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Welcome to the Ewelme web site

We're working towards the new website!

continuing to offer useful information for Ewelme residents and visitors alike: for anyone wanting to know about our historic village.


We've had some really helpful feedback, and will continue along the same lines as now. This is not a "blog": we try to update information people want published as and when needed. The "Front Page" is used for short items of immediate interest.

 

If you think that there is something missing or a section that you can add to, then please contact us. Meantime, be aware that some browsers differ so opening stories or posters in this old website may need more patience. Some (Chrome)  open directly as intended, others (Firefox) put the desired document in "Download".

And if any young person would like to join in the revamp as an apprentice (or expert!) working with Wordpress, for another tick in the c.v. box, call or mail us.

There's a link to The Ewelme Education Awards Governors' information on Bursaries, Scholarships and Grants on their website. Look at "External Links" below left or click here ... Education Awards.

 

Ewelme Novice Horse & Dog Show 2015

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The Horse Show has its own website now. Look under "External Links" and click on it. This is the shape of things to come as we migrate village organisations from "ewelme.info" but keeping the links.

 

 

Ewelme pre-school success

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OUTSTANDING ... a great Ofsted report. Congratulations Kerry and team.

 

Tai Chi classes

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Mark Preston is starting up a new round of Tai Chi classes at 3:30 pm on Tuesday 10th February in the village hall. (enquiries to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it )

Last Updated on Wednesday, 04 February 2015 16:13
 

Permissive footpaths - update

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Someone needs to apologise ...
The scheme has not been renewed by government, so our landowners are now entitled to close, if they wish and without notice the ones they have let us use for the past 10 years. Goodwill may keep some open but we, the public have no say in this. It’s entirely their call.
YET, a local landowner whilst maintaining Hyde Shaw, was offensively insulted by some resident. And  there’s been another separate incident.
What a way to retain goodwill!
If footpaths are closed, it will be a direct result of this stupidity. Watch for the “name and shame” that will undoubtedly follow!
Meantime, respect and common courtesy …

Last Updated on Thursday, 29 January 2015 15:00
 
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Newsflash

Your new pavilion

The results are in...

200+ preferred a traditional style and 50+ preferred the modern. There were many, many constructive comments which the PC is now collating into a report to be issued very shortly.

Someone has already borrowed the bulldozer!