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Bampton Horticultural Society Summer Show

  • BCA - 2021.2621
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  • 1976

After a very hot and dry summer the Bampton Horticultural Society held an excellent summer show although there were fewer entries in some of the flower and vegetable classes.
The Lady Anne Montagu Cup for overall points was won by Mr J Horne.
The cutting lists all the winners in all the classes.

Nik Stanbridge

Bampton Horticultural Society Autumn Show

  • BCA - 2021.2614
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  • 1974

The Bampton Horticultural Society has two shows a year and this is their autumn one. In the picture, Betty Collett the club secretary is seen holding a huge marrow with club chairman, John Snook. The John Taylor cup for the most overall points went to Mr Keith Bishop.

Nik Stanbridge

Christina James married Anthony Shurey 1974

  • BCA - 2021.2601
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  • 19714

Christina Ann James from Bowling Green Close in Bampton married Anthony John Shurey of Clanfield at Witney Registry Office in 1974. Best man was Richard Snook.

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WI pantomime cow

  • BCA - 2021.2620
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  • 1969

The WI put on the pantomime Jack and The Bean Stalk in the WI Hall in 1969
Inside the cow were Betty Collett and Valerie Adams played the cow
Jack & Jill were played by Penny Daniels and Angela Collett.

Nik Stanbridge

A retirement home for sale in The Lanes

  • BCA - 2021.2594
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  • 2014

This is an advert for the sale of a house in The Lanes in Bampton. The small group of homes are for the over 55s.

Nik Stanbridge

Gladman Developments keep trying to build more houses in Bampton

  • BCA - 2021.2590
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  • 2014

The developers Gladman Developments keep trying to get permission to create a new housing estate on land between the Aston Road and Buckland Road. Twice it has been turned down but the company has a 90 percent success rate. Now, at February 2021, permission has still not been granted despite Gladmans reducing the number of houses it wants to build as it has been shown part of the land they intended to use was frequently flooded during periods of heavy rain. West Oxfordshire District Council does now have a development plan so locals are hopeful this whole building plan will get kicked into touch.

Nik Stanbridge

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