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Service of Evening Prayer for the sharing of St Mary's Church

  • BCA - 2022.3877
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  • 26th June 2016

PDF copy of the Service celebrating 40th anniversary of the sharing of St Marys Church with the Roman Catholic Church in the presence of Apostolic Nuncio The most Reverend Antonio Mennini, Contains an interesting account of the history Roman Catholic Services held in Bampton from The Eagle Pub, The Town Hall, and the Old Grammar School before moving to St Mary's

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Postcard to Mrs W J Johnson September 28th 1905.

  • BCA - 2017.1134
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  • September 28th 1905

Picture postcard across the east end of the Market Square showing part of the Town Hall, The Drapers, The Talbot and Hythe House. It is addressed to Mrs W. J. Johnson at Syringa Cottage in Aston post dated September 28th 1905

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Bampton with Clanfield Church AGM

  • BCA - 2020.2446
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  • April 1983

This article is about the AGM of the Bampton with Clanfield and Aston, Lew and Shifford church AGM. The vicar was Rev. Andrew Scott and this was his first year here. Alan Keef was elected secretary. Hilda Pickard was electoral roll keeper, Tim Bryce was treasurer and reported a 40% increase in parish share. A report of the diocesan synod was given by Ruby Riches and of the Mothers' Union by Mrs Betty Cooper.
Churchwardens elected were
Aston - Mr P Hook and Mr A Keef
Bampton - Mrs Hilda Pickard and Mr Norman Gregory
Clanfield - Mr P Horne and Mr Fred Farmer
Lew - Mr Charles Radclyffe and Mrs Olive Gush
Shifford - Mrs Betty Cooper and Mr Tim Bryce.

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