When Rose Gerring died, aged 89, the Archive was given a box full of all sorts of things that were in her house. This photograph was taken in Corn Street, Witney and the people are celebrating a special occasion
This is the program for a play put on by the Bampton Dramatic Society March 10th, 11th and 12th 1937. The play was called 'Barnet's Folly' by Jan Stewer. It was put on in the W. I. Hall (which is now called the Village Hall.)
This is a newspaper article from the Oxford Times June 10th 1960 which talks about the fete held at Weald Manor by kind permission of Mrs A.M. Colvile and her son Major R.A. Colvile. It was to raise funds for the renewal of part of the floor inside Saint Mary The Virgin Church, specifically the parquet flooring across the front of the aisles by the pulpit and lectern. It was Whit Monday, the day of Morris Dancing in Bampton (until the government stopped Whit Monday being a Bank Holiday and fixed it at the last Monday in May with may or not be Whit Monday) and the dancers called at the Fete.