October 9th, 2018

Are you interested in Oxfordshire’s Joint Statutory Spatial Plan?

Please see link for details of a meeting on 29th November from 7-9pm in Chipping Norton JSSP James Mills poster Read more »

October 2nd, 2018

Cornbury Classic Fun Run – Sunday 14th Oct at 8.45am

The Cornbury Classic” is a fun run, organised by Friends of Finstock School. It’s been missing from the calendar for a couple of years as this sort of event needs lots of manpower. Therefore, they’ve kindly offered to share the event with Friends of Leafield School. Slightly different to previous years, this event is now […] Read more »

September 28th, 2018

New Phone Number for Sharon Henley – Leafield Parish Clerk

If you would like to contact the Council please use my new phone number 07756 333703 – I’m available Tuesdays and Fridays.  However, I’m available to respond to requests for information by email at other times so please contact me on unless your enquiry is urgent or if you would like to speak to […] Read more »

September 25th, 2018

Successful Garage Sale raises money for Daffodil Planting

Please see message received from Charlotte, Vicki and Deborah and well done for a successful fundraising event: We held a very successful village wide garage sale on the 9th of September with over 25 garages registered as well as car booters on the green – the most we have ever had ! Overall we raised […] Read more »

September 18th, 2018

Daffodils for Leafield – FREE Daffodil bulbs to give away!

If you would like some free bulbs to plant in front of your property for all the village to enjoy, please contact Deborah, Jane, Charlotte or Vicki at: or call 878035 by September 29th. – Native English Daffodil and Golden Harvest Daffodil available  Read more »

September 18th, 2018

Daffodils for Leafield – Sunday 7th October 2018

  LOTS of Volunteers needed to plant over 1,500 bulbs!!! Sunday, October 7th – 1pm-4.30pm Meet on the Green near The Fox If possible bring bulb planters, strong spades, sturdy footwear and a Hi Viz Jacket. If not, no worries, we will find you a job!! Please contact or call 878035 to let us […] Read more »

July 20th, 2018

FREE – Mobility Scooter Testing

Mobility Scooter Testing 2018 Read more »

May 31st, 2018

East Suffolk Morris Men – Dancing Outside The Fox

Friday 1st June 2018 from 12:00 noon – 12:30pm Read more »

May 23rd, 2018

Village Hall AGM – Thursday 7th June 2018

VH AGM POSTER 2018 v3 Read more »

April 30th, 2018

Maps of Leafield Green 1764 – 2018

A Leafield Resident has recently undertaken some research on Leafield Green and has very kindly given Leafield Parish Council copies of the maps he used.  We have uploaded them here as we think they may be of interest to many residents – they are amazing! Maps of Leafield Green 1764 – 2018 Read more »

March 29th, 2018

Leafield What’s On

There is so much going on in Leafield. From toddlers’, youth, and seniors’ groups and ladies’ and men’s social clubs to fitness classes, a gym, a woodland, darts, bingo, and table tennis; there are some 25 different  organisations in the village, each running its own events and activities. What’s on is a monthly email bulletin […] Read more »

March 28th, 2018

Handyperson Required – Leafield Village Hall

Short Job Description below. Handyperson Role If you are interested, please can you send a current CV or brief note of your previous experience, relevant to this role, to Jane Digby at or call her on 01993 878585 to register your interest/discuss the requirements in more detail. Closing Date:  Tuesday 18th April 2018. Read more »

March 28th, 2018

Advance Notice of Road Closure – Leafield

Temporary Traffic Regulation Notice – S14 Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 Temporary Road Closure at Leafield, Buttermilk Lane A request has been received from Thame Water for a temporary road closure to apply to the length of Buttermilk Lane whilst essential carriageway repairs are carried out. A temporary Notice is being made to implement the […] Read more »

February 27th, 2018


RE:  OXFORD-CAMBRIDGE EXPRESSWAY & GROWTH CORRIDOR Please support CPRE’s call for a Public Inquiry The new Expressway through rural Oxfordshire, intended to create more development, is to be announced as soon as July by Highways England who intend to decide its route behind closed doors without public consultation or a Public Inquiry.  We ask you […] Read more »

February 27th, 2018

West Oxfordshire Community Transport (WOCT) Membership

West Oxfordshire Community Transport Limited is a community benefit society.  It is a not for profit organisation run primarily for the benefit of the community at large and has democratic decision-making built into its structure. By becoming a member you can be involved in making the decisions which affect how we operate by voting on […] Read more »

February 7th, 2018

Open Days at Charlbury Bowls Club

Open Days at Charlbury Bowls Club, 74 Ticknell Piece Road, OX7 3TW, from 2.00pm Saturday 28 April 2018 and Sunday 6 May 2018 Read more »

January 24th, 2018

New 210 Bus Service starting 12th Feb 2018

West Oxfordshire Community Transport are starting the new Route 210 Witney – Chipping Norton via Leafield and the Wychwoods (Monday to Friday) on 12th February 2018. Current details below, more to follow as we receive it:- Read more »

October 17th, 2017

Getting Ready for Universal Credit – Benefits & Tax Credits are changing

WODC universal credit leaflet FINAL Read more »

October 17th, 2017

Garage Sale – Success!

In September another very successful Leafield village wide garage sale was held,  with over 24 garages and a number of car booters taking part. Hundreds of people came from far and wide to grab a bargain and give them a second home. What a great way to recycle! Over £300 was raised from the registration […] Read more »

September 23rd, 2017

Attempted Break Ins – PLEASE TAKE CARE

It has been reported that there have been a number of break in’s and attempted break in’s to garages and external stores in Leafield.  Significant value items have been stolen.  Please take extra care and if you see anything suspicious report it immediately by calling 101. Read more »
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