Rooftops of Adderbury village


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 has 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.

Building Plans

What will the building look like?

The modern Community Centre will include a large multi-functional hall, changing rooms, a meeting room and kitchen facilities. External facilities will include two sports pitches, a cricket wicket and running track.