This is the site for The Wychwood Magazine, serving the communities of
The Wychwoods in the Cotswolds for 35 years!
The magazine is published every two months, by the community for the community and our friends, with 68 pages, packed with features, articles, news and short stories about life in the Wychwoods.
Latest issue: October – November 2016
It has been quite a memorable summer with the Rio Olympics. Who would have thought a seat clamp, manufactured by Wychwood Machining based in Groves’ yard in Milton, was so vital in the success of the Team GB cyclists? Read all about that in this edition.
Burford School reports outstanding exam results and we particularly congratulate local youngsters on their successes and wish them well with their future dreams and hopes. Wychwood School says farewell to one group of pupils as they move on to senior schools and prepare to welcome a new intake.
As we look back to the successes of the summer there is plenty to look forward to as the autumn months set in. Check all that there is on offer in our Forthcoming Events section. There is never a dull moment with concerts, talks, reading groups, knitting groups, WI, WLHS meetings and so much more. Look out for the delights of the Firework Display at Shipton Cricket Club and Christmas Fairs at Shipton WI, Milton Church and The Paddocks.
Look out for exciting news in our next issue of the WLHS’ latest project on the Ascott Martyrs.
Christine Halliday, Editor
List of articles
New postal orders: Plans announced for developing Shipton’s post office
Coffee, cakes and a natter: A pleasant way to spend Monday mornings in Shipton
Rio gold made in Milton: How a vital part for the Olympic bikes was made in Milton
Spread a little happiness: Geoff Broxholme tells of a surprising act of kindness
Messy meals: Milton Baptist Church prepares to feed the masses
W.I. green fingers in the pink: The W.I. makes a hanging bra-sket!
Prew’s garage: Behind the scenes at Milton’s busy garage
Burford School: Latest news
Rosalie Cox: Obituary for TV’s ‘Mrs Skribble’
Wychwood Library: Latest news
Fitsteps to fitness: A fitness class for dance fans
Get by with a little help from my friends: Mary outlines the vital community support she has received following her stroke
Wychwood CE Primary School: The latest school report
Dance addiction: A new ballroom dancing class starts in Shipton
The Saplings: The drama group presents their version of ‘A midsummer night’s dream’
Pheriche Hospital: Progress at this Nepalese hospital, supported by the Wychwood surgery
Leadership: The heroism of Lieutenant Colonel Rupert Thorneloe
Shipton cricket club: Review of the 2016 season
Fifield: Latest news
Wychwood benefice: New objectives and activities for our churches
Wychwood Circle: A review of the meetings of this thought-provoking group
MUWAGA – Showtime: A report of the annual Produce Show
Pig muck on the ladder: Mike Hartley continues his anecdotal look at the farmer’s year
Milton under Wychwood WI: Report of summer activities
St Mary’s church: Ambitious plans are outlined to develop the building
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