Northmoor Village Oxfordshire
Thatched cottages on Northmoor highstreet
Welcome to the Northmoor Parish Council and Community Website
Northmoor is a secluded rural parish between the rivers Thames and Windrush in the English County of Oxfordshire. It lies 6 miles south-west of Oxford and 5 miles south-east of Witney. The parish includes the hamlets of Moreton and Bablockhythe.
The village is set amongst fields, mostly given to raising cattle and sheep, in a part of the Upper Thames valley which has been designated an Environmentally Sensitive Conservation Area. Walkers and riders have many footpaths and bridleways to follow and the village is on the Oxfordshire cycle path. Public footpaths connect with the Thames Path and Northmoor Lock.
Thursday 2 June: At the Church: History Exhibition launch, plus an afternoon of Community Collage-making. Evening Charity BBQ (from 6pm) in aid of the Northmoor Village Trust, kindly hosted by the Elletts.
Friday 3 June: Community Walk & bring-your-own Picnic Lunch, with a game or two of rounders!
Saturday 4 June: The Red Lion: Evening BBQ at the village pub, with live music from Reg Berry & the Cherries plus The Flying Elvises (50s themed outfits encouraged)
Sunday 5 June: Village Hall ‘bring-and-share’ Tea Party and Traditional Games (12 til 4pm). Join us after the morning church service.
So...listen out for the bells ringing, meet up with friends and neighbours young and old, get involved with a community project and much more!