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The Bampton Beam July 2012

  • BCA - 2022.3605
  • Series
  • July 2012

The Bampton Beam used to be produced 3 times a year. This copy is from July 2012. The topics covered and the advertisers include :-

Welcome to Summer by Louise Timmins-Gray, Editor
The Bampton Beam Needs Your Help!!
Royal British Legion, Poppy Service, The War Memorial, Sunday 11 November
Village Life
Bampton Zimbabwe Project Fair 2012
Rosebank and the Community Come Together by Mandie Oliver, Activities Coordinator
Society for the Protection of Bampton
Bampton Village Hall
Bampton Library – A Brighter Future for Your Library by Lesley Campbell, Lynne Pointer, Robin Shuckburgh and Jane Wallis BLEST (Bampton Library Events Support Team)
Goodbye Emmie’s by Jane Wallis
Bampton Community Shop: The History by Fenella Gray MBE
SPAJERS Donkey Derby Monday 27 August, Sandfords Field
Bampton Gardening Club News by Fenella Gray
Winning Poem from the Annual Garden Show 2011, ‘The Garden Show’ by Annette Minto
Aunty Beam
Sport – Bampton Badminton Club and Bampton Social Netball
Personal Announcements, Obituaries by Fenella Gray – Jonathan Phillips and Hilda Kent
Congratulations – marriage of James and Victoria Lovell
Letters to the Editor
Emmies – A Big Thank You Tom and Sylvia by Fenella Gray
From Belgrade to Bampton (via Bydgoszcz) by Charles Crawford
Questions Answered by Able Community Care
Bampton Baby and Toddler Group
Rouse’s Ramblings – Summer 2012 (1)
Rouse’s Ramblings Summer 2012 (2)
Rouse’s Ramblings Summer 2012 (3)
Rouse’s Ramblings Summer 2012 (4)
It’s a Pampered Life for Me? By Philippa Timmins-Gray
Arts and Culture – Love in the Time of Twitter – Launch of Short Film Competition for Relate, Oxfordshire
West Ox Arts – Oxfordshire Craft Guild Exhibition
An Extra for Downton Abbey by Ann Flute
Bring the Movies Back to Bampton
The Olympic Bell by David Timmins
Bampton Pre-School Playgroup
Jubilee Special by Janet Rouse
St Mary’s Church Flower Festival
West Ox Arts – Portraits of the Queen - an exhibition in celebration of the Diamond Jubilee at West Ox Arts
Fiddles and Feet – by Janet Rouse
The 60th Bampton Shirt Race (a racer’s perspective) by Toby Hopkins
Safer West Oxon – West Oxfordshire Community Safety
SPAJERs Annual Shirt Race
The 60th Annual Shirt Race by Philippa Timmins-Gray
The Chariots!
Bampton’s Got Talent in the Village Hall by Janet Rouse
British Red Cross
Monday 4 June Morris Dancing
Garlands by Ruth Wheeler
Sobell House Hospice Charity Bookshop
Girls Rugby, the Cherubs, Witney RFC
The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Sports Afternoon, Tuesday 5 June 2012 by Graham Haslam
The Barn Dance
Crossword
Get Well Wishes for Annette Minto from the Bampton Beam
Meet the Team at Spring Hair Boutique by Alexandra Tandy
Win a Pamper Session at Spring Hair Boutique
Spot On: Biztro by Amy Atkinson
Slimming World – New Consultant
Faringdon Folly Tower and Woodland
HanneyFest - in support of Thames Valley and Chiltern Air Ambulance and Hanney Pre-School
Thames Valley Police – Foundation Degree in Policing
Calendar of Events

LIST OF ADVERTIZERS
Inspiring Drama – screen acting classes, Summertown, Oxford
Oxlets.com
Carpet Options, Witney
Bampton Physiotherapy
Cotswold Bed & Breakfast
Graham Hunt, plumbing and heating engineer
Riverford Organic Vegetable Boxes
Abbey Properties
The Pitstop and Oxford Carb Services
The Morris Clown
P C Servicing
French Tuition by Mrs Cerian Cooper
Danetree Veterinary Surgeons, Faringdon
Home and Away - home minding service
Little Westbrook, Bampton, Self-Catering Cottage for two
David Burton Wedding Photography
Martin Drew, Podiatrist/Chiropodist
Computer Clinic – Graham Newman
Crisp Images – photography
Wheelgate House Bed and Breakfast
Electric Vehicles Ltd
The Gym at Carswell Golf and Country Club
Able Community Care
Bampton Garage
David Chanter Landscape Architect
Bampton Cars
Prestige Buildings
Trevor Gardner General Carpentry
Oxfordshire Wetrooms and Showers
Kernahan Service
Woods Hair and Beauty at Carswell Golf Club
Pellmans, solicitors, Eynsham
Grey Gables Garage
Ashtree Farm Accommodation
Bampton Village Window Cleaning Services
Andrew Bowman Master Thatcher
E Taylor & Son Funeral Directors
One Property Network – House and Garden Maintenance
Curtain Choice
N Nurden Motor Body Repairs
R Cooper, Builders, Painters, Decorators, Carpentry, Joinery, Dry Stone Walling
Paul Farr, Painter and Decorator
The Standlake Garage
The Coach House B&B
Room 4 Healing - Elizabeth Chanter
Nourish Oxford
Bampton Garden Plants
Patrick Strainge, Butchers
The Appliance Doctor
The Plough Inn, Clanfield
Shaun Guard TV Aerial Services
Andrew Money Paint Services
Oxford Double Glazing, Summertown, Oxford
Alexander Technique lessons
Body Talk Beauty Salon
Bampton Coffee House
Ferndale Preparatory School, Faringdon
AC Smart Tiling
Upham House Bed & Breakfast
Wags & Nags Grooming
Aston Repair Depot
Spring Hair Boutique
Biztro – lunch and evening meals
Nicky and Vicky Childcare
Systems & Solutions – computer shop
Janette Cardy Fitness
James Wildman Photography
The Romany Inn
Parallel Lines – Barbers and Ladies Salon
The Bampton Clinic
Ruby Rue Teas
TAD – Advanced Personal Trainer
S J Cooper, general builders
ORCC Trading Ltd

Janet Rouse

Trojan Tourer 1924 model owned by Doug Read.

  • BCA - 2020.2448
  • Item
  • c1960

A photograph of a Trojan Tourer 1924 model owned by Doug Read. Douglas Read OBE driving, passengers David Hunt, Bill Bullock, Geoff Hunt.

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The Bampton Beam - August 1993

  • BCA - 2020.2415
  • Item
  • August 1993

The Bampton Beam publication was produce 3 and sometime 4 times a year. This edition from August 1993 contained the following articles and advertisers.
The August Fair
The Charter to Hold a Fair
CBL Electric Vehicles
Bampton Horse Fair
The Bampton Festival
Letters to the Editor
Flower Garlands May 1993
McKenzie Brown - Plumbing Electrical
Bampton Fax Bureau
The Romany Inn
Quality Secretarial Service
Bubbles - Dog Grooming
Corner Cottage Services - Typing/Amin
Janice Radley - Chiropodist
J Temple - Hardware, DIY, Fancy Goods and Toys
Bampton Driving School
Just when did Morris dancing begin
Small medieval houses in Bampton
Bampton Horticultural Society
Gardening
Local Profiles - Hilda Kent, Margaret Howes
Curtain Choice
Andrew Bowman - Master Thatcher
Health Matters
J Godfrey - Funeral Directors
Wendy Ellison - Massage
SPAJERS
Bampton Pre-school Playgroup
The Children’s Society
Oxford College of Further Education
Oxfordshire Animal Sanctuary
Mother’s Union
Badminton
Bampton Youth Centre
Batricar - Dawn Mansfield
Bampton Environmental Watch Group
Bampton Village Hall
Step Aerobics
The MS Society
Bampton Cricket Club
Fun Aerobics Class
Paul Lappin - Decorator
Arts Page
Summer Opera & Organ Surprise
Oxford Stage Company
Pericles and The Comedy or Errors
The Talbot Hotel
MH Thomas - Building, Landscape Gardening and Fencing Contractor
The Appliance Doctor
Marks Kitchen
Post Office
Affordable rented housing
New road playground
Patient Charter
Centre for Complementary Medicine
A Fisket-a-Tasket - Flower Designs
Proze Crossword
R Cooper - Builder
Road Safety
School Children
A Simmonds = Baker
E Taylor - Funeral Directors
Grey Gables Garage
N Woodley Building Maintenance
The Complete Engraver Ltd
Diary of Events
Bampton Directory

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The Bampton Beam December 1992

  • BCA - 2020.2416
  • Item
  • December 1992

The Beam publication was produce 3 and sometimes 4 times a year. This edition from December 1992 contains the following articles and advertisers.
Homelessness
Bampton Schools
The Library
Letters
McKenzie & Brown - Plumbing & Electrical
Bampton Fax Bureau
Stephen Hailes Plumbing
MH Thomas - Building, Landscape Gardening and Fencing Contractor
Bubbles - Dog Grooming
Paul van Aardt - Chiropodist
J Temple - Hardware, DIY, Fancy Goods and Toys
Bampton Driving School
The Misses Pombroy’s Establishment for Young Ladies
CBL Electric Vehicles Ltd
Bampton Badminton Club
Mother’s Union
Cancer Relief Macmillan Fund
The MS Society
The Pumpkin Club
SPAJERS
National Blood Transfusion Service
Royal British Legion
Bampton Boys Football Club
Traffic Speed
Constable Steve Patrick - Community Policeman
Prize Crossword
R Coopers - Builder
The Talbot Hotel
Curtain Choice
Andrew Bowman
Health Matters
J Godfrey & Son - Funeral Directors
Martin Drew - Chiropodist
Windfall Apples
The West Oxfordshire Observer
Land Adjoining the Bampton Youth Centre
A Simmonds - Baker
E Taylor - Funeral Directors
Grey Gables Garage
N Woodley Building Maintenance
A Fisket-a-Tasket - Flower Designs
John King - Plumber
Diary of events
The Romany Inn

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The Bampton Beam April 1992

  • BCA - 2020.2414
  • Item
  • April 1992

The Beam was produced 3 and sometimes 4 times a year. This edition from April 1992 included the following topics and advertisers.

A decade of change in Bampton: An appraisal
Low Cost Homes latest
Annual Shirt Race
The Deanery: Restoration & Exploration
Lime Trees in Broad Street
Parish News
Speeding Traffic
Traffic Calming
Parish Council Minutes
McKenie Brown - Electrical Plumbing
Bampton Fax Bureau
Stephen Hailes - Plumbing
MH Thomas - Building, Landscape Gardening and Fencing Contractor
Home Made Labrador - Printing
R Boland & Sons - Fresh fruit & vegetables
J Temple - Hardware, DIY, Fancy Goods and Toys
Bampton Driving School
The Bush Club: Plans for the future
Easter Services
A New Sunday School
Wanted: Singers for Church Choir
The Gardening Column
CBL Electric Vehicles Ltd
Bampton Village Hall
Bampton Youth Centre
Bampton Environmental Watch Group
Bampton WI
The MS Society
The Bampton Bush Club
Bampton Swimming Pool Appeal
Bampton Brownies
Low Cost Housing Supplement: From Appraisal to Action
Ridge & Partners - Chartered Surveyors
Coleman Hicks Partnership - Architects
Fisher & Townsend (Contractors) Ltd - Building Contractors
New Playground
Site map of Bampton
Site plan for low-cost housing scheme
Hedge Your Bets - Environment
Appraisal Questionnaire
Oxford College of Further Education
Bampton Horticultural Society
The Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal
Bampton Pumpkin Club
Bampton Wives Club
SPAJERS
Bampton Pre-school Playgroup
Bampton Drama Group
Arts - West Oxfordshire Arts Association
Charles McCord Mussett
Junior Beam
Crossword
R Cooper - Builders
The Talbot Hotel
Curtain Choice
Andrew Bowman - Thatcher
Health Matters - Welbeing
J Godfrey & Son - Funeral Directors
Martin Drew - Chiropodist
Medical Matters
Oxfordshire Community Care Plan 1992/93
Painless Surgical Operations at Bampton
Centre for Complementary Medicine
Happy Memories - Girl Guides
A Fisket-a-Tasket - Flower Design
A Simmonds - Baker
E Taylor - Funeral Directors
Grey Gables Garage
N Woodley Building Maintenance
Witney Grass Cutting
John King - Heating Engineer
The Romany Inn
Bampton Directory

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O2 mast near Bampton has been faulty since August 2nd 2018

  • BCA - 2019.2181
  • Item
  • September 19th 2018

This article was written for the September 19th issue of the Witney Gazette. It reports that the O2 telecommunications mast near Bampton has been faulty since it was first reported on August 2nd 2018. There is huge frustration with it being faulty for well over a month and the lack of communication from O2. Much fore information in the article.

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Bampton Morris Dancers from 1894 to 1950

  • BCA - 2019.1678
  • Item
  • 1894-1950

2f. Castle farm. Barn or railway carriage in the farmyard behind the visiting Headington Quarry Morris dancers in 1949. George Hunt is the fool.
2k. Jingy Wells with Bertie Clark, Bill Kimber, Sam Bennett and several named Bampton people.
2o. Early c20th Miss Mary Neal has arranged for Bampton Morris men to dance in London to celebrate May Day.
2p. Bampton Morris outside the Elephant & Castle, c1920s
1894 – the earliest photograph of Bampton Morris dancers. L-R Henry Radband the sword bearer, George Wells/Taylor, Joseph Rouse, probably John Tanner, William Nathan ‘Jingy’ Wells the fool, James Dewe, George Dixey, Thomas William Tanner, Richard Decimus Butler the musician.
1897 Bampton Morris outside the Talbot Inn; the Diamond Jubilee year of Queen Victoria. Back row L-R George Dixey, William Nathan ‘Jingy’ Wells the fool, Robert Dixey, Joseph Rouse, Richard Decimus Butler the musician, Charles Henry Tanner the ragman; seated L-R James Dewe, Henry Radband the sword bearer, George Wells/Taylor, Thomas William Tanner.
Photo 1930 Dancers dancing in the Market Square by the War Memorial
Photo 1930 Dancers in a very wet Shipston-on-Stour June 23rd 1930
Photo 1932 Floods outside the Elephant & Castle. Bertie Clarke the musician, Sam Townsend, Bertie Flux, Ted Lay, Mr Buckingham, Buller Tanner, Jim Buckingham, Arnold Buckingham the fool, Brannan Brooks, and doing the carrying Punner Smith, Frank Woodley, Bert Whitlock, unknown, Bill Lock, Albert Townsend, Frank Woodley Jnr, Mr Pratt and Percy Lane.
Photo 1932 again in the floods with Mr Pratt, Percy Lane, Mr Green, Punner Smith and Albert Townsend carrying Bob Whitlock, Bill Brown, Jingy Wells and others.
1932 newspaper cutting about the floods in Bampton
1935 Morris dancing in Hyde Park
1938 Sam Bennett playing the fiddle at Whitsun and wearing his smock
1946 Dancing at Little Place. Ted Dixey nearest the camera and Jingy Wells on fiddle.
1947 In the grounds of Weald Manor. Jingy Wells on fiddle, his son with the box and cake. Roy Shergold just back on leave from Merchant Navy in uniform.
1948 Dancing outside the Elephant & Castle.
Arthur Dixey changed ready for dancing; he was the father of Ted Dixey.
BA2C69 Shepherd Shadrach Hayden and grandchild. He had a large repertoire of folk songs.
Bertie Clarke on fiddle; L-R George Hunt the fool, Pete & Rex Wheeler the twins in the middle, Francis Shergold nearest the camera, and Harry Hampton with Bertie Clarke on fiddle.
Bertie Clarke on fiddle, nobody else in the picture.
Bill Hall in bowler hat with the fertility cake and collecting box.
C1914 dancing outside the Elephant & Castle with outbuildings of Castle View farm in the background.
Boys of the Royal Ballet School wearing Morris Dancing outfits rehearsing for Folk Festival to take place at the Royal Albert Hall.
C1912 Henry Radband with the cake.
Two pictures mounted – top picture L-R Henry Radband with the cake, Bob Dixey, George Dixey, David Edginton the fool, Arthur Dixey (father or Ted), Phil Dewe, Thomas ‘Buscot’ Tanner, Jingy Wells the musician, Charles ‘Cocky’ Tanner. Bottom picture, painted, taken early 1950s.
img019 Taken c1900 and taken from the WI album. Back row L-R Harry Radband sword bearer, Jingy Wells with the fiddle, David Edginton the fool (mis-spelt on the picture), Charles ‘Cocky’ Tanner. Seated L-R Tom Tanner, Bob Dixey, Philip Dewe, Arthur Dixey, Brannan Brooks and Joe Rouse.
img437 With Monday 1927 outside the Elephant & Castle.
img590 Dancing outside Little Place
img619 1921 dancing at The Hall in Longworth.
img842 Ladies country dancing at the Charlbury Flower Show labelled The Bampton Folk Dancing Troupe.
img842 Bampton dancers June 22nd 1929 dancing at a very wet Shipston-on-Stour fair.
Outside Haytor House in 1927, L-R Jingy Wells musician (occasionally called Jinky), Bill Brown, Bill Dewe, Reg Whitlock, Barlow Wells, Bert Whitlock, Jim Buckingham and Arnold Buckingham as fool.
C1911 Jingy Wells on fiddle while they dance in a garden c1911.
June 7th 1897 dancing in the road between the Town Hall and Constables the bakers. L-r George Wells/Taylor, Thomas William Tanner, Joseph Rouse, Robert Dixey, George Dixey, James Dewe. At the rear are Charles Henry Tanner the ragman, Henry Radband the sword bearer, William Nathan ‘Jingy’ Wells the fool and Reichard Decimus Butler the musician. In the crowd everyone is wearing a hat which was the norm if outside at that time.
MO7FC1~1 1911 Jingy on fiddle, Henry Radband with cake, Charles Tanner in doorway his brother Buscot Tanner in No1 position, David Edginton fool at Bampton Manor.
MO46D9 David Edginton as the fool. His brother was killed in WWI.
MO051F Dancing outside the Elephant and Castle in 1947. This picture was used to advertise a make of car.
MOC9A1 Dancing at Weald Manor. Jingy Wells on fiddle & his son Billy with the cake and collecting box.
MOCFA7 Sam Bennett on fiddle
MOF9DA Dancing at Weald Manor with Jingy Wells on fiddle and his son Billy with the cake and collecting box.
Dancing in a garden early C20th
Dancing at Charlbury British Legion Fête.
Morris~8 c1924 dancing in a garden at Longworth.
Morris~9 dancing in a garden at Longworth.
Morris1 L-R Bobby Wells, his father William Nathan ‘Jingy’ Wells and his grandson Ken Wells.
Morris2 – William Wells playing fiddle.
Morris 10 Arnold Woodley nearest the camera dancing in a garden.
Morris11 L-R Arnold Woodley, Ted Dixey, Jingy Wells with his son Bobby Wells with the cake behind him.
Morris14. 1959 the lowest spot for the Morris when only 4 dancers turned out for Whit Monday, Frances & Roy Shergold, John Knight and Pete Allam with Jack Newton from Whitchurch Morris on fiddle and Russell Wortley as the fool.
Morris15 Heading Quarry outside the Elephant & Castle.
c1900-1908 outside the Elephant & Castle
1947 Roy Shergold in sailor's uniform Morris Dancing with names to people Francis Shergold, Bob Whitlock, Ted Dixey, Jingy Wells, Joe Pettifer, Reg Whitlock, Roy Shergold and George Dafter as the fool. Some in the crowd include Emmie & Tom Papworth, George Hunt, Raymond Paintin and Harry Green.
Sam Bennett with fiddle wearing a smock and a young Emmie Bishop who became Emmie Papworth.
Sam Bennett in the road in his smock, 3 old cars behind him.
Sam Bennett sharpening a scythe. Sam used to walk all the way from Wilmington to help play for the Morris and stayed with Albert and Mary Elizabeth Townsend at Castle Farm. To earn his keep he’d stay on for a while helping to cut the grass for hay.
Albert Dixey dressed to dance by his garden gate in Ducklington.
Untitl~9 Dancing outside the Horse Shoe before the 1925 fire.
Untitl~12 David Edginton dressed as the fool.
Untitl22 Hand written family tree including members of the Wells, Radband and Taylor families.
Jingy Well in the clothes he wore for years when playing the fiddle.

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Bampton Football team late 1950s

  • BCA - 2019.195
  • Item
  • 1950s

This picture was taken in the late 1950s or very early 1960s. The names of the people are all printed on the photograph and include
Tony Allam
John Marston
Vernon Cannons
Ted Harding
Geoff Wilson
Jim Sweetingham
Jim Barton
George Dafter
Chris Timms
Fred Mildenhall
Pete Allam
Harry Green
Cyril Smith
Micky Brooks, George Dafter’s nephew

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