Amenities

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Kendall Copse

Since 2008, many local people have helped to create a community woodland on the fields at the north end of Kennington Road. The woodlands have now been named Kendall Copse. Click here for details of how to join the Friends of Kendall Copse. Do take a walk around these fields – they are there for …

Kennington Chronicle

The Kennington Chronicle is the Parish Magazine for Kennington. The Chronicle, whose predecessor was a church newsletter, published its first edition as a small four-page booklet in December 1984. Since then, it has grown into today’s book of usually 44–52 pages. Its contents include news from various Kennington organisations, details of the three local churches, …

Kennington Memorial Field

Off The Avenue at the Radley end of the village of Kennington lies a field of 12½ acres of natural pasture dedicated to the memory of the six men of the village killed in the Second World War. Oxford Preservation Trust owns and manages the field. It is for physical and mental recreation and the …

Kennington Playing Fields Association

THE OBJECTIVES The objectives of the Association are to maintain and develop the playing fields at Forest Side and Playfield Road and to provide recreational facilities for the Parishioners of Kennington. THE MANAGEMENT The Committee of the Association, which meets each month, comprises two representatives of each of the member organisations, currently Kennington Athletic Football …

Kennington Village Centre

Kennington has a large Village Hall which serves the people of Kennington. We originally opened in the 1940s in a cow barn but now we are housed in a new modern building built in 1988. The Kennington Village Hall Management Committee and they oversee the everyday running of the hall. Further information For information about …