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Win Jones aged 94 beats covid-19

  • BCA - 2021.2571
  • Item
  • January 2021

Win Jones aged 94 is a very remarkable lady. She works hard at keeping fit and that is probably what has helped her to get over being infected with covid-19

Bampton Community Archive

Wenrisc Ward in Witney Hospital re-opens

  • BCA - 2021.2575
  • Item
  • 2015 2016

When the Wenrisc ward was closed in 2015 there was great concern locally that it may be permanent despite being told it was for refurbishment. It was with relief that it was reopened a year later.

Bampton Community Archive

Wedding of Olive Peacock & James McCabe

  • BCA - 2019.2045
  • Item
  • 1950s

Andrew McCabe sent the Archive this photograph. It is of his parents' wedding, James McCabe and Olive Peacock, probably about 1950.

Bampton Community Archive

The Morris Eight Band, - Morris Dancing

  • BCA - 2022.3904
  • Item
  • 1970-1990

3 Frames of an old film footage of the Morris Dancers possible 1930's, showing Sonny Townsend, Reg Whitlock, Bob Whitlock, Fred Pettifer.
Don Rouse, Trevor Hewett and Jamie Wheeler, have commented on Morris Eight Band as follows
Trevor Hewett – “The Morris Eight Band were: Colin Bathe, melodeon; Andrew Bathe, Alec Titchener, Trevor Hewett, fiddles; Curly Titchener, percussion; Francis Shergold, caller.”
Don Rouse – “The Morris Eight Band that Trevor Hewett mentions was indeed the first Band that I booked for an Oxford - Leiden Barn Dance in 1974. Frank Purslow used to play for them. From them were formed the Bampton Barn Dance Band. Curly Titchener and Colin Bathe with their sons often helping out. At the same time the Beaker Folk with Ray Borrett in charge were performing. Mathew Green and Fred Cook were with the Bampton Barn Dance Band and broke away to present their own interesting style of Folk music to form the Woodpeckers. Arnold Woodley then formed a Band at this time which I cannot remember their name. Can Jamie Wheeler help me. So, during the 1970s - 80s and 90s there were five very capable bands operating from Bampton.”
Jamie Wheeler - Arnolds band was the Bampton Bushmen. I played regularly with the Morris 8 from 1979 to 1983 and on an occasional basis with Beaker Folk from 1982 right up to 2015

Janet Westman

The Elms. Sale Catalogue 1977

  • BCA - 2022.3782
  • Item
  • February 1977

Catalogue of the contents of The Elms, Broad Street , being the belongings of Mrs Davey.
The catalogue was owned by Mrs K Jackson and is marked up with prices achieved.

Janet Westman

Ted Dixey and his family

  • BCA - 2017.846
  • Item
  • c1900

Ted Dixey was known to most Bamptonians as a bellringer and Morris dancer. These are photograph of his maternal grandparents, his sister and husband Robert Ferguson, of Ted himself and his fiance of 40 years, Sylvia.

Bampton Community Archive

Ted Dixey and his family

  • BCA - 2019.2207
  • Item
  • most of C20th and early C21st

Ted Dixey took a very active part in Bampton life. He was a Morris Dancer for several years as was his father. He learnt to bellring in 1943 when ringing was permitted again and rang to within a very few years of his death.

Bampton Community Archive

Sylvia Ellen Lewis1938-2022

  • BCA - 2022.3898
  • Item
  • 2022

Copy of the funeral service for Sylvia Lewis, held in St Marys Church 20th April 2022

Janet Westman

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