Amenities

  • CALLING ALL ARTISTS

    Wolfords Village Hall has an unused long  wall which is available to local artists to exhibit their pictures/artwork. There will be no charge to exhibitors and the only conditions are that the works are by locals, not political, not pornographic otherwise any subjects, any media, landscapes, portraits, abstract whatever.

    The hall is used by quite a lot and your work will be exposed to a good few folks over a period of 2 months. You hang your own pictures , prepare your own display title and price cards and your contact details.

    You can come in and change your exhibits as you please. You can hang 1 piece or several.

    We hope to have a comprehensive art wall . If successful we will follow this with an exhibition one for local photographers.

    In the first instance contact Peter Watson on 01608 674325  peter.watson34@btinternet.com


     

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  • Heating Oil Syndicate
    The Village Heating Oil Syndicate is run by the Parish Council – for details see Parish Council


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  • Parish Magazine

    The Link is the monthly Parish Magazine which has information about all sorts of local events and happenings covering the seven local parishes of the SW7 benefice. There is a small annual subscription and it is delivered at the beginning of each month. If you do not already subscribe and would like to do so please contact Di Watson 01608 674325.


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  • Library

    The Mobile library visits on a three weekly cycle between 10.00am and 10.20am Monday mornings stopping in the Fox and Hounds car park. For further details see www.warwickshire.gov.uk.

     

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  • Transport

    The Shipston Link bus service www.shipstonlink.co.uk picks up at 10.07 on Fridays by the post box to go to Shipston on Stour and comes back to the village about 12.30.

    The Villager Community Bus is an established scheduled service operating in parts of Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire and Warwickshire. The main routes are through some of the smaller North Cotswolds villages and towns with the primary aim of serving those communities for which other means of transport are either difficult or non-existent.

    The Villager bus serves Great Wolford on Wednesday afternoons. It stops in the village at 1.46 pm before travelling on to Todenham, Bourton-on-the-Hill, Moreton, Evenlode,  Adlestrop and Salford arriving in Chipping Norton (West Street) at 2.15.  The return bus leaves Chipping Norton (West Street) at 4.25 pm arriving in Great Wolford at 5.02. The full timetable may be viewed or downloaded HERE. (Timetable revised as of 01/06/2015)

    There is a good train service from Moreton in Marsh going into London Paddington via Oxford or in the other direction to Worcester. Buses run from Moreton in Marsh to Stratford on Avon or Cirencester. Buses run from Shipston on Stour to Stratford on Avon. There are several local taxi services.


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