Welcome to Working For Adderbury Community!

We are a group of villagers who are working with Adderbury Parish Council to improve the community and sports facilities in our village.   Our two main areas to focus on will be the existing Lucy Placket field and the new Parish Council owned land for sports pitches and a community facility on the Milton Road.

You can find out more about us, the project we are undertaking and how you can get involved on this website.


Working For Adderbury Community (WFAC) was formed following a Parish Poll in May 2017 when our community was asked to vote on whether sports pitches and a community facility should be built on Parish Council owned land on Adderbury’s Milton Road.  Our founding members came together from all sections of our community to campaign in favour of the idea.

After a comprehensive “yes” vote win in the Parish Poll we were keen to become actively involved in working towards delivering the project.  We offered our services to the Parish Council and began the process for formalising our organisation.

In July 2017 Terms Of Reference were agreed with Adderbury Parish Council and WFAC’s inaugural Annual General Meeting was held the following October. For a list of historic and current Trustees, please click here.

Working For Adderbury Community is seeking registration as a charity.


Adderbury is a beautiful village dating back over a century.   We have a wide range of groups, societies and activities and great community spirit.

BUT as one of the area’s largest villages we are lacking in good sports facilities and a modern community building.   As a product of Adderbury’s Neighbourhood Plan, and with the land gifted to Adderbury Parish Council on the Milton Road, together with the beautiful Lucy Placket field, we now have a chance to deliver something to benefit our community for years to come.

Our vision:

  • sports pitches for various different sports on the Milton Road land
  • a community building alongside the sports pitches.   This will complement existing village buildings but allow for a wider range of groups to meet, and activities and indoor sports to be undertaken
  • modernising of the building area in the Lucy Plackett field
  • refocusing of activities on the Lucy Plackett field and supporting additional community events and focusing on village families
  • achieving the above with a robust business plan that leaves no financial burden on local Council Tax payers now or in the future


Membership of Working For Adderbury Community is open to anyone who shares the ethos of our Mission Statement:

A group of villagers with a positive attitude working towards the development of a community facility and sports pitches on the Parish Council owned Milton Road site and the improvement and development of facilities on the Lucy Plackett Activity field.

We welcome members of all ages and abilities, from all sections of our community, who would like to become involved in creating something our village will be proud of for years to come.   It doesn’t matter if you can offer a professional skill, or just your opinion, the more members of our community who contribute to the project the better.

To apply to join please download and complete this form.  Completed forms should be sent to: WFAC Membership, 28 Walton Avenue, Twyford, Banbury, Oxon, OX17 3LB or email us by clicking here

Please note that all applications for membership will be considered at each meeting of the Trustees (dates and times will be published on this website). To enable all of the Trustees to receive copies of each application prior to the meetings, the cut-off for receipt of membership applications for consideration in any meeting is 24 hours prior to that meeting.


Details will appear here soon on the different sub-groups working on the various aspects of our project and what they are hoping to achieve.   Each group will welcome feedback on their ideas.


This is a major project which will cost a huge amount of money.   There are a number of areas Working For Adderbury Community will investigate as funding sources.   These include:

  • grants
  • section 106 funds (money given by developers to our village for projects like this when they build new houses)
  • sponsorship
  • donations
  • gift aid
  • fund raising events

Our fund raising sub-group would love to hear from you if you have an idea to help fund our project.

Details of WFAC events will appear on our Events Diary page.

Volunteer for Fundraising

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Become a member

To apply please download and complete this form and return to our membership secretary – details on the form.

Get in touch:

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