Welcome to Kennington

Our village stands between the River Thames and the A34 trunk road to the south of Oxford. It is an active village of 4,000 people, who need to know what’s going on.

This website will tell you what’s going on, in the village and around it. Use the menu to find out about village activities, the services available, news from the village organisations and a whole host of other things.

If there’s something you need to know about, you’ll probably find it on this site. If you can’t, let us know – this website is BY the village and FOR the village and we want it to contain all anyone could reasonably expect to find here.

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Recent news

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Vale of White Horse District Council – Election

The election of two councillors for the Kennington Ward will take place on 7 May 2015. Official NOTICE OF ELECTION

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KOA – film screening

On Wednesday 1 April, at 7.30 in St Swithun’s Church Hall, KOA will be showing the film In the Shadow of the Sun, which follows a group of albinism sufferers in Tanzania over six years, as they try to combat the prejudice, health issues and threats to their physical safety that arise from their condition …

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Parish Council Election

The Parish Council Election for the Kennington Parish is to be held on Thursday 7th May 2015   Official NOTICE OF ELECTION   NOMINATION PROCESS – Vale of White Horse letter

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Village Hall – AGM 2015

The Annual General Meeting of the Village Hall Management Committee will be held on Wednesday 1st April at 7.30pm in the Village Hall All residents are welcome to attend but only those over 18 are eligible to vote Peter Biggs Hon Secretary

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Children in WWII

History Society Report – February 2015

In January we had the much anticipated visit of well known local author and comedy scrip writer, Richard O Smith, who gave illustrated talk entitled Britain’s Most Eccentric Sports’. Before the event this correspondent suggested this talk could be exceptional and Richard didn’t disappoint. As with his previous offering this ‘performance’, the word is used …

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BMX Track at Forest Side

The Parish Council has temporary closed the BMX Track at Forest Side due to the current wet weather. The track is very muddy and due to its softness is becoming both damaged and dangerous. It will be opened again once it has had a chance to dry out a little, but until then it would …

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