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This is an independent, not-for-profit project based in Eynsham, supporting local charities, clubs and societies, businesses and public services via a printed newsletter, delivered free to every household 6 times a year. Local contributions are always welcome, especially from community groups.

Thanks again to Bartholomew Sports Centre, the Eynsham Churches and Eynsham Dental Care for their generous support in 2019-20. Arrangements for 2020-21 are under review - please check below!

Online offerings now include an Over to You magazine and a Children’s page.

Our latest ‘regular’ issue appeared on 30 March 2020, with a ‘slim-line’ weekly round-up close behind. Downloads on this page start with issue 19, published in May 2016. For earlier numbers please visit our companion site on Issuu.

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flower meadow with bluebells - Photographer Grace Ironside, Holywell Presscherry blossom at the Fishponds - Photographer Ian Whitesigns of spring - Photographer Eynsham Onlinecover image - issue 42 - 40 years of glorious music - Photographer Angela Coultercover image - issue 41 - ‘Do you want West Oxfordshire District Council to use the Neighbourhood Plan for Eynsham to help it decide planning applications in the neighbourhood area?’ - Photographer Ian Whitecover image - issue 40 - Photographer Eynsham Community Primary Schoolcover image - issue 39 - Can you take the heat? - Photographer Ian Millercover image - issue 38 - Take time to relax... - Photographer Sue Chapmancover image - issue 37 - All together now... Reporter Sarah Medina - Photographer Sandy Helligcover image - issue 36 - A visit to the proposed Garden Village site, reported on page 2 - Photographer Katherine Doughtycover image - issue 35 - Alternative futures... a salute to the visionaries - Photographer Sue Chapmancover image - issue 34 - Photographer Ian Whitecover image - issue 33 - ‘At the going down of the sun...’ A blaze of light as the long, hot summer draws to a close. - Photographer Peter EmeryCover image - Issue 32 - A century ago, in 1914, Eynsham was comfortably contained in a cluster of mediaeval streets - the darkest area shown on the map. <br/><br/>How things change! The village expanded north and west after World War II, most spectacularly in the decade 1961-71, when the population almost doubled to 4427. [Continues ...] - Photographer Paul Hughescover image - issue 31 - Eynsham Netball Club: 2017–2018 winter season winners! - Photographer Brianna Wilkinscover image - issue 30 - ‘the traffic issue’ - Photographer Sue Chapmancover image - issue 29 - Photographer Ian Whitecover image - issue 28 - Photographer Ian Whitecover image - issue 27 - Photographer Eric Whitecover image - issue 26 - The Firefighters grapple with ‘Rope Wars’ – summing up Carnival 2017 and the spirit of Eynsham too. - Photographer Anthony Morris of Farmoorcover image - issue 25 - A40 Road Song © Kathy Peltan, with apologies to<br/>Percy Mayfield - Photographer Alice Walkercover image - issue 24 - Photographer Moth Clarkcover image - issue 23 - “possibly West Oxfordshire’s best kept environmental secret”? - Photographer West Oxfordshire District Councilcover image - issue 22 - Photographer Alix Harringtoncover image - issue 21 - Photographer Sue Chapmancover image - issue 20 - Photographer Stuart Smith, Eynsham Fire Servicecover image - issue 19 - Freshly picked for Eynsham Carnival - Photographer Paul Berrycover image - issue 18 - “Cry God for Harry, England and St George!” - Photographer Jane Tomlinsoncover image - issue 17 - Photographer Peter Emerycover image - issue 16 - Photographer Eynsham Onlinecover image - issue 15 - Photographer PCSO Helen Keencover image - issue 14 - Photographer Harold Jerredcover image - issue 13cover image - issue 12 - Photographer Ivor Portercover image - issue 11 - Photographer Robin Moody
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