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  • Chinnor Rifle & Pistol Club

    Website: www.targetshooters.orgwww.targetshooters.org

    Telephone: 01844 351347 (evenings)

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    Category: Activities & Interests, Sports,

    Contact Name: Patrick Twomey

    Email: pattwomey54@gmail.com

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    Chinnor Rifle & Pistol Club has some of the finest indoor target shooting facilities in the south of England. The emphasis is on friendly fun in a safe environment. Our facilities comprise a year-round, heated, indoor, 25-yard range, certified by the Home Office and inspected by the British Army and Thames Valley Police. Our range is certified to shoot firearms up to .45 calibre and also has automated turning targets as well as static targets. While we do enter teams of club members in internal and external competitions, you can shoot purely for enjoyment if you wish.

  • Chinnor Short Mat Bowls

    Website: www.bowlsclub.org/club/7357www.bowlsclub.org/club/7357

    Telephone: 01844 351932

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    Category: Activities & Interests, Sports,

    Contact Name: Keith Rogers

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    Founded in 2000 the Club has a membership of approximately 35, and plays in two local leagues, The Bucks Single Mat League and The Aylesbury Vale Friendly Short Mat League, both of which are affiliated to the E.S.M.B.A. Club nights are held on Wednesdays in Chinnor Village Hall and matches are usually played in the Mill Lane School Hall on Mondays. New players are always welcome, as are beginners who would like to learn the game of Short Mat Bowls.

  • Category: Activities & Interests, Health & Wellbeing, Support & Advice,

    Contact Name: Rev'd Romilly Micklem

    Email: minister@rwm32.plus.com

    Venue Address:

    Upper High Street, Thame, OX9 2DN

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    Christchurch is on the High Street of Thame, opposite the car park ( which is free for 3hrs) The Church has easy access for wheelchairs, and a lift to the the Church area. It also has a disabled toilet in the Welcome area. The Sunday service is a 10.30am. There are meeting rooms, and a hall with a kitchen area which can be hired. On Tuesdays and Fridays the Church is open from 10 — 12 for any one to call in for Tea or Coffee. Its a great place to sit down after shopping especially on Tuesdays when the Market is on the car park area.

  • Community First Oxfordshire

    Website: www.communityfirstoxon.orgwww.communityfirstoxon.org

    Telephone: 01865 883488

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    Category: Education & Learning, Health & Wellbeing, Support & Advice,

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    Email: info@communityfirstoxon.org

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    South Stables, Worton Park, Witney, OX29 4SU

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    A charity helping communities deal with the issues affecting them: Housing, planning, transport, health, ageing, village halls & community shops.

    Formerly of the Oxfordshire Rural Community Council (ORCC)

  • Coombe Hill Soaring Association

    Website: www.coombehillsa.org.ukwww.coombehillsa.org.uk

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    Category: Activities & Interests,

    Contact Name: Colin Waters

    Email: chairman@coombehillsa.org.uk

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    A small association dedicated to preserving Coombe Hill near Wendover for flying RC gliders. We have an exclusive license from the National Trust to use the hill.

  • Cuttle Brook Conservation Volunteers

    Website: www.cuttlebrook.org.ukwww.cuttlebrook.org.uk

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    Category: Activities & Interests, Education & Learning, Health & Wellbeing,

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    Off Southern Road, Thame, OX9 2DZ

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    Cuttle Brook is Thame's local nature reserve. The Cuttle Brook Volunteers meet on a monthly basis to share hands-on tasks such as mowing paths, improving access for all, maintaining boardwalks, protecting the reed beds, tree planting and pollarding, strimming nettles, litter clearing, in fact anything that needs doing. It is physical but fun. Volunteers are always needed to help maintain the reserve. Cuttle Brook Local Nature Reserve is owned by Thame Town Council and managed by Cuttle Brook Conservation Volunteers.