Following the call for volunteers in our last issue, we are delighted to announce that a new team has come together to take our newsletter forward. They introduce themselves on page 8.
It’s a time of transition on other fronts too – for the Parish Council and for our District & County Council representatives. Pages 2-3 offer a chance to make a difference at the ballot box in May and to get involved in the longer term.
Things are warming up on the cricket and croquet pitches – players of all ages welcome – and other activities are on the way back. Do check them out! Twelve months from the first Lockdown, we report from the schools and Community Larder, following up with a glimpse of home schooling and a vision of Eynsham in 2030.
A profile of Bartholomew teacher Norman Hayes, who died last year, will interest former students and art lovers alike. You’ll find the usual updates on planning and building issues; and we round off with several quality contributions from readers, not forgetting a seasonal colouring corner.