Why not come along and join GLOS D.A this Easter for a fun-packed friendly weekend with plenty to do?
As a visitor, Aston appears to be a rather ordinary village. In the centre is the village war memorial which is on a small triangular green (for some reason known as “The Square”). Around the green are one or two village shops, a pub and a works. The parish church is the 19th century Church of St. James. The village is home to the popular Aston Pottery and Chimney Meadows, a 250 hectare nature reserve rich in wildlife, is nearby on the banks of the Thames. A house on the River Thames close to Aston has been used as a location in the popular TV series Midsummer Murders. Aston is about 2.5 miles north of the River Thames crossing at Tadpole Bridge a mile or so east of Bampton and about 3 miles west of Bright Hampton on the B4449 The hamlet of Cote is about half a mile to the east of Aston, and it spreads southwards for half a mile or so towards the hamlet of Shifford. Cote House is a magnificent largely 16th and 17th century Cotswold manor house.
|Date||29 March to 2 April 2018.|
|Status||Event is ON and Space is AVAILABLE.|
|Location||Aston and Cote Village Hall, Cote Road, Aston, Oxfordshire, Ox18 2DU (map).|
|Directions||Directions from Cheltenham A40: Witney Bypass, take exit for Witney down slip road to A415, turn right signposted Ducklington on the Ducklington Bypass second turning on right, turn right signposted Aston 3 miles. Upon entering village at triangle, turn left on B4449 through village. The hall will be on the right.|
|Site Fees||£12 pun.|
|Site Facilities||Own Sanitation Essential.|
|Entertainment||GLOSDA Easter Meet 2018 Entertainment.|
|Pets||Welcome on site BUT very sorry, they are not allowed in the hall as it's not fair on the dog when the hall is busy.|
|Booking Instructions||Not required.|
|Enquiries||Russell on 0781 683 7363.|