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East Hanney Parish Council

Serving the people of East Hanney

Clerk: Guy Langton
12 Brookside, East Hanney
Wantage, Oxfordshire OX12 OJL

Tel: 01235 867403

  • Image: The Black Horse, East Hanney

    The Black Horse, East Hanney

    The Black Horse Public House, Main Street, East Hanney.

  • Image: St James the Less (former)

    St James the Less (former)

    The deconsecrated St James the Less, Main Street. East Hanney.

  • Image: Dandridge Mill

    Dandridge Mill

    A former silk mill now private dwellings in East Hanney.

  • Image: The old 'Vintage' pub

    The old 'Vintage' pub

    Thanks to Don McDouall

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Latest News

Grove and Wantage Extravaganza

Grove and Wantage Extravaganza

Sun, 18 Mar 2018 10:40 by Guy Langton

The Grove and Wantage Extravaganza 2018 to be held in Grove on Saturday 16 June 2018 – entry is free to all.

A DAY OF ENTERTAINMENT AND COMMUNITY FUN FOR ALL THE FAMILY

Attractions to include:

National Tug of War Championships (Teams drawn from all parts of England).

Clog Dancing; Duck and Dog Show; Dog Show; Dog Agility Demonstrations;

Morris Dancing; Fairground; School Choirs; Wantage Male Voice Choir; Classic Cars: Rugby Demonstration; Climbing Wall; Electric Go Karts; British Army Stand: WilliamsF1: Hot Air Balloons; Evening Rock Bands; Wantage Silver Band. More »

In addition to the above, there will also be participatory events, side shows, display stands, food, drink and music to include:

Barbeque; Hog Roast; Craft Stalls; Cork Shooting Alley; Ice Creams; Bumper Cars; Inflatables; Roundabout Aeroplane Ride; Bar; Sweet Stall; Lenny's Lizards: Children's Air Ambulance; Face Painting; Candyfloss; Bouncy Castles; Popcorn: Donuts; Fish & Chips; Ball in a Bucket; National Animal Welfare Trust; Rhino Rugby Game; Golf Simulation Game; Shire Horses ; WSMC and much more.

If you would like to participate in the Extravaganza in any way we would like to hear from you as soon as possible. Please contact Roger Williams by email using drwilliams93@outlook.com

or 01235224255 / 07539969117

It is hoped this event will be of interest to villagers. If any local organisations wish to have a stall they are welcome to do so by contacting Roger Williams (details on the flyer) or Stephen Dexter (stephendexter@btinternet.co). » Less

Quiz Night

Fri, 02 Mar 2018 06:52 by Guy Langton

An exciting quiz night is taking place on Saturday 24 March in East Hanney to raise funds for charity, hosted by Cllr. Reg Waite.

The quiz is taking place at the War Memorial Hall in the village and is open to teams of up to six people. Any couples or individuals who don't have a full team come along and join up with others on the night.

To enter, tickets cost £10 per person with a buffet included. A licenced bar will also be available from 7pm. More »

The quiz starts at 7.30pm and there are prizes of wine for the winning team and a wooden spoon for the losers. All proceeds from the evening will be split between the Children's Air Ambulance and Alzheimer's Society.

The two charities were chosen by Cllr. Reg Waite, Chairman of Vale of White Horse District Council, said, "The evening should be great fun with questions on all sorts of subjects from history, art, music and geography. We hope everyone is able to come along and help raise funds for these two fantastic charities."

To register as an individual or a whole team please contact karen.dodd@southandvale.gov.uk or phone 01235 422082 by 9 March. » Less

Meet Munching Molly and pals - the new food waste trucks

Tue, 27 Feb 2018 16:04 by Guy Langton

Vale of White Horse and South Oxfordshire District Councils set a challenge to primary school children in both districts to come up with a list of new names for the new food waste recycling trucks.Residents then voted for their favourites.After nearly four weeks and thousands of votes, the most popular name in Vale of White Horse was Munching Molly. The name was put forward by two pupils at John Blandy Primary School in Southmoor, near Abingdon.There are a total of 12 new food waste trucks in need of a name, so the most popular six names in both districts will be given to the trucks. The new fleet was recently introduced to southern Oxfordshire by the councils' waste contractor Biffa.The top six names in the Vale are:Munching MollyChompyCompost CarlMonster Munching MichaelFoody FredBanana-munch Bob.The children, who put forward those names have each won a swimming pass for our local leisure centres for their family, courtesy of GLL the councils' leisure centre contractor. Each child also scooped £150 book tokens for their schoolCllr Elaine Ware, Vale cabinet member for housing and environment said: "We were really impressed with all the names put forward by the children and it seems the residents of Vale of White Horse were too."We wanted to celebrate the new trucks and have a bit of fun while also bringing attention to the importance of food waste recycling."We would like to thank everyone for taking part in the vote and we look forward to seeing Munching Molly and friends on the streets of the Vale in the coming months."Everyone can recycle all cooked and uncooked food waste using the councils' household collection service. Food waste is collected every week and taken to an anaerobic digestion plant near Wallingford to be recycled into gas for electricity and fertiliser for local farmland.During 2016/17, 10,024 tonnes of food waste was collected and sent for recycling in South Oxfordshire and Vale of White Horse.