News & Meetings

Residents rally around in wake of COVID-19 virus

18/03/2020  •  Village News

Every house in Little Wolford received a flier this week offering support for those isolated in their own homes as a result of government measures to control the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19). Many households came forward to offer help to others in the village with neighbourly tasks such as going shopping or walking a dog. To offer your support or request help, please email Helen at

Defibrillator Appeal well on way to target

14/03/2020  •  Defibrillator

A final push is sought from local residents to help us reach our defibrillator appeal target of £2170 (later revised to £2012). The online Defibricklator appeal fund can be found on the Community Heartbeat Trust's website and has already made it to 69%. To donate now click here.

Christmas tree decorates village green

01/12/2019  •  Village News

This Christmas tree on the Green received its annual decorations by local villagers this weekend. Thanks go to those who offered baubels and tinsel.

New Parish Noticeboard

16/06/2019  •  Village News

New Parish Noticeboard installed on The Green.  On 16 June 2019, residents of Little Wolford gathered on The Green for the official 'unveiling ceremony' of the new noticeboard.  Huge thanks go to Colin Ablewhite for designing and making the noticeboard.

2019-2020 Chairman Elected

22/05/2019  •  Future of the PM

Helen Bostock has been elected as Chairman of Little Wolford Parish Meeting for 2019-2020.

High-Speed Fibre Broadband Arrives

01/03/2019  •  Broadband

High-Speed Fibre Broadband (with downstream speed of up to around 75Mbps) has finally arrived in Little Wolford, following the installation of Cabinet 3 in the village, with a fibre (FTTC: Fibre To The Cabinet) link to Long Compton BT exchange. Subscriber connections to this cabinet will still make use of existing copper telephone cables, so speed will depend upon line quality and distance from the cabinet. Broadband speed will not automatically increase: a new "fibre" contract with an Internet Service Provider is required, but will typically be significantly cheaper than the equivalent-speed wireless service currently provided by Voneus (formerly SugarNet).