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|Listed below are descriptions and links to Homepages of Banburyshire
Residents and Non-Profit Organizations. |
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We would like to stress that Banbury Cross Limited takes NO responsibility for any of the contents of the linked websites. If you find something offensive in any way from any of the links provided, please email and let us know
and we will remove the link.
The Banbury Rugby Union Football
Club website includes history,
fixtures & results, merchandise available and lots of info about the club.
Visit The B.R.U.F.C. Website.
For the full lowdown on Banbury
United Football Club, this website is
essential viewing. The website includes pics of the players and latest
results and match reviews.
Visit The Banbury United Football Club Website.
Based in Banbury, Bampha Jaiteh
is a skilled woodcarver and sells
his products at craft shows in the UK. He and Sue sell drums and also
run workshops for both adults and children. They have a beautiful piece of land
in Gambia which they are hoping to develop as a place for alternative holidays. Visit Bampha and Sue's Website.
The Bodicote Band
are the Youth Section of the Bodicote Branch of the Royal British
Legion and was formed in 1985 at the request of young people themselves.
The Old Coal Wharf is a non-profitmaking
organization dependent on the support of its members. The Society is dedicated
to provide a focus for the arts in North Oxfordshire & surrounding counties, and
to channel professional arts resources in our membership back into the community.
New members always welcome..
Visit Our Website
Richard Finch lives in
Banbury and his interests include Photography & Music.
He has a great list of hot links. Visit Richard Finch's Website.
Ian Fleming is a member
of the Southam Road Evangelical Church and is also a Radio Presenter for Radio
Horton. The station is always happy to hear from you via email, phone and post.
If you have a friend or relative in the Horton Hospital, you can Email/Phone/Post
in requests to play on any request show. Should you break a leg and end up in
the Horton Hospital, you too can listen along to the show!!
Visit Ian Fleming's Website
ANN ELISABETH MAYNE is
a countrywoman poet who has
written some 150 poems over the past 10 years. Her inspiration
is drawn from a lifetime of domestic events... Who was John Skelton 1460-1529? Well, he created a fascinating verse-style....which Ann
has adopted for her poems. This Web-site will be displaying three fresh poems each month.
View Ann's Poems on her Website
Research of the
MOULD, MOLD, MOLE surname(s) and their many variants in the U.K.
and worldwide; including the MOULD Surname DNA Project. One line of
MOLD/MOULD family that is a subject of this site has documented Banbury
origins back to the 1500's.
View their Website
The Musical Traditions Website
gives information about "A Very Celebrated Banbury Character" - the case of
William 'Old Mettle' Castle - Reconstructing Working Class Biography. Once
in a while, a working man leads such an unusual and colourful life that he features
in a great number of contemporary and posthumous sources. One such life - that
of William 'Old Mettle' Castle - is placed under scrutiny in this piece. The situation
offers a rare opportunity for the historian to allow the primary sources (given
here verbatim, retaining original spelling, indention, punctuation, etc) to convey
their own story in a reasonably coherent manner, with merely a minimum degree
of commentary and interpretation.
View The Musical Traditions Website
If you happen to find yourself
temporarily residing at the Horton Hospital,
be sure to plug into Radio Horton. They will take requests and dedications and will help to make your stay that little bit better.
Visit The Radio Horton Website.
The Rotary Club of Banbury
is dual gender and consists of some 70 business and professional persons who either
live or work in or around the Banbury area. We meet weekly for the purpose of
friendship and service, Rotary is a non-political and non-sectarian organisation,
members hold positions of responsibility in their Business or Profession, many
of our members are retired. Visit The
Rotary Club of Banbury Website
"Rotary is a non-political organisation
committed to improving the lives of others" The Rotary Club of
Banbury Cherwell has been in existence since October 1997. We
meet every Tuesday evening at the Banbury Cricket Club except 5th
Tuesdays when we may meet elsewhere. "Please take a few minutes to
have a look around our site. We hope you will find it both informative
and entertaining." .
- Visit The Rotary Club of Banbury Cherwell Website.
The War Gunner BEF and Oxford
and Bucks Light Infantry website is dedicated to the memory of
John Parsons who was born in the parish of Chipping Norton, a Gunner
and Cook in the Second World War. In this site you will find War related
historical data, war stories, photos, local information and links.
Visit the War Gunner Website.