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The Bampton Beam December 2002

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  • 2002

The Bampton Beam used to be produce three times a year. This publication is from December 2002. The articles covered and the advertisers include:-ARTICLES AND NOTICESBampton Skate Park by Alan DunbarThe New Bus Services by Cllr Fred Gray

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The Bampton Beam. December 1998

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  • 1998

This is the December 1998 issue of The Beam. A publication by the Parish Council that is produced 3 times a year and given free to all households in Bampton. Topics and advertisers are :-

The Bampton Beam
Volume 13 No.3
August 1998 Pg. No. Summary of Content

1 One article on page one.
BAMPTON’S GOT ONE AT LONG LAST – A BUS SERVICE INTO OXFORD. Bus Route 18 – By Jonathan Phillips –District Councillor. Including timetable.
2 Three articles and one advert on page two.
BAMPTON VILLAGE HALL – advert.
Bampton Village Hall. Don Quixote de la Mancha.
FRIENDS OF ST MARY’S BAMPTON.
BAMPTON FIRE STATION Still Under Threat!
3 Nine articles on page three all under title ‘BAMPTON PARISH COUNCIL NEWS’.
Traffic Calming.
Police.
Allotments.
Pavilion.
Land between Aston Road and Buckland Road.
Millennium.
STOP PRESS! Traffic Calming Update.
Help required to set up an Indoor Bowls Club.
THE ROYAL BRITISH LEGION POPPY APPEAL Bampton and Lew
4 Nine adverts on page four.
Toby Vines.
E. TAYLOR & SON FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
Market Square Garage, Bampton.
THE CROP SHOP – TOO
N. WOODLEY BUILDING MAINTENANCE.
BAMPTON FAX BUREAU.
THE APPLIANCE DOCTOR.
Curtain Choice.
BEAMTECH
5 One article on page five.
NEWS FROM THE BAMPTON MILLENNIUM COMMITTEE – including form entitled ‘BAMPTON MILLENIUM COMMITTEE’.
6 Five articles on page six.
THE WITNEY AND BURFORD HOSPITAL CAMPAIGN.
AGE CONCERN
LIGHTS OF LOVE
West Oxfordshire Citizen Advocacy.
VOLUNTEER LINK-UP
7 on page seven.
MISSING
8 on page eight.
MISSING
9 One article on page nine.
BAMPTON PRE-SCHOOL PLAYGROUP Taking care of their early years
10 One article on page ten.
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
11 One article, one advert and one cartoon on page eleven.
W.R.S.V. by Jean Howell, Bampton / Aston Organiser
Sharing the Caring with community care – advert.
Bampton Bill – cartoon.
12 Four adverts on page twelve.
STE-MARK WINDOW CLEANERS & PRESSURE WASHERS
PHILIPPA RAYNE – Registered Osteopath. FIONA GEARY – Physiotherapist. LESLEY MELLIN – Reflexologist. Aromatherapist.
THE PUMPKIN CLUB CHRISTMAS BINGO
ARGOSY BLINDS
13 Three articles on page thirteen.
LAVENDER FLATS Written by Mrs Joan Smith
THE MUMMERS ARE BACK!! By Don Rouse.
This is a story about the life of a Labrador pup called Mandy-Jane.
14 Two articles on page fourteen under the title THE GARDENING PAGE.
BAMPTON GARDENING CLUB NEWS.
WEED’S AND WHAT TO DO WITH THEM By Edie Bindweed
15 Two articles on page fifteen.
ARCHITECTURE ROUND BAMPTON Written and drawn by Gilbert Marsh. Garden Gates in Bampton.
What’s happening in Market Square.
16 One article on page sixteen.
ROYAL AIR FORCE, BRIZE NORTON Do we Care! By Flight Lieutenant Adrian Dant M Inst. Pet. RAF Station Environmental Protection Officer.
17 Two articles and one advert on page seventeen.
New Boss for Signals Units Released by Flight Lieutenant Dave Rowe, Community Relations Officer.
REMEMBRANCE DAY by Mrs E. Quick, an Ex-service Great Grandmother.
OLD PILOTS, BOLD PILOTS by Archie Jackson – advert for book.
18 Eight articles on page eighteen under the title ‘NOTICE BOARD’.
BUSH CENTRE.
BAMPTON EXHIBITION FOUNDATION.
THE PUMPKIN CLUB CHRISTMAS BINGO.
BAMPTON BRIDGE CLUB.
BAMPTON WELFARE TRUST
THE CHILDREN’S SOCIETY
SOMEWHERE IN BAMPTON SOMETHING LURK’S
BAMPTON CLASSICAL OPERA
19 Four articles on page nineteen under the title ‘NOTICE BOARD’.
FOXBURY FARM Books Wanted
BAMPTON YOUTH CLUB
HAWTHORN FARM RIDING FOR THE DISABLED GROUP.
THE BURFORD SINGERS
20 Three adverts on page twenty.
PITSTOP
GREY GABLES GARAGE
Electric Vehicles Ltd.
21 Two articles on page twenty one.
THE COOKERY PAGE By Gilly French. Party Food. General Ideas. Recipes.
THE TAPPERS HIT TOWN by Rachel Piggott
22 One article on page twenty two.
OUT OF WORK FARMER –TURNED AGRICULTURE CORRESPONDENT By Dan Rouse
23 One article and one advert on page twenty three.
Contd ... OUT OF WORK FARMER –TURNED AGRICULTURE CORRESPONDENT By Dan Rouse
24 Five adverts on page twenty four.
New carpets fully fitted.
ANDREW BOWMAN MASTER THATCHER.
CHENNELLS
R. COOPER
A. SIMMONDS The Old Fashioned Village Store.
25 One article on page twenty five.
LETTERS TO : AUNTIE BEAM
26 Three ads on page twenty six.
BAMPTON ENVIRONMENTAL WATCH GROUP by Margaret Bruce-Mitford
CARPENTER home improver
D&K Building Services
27 Two adverts on page twenty seven.
Select Blinds
Farmington STONE Company
28 Three adverts on page twenty eight.
CARPENTER / HOME IMPROVER
SOCIETY FOR THE PROTECTION OF BAMPTON
D & K BUILDING SERVICES
29 One article on page twenty nine.
WEST OXFORDSHIRE ARTS ASSOCIATION NEWS AND EVENTS
30 One article on page thirty.
Macmillans Cycling Challenge by Jo Lewington
31 Three articles on page thirty one.
THE ROBERT VESEY ROOM BAMPTON LIBRARY
W.O.A.A. Highlights July, August and October by Margaret Bruce-Mitford
32 One advert on page thirty two.
Bampton Youth Club
33 Three articles on page thirty three.
Competition Corner August winner 1998
THE BAMPTON BEAM NEEDS VOLUNTEERS
THE BAMPTON BEAM’S CROSSWORD
34 One advert on page thirty four.
Piggott’s School of Dance
35 Three articles on page thirty five.
Diary of Forthcoming Events
BAMPTON DIRECTORY 1999
THE BAMPTON BEAM – publishing information
36 One advert on page thirty six.
BAMPTON SMALL BUSINESS ASSOCIATION

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The Bampton Beam August 2003

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  • 2003

The Bampton Beam used to be produced three times a year and a copy given to every household. This issue is from August 2003. The topics covered and the advertisers include :-ARTICLES AND NOTICESBampton Market Square Phase 2 Improvements.

Nik Stanbridge

The Bampton Beam August 1997

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  • 1997

The Bampton Beam used to be produced three times a year. This issue is from August 1997 and the topics covered and the advertisers are :-

ARTICLES AND NOTICES
Fire Station Threatened? Bampton Fire Station could close if more recruits cannot be found. Sub-Officer Brian Kew explains it all.
Millennium – what Millennium?
Bampton Village Hall
Bampton Gardening Club by Chairwoman Lin Edgar
Bampton Bill – cartoon
Bampton Parish Council News, traffic calming measures, proposed development in Station Road, Mercury Close/Pembroke Place playgrounds, Sports Pavilion, Use Them or Lose Them Campaign, Pavement areas, Police Liaison Meeting, War Memorial, Charge for Road Closures and Parish Council Minutes
District Council News, County Council Budget, West Oxfordshire Plan to 2001, The Future Management of West Oxfordshire District Council, Neighbourhood Notification, Oxfordshire Village Shops Association
The Recreation Ground
Bampton Boys’ FC by Linden Burley
Bampton in the Bush Cricket Club
Bampton Tennis Club
Archery
Progress for Bampton Recreation Ground by District Councillor, Jonathan Phillips
Witney and District Carers Club
Oxford Brookes University Survey
Foxbury Farm Open Day
What Next? The Vicar’s Story – The Reverend Lloyd talks to Linda Mills
Church of St Mary the Virgin, Bampton – forthcoming events
Society for the Protection of Bampton
Letters to the Editor
Wedding notices – Bill Redpath and Susie Fifoot and Linda Amos and Karl Scarff
Bampton Youth Club
West Oxfordshire Drug Reference Group
Bampton Environmental Watch Group
100 years old on 9 July 1997, Mrs Nellie Brooks
Notice Board
Bampton Bridge Club
The Bampton Bush Centre
The Children’s Society
The Victoria County History
Bampton Welfare Trust
Used Cards Wanted to help ‘The Vine’ a centre for unemployed, depressed, homeless and unhappy people
Bampton Methodist Church
Yoga in Bampton
Bridge Classes at The Bush Centre
Bampton Youth Centre
Bampton Women’s Institute
Bampton Gardening Club
Amnesty International
Step-Out – group to help increase self-confidence
Bampton Exhibition Foundation
Bampton British Legion
West Oxfordshire Conservative Association
Bampton School, articles produced by Year 5 (Mrs Newman’s class)
Friends of Bampton School
Morris Dancer of the Year – Luke Fowler
The Bampton Playgroup
Architecture around Bampton, written and drawn by Gilbert Marsh – new houses in Pembroke Place
The Beam’s Pet Choice, ‘Puddin’ by Louise Gray
Macmillan Cancer Relief, Bampton, Faringdon and Carterton Committee
What’s Been and What’s to Come? Elderly people sign, April Fool joke, Easter Bonnet Parade, Pumpkin Club’s Annual Street Fair, The Shirt Race, The Donkey Derby, May Garlands, The Morris Dancers
Gardening Life by Jo Lewington
The Cotswold Wardens
Letters to Auntie Beam
Don’t Suffer in Silence – domestic violence help
Oxfords Women’s Aid
Victim Support
Housing Rights Centre
Citizens Advice Bureau
Oxford Sexual Abuse and Rape Crisis Centre
Samaritans
Rat of the Month – the person who pinched a full bottle of coins that belonged to The Pumpkin Club from the Romany bar and replaced with an empty one
West Oxfordshire Arts Association New and Events
Feathers in Bampton’s Artistic Hat by Margaret Bruce-Mitford
Fiddlers and Feet Workshop
Young Calligraphers
The Food Page by Gilly French
Crossword
The Morris Clown Pub Saved by Jonathan Phillips
Pumpkin Club Bingo
Diary of Forthcoming Events
Support Bampton Facilities – Use Them or Lose Them Campaign

LIST OF ADVERTIZERS
G A J Soame & Associates, planning consultancy, architectural and property services
Andrew Bowman, Master Thatcher
Chennells, hairdressers
Grey Gables Garage
Farmington Stone
Community Care
Edby Vines, producers of English Wines and Vine Suppliers
Market Square Garage
N Woodley, building maintenance
The Appliance Doctor
Philippa Rayne, osteopath, Lesley Mellin, reflexologist/aromatherapist, Fional Geary, physiotherapist
E Taylor & Son, funeral directors
Adrian Dunsby, carpenter
J Temple, hardware, DIY, Fancy Goods and Toys
Curtain Choice
Bampton Fax Bureau at Emmie’s Newsagents
R Cooper, builders, carpenters, joinery, painters, general repairs and dry stone walling
The Pitstop and Oxford Carb Services
Bubbles dog grooming
Danetree veterinary surgeons
Londis community shop
The Romany Inn
A Simmonds, the old fashioned village store
Electric Vehicles Ltd
Abbey Properties, estate agents

Nik Stanbridge

The Bampton Beam April 2004

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  • 2004

The Bampton Beam used to be produced three times a year. This issue is from April 2004 and the topics covered and advertisers include:-

ARTICLES AND NOTICES
Bampton Fire and Rescue Station Needs You!
Photo of firefighters Mark Lloyd, Steve License, Mark Carrington and Gary Pitts
Bampton Village Hall
The Final Push to Ensure the Future of St Mary’s Church
Bampton ‘250’ Club list of recent winners
Bampton Market Square Phase 2 Improvements
Bampton Parish Council News by David Hawkins, Chairman
100 New Houses now unlikely
Survey for Affordable Housing
Traffic Calming
State of Roads
Poor Drainage outside Surgery
Bid for Parking Bays
Market Square Improvements
New Councillor – Anna Pitt
Revamp of Play Parks
Parish Rates 2004/2005
Future of RAF Bampton Castle
Broadband in Bampton
Firework Display Profit
Pieces ‘No Man’s Land’ Finds Owner – OCC Highways
Use of Pavilion
Parish Press Briefing January 2004, Oxfordshire Playbus
Parish Maps
Grants for Children in Oxfordshire – Oxfordshire Children’s Fund
Floods booklet reminder for Oxfordshire
Free Starter Pack on How to start up a Waste Action Group
Maggie’s Cancer Information Centre
District Council Report by Jonathan Phillips
Recycling
District Council Housing Needs Survey
Parish Council, Affordable Housing Needs Survey by Ralph Norman, Parish Council
Things Never Change Do They! An article our of ‘News Chronicle’ 1935. Cottages at 3/- a week
Police Report for 2003
Oxfordshire Rural Community Council Membership Scheme
Gigantic Garage Sale – Farmhouse Restaurant Clearance
Society for the Protection of Bampton
Letters and Emails to the Editor
The Lock by Frank Egerton – What critics said about The Lock
Bampton School News by Richard Pitt – Parent Governor
The Bampton Directory
Bampton Welfare Trust
Bampton Youth Centre by Colin Allport
Lost Cat – Can You Help?
WRVS – Home Choice Meals
The Post Office – What’s Happening Down at the Post Office by Martin and Carole Barrett
Reasons to use the Post Office
What’s on in May?
The Great Annual Shirt Race
The May Garlands by Ruth Wheeler
How to make a Garland
The Craft Fair
The Morris Dancers
Notice Board
The Laura Knight Appeal Update
The Bampton We Have Lost – by Mr Hughes-Owen
Small Producers Market
St Mary’s Ladies Lunch
Christian Aid Week
Bampton Exhibition Foundation
The Bush Club
Bampton Bridge Club
Old Birthday Cards
The Red Cross
Bampton Ladies Group
Cancer research Bampton Branch
West Oxfordshire Conservative Association
Charity Shop Thanks
Useful Telephone Numbers
The Bush Club Needs You!
Bampton Traffic by Sue Helm, Residents for Action on Traffic
Bampton Library
Traffic Questionnaire
Road and Traffic Issues by Fred Gray, Bampton Parish Council
Speeding, HGVs, Pedestrian Crossings, Car Parking and Transport Study
Annual Parish Meeting – Wednesday 21 April 2004, Village Hall 7.30 pm
The Gardening Club Annual Summer Show Saturday 26 June 2004
52nd SPAJERS Bampton Shirt Race
Rosebank Care Home – a personal view by Richard Wilkins (Activities Coordinator) with photos
Bampton Museum – Forthcoming Events
Bampton Recreation Ground
The Tennis Club
Easter Holiday Programme
Bampton-in-the-Bush Cricket Club
Short Mat Bowls
Bampton Archery Club
The Horseshoe Football Club
Bampton Youth Football
Bampton Gun Club
Bampton Weightlifting Club
Bampton Badminton Club
The Pavilion
Protective Clothing
Insurance Liabilities
The Gardening Page by Edie Bindweed
Gardening Club Forthcoming Events
Bampton Environmental Watch Group by Ralph Norman, Chairman
The Cookery Corner by Emma Deacon
Hi-Fi Opera by Gilly French – with photos
Bampton Classical Opera presents Haydn’s La Vera Costanza
Age Concern Oxfordshire
W I Markets, Witney
Out of Work Farmer Turned Agricultural Correspondent by Don Rouse
SPAJER’s News by Don Rouse
West Ox Arts – various exhibitions
Welcome to West Ox Arts
Robert Vesey Room
WOA needs voluntary sitters
The Great WOA Stair Lift Appeal Fund
West Oxon Decorative and Fine Arts Society
Gallery Life Drawing Classes
Crossword
Town Hall Bookings
Calendar of Events
WODC Easter Holiday Refuse and Recycling Collection Timetable

LIST OF ADVERTIZERS
Roger F J Kerswill Photography
Pellmans, solicitors, Eynsham
Witney Lakes Resort
N J Woodley, building maintenance
Temples, DIY, Ironmongery, Paint, Wood, Cement, Sand, Gravel, Toys, Gifts and Candles
A Simmonds, The Old-Fashioned Village Store
Andrew Bowman, Master Thatcher
Tony Hughes, scissor sharpening
Abbey Properties Estate Agents
The Romany Inn
Electric Vehicles Ltd
Domino Menswear, Witney
R Cooper, Builders, Painters, Decorators, Carpentry, Joinery, Dry Stone Walling
The Standlake Garage
Bojangles Hairdressers
Bodytalk, remedial sports massage
Oxford Double Glazing, Summertown, Oxford
Grey Gables Garage
Londis, community shop
A Bonner, Carpenter/Handyman
Grange Photographic
The Post Office
The Cotton Club
The Horseshoe Inn
Patrick Strainge, Butchers
Bampton Cars
The Morris Clown
Cotswold Bed & Breakfast
The Appliance Doctor
Bampton Fax Bureau at Emmies Newsagents
Philippa Rayne, osteopath, Fiona Farmer physiotherapist and Lesley Mellin, reflexologist and aromatherapist
E Taylor & Son, Funeral Directors, Carterton
Curtain Choice
The Pitstop and Oxford Carb Services
The Robert and Doris Watts Residential & Nursing Home, Carterton
W I Markets, Masonic Hall, Witney
Danetree, veterinary surgeons, Faringdon
N Nurden Motor Body Repairs
Christopher Brooks Photography
Matthew Shaw – Handyman
S J Cooper, general builders
Systems & Solutions – computer shop

Nik Stanbridge

The Bampton Beam April 2003

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  • 2003

The Bampton Beam used to be produce 3 times a year. This issue is from April 2003. The topics covered and the advertisers include:-ARTICLES AND NOTICESBampton’s Pre-School Playgroup – New Building Needed – Help Required!The Skate Park is Ready

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Survey of local residents

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  • 2014

Bampton residents were invited to take part in a survey; around 1,500 questionnaires were completed as part of the project to draw up a community-led plan for the village, to help guide future developments by reflecting residents' views.

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