below) to sign up for the Town Council’s December public Town Hall workshops. More detail and discussion in this month’s Chipping Norton News – out now!
Tank Farm Public workshop details
We had a lot of fun composing our Christmas edition and we hope you enjoy reading it too!
- Cheesy cracker jokes
- Fun games like Find the Robin
- Churches at Christmas
- Panto review – oh, no it isn’t!
- Holiday baking
- A huge number of events – bazaars, comedy, theatre and concerts
There’ll also be all the updates you’d expect – local issues, schools, clubs and societies. Then there’s the all-important Election Special, with candidate information for the Witney constituency.
The December edition be in the usual places from the afternoon of Monday 25th November – get in quick!
We have just received word of this concert in Chipping Camden. We wanted to share it as it’s past the deadline for the Christmas Edition – which will be in the shops on Monday!
Yes – the Chippy News is out again, get your copy from all the usual outlets. There’s news about the empty bank buildings, updates on traffic with the 20 mph scheme and HGV plans.
Plus a review of what’s been happening and all the events to come. Why not grab yours today?
At last, new plans have been unveiled for the former HSBC building in Market Place.
The Setha Group proposes to convert and extend the building to create a 31-bedroomed hotel were displayed at a public exhibition in the banking hall on 10th October. This will involve a restaurant, open to the public, in the glass-domed banking hall, meeting rooms and two wings of single-storey bedroom accommodation in landscaped gardens. The developers say that their £7m investment aims to create a 4-star boutique luxury hotel.
Visit the developers’ website for more details and to send comments (deadline for these is 25th October).
The proposals are at the pre-planning stage, meaning plans have not yet been submitted to the district council.
See the full story and pictures in November’s Chippy News – out on Monday 28th October.