Safari Supper 2017

A Safari Supper was held at Oddington on 12 August as a fund-raiser for St. Andrew’s. It was organised by the Church Users Group, made up of people from all sections of the community. Around 50 people from all the neighbouring parishes attended and the event raised in the region of £800.

The first course was at the church. Following this the guests were led through the village to the next venue by Stuart Carnegie playing the bagpipes. The main course was at Wyvering House, the home of Mark and Karen Stanley-Price, with the final course at the home of Jeana Cassidy at Manor Farm Barns.