Hardwick Village

Hardwick Village

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I’m sure most people have seen us passing by however if anyone is interested Santa will be doing a little tour around hethe on Christmas Eve for the kids and park up at the Christmas shop for 18.00 Ring a bell for Santa on Christmas Eve at 6pm. Carriage Works & Driving Horses Flowers designed by Steve full details to follow if people are interested. No rides will be given only photos and social distancing must be followed. Please comment if interested. Thank you
Evening please if anyone else is planning fireworks in the next few days give me some notice. Tonight’s were right over my stables. One horse smashed his way out of the stable and I’ve just spent the last hour calming them down. Thank you
In these strange times I’m sorry I’ve not really met many people in the village but would like to take the opportunity to say what a lovely village it is and we are very happy here. I hope we haven’t caused to much congestion on your roads 🙈
Great SEN Nanny job in Hardwick near Aylesbury just in!!! Please take a look!!

A lovely sole charge nanny is needed for a family with 3 boys aged 8, 10 and 13 years old. Two of the boys require a nanny that has SEN experience that includes ADHD and Autism (high functioning).

The nanny must be live out but be happy to spend the odd night at the house when the dad is travelling.

The family has 1 cat.

Duties: Laundry duties, meal preparation, school drop off and pick up, light housekeeping when children are at school, general wellbeing.
Days: Monday-Friday.
Hours: 7:30 am-9:00am and 3:15 pm – 7:00/9:00pm (flexible). Finish time will mostly be 7:00pm.
Start: ASAP
Salary: £12/13 gross per hour

Candidate needs to be a confident driver with a clean license.

As with all Mum’s The Word placements our candidates should have a minimum of 2 years’ experience working with children, an Enhanced DBS, paediatric first aid certificates and at least 2 contactable references.

www.mums-the-word.co.uk
Once again we are distributing the Shelswell News magazine electronically as far as is possible. If you would like a copy, please get in contact with me and I will email you one.
Join us at 10 am tomorrow for our live streamed service of Holy Communion here on Facebook (Shelswell News group).
Focus are seeking reliable enthusiastic people to deliver the Focus Bicester North magazine into rural areas close to Bicester.

This is an existing Focus magazine and an expansion of circulation, transport is a must. Call Steve 01327 353753 / 07756 544511 for further details / rates pay etc.
Artemis (dark tortoiseshell cat) hasn’t been home since Tuesday. She was coming back twice a day for food before then and I’d expect her to come inside in this weather. Please can you check your sheds and garages?
Has anyone seen my cat Artemis recently? She hasn't been home since Saturday 7th July, but I did see her hunting alongside the bridleway behind Curtis and Carder, near where the chickens are in the evening last Tuesday (10/07) She is dark tortoiseshell. Please let me know if you see her as I always worry!
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The small village just north of Bicester in Oxfordshire. Situated in the parish of Hardwick cm Tusmore.

Operating as usual

24/01/2021

What a shame to find the swing on one of our favourite walks gone. 😞
There are so few things that bring happiness at the moment. This was one of them......

22/12/2020

Chris

I’m sure most people have seen us passing by however if anyone is interested Santa will be doing a little tour around hethe on Christmas Eve for the kids and park up at the Christmas shop for 18.00 Ring a bell for Santa on Christmas Eve at 6pm. Carriage Works & Driving Horses Flowers designed by Steve full details to follow if people are interested. No rides will be given only photos and social distancing must be followed. Please comment if interested. Thank you

[11/24/20]   Wi-Fi is back up and running!! 👏🏼👏🏼

02/11/2020

Chris

Evening please if anyone else is planning fireworks in the next few days give me some notice. Tonight’s were right over my stables. One horse smashed his way out of the stable and I’ve just spent the last hour calming them down. Thank you

31/10/2020

Chris

In these strange times I’m sorry I’ve not really met many people in the village but would like to take the opportunity to say what a lovely village it is and we are very happy here. I hope we haven’t caused to much congestion on your roads 🙈

31/10/2020

Happy Halloween Hardwick. 🎃

[05/26/20]   During this lovely weather does anyone know if Mark the icecream van man still rolls through? 🍦🍦Thanks.

[05/08/20]   We remember. 🇬🇧✌🏼🍰

[04/30/20]   Wonderful clap up our end of the village for the NHS 👏👏👏👏👏. Happy Birthday Captain Tom. xx 🎉🎉

[04/23/20]   💙👏🏼💙👏🏼💙👏🏼💙👏🏼

26/03/2020

We hope you clapped loud and proud for our wonderful carers at 8pm. 💙

15/03/2020

The Muddy Duck

Goodnight Malthouse 🦆

Thank you for nearly 8 years of memories and an unthinkable number of covers served. It’s time for change, to move with the times and create something revolutionary ✨

Thank you to everybody who has frequented the restaurant over the years. We are so excited to welcome you back, with open arms to our brand new foodie haven opening very soon! Listen out and keep your eyes peeled folks, this is something you’re not going to want to miss 👀
#themuddyduck #themuddyduckhethe

mailchi.mp 28/01/2020

Change is afoot

Big changes coming at The Muddy Duck:
https://mailchi.mp/0b15cac245ab/celebrate-christmas-at-the-muddy-duck-3648513?e=4ee68708dd

mailchi.mp Almost a decade ago we made one of the most exciting additions to our family, which was the purchase of the modest village pub, then The Whitmore Arms…which, in our hands, became The Muddy Duck. The next two years were spent making huge changes to the pub into the renowned establishment it has bec...

01/11/2019

Hardwick Village

29/10/2019

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Forthcoming Planning Policy Consultation:

Proposed Main Modifications to the Partial Review of the Cherwell Local Plan (Oxford’s Unmet Housing Needs) will commence on Friday 8 November 2019 and end at 11.59pm on Friday 20 December 2019.
When consultation starts, the documents and details of how to provide comments will be available on- line at
www.cherwell.gov.uk/plannningpolicyconsultation.

Alternatively, people will be able to contact officers at 01295 227985 for details on where they can view hard copies.
You will also be formally notified immediately prior of the commencement of the consultation.

cherwell.gov.uk Cherwell District Council is committed to providing accessible web content and services online for all

[09/09/19]   Lost Cat
The people at Lone Barn, Stoke Lyne have lost their little grey cat and although it’s unlikely that it will have come this far, it’s not unknown for cats to wander further on occasions, therefore please check your garages and sheds.

14/01/2019

New opening times for the restaurant at the Muddy Duck

*** IMPORTANT NOTICE TO ALL OUR LOVELY PUNTERS ***
From effect of 21/22 January 2019, The Malthouse Restaurant will be closed for dining every Monday and Tuesday. Fear not - the pub will be open and serving food as usual on these days, where tables may be taken in a first-come, first-served basis. .
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Our team work mighty hard throughout the week, so this is a trial to see if, on rotation, they can catch up on some much needed Z’s and make your visit even more enjoyable than usual, having had some proper shut eye! .
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Shut happens! Nothing else changes - view our revised opening hours below. .
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Revised Opening Hours....... Pub: Monday to Friday: lunch 12:00-14.30 / dinner 18:00-21:00, Saturday: 12:00-21:00, Sunday: 12:00-16:00... .
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Restaurant: Monday and Tuesday: CLOSED, Wednesday to Saturday: lunch 12:00-14:30 / dinner 18:00-21:00, Sunday: 12:00-16:00
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Please note the pub and beer garden is bar service only.

09/01/2019

Beautiful sunset in the village tonight.

[12/26/18]   The bin collection this week will be on Saturday 29th December. It is recycling week - blue and brown bins.

[12/11/18]   Have your say on plans to close consultant-led maternity services at the Horton

Residents, patients and interested parties are invited to have their say on plans to close consultant-led maternity services at the Horton General Hospital in Banbury.

A meeting on Wednesday, December 19, will invite views on the impact of a permanent closure of the obstetrics unit.
It is being hosted by the Horton Joint Health Overview and Scrutiny Committee - a key watchdog committee made up of county councillors, district councillors and members of the public.
Cllr Arash Fatemian, chairman of the Oxfordshire Joint Health Overview and Scrutiny Committee, said all those with an interest would have an opportunity to share their views.
He said: “We want to ensure health scrutiny of consultant-led obstetric services at the Horton General Hospital is as effective as possible.
“We want to know what the impact has been of the closure of the obstetric unit and what people think would be the impact of a permanent closure.
“This was a really successful exercise last time around, hearing experiences of mothers first-hand and also a real cross-section of the community, from local politicians right through to local clergy.”
The public meeting on December 19 starts at 10am at Banbury Town Hall.
Anybody who wishes to speak and address the committee should contact Julie Dean via email at [email protected]
People are invited to specify what time they would like to speak and a timetable will be drawn up endeavouring to satisfy requests where possible.
Alternatively you can submit a written statement or send a video presentation of no more than five minutes via email to Julie Dean at the address above.
Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group moved to permanently close obstetrics in August 2017, when the JHOSC referred the decision to the Secretary of State.

[11/29/18]   Anyone have an idea when the power is due back on?

01/11/2018

Profile Pictures

31/10/2018

Hardwick Village

18/10/2018

It was always so inviting.

[09/20/18]   And tonight’s powercut has been reported, it is affecting all of this area. Engineers apparently are on the way and they believe it will be fixed by 11 am 😲
Seriously considering investing in a generator!

[09/15/18]   Could you please post the contact number for SSE in case of power cuts. Thank you

[09/15/18]   Electric off again?

[09/14/18]   Current power cut SSE estimated fix time 01:30

31/08/2018

Singletrack Mountain Bike Magazine

For the cyclists - how to safely pass horses.

How to pass a horse: Be nice, say Hi.
Cycling UK and The British Horse Society have teamed up to offer advice on how to pass a horse safely out on the trail.

04/08/2018

Hardwick Village's cover photo

04/08/2018

The Little Village Dairy.

I didn't know this existed just round the corner in Stoke Lyne!

We make, sell, cheese, yoghurt, ice cream made with milk from our goat Rosie. Visitors welcome, weekends and evenings. We have more animals for you to meet

[07/25/18]   The rotated 30 mph sign as you enter Hardwick from the Bicester direction has been reported to Oxfordshire CC via Fix My Street and is now scheduled to be sorted out.

10/07/2018

St Mary’s Church

08/07/2018

Photos from Hardwick Village's post

08/07/2018

Stunning flower arrangements and wonderful music and song in the tranquil setting of St Mary’s Church, Hardwick this weekend. Thanks to everyone who worked so hard to make it a fantastic festival!

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Hardwick Near Hethe
Bicester
OX27
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