Standing high on their hilltops, Sibford Ferris, Sibford Gower and the hamlet of Burdrop have survived relatively unscathed and remain an oasis away from the hustle and bustle of 21st century life; but like many Oxfordshire villages, great changes have taken place in the past few decades. Today's thriving community supports a shop, village hall, one pub, two schools, three churches and can draw on the rich legacy of the past through the largely unspoilt beauty of its buildings and wonderful rolling countryside.
Additional bins have now been provided to cope with the volume of bottles being recycled. This is the good news. However, other items are also being left alongside the receptacles – cardboard boxes, plastic bags and other unwanted household items. This is regarded as fly-tipping which is unlawful. Read more »
Volunteer Connect, funded by Cherwell District Council, runs a volunteer transport scheme to help anyone who has difficulty accessing transport for important appointments, such as hospital, GP, dentist, shopping and social events. Read more »
The Oxfordshire Woodfuel Programme is running a series of 'logs for labour' events, where participants get free firewood in return for a few hours of work managing their local woodlands. Do come along! The events nearest to Sibford are: Read more »
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