Map of circular walk around Bampton which goes through Plantation and around Ham Court to Clanfield Road names old fields and meadows i.e. Ham Field, Long Hedge Furlong, Turf Close, Shill Brook, Peeks Ham Close, Norloin's Furlon, High Moor Meadow, Hilly Leaze
Article in the Voices Magazine produced in Aston, featuring The Old Grammar School and its role in the Downton Abbey series as the Cottage Hospital. £400,000 was raised to renovate the old building which is now the Bampton Community Hub, and houses the Bampton Library, a gift shop and the Lewington Room.
Photographs taken at the Thank You Party for the Vesey Room Sitters. A group of volunteers that sit regularly in the newly refurbished Vesey Room at the Old Grammar School and look after the gift shop, Following the popularity of Downton Abbey, Bampton now has coach parties of tourists. The new Chairperson Jennifer Dixon-Clegg in pale pink coat, also present Jill Wright, Janet Westman Andrew Lawrence,. Bernadette Clifton Pauline Harris, Sharone Attar, Jenny Chaundy, Nick Newland,
Handwritten Minutes from the Meetings of the Pumpkin Club held at the Cotswold Grill from January 1976 to June 1977 Club President Countess Munster Vice President Jim Gascoigne Chairman Ken Mullis Vice Chairman Ron Saunders Secretary Bill Govier Treasurer Mrs J Taylor Committee Iris Humphries, Jack Lawrence, Dave Passmore. A Jordan,
Minutes of the Committee Meetings held in 1975 and one from 1972 held in the Cotswold Grill Club President Countess Munster Vice President Jim Gascoigne Chairman Ken Mullis Vice Chairman Ron Saunders Secretary Bill Govier Treasurer Mrs J Taylor Committee Iris Humphries ,Jack Lawrence, Dave Passmore; Frank Godwin, A Jordan
Various documents appertaining to the Pumpkin Club Charity, including a Raffle Ticket, Certificate of Registration complying with the Betting, Gaming and Lotteries Act 1968 and rules for Street collecting. The Head Office listed as Eagle Inn and the Cotswold Grill and the permission was issued by West Oxfordshire District Council and given to T. P. Govier
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.
Newspaper cutting showing the members of the Pumpkin Club outside the Jubilee Pub. Jeanne Gascoigne, Ann Saunders, Jim Gascoigne, Jackie Lewin, Lady Sheila Donoughmore, Lord Richard Donoughmore, Betty Hickman Ron Hickman and Steve Lewin. The cuttings are from the Standard, Times, & Echo dated Friday 1st June 1973. “Holiday festivities in Bampton”, “Bampton shirt race comes of age” and “Bampton Annual Fête”
Newspaper cutting reporting on Tramps' Supper put on by Pumpkin Club to raise funds for the elderly residents on Bampton. Held in the Cotswold Grill and the Food donated by Dave Passmore the proprietor. Prizes were given to the best dressed Tramps. The Weekend activities included Judging of Whitsun Garlands made by Children, prizes went to Andrew and Mark Whitlock, George and Amanda Gascoigne and Floyd and Christine Curtis. Morris Dancing and an Art Exhibition were also held. The cuttings are from the Standard, Times, & Echo dated Friday 1st June 1973. “Holiday festivities in Bampton”, “Bampton shirt race comes of age” and “Bampton Annual Fête”