Newspaper Cutting reporting on the Annual Fete held in the Old School Playing Field (Sandfords Field) Bampton in 1973. There was a knock out Competition, and displays by the Fire Brigade and the Morris Dancers. The Competition was won by the Jubilee Team who apparently had to wade through the muddy stream.
Article in Witney Gazette, about Bampton Parish Council. Mrs. J Allinson and Lynn Shuker, re-elected. Items discussed white lines along footpath in Mill Green, lease to Sandford Field, toilets in Town Hall. Mr Gascoigne to stand as delegate in Local Council Conference. The Education Authority authorised the use old School Building for the Bush Club
Article in Witney Gazette about development plans being halted because there is a possibility that the Medieval Ruins of the D'Oyley Family home are on the Site. Situated in Moonraker Lane, it was proposed to demolish Folly House and CBL Electric Vehicles Yard and build some retirement homes. Oxford Archaeological Unit, and Dr John Blair, Historian at Queens College Oxford identified the historic importance of this site.
OFF THE BEATEN TRACK Impressions of a visit to Bampton Article in North Wilts Herald dated 6th October 1939. Signed by NOMAD. Reporting the approach of War, and the at The Manor may be used as a hospital.
Witney Gazette article by Miranda Norris dated 28th July 2021 about Opera held in the Deanery gardens by Bampton Classical Opera. Paride de Elena by Gluck translated in to English by Gilly French. Featuring Lucy Anderson, Ella Taylor, Lauren Lodge-Campbell and Lisa Howarth.