The Oxford Journal of 24 April 1773 reported that, at the General Quarter Sessions held this week for the county, John Young, late of Oddington upon Otmore, was found guilty of uttering fake and counterfeit guineas, and was sentenced to suffer six months imprisonment in our Castle, and find sufficient security for his good behaviour for six months afterwards. We are told that Young flattered himself he should escape punishment by having been so witty as to treat with a person of whom he had bought a horse, for so many of those things, carefully avoiding to call them Guineas.
Service Times at St Andrew’s Church
2nd Sunday of each month – 10.30am Holy Communion
4th Sunday of each month – 6.00pm Evensong
Oddington Parish Meeting
Year Ending March 2020 – Accounts and EGM
All of the documentation relating to the financial year ending March 2020, including the minutes of the EGM, has been published – it can be viewed here.
The care and protection of children, young people and adults involved in Church activities is the responsibility of everyone who participates in the life of the church.
IF YOU ARE CONCERNED that someone you know is at risk of or is being abused or presents a risk to others, please seek advice from a Safeguarding Adviser or if necessary report the matter to the Local Authority Social Care Services or the police without delay.
Details of local contacts, Diocesan Safeguarding Officer and Local Authority Social Services can be found here, as well as more information about promoting a safer church.
Otmoor is one of our country’s great treasures. A unique habitat of rare wetland and grazing floodplain in landlocked Oxfordshire, home to 1,000 acres of nature reserves and Sites of Special Scientific Interest, uncrossed by any road since Roman times. Thousands of visitors enjoy its special feeling of remoteness, sharing this ancient fen with over sixty rare and protected species.
Now our government is planning a major new road that could threaten this unique environment.
Restoration Phase 2