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<div class='headerShadow'>
<span class='siteTitle' refresh='content' tiddler='SiteTitle'></span>&nbsp;
<span class='siteSubtitle' refresh='content' tiddler='SiteSubtitle'></span>
</div>
<div class='headerForeground'>
<span class='siteTitle' refresh='content' tiddler='SiteTitle'></span>&nbsp;
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</div>
</div>
<div id='mainMenu' refresh='content' tiddler='MainMenu'></div>
<div id='sidebar'>
<div id='sidebarOptions' refresh='content' tiddler='SideBarOptions'></div>
<div id='sidebarTabs' refresh='content' force='true' tiddler='SideBarTabs'></div>
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<div id='displayArea'>
<div id='messageArea'></div>
<div id='tiddlerDisplay'></div>
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<div class='toolbar' macro='toolbar [[ToolbarCommands::ViewToolbar]]'></div>
<div class='title' macro='view title'></div>
<div class='subtitle'><span macro='view modifier link'></span>, <span macro='view modified date'></span> (<span macro='message views.wikified.createdPrompt'></span> <span macro='view created date'></span>)</div>
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<div class='viewer' macro='view text wikified'></div>
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<div class='title' macro='view title'></div>
<div class='editor' macro='edit title'></div>
<div macro='annotations'></div>
<div class='editor' macro='edit text'></div>
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To get started with this blank [[TiddlyWiki]], you'll need to modify the following tiddlers:
* [[SiteTitle]] & [[SiteSubtitle]]: The title and subtitle of the site, as shown above (after saving, they will also appear in the browser title bar)
* [[MainMenu]]: The menu (usually on the left)
* [[DefaultTiddlers]]: Contains the names of the tiddlers that you want to appear when the TiddlyWiki is opened
You'll also need to enter your username for signing your edits: <<option txtUserName>>
These [[InterfaceOptions]] for customising [[TiddlyWiki]] are saved in your browser

Your username for signing your edits. Write it as a [[WikiWord]] (eg [[JoeBloggs]])

<<option txtUserName>>
<<option chkSaveBackups>> [[SaveBackups]]
<<option chkAutoSave>> [[AutoSave]]
<<option chkRegExpSearch>> [[RegExpSearch]]
<<option chkCaseSensitiveSearch>> [[CaseSensitiveSearch]]
<<option chkAnimate>> [[EnableAnimations]]

----
Also see [[AdvancedOptions]]
<<importTiddlers>>
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Formed in  2007, as a not-for-profit social enterprise, Banburyshire Media has been producing podcasts, ~CDs and ~CDROMs for musicians, businesses and fund-raisers, as well as some web-site design and maintenance. 
Any profits made by Banburyshire Media are split between supporting the [[Banbury Folk Festival|http://www.banburyfolkfestival.co.uk]] and [[The League of Friends at the Horton General Hospital in Banbury|http://www.banburyshire.net/foth/foth.html]].
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<div class="web"><span><a href="http://www.banburyshire.net" target="_blank">Banburyshire Web Site</a></span></div>
<div class="tel"><span>Telephone Number 01295266735</span></div>



<div class="addr"><span>PostalAddress :-<br>Banburyshire Media<br>18 Bath Road<br>Banbury<br>OXON<br>OX16 0TP</span></div>
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Whether you are a musician looking for demo ~CDs to get you gigs, an established band wanting quality printed results, or even a fund-raising group looking for ~CDs to promote your activity, we can help you.

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<font color="#80040" size=+1>Show 166 - Thursday May 29th 2008</font><br>
Presented by Jules Procter.<br>
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Featuring :<br>
People's Song by <b>Leatherat</b><br> 
Watching Feathers Fall by  <b>ColvinQuarmby</b><br> 
Just Stay by <b>Megson</b><br> 
Lass Of Glenshee by <b>Danansooz</b><br> 
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Last Saturday saw the arrival of Millie Evie into the world, the second daughter to Ro and John, so many congratulations to them.<br>
Pat and I are both very chuffed to be  grandparents again, and it still hasn't sunk in fully yet.<br> Staff at the maternity unit at the Horton General Hospital deserve special thanks, for not only staying on past the end of their shift, to provide continuity of care, but in their support for the family.
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<br>Click here to listen to : <a href="./mp3/brolly_166.mp3" target="_blank">Brolly Show 166</a>&nbsp;&nbsp;<br><br>
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<FONT color="#80040" size="+1">Show 190 - Tue February 3rd 2009</FONT><BR>
A combined Brolly and Radio Horton show, presented by Jules Procter.<BR>
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This show is about stars, the staff who work at the Horton Hospital and at the JR2 in Oxford.<br>
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Featuring music :<BR>
Southern Star by <B><a href="http://www.chrismillington.com/" target="_blank">Chris Millington</a></B><BR>
Who Knows Where The Time Goes by <B><a href="http://www.fairportconvention.com/" target="_blank">Fairport Convention</a></B><BR>
Red and Gold by <B><a href="http://www.fairportconvention.com/" target="_blank">Fairport Convention</a> </B>, (featuring Ralph McTell on vocals)<BR>

Just Stay by <B><a href="http://www.megsonmusic.co.uk/" target="_blank">Megson</a></B><BR>
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<br>Click here to listen to : <a href="./mp3/brolly_190.mp3" target="_blank">Brolly Show 190</a>&nbsp;&nbsp;<br>
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/***
|Name|CalendarPlugin|
|Source|http://www.TiddlyTools.com/#CalendarPlugin|
|Version|1.5.0|
|Author|Eric Shulman|
|Original Author|SteveRumsby|
|License|unknown|
|~CoreVersion|2.1|
|Type|plugin|
|Description|display monthly and yearly calendars|
NOTE: For //enhanced// date popup display, optionally install [[DatePlugin]] and [[ReminderMacros]]
!!!Usage:
<<<
|{{{<<calendar>>}}}|full-year calendar for the current year|
|{{{<<calendar year>>}}}|full-year calendar for the specified year|
|{{{<<calendar year month>>}}}|one month calendar for the specified month and year|
|{{{<<calendar thismonth>>}}}|one month calendar for the current month|
|{{{<<calendar lastmonth>>}}}|one month calendar for last month|
|{{{<<calendar nextmonth>>}}}|one month calendar for next month|
|{{{<<calendar +n>>}}}<br>{{{<<calendar -n>>}}}|one month calendar for a month +/- 'n' months from now|
<<<
!!!Configuration:
<<<
|''First day of week:''<br>{{{config.options.txtCalFirstDay}}}|<<option txtCalFirstDay>>|(Monday = 0, Sunday = 6)|
|''First day of weekend:''<br>{{{config.options.txtCalStartOfWeekend}}}|<<option txtCalStartOfWeekend>>|(Monday = 0, Sunday = 6)|

<<option chkDisplayWeekNumbers>> Display week numbers //(note: Monday will be used as the start of the week)//
|''Week number display format:''<br>{{{config.options.txtWeekNumberDisplayFormat }}}|<<option txtWeekNumberDisplayFormat >>|
|''Week number link format:''<br>{{{config.options.txtWeekNumberLinkFormat }}}|<<option txtWeekNumberLinkFormat >>|
<<<
!!!Revisions
<<<
2009.04.31 [1.5.0] rewrote onClickCalendarDate() (popup handler) and added config.options.txtCalendarReminderTags.  Partial code reduction/cleanup.  Assigned true version number (1.5.0)
2008.09.10 added '+n' (and '-n') param to permit display of relative months (e.g., '+6' means 'six months from now', '-3' means 'three months ago'.  Based on suggestion from Jean.
2008.06.17 added support for config.macros.calendar.todaybg
2008.02.27 in handler(), DON'T set hard-coded default date format, so that *customized* value (pre-defined in config.macros.calendar.journalDateFmt is used.
2008.02.17 in createCalendarYear(), fix next/previous year calculation (use parseInt() to convert to numeric value).  Also, use journalDateFmt for date linking when NOT using [[DatePlugin]].
2008.02.16 in createCalendarDay(), week numbers now created as TiddlyLinks, allowing quick creation/navigation to 'weekly' journals (based on request from Kashgarinn)
2008.01.08 in createCalendarMonthHeader(), 'month year' heading is now created as TiddlyLink, allowing quick creation/navigation to 'month-at-a-time' journals
2007.11.30 added 'return false' to onclick handlers (prevent IE from opening blank pages)
2006.08.23 added handling for weeknumbers (code supplied by Martin Budden (see 'wn**' comment marks).  Also, incorporated updated by Jeremy Sheeley to add caching for reminders (see [[ReminderMacros]], if installed)
2005.10.30 in config.macros.calendar.handler(), use 'tbody' element for IE compatibility.  Also, fix year calculation for IE's getYear() function (which returns '2005' instead of '105'). Also, in createCalendarDays(), use showDate() function (see [[DatePlugin]], if installed) to render autostyled date with linked popup.  Updated calendar stylesheet definition: use .calendar class-specific selectors, add text centering and margin settings
2006.05.29 added journalDateFmt handling
<<<
!!!Code
***/
//{{{
version.extensions.CalendarPlugin= { major: 1, minor: 5, revision: 0, date: new Date(2009,5,31)};
//}}}
//{{{
if(config.options.txtCalFirstDay == undefined)
	config.options.txtCalFirstDay = 0;
if(config.options.txtCalStartOfWeekend == undefined)
	config.options.txtCalStartOfWeekend = 5;
if(config.options.chkDisplayWeekNumbers == undefined)
	config.options.chkDisplayWeekNumbers = false;
if(config.options.chkDisplayWeekNumbers)
	config.options.txtCalFirstDay = 0;
if(config.options.txtWeekNumberDisplayFormat == undefined)
	config.options.txtWeekNumberDisplayFormat = 'w0WW';
if(config.options.txtWeekNumberLinkFormat == undefined)
	config.options.txtWeekNumberLinkFormat = 'YYYY-w0WW';
if(config.options.txtCalendarReminderTags == undefined)
	config.options.txtCalendarReminderTags = 'reminder';

config.macros.calendar = {
	monthnames:['Jan','Feb','Mar','Apr','May','Jun','Jul','Aug','Sep','Oct','Nov','Dec'],
	daynames:['M','T','W','T','F','S','S'],
	todaybg:'#ccccff',
	weekendbg:'#c0c0c0',
	monthbg:'#e0e0e0',
	holidaybg:'#ffc0c0',
	journalDateFmt:'DD MMM YYYY',
	monthdays:[31,28,31,30,31,30,31,31,30,31,30,31],
	holidays:[ ] // for customization see [[CalendarPluginConfig]]
};
//}}}
//{{{
function calendarIsHoliday(date)
{
	var longHoliday = date.formatString('0DD/0MM/YYYY');
	var shortHoliday = date.formatString('0DD/0MM');
	for(var i = 0; i < config.macros.calendar.holidays.length; i++) {
		if(   config.macros.calendar.holidays[i]==longHoliday
		   || config.macros.calendar.holidays[i]==shortHoliday)
			return true;
	}
	return false;
}
//}}}
//{{{
config.macros.calendar.handler = function(place,macroName,params) {
	var calendar = createTiddlyElement(place, 'table', null, 'calendar', null);
	var tbody = createTiddlyElement(calendar, 'tbody');
	var today = new Date();
	var year = today.getYear();
	if (year<1900) year+=1900;

 	// get journal format from SideBarOptions (ELS 5/29/06 - suggested by MartinBudden)
	var text = store.getTiddlerText('SideBarOptions');
	var re = new RegExp('<<(?:newJournal)([^>]*)>>','mg'); var fm = re.exec(text);
	if (fm && fm[1]!=null) { var pa=fm[1].readMacroParams(); if (pa[0]) this.journalDateFmt = pa[0]; }

	var month=-1;
	if (params[0] == 'thismonth') {
		var month=today.getMonth();
	} else if (params[0] == 'lastmonth') {
		var month = today.getMonth()-1; if (month==-1) { month=11; year--; }
	} else if (params[0] == 'nextmonth') {
		var month = today.getMonth()+1; if (month>11) { month=0; year++; }
	} else if (params[0]&&'+-'.indexOf(params[0].substr(0,1))!=-1) {
		var month = today.getMonth()+parseInt(params[0]);
		if (month>11) { year+=Math.floor(month/12); month%=12; };
		if (month<0)  { year+=Math.floor(month/12); month=12+month%12; }
	} else if (params[0]) {
		year = params[0];
		if(params[1]) month=parseInt(params[1])-1;
		if (month>11) month=11; if (month<0) month=0;
	}

	if (month!=-1) {
		cacheReminders(new Date(year, month, 1, 0, 0), 31);
		createCalendarOneMonth(tbody, year, month);
	} else {
		cacheReminders(new Date(year, 0, 1, 0, 0), 366);
		createCalendarYear(tbody, year);
	}
	window.reminderCacheForCalendar = null;
}
//}}}
//{{{
// cache used to store reminders while the calendar is being rendered
// it will be renulled after the calendar is fully rendered.
window.reminderCacheForCalendar = null;
//}}}
//{{{
function cacheReminders(date, leadtime)
{
	if (window.findTiddlersWithReminders == null) return;
	window.reminderCacheForCalendar = {};
	var leadtimeHash = [];
	leadtimeHash [0] = 0;
	leadtimeHash [1] = leadtime;
	var t = findTiddlersWithReminders(date, leadtimeHash, null, 1);
	for(var i = 0; i < t.length; i++) {
		//just tag it in the cache, so that when we're drawing days, we can bold this one.
		window.reminderCacheForCalendar[t[i]['matchedDate']] = 'reminder:' + t[i]['params']['title']; 
	}
}
//}}}
//{{{
function createCalendarOneMonth(calendar, year, mon)
{
	var row = createTiddlyElement(calendar, 'tr');
	createCalendarMonthHeader(calendar, row, config.macros.calendar.monthnames[mon]+' '+year, true, year, mon);
	row = createTiddlyElement(calendar, 'tr');
	createCalendarDayHeader(row, 1);
	createCalendarDayRowsSingle(calendar, year, mon);
}
//}}}
//{{{
function createCalendarMonth(calendar, year, mon)
{
	var row = createTiddlyElement(calendar, 'tr');
	createCalendarMonthHeader(calendar, row, config.macros.calendar.monthnames[mon]+' '+ year, false, year, mon);
	row = createTiddlyElement(calendar, 'tr');
	createCalendarDayHeader(row, 1);
	createCalendarDayRowsSingle(calendar, year, mon);
}
//}}}
//{{{
function createCalendarYear(calendar, year)
{
	var row;
	row = createTiddlyElement(calendar, 'tr');
	var back = createTiddlyElement(row, 'td');
	var backHandler = function() {
		removeChildren(calendar);
		createCalendarYear(calendar, parseInt(year)-1);
		return false; // consume click
	};
	createTiddlyButton(back, '<', 'Previous year', backHandler);
	back.align = 'center';
	var yearHeader = createTiddlyElement(row, 'td', null, 'calendarYear', year);
	yearHeader.align = 'center';
	yearHeader.setAttribute('colSpan',config.options.chkDisplayWeekNumbers?22:19);//wn**
	var fwd = createTiddlyElement(row, 'td');
	var fwdHandler = function() {
		removeChildren(calendar);
		createCalendarYear(calendar, parseInt(year)+1);
		return false; // consume click
	};
	createTiddlyButton(fwd, '>', 'Next year', fwdHandler);
	fwd.align = 'center';
	createCalendarMonthRow(calendar, year, 0);
	createCalendarMonthRow(calendar, year, 3);
	createCalendarMonthRow(calendar, year, 6);
	createCalendarMonthRow(calendar, year, 9);
}
//}}}
//{{{
function createCalendarMonthRow(cal, year, mon)
{
	var row = createTiddlyElement(cal, 'tr');
	createCalendarMonthHeader(cal, row, config.macros.calendar.monthnames[mon], false, year, mon);
	createCalendarMonthHeader(cal, row, config.macros.calendar.monthnames[mon+1], false, year, mon);
	createCalendarMonthHeader(cal, row, config.macros.calendar.monthnames[mon+2], false, year, mon);
	row = createTiddlyElement(cal, 'tr');
	createCalendarDayHeader(row, 3);
	createCalendarDayRows(cal, year, mon);
}
//}}}
//{{{
function createCalendarMonthHeader(cal, row, name, nav, year, mon)
{
	var month;
	if (nav) {
		var back = createTiddlyElement(row, 'td');
		back.align = 'center';
		back.style.background = config.macros.calendar.monthbg;

		var backMonHandler = function() {
			var newyear = year;
			var newmon = mon-1;
			if(newmon == -1) { newmon = 11; newyear = newyear-1;}
			removeChildren(cal);
			cacheReminders(new Date(newyear, newmon , 1, 0, 0), 31);
			createCalendarOneMonth(cal, newyear, newmon);
			return false; // consume click
		};
		createTiddlyButton(back, '<', 'Previous month', backMonHandler);
		month = createTiddlyElement(row, 'td', null, 'calendarMonthname')
		createTiddlyLink(month,name,true);
		month.setAttribute('colSpan', config.options.chkDisplayWeekNumbers?6:5);//wn**
		var fwd = createTiddlyElement(row, 'td');
		fwd.align = 'center';
		fwd.style.background = config.macros.calendar.monthbg; 

		var fwdMonHandler = function() {
			var newyear = year;
			var newmon = mon+1;
			if(newmon == 12) { newmon = 0; newyear = newyear+1;}
			removeChildren(cal);
			cacheReminders(new Date(newyear, newmon , 1, 0, 0), 31);
			createCalendarOneMonth(cal, newyear, newmon);
			return false; // consume click
		};
		createTiddlyButton(fwd, '>', 'Next month', fwdMonHandler);
	} else {
		month = createTiddlyElement(row, 'td', null, 'calendarMonthname', name)
		month.setAttribute('colSpan',config.options.chkDisplayWeekNumbers?8:7);//wn**
	}
	month.align = 'center';
	month.style.background = config.macros.calendar.monthbg;
}
//}}}
//{{{
function createCalendarDayHeader(row, num)
{
	var cell;
	for(var i = 0; i < num; i++) {
		if (config.options.chkDisplayWeekNumbers) createTiddlyElement(row, 'td');//wn**
		for(var j = 0; j < 7; j++) {
			var d = j + (config.options.txtCalFirstDay - 0);
			if(d > 6) d = d - 7;
			cell = createTiddlyElement(row, 'td', null, null, config.macros.calendar.daynames[d]);
			if(d == (config.options.txtCalStartOfWeekend-0) || d == (config.options.txtCalStartOfWeekend-0+1))
				cell.style.background = config.macros.calendar.weekendbg;
		}
	}
}
//}}}
//{{{
function createCalendarDays(row, col, first, max, year, mon) {
	var i;
	if (config.options.chkDisplayWeekNumbers){
		if (first<=max) {
			var ww = new Date(year,mon,first);
			var td=createTiddlyElement(row, 'td');//wn**
			var link=createTiddlyLink(td,ww.formatString(config.options.txtWeekNumberLinkFormat),false);
			link.appendChild(document.createTextNode(
				ww.formatString(config.options.txtWeekNumberDisplayFormat)));
		}
		else createTiddlyElement(row, 'td');//wn**
	}
	for(i = 0; i < col; i++)
		createTiddlyElement(row, 'td');
	var day = first;
	for(i = col; i < 7; i++) {
		var d = i + (config.options.txtCalFirstDay - 0);
		if(d > 6) d = d - 7;
		var daycell = createTiddlyElement(row, 'td');
		var isaWeekend=((d==(config.options.txtCalStartOfWeekend-0)
			|| d==(config.options.txtCalStartOfWeekend-0+1))?true:false);
		if(day > 0 && day <= max) {
			var celldate = new Date(year, mon, day);
			// ELS 10/30/05 - use <<date>> macro's showDate() function to create popup
			// ELS 05/29/06 - use journalDateFmt 
			if (window.showDate) showDate(daycell,celldate,'popup','DD',
				config.macros.calendar.journalDateFmt,true, isaWeekend);
			else {
				if(isaWeekend) daycell.style.background = config.macros.calendar.weekendbg;
				var title = celldate.formatString(config.macros.calendar.journalDateFmt);
				if(calendarIsHoliday(celldate))
					daycell.style.background = config.macros.calendar.holidaybg;
				var now=new Date();
				if ((now-celldate>=0) && (now-celldate<86400000)) // is today?
					daycell.style.background = config.macros.calendar.todaybg;
				if(window.findTiddlersWithReminders == null) {
					var link = createTiddlyLink(daycell, title, false);
					link.appendChild(document.createTextNode(day));
				} else
					var button = createTiddlyButton(daycell, day, title, onClickCalendarDate);
			}
		}
		day++;
	}
}
//}}}
//{{{
// Create a pop-up containing:
// * a link to a tiddler for this date
// * a 'new tiddler' link to add a reminder for this date
// * links to current reminders for this date
// NOTE: this code is only used if [[ReminderMacros]] is installed AND [[DatePlugin]] is //not// installed.
function onClickCalendarDate(ev) { ev=ev||window.event;
	var d=new Date(this.getAttribute('title')); var date=d.formatString(config.macros.calendar.journalDateFmt);
	var p=Popup.create(this);  if (!p) return;
	createTiddlyLink(createTiddlyElement(p,'li'),date,true);
	var rem='\\n\\<\\<reminder day:%0 month:%1 year:%2 title: \\>\\>';
	rem=rem.format([d.getDate(),d.getMonth()+1,d.getYear()+1900]);
	var cmd="<<newTiddler label:[[new reminder...]] prompt:[[add a new reminder to '%0']]"
		+" title:[[%0]] text:{{store.getTiddlerText('%0','')+'%1'}} tag:%2>>";
	wikify(cmd.format([date,rem,config.options.txtCalendarReminderTags]),p);
	createTiddlyElement(p,'hr');
	var t=findTiddlersWithReminders(d,[0,31],null,1);
	for(var i=0; i<t.length; i++) {
		var link=createTiddlyLink(createTiddlyElement(p,'li'), t[i].tiddler, false);
		link.appendChild(document.createTextNode(t[i]['params']['title']));
	}
	Popup.show(); ev.cancelBubble=true; if (ev.stopPropagation) ev.stopPropagation(); return false;
}
//}}}
//{{{
function calendarMaxDays(year, mon)
{
	var max = config.macros.calendar.monthdays[mon];
	if(mon == 1 && (year % 4) == 0 && ((year % 100) != 0 || (year % 400) == 0)) max++;
	return max;
}
//}}}
//{{{
function createCalendarDayRows(cal, year, mon)
{
	var row = createTiddlyElement(cal, 'tr');
	var first1 = (new Date(year, mon, 1)).getDay() -1 - (config.options.txtCalFirstDay-0);
	if(first1 < 0) first1 = first1 + 7;
	var day1 = -first1 + 1;
	var first2 = (new Date(year, mon+1, 1)).getDay() -1 - (config.options.txtCalFirstDay-0);
	if(first2 < 0) first2 = first2 + 7;
	var day2 = -first2 + 1;
	var first3 = (new Date(year, mon+2, 1)).getDay() -1 - (config.options.txtCalFirstDay-0);
	if(first3 < 0) first3 = first3 + 7;
	var day3 = -first3 + 1;

	var max1 = calendarMaxDays(year, mon);
	var max2 = calendarMaxDays(year, mon+1);
	var max3 = calendarMaxDays(year, mon+2);

	while(day1 <= max1 || day2 <= max2 || day3 <= max3) {
		row = createTiddlyElement(cal, 'tr');
		createCalendarDays(row, 0, day1, max1, year, mon); day1 += 7;
		createCalendarDays(row, 0, day2, max2, year, mon+1); day2 += 7;
		createCalendarDays(row, 0, day3, max3, year, mon+2); day3 += 7;
	}
}
//}}}
//{{{
function createCalendarDayRowsSingle(cal, year, mon)
{
	var row = createTiddlyElement(cal, 'tr');
	var first1 = (new Date(year, mon, 1)).getDay() -1 - (config.options.txtCalFirstDay-0);
	if(first1 < 0) first1 = first1+ 7;
	var day1 = -first1 + 1;
	var max1 = calendarMaxDays(year, mon);
	while(day1 <= max1) {
		row = createTiddlyElement(cal, 'tr');
		createCalendarDays(row, 0, day1, max1, year, mon); day1 += 7;
	}
}
//}}}
//{{{
setStylesheet('.calendar, .calendar table, .calendar th, .calendar tr, .calendar td { text-align:center; } .calendar, .calendar a { margin:0px !important; padding:0px !important; }', 'calendarStyles');
//}}}
// // override cookie settings for CalendarPlugin:
//{{{
config.options.txtCalFirstDay=6;
config.options.txtCalStartOfWeekend=5;
//}}}

// // override internal default settings for CalendarPlugin:
//{{{
config.macros.calendar.journalDateFmt="DDD MMM 0DD YYYY";
//}}}
JulianProcter
The Cursed Warehouse

This is a dark story. Not all Banburyshire tales are light-hearted and frivolous and this tells of a time before the motorways, before the railways and even before the tarmaced main roads, when moving goods about the country relied on pack horses and wagons, leading to many breakages of manufactured goods, such at pottery from Staffordshire. So the news of a canal to pass through the area, smoothing the passage of trade was greatly welcomed. The great engineer James Brindley started the Oxford Canal, but sadly died before it was completed, and so the work was left to his brother in law, Samuel Simcock. The section to Banbury was built in good time and to a good standard, but ran out of money again. It those days, it took an act of Parliament to raise the funds, and it was a further 8 years before the remaining section to Oxford was started, let alone completed. So Banbury became a terminus, with wharfs and a vibrant, money-making bustle to this hitherto quiet farming town. 
The canal engineers had the vision and expertise to design the canals, the canal companies had M.P.s on their boards of directors to facilitate funding, and the use of Irish navigators and puddlers is well known. But who were the people who lived on the narrow boats, moving the goods around the network? In those days most people were restricted, by the Poor Laws, to work in the parish of their birth, and so it was down to the Romany gypsies, well acquainted to a travelling lifestyle, to provide the essential workforce to run the boats. It was also said that if you struck a bargain with a Romany then they would keep their side of the deal, even if it meant sacrificing their own lives. But if you crossed them, then watch out, for they had long memories.
And so, with Banbury growing in wealth, a family came to town with their horse-drawn narrow boart, The hard-working father enjoying this new method of travel, his wife versed in the old ways and their two children, a young girl with black hair and a voice like a nightingale, and her younger red-haired brother, devoted to his older sister. She sang in the local pubs bringing harmony amongst the disparate groups of customers, and the sound of her voice was loved by all.
Then, one evening, as they were making their way back up the canal to their parents boat, they were stopped by three young men. And the young men, the drunken young men, asked for her to sing some more. But she replied that they must be getting home, for their parents were expecting them, and that she had sung already that evening. The young men became abusive, and the frightened sister and brother sought refuge in the nearby warehouse, which they knew from their father. However these yobs were the sons of the merchant who owned the warehouse, and quickly found the sister and brother, and set about the boy, who was valiantly trying to defend his sister, but they knocked him to the ground and kicked him until he lay dying. His sister fled to the stairs, to the top of the warehouse, but again was found, with two of the brothers coming from one direction, and one from the other. And she cried out "Do not come nearer or else I shall jump" But the eldest brother said "There is no need to jump" and with that he pushed her out into the void, where she fell, screaming, to her death, landing close by to her devoted brother.
The nightwatchman, a gammy-legged chap named Pugh, had heard the screams but by the time he arrived in the courtyard, the brothers were fleeing out a side door. Pugh knew the sister and brother, for he was a Romany himself, and he was filled with great sadness. He called for the constable to be sent for, but the constable sent a reply saying he would look into things in the morning, as this was probably just a family squabble, and why should he come out so late in the evening. So Pugh, with help from some of the crowd who had gathered at the scene, picked up the bodies of the girl and boy, and carried them up the canal path to their parents boat.
The father said there was nothing to be done, but the mother cursed the owner of the warehouse and all who followed. The price she paid was that she could not shed a tear for the loss of her two children, but within the year the three young men and their father were dead. He was hanged after being found guilty of bribery, the youngest son drowned in the Oxford Canal, the middle brother was lost at sea and the eldest crushed to death by a block of ice being delivered to a fishmongers, turning him into jam in the cold cod cellar.
Who so ever owned The Cursed Warehouse never made any money from it, and it is said that the floods affecting the canal are the tears of the mother who was unable to cry for the deaths of her offspring. The black haired girl with a voice like a song-bird and her devoted red-haired younger brother, who we still remember. For they are Rosie and Jim.
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The Tour De Trigs, a 24 hour endurance event around Banburyshire. Not for the faint-hearted!

A time to be festive, look back over the year and to make plans for the coming year.


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The Banburyshire 2017 Calendar in aid of the Hands Off Our Horton campaign
On full-size CDROM with customised labels, in a clamshell case.
Can be used as a gift, a business card or even a loyalty card.
One photo per day of the year
Members of the community are invited to send in photos of the area/ local event
The calendar will have list of the supporters, linked to the photos they have provided
and will include stories and music

Individual CDROM calendars for £5 

Business sponsors are invited at a rate of :-
£20 for 10 customised copies with their contact details
£100 for 100 copies
50p per copy to go towards production costs.

All money to the Hands Of Our Horton campaign (after production costs)

Contact :-
E-mail: jprocter@banburyshire.net
Tel: 01295 266735

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Desley Ayers is a Save The Horton supporter

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A list of events throughout the year. Click on a tag to see the day.
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The [[Whistling Kettle Cafe|WhistlingKettleCafe]], Market Place, Banbury
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|[[Music At The Crossroads|http://www.hookymusic.co.uk/]]|

At The Hook Norton Brewery

The ''KAST OFF KINKS'' featuring original Kinks members make a welcome return to headline the festival. Timeless songs from Sir Ray Davies, the success of the musical Sunny Afternoon and so many fabulous hits endorse the Kinks as one of the world’s greatest bands. 

Also on the bill… ''Acoustic WHO'' – a not to be missed tribute to another of the greatest British bands of all time. ''Bewelian'' - a high octane electric folk band with horns! ''The King Biscuit Boys'' bring their brand of country blues. Rock out to the ''The ~FooKing Queens'' – playing the music by The Foo Fighters, Kings of Leon and Queens of the Stone Age. There will also be original new music from ''Pete Watkins Originals'' and solo singer-songwriter ''~Anne-Marie Sanderson''.  Acoustic Americana from a superb folk trio ''Under The Wychwood''. We kick off Saturday with classic 1950’s Rock n Roll from the ''The Big Deal'', then wrap up the Saturday night with a good old cover spot from Hooky’s own ''The Norton Commandos''. On Friday night we have two fine local bands; ''Neva Mynd'' a Banbury based covers band and the hugely popular ''Under The Covers''.

While all this fabulous music is playing, refresh yourselves with the Hook Norton ales in the beer tent, the Pimms Bar or gin and spirits from The Gin Spot. If you are hungry there are plenty of choices to satisfy a wide range of tastes from Fish n Chips, vegan, asian and hog roast &BBQ. Or you can just chill at the coffee bar. So leave your picnics at home and travel light.

''VILLAGE FAYRE:'' Saturday will feature a traditional Village Fayre, that’s how our annual music festival started, 21 years ago! There is entertainment for the children and stalls from local organisations and groups. A range of crafts, tie dyed clothing and jewellery. Get an Indian head massage, be drawn by a caricaturist and eat some cakes! It is an opportunity to raise funds while having a good time. ''All proceeds go to charity, Bloodwise, Fire Fighters, Air Ambulance and to local organisations.''

Tickets are available on line at www.hookymusic.co.uk from The Village Shop, Hook Norton Brewery and The Sun Inn.
Saturday: adult £20; 12-17 £10 3-11 £2. 
Friday £5 (11 and under free)

''IMPORTANT:'' no alcohol or glass bottles to be brought on site
More information: see Facebook page, website www.hookymusic.co.uk) or send an email to Pete Watkins (petewatkins4@aol.com) 
      
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We are James and Sarah Pickering, owners of Gun Dog Ales, a craft brewery situated in the Northamptonshire village of Woodford Halse. What started as an enthusiastic hobby at home a few years ago has grown into an exciting business that is making us new friends on a daily basis. Together with our hands-on team, we produce a range of moreish ales for cask and bottle using traditional and modern brewing methods and our own tried and tested recipes.

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SUPPORTING OUR COMMUNITY
We are proud to support our community. Wherever possible we source our ingredients locally and we prioritise our trading so that local pubs, restaurants and retailers benefit. It all helps to ensure that more money circulates in Northamptonshire's economy, in turn helping more people stay in business. 

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Jack's Spaniels - 3,8% blonde session ale<br>
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Guy Fawkes - a Guy Puddlers sketch

Guy Fawkes was always getting into trouble with the authorities in England, and the king was so fed up with him, he had him sent abroad.
So Guy was transported from England, but due to a navigation error he ended up in China, instead of Australia.
However, this was no bad thing for Guy, as Woo Flung Poo - his old nanny, had taught him Cantonese as a child.
At that time, the Chinese had a habit of crucifying their criminals, and leaving their bodies on show, as a deterrent, but this lead to a spread of disease, which they were at a loss to control.
Guy Fawkes, ever the loud-mouth, persuaded the authorities to burn the bodies, after a period of a couple of days, by placing wood around the stakes, and this caused a great reduction in illness, but a huge increase in smog.
This suggestion not only bought Guy his freedom to return to England by the Silk Route, but also the European concession for the use of Chinese gunpowder. The rest, as they say, is history.
The Honeybourne Hut

Franz and Elspeth Altwasser parents to Richard, who was part of the 4-man design team which built the Sinclair Zx81.

Franz was a navigator in a German bomber, shot down on it's way to Coventry. It was his first, and last raid, and as a prisoner of war he was sent to the Vale of Evesham to work on the land.
Getting off the train at Honeybourne, his attention was immediately caught by the sight of the station managers granddaughter, helping out her gramps, due to the shortage of men. Her name was Elspeth, as he had heard someone call out and Franz knew he would have to bide his time, but he would like to get to know her better. 
So he settled into life in the Vale, working in the fields, digging, hoeing and picking crops of sprouts and cabbages. Taking his time to learn English better, and try to be accepted by the locals. In what little spare time he had, he spent on carving pieces of wood, as he had been working for his own father before the war, training as a carpenter, and was a natural at understanding the properties and form of wood.
Franz noticed that the young courting couples all used the railwayman's hut in the station yard to meet up of an evening, where they could get to know each other better. This was in the days before youth clubs and discos, so anywhere out of the weather where young lovers could go was valued. The only problem was that the door couldn't be locked from the inside, and on a number of occasions youngsters had been rudely interrupted in their romance. Franz came up with an idea. He produced wooden carvings for each couple, of birds and flowers and such like, which could be placed in the window above the door to the hut, indicating it being in use, and by whom.
This turned out to be a popular solution, greatly appreciated by the youth of the village. As for his own romantic aspirations, Franz had to wait further, as Elspeth had departed off to teacher training college, but he was a patient young man.
At the end of the war, Franz stayed on at Honeybourne. He had no real ambition to return to Germany, and felt his future was in the Vale, with Elspeth, as she had returned to teach in the local school. But he had wait yet again, as the government brought in legislation to prevent prisoners of war from associating with the locals. By this time, Franz's skills as a carpenter were in great demand, as some of the courting couples had married, and were looking for furniture for their new homes, and in due course, cribs and baby toys. So Franz was able to set up business in the village as a carpenter, an occupation he retained until his retirement.
It was 1955 before Franz and Elspeth were eventually married, and the following year Richard was born. If you visit the village of Honeybourne, you may well be able to see wooden carvings in the windows of a number of cottages, as reminders of the young lovers and the Honeyboune Hut.
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This calendar has been produced in support of the Hands Off Our Horton campaign, to protect the services provided by the Horton General Hospital in Banbury, to the people of Banburyshire.

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Sitting in its beautiful, mellow Cotswold Hills landscape, Hook Norton is a proudly independent and passionate family business that takes the very best of its handcrafted brewing heritage and combines it with a thoroughly modern approach, to create a range of real ales for today’s drinkers to enjoy.

Hook Norton is one of only 32 family owned breweries and is the finest example of a Victorian Tower Brewery in the country. Of course, the brewery is about so much more than just its fantastic range of award winning beers. We welcome over 20,000 visitors a year to our Visitor Centre and 38 of our pubs are at the heart of many of local communities, serving great drink and food to the region.

Many of you will know Hook Norton, having tasted one of our beers, visited one of our Hook Norton pubs or indeed having come for a brewery tour, but few will know the full story. Our history and heritage are a large part of the picture, but so too are all the things that we are already achieving today and, of course, our plans for the future.
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Horace The Hobby Horse

Horace the Hobby Horse hardly ever leaves Hampshire
Preferring to prance in his paddock, playing with his pre-teen patrons, Peter and Petunia 
Sashaying across the sward, swathed in silky silks and sumptuous satin
Green garters and garish jumpers, garnished with garnets which gleam and glow even in the gloaming

Horace the Hobby Horse hardly ever leaves Hampshire
Then one particular day the part-time postman popped his peaked cap around the poppies
"Special delivery, sign here" says he, "something to get 'cited about"
The card contained the caption "Hobby Horse festival" and an invitation
“Dear Horace, please join us for the 10th Birthday of the Banbury Hobby Horse Festival
RSVP Verna and Steven”

Horace the Hobby Horse left Hampshire
Big city Banbury beckoned, beamed Horace, boulevards of bouquets, bags of bonhomie, and buxom barmaids, blushed Horace. 
Heaps of hobby horses, hobnobbing and horsing around happily
With Demons deftly demonstrating daftness, daring and dark ale drinking 

Horace the Hobby Horse returned to Hampshire
Nurturing new friendships with the neighbourly New Forest ponies
Discoursing dynamically with the donkeys and the dotty deer
Cheerfully conversing with contented cattle at the convivial watering holes
Horace the Hobby Horse was home

Written by Jules Procter,  June 2010
When Soulful Huw meets Angharad The Much Loved One - a Salt Way Story

Huw came from the lands of Snowdonia, the youngest son of a slate mine owner, who was hoping to expand the market for his goods.
Huw's Da had already trained up his two elder sons to take over the business, and he wanted Huw to make his own way in life, so he brought him along on a trading expedition to the lands of the Mercians, which resulted in things turning out better than he could ever have imagined. While Huw was bright, his real skills lay as a musician, a harpist, and a poet, but not up the standards of the best of the Bards, so he was only too happy to go along with his Da, leaving the mountains behind, for what would turn out to be the last time.
The father and son made use of the Salt Way leading from mid-Wales back to Droitwich, running over the Malvern Hills through a cutting known then as now, as the Wych. Reaching the cutting one misty morning, they stopped to catch their breath and compare the lands beside the River Severn laying out in front of them, to the distant mountains of their homeland back to the west. With the mist still rising, they couldn't see the tops of the hills, but heard the sound of small bells coming out down from the clouds. After some moments a figure appeared wearing a grey hooded cloak, sitting upon a white horse. The animal and rider came to a halt some feet away, and all fell silent.
"Good morrow" spoke Huw's Da, "Do you always enjoy a ride in the fog? Without your bells we wouldn't have known you were there."
The figure threw back the hood of the cloak to reveal a beautiful young girl, who laughed "But I could hear you, with your cursing and cussing as you came up the Way."
Huw stepped forward and asked "May I introduce my father and myself?  Da is a slate miner looking to trade hereabouts, and I am a musician looking for adventure" . When the girl extended her hand to him, he took it, and a shock passed though them as if hit by lightning. "I am Angharad of the Salt Way" she announced "I think you need to look no further."
From that day on, Angharad, The Much Loved One and Huw the Soulful, were inseparable. And she had music wherever she went.
Jules Procter is The Banburyshire Storyteller, with tales from Banbury and the surrounding area, his home county of Worcestershire and of characters he has met, and places he has been. He has a facination with the Salt Way trade networks.

From storytelling in folk clubs, pubs, parties and festivals, in 2014 Jules also started telling his stories in village halls as joint fund-raising events between the halls and The Friends Of The Horton.


Jules Procter
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Fred Vokins and the Ironstones Railway

Fred Vokins was born in 1889 in Didcot, and moved to Banbury at the age of five, when his father's railway job changed.
At Dashwood Road school he met Maud, the love of his life, but at the age of 16 he decided to join the Army instead of joining his dad.
Although he saw action throughout the first world war, he would only talk about his time in the quartermasters stores, and on leaving the army in 1920, he returned to Banbury in search of his sweetheart. In the meantime, Maud had trained as a nurse, and by the time Fred returned, she had become a ward sister. The couple married, and as Fred had secured a job on the Ironstones railway as a trainee stream engine driver, the newly weds moved into one the the three railway cottages owned by the company, location in Paradise St, now known as Bath Road.
The cottages were known as Ss1, Ss2 and Ss3 , Ss standing for "Steam shed". Ss1 being where the railway manager lived, Fred and Maud moving into Ss2 and Ss3 was home to the engine driver. After a few months, the drive retired and Fred and Maud moved into the slighter larger Ss3.
Maud had been told that she couldn't have any children, so the two of them decided to adopt some of the waifs and strays, a result of the war. There was Phil, the twins Ricky and Micky , Maggie, Simon, welsh Tudor who became something of a folk singer and guitarist, Graham, Jean, Donna and Nick. All living in the two-up two-down. However, Fred was a hard-working, practical man, so he built a shed in the garden, modelled on the French railway couchette, which meant six of the boys could sleep in their own individual beds, something of a luxury at that time.
With so many children to remember, Fred took the easy route and often just referred to them as his "Comrades", and would address with phrases such as "Comrades, come the revolution, we shall be listening to jazz" and "Comrades, cider is the drink of the working man".      
But it was not just the comrades that Fred and Maud had to think about, as before long they had a child of their own, who Maud insisted on naming Fred. So life was good for Fred and Maud, Fred working driving the steam engine hauling the ironstone, quarried at Wroxton, down to the GWR main line in Banbury. When not driving, he would help out on the upkeep of the line, quite happy to help with shovelling ballast or painting platforms, whatever needed doing. The Ironstones railway had opened in 1917, built using labour from German and Italian prisoners of war, and the stone was freighted up to Corby, where it was crushed, the metal extracted and turned into steel, which became an important part of the war effort in World War Two. 
After 25 years of service with a company, it was customary to be given a silver plate, but for Fred in 1945, this was not possible. Instead he was if would like to name the new 0-4-0 locomotive they had just taken delivery of. Fred was pleased as punch, beaming from ear to ear, and of course, named it Maud.
When Fred eventually retired, the company brought together as many of the comrades as they could, rather than have a big do, as they knew that he didn't want a fuss. When asked to name the love of his life, by one of the cheeky comrades, Fred, with one arm leaning against the loco, and the other around his wife's shoulder, simply replied "Maud". And with that he walked off with Maud to their retirement bungalow, overlooking the Ironstones Railway, where he could listen to his jazz, keep an eye on the railway and enjoy his wife's company.

The Ironstones Railway moved over to using diesel engines shortly before it closed in 1967. But you can still walk most of the length of it, recalling Fred Vokins and The Ironstones Railway.  
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Get along to [[Adderbury Party In The Park|http://www.adderburypartyinthepark.co.uk/]] for a wonderful community gathering of music and chat.
There's also [[Music At The Crossroads|http://www.hookymusic.co.uk/]] at Hook Norton.

In years gone by the month of the Banbury Hobby Horse Festival and Towns Mayors Sunday.

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Julian "Jules" Procter has over thirty years experience of working in IT, specialising in the technical support of ICL VME mainframe computers. During that time he has also developed skills in print design and rapid application development.

In 1999 he started Clockwork Data Ltd as an IT services and media company, producing ~CDROMs under the "Banburyshire" name, as well as duplicating ~CDs and ~CDROMs for musicians, businesses and fund-raisers. The Banburyshire product range include The Banburyshire Quiz, The Banburyshire Portal CDROM magazine, The Banburyshire Beard Business Directory on CDROM, Banburyshire Events CD and CDROM coverage of events in the area and The Banburyshire Brolly podcasts with listeners in over 20 countries across the globe.

Since 2007, he has been running the not-for-profit social enterprise, Banburyshire Media, where any profits made are split between supporting Banbury Folk Festival and The League of Friends at the Horton General Hospital in Banbury. 

Using the fourth generation of The Banburyshire Beard, Julian made it through to the final of the 2011 Banbury Innovation Awards.

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Julian "Jules" Procter has over thirty years experience of working in IT, specialising in the technical support of ICL VME mainframe computers. During that time he has also developed skills in print design and rapid application development.

In 1999 he started Clockwork Data Ltd as an IT services and media company, producing ~CDROMs under the "Banburyshire" name, as well as duplicating ~CDs and ~CDROMs for musicians, businesses and fund-raisers. The Banburyshire product range include The Banburyshire Quiz, The Banburyshire Portal CDROM magazine, The Banburyshire Beard Business Directory on CDROM, Banburyshire Events CD and CDROM coverage of events in the area and The Banburyshire Brolly podcasts with listeners in over 20 countries across the globe.

Since 2007, he has been running the not-for-profit social enterprise, Banburyshire Media, where any profits made are split between supporting Banbury Folk Festival and The League of Friends at the Horton General Hospital in Banbury. 

Using the fourth generation of The Banburyshire Beard, Julian made it through to the final of the 2011 Banbury Innovation Awards.

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The VMCC Banbury Run at Gaydon is the largest gathering of vintage motorcycles in the world.

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Kathryn West, keen photographer and Horton mother

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Kelly Cowley is a Save The Horton supporter

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Kevin Smith is a professional  photographer and novice hobby horse jockey.
 
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The time for [[Banbury Beer Festival|http://banburybeerfest.camra.org.uk/]] . Cheers!

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Martin Key is a professional magician, member of the Magic Circle, and a keen photographer 

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Banbury Canal Day, the biggest social event of the year is held on the first Sunday of October.
The following weekend it is the Banbury Folk and Hobby Horse Festival,  a lively weekend of music and street theatre.
(Read about HoracE The Hobby Horse.)
Then there is Banbury Fair, what a busy month

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Old George and the Red Triangle

George had served in the British Army and seen active service in the Boer War. On leaving the army he returned to the farm on which he had been brought up, and as was the tradition, was allowed to keep his red coat. This coat was the envy of his fellow farm-workers, as they had to make do with rag coats themselves to try and keep out the cold and wet, and made Old George stand out as he worked in the fields.
As the Autumn drew to a close, with the ploughing and planting of winter wheat completed, the hedges trimmed and the ditches cleared out, there was little for the farmworkers to do, and with no work, it meant no pay. So for the first three weeks in December before Xmas a group went Morris dancing around the farms and large houses, trying to earn a few pence to help them and their families through the constraints of Winter. But this tradition had become to be seen as begging by the uncaring law-makers, and so the lads blacked up their faces in an attempt to disguise their features.
Carrying on the Morris, in good company, travelling the area, sleeping in barns, and with strong cider and hearty vegetable soups to maintain them, the lads had quite a time.
On the return to Thorndon Farm by George and the other workers, they decided to have one last night out at the Bird In Hand pub, about a mile away, before tightening the belts and putting their meagre savings to one side. They were joined by the farmer and his brothers, and a jolly, lively time was had by most of the group, playing darts and cribbage. George, however, sat to one side, pipe lit, in quiet reflection, as was his way. He had seen too much in life to be light-hearted, but took comfort that others could be carefree.
At the end of the evening, and after a fair number of pints of cider, the men made their way back to the farm, through the falling snow, laughing and joking and generally horsing around. It was not until the next morning at breakfast that Old George's absence was noted, for it not like George to miss a meal. So a search party was assembled and retraced the route to the pub. About fifty yards before Windmill Lane joined the main road, one of the party spotted a red triangle poking up out of the snow. "That's Old George's coat!" he exclaimed, and sure enough it was. The snow was scrapped back to reveal George, still fast asleep and snoring. The combination of coat and a covering of snow had saved George from freezing to death, and this was a turning point for him. From that time on, for the rest of his long life, he talked to all who would listen about his experiences, both his time abroad in the service of his queen, and the traditions and situations at home. For Old George became a story teller.     
!Places in Banburyshire
!!Adderbury
Village Shop and Library in the High Street.
Adderbury has a Church of England primary school: Christopher Rawlins School.
Adderbury has four public houses:
    Bell Inn, in High Street (Hook Norton Brewery).
    Coach and Horses, by the Green (Wadworth Brewery).
    Pickled Ploughman, formerly the Plough Inn, a free house in Aynho Road.
    Red Lion, by the Green (Greene King Brewery).

Adderbury village activities include Tennis and Squash, The Women's Institute, Photographic, Cinema, Cycling and Gardening Clubs, Conservation, and History Association, Adderbury Bowls, Football and Cricket Clubs, Adderbury Rainbows and 1st Adderbury Scouts, Mothers' Union, Over Sixties' Club, Gardening Club, and amateur dramatics (Adderbury Theatre Workshop).
Web links :-

[[Adderbury Village|http://adderbury.org/]]

[[Adderbury Village Morrismen|http://adderburyvillagemorrismen.co.uk/]]

[[Adderbury Morris|http://www.adderburymorris.org.uk/]]

!!Aston Le Walls
Aston le Walls is a village and civil parish in South Northamptonshire, England, close by the border with Oxfordshire. The village is about 9 miles north of Banbury in Oxfordshire, and 10 miles south of Daventry. Neighbouring villages are Chipping Warden, Lower Boddington Upper Boddington and Byfield
Well known eventing centre and horse trials. Nearby is Canons Ashby, a National Trust property with a medieval priory church and Elizabethan manor house, gardens and parkland.

Web links :-

[[Aston Le Walls Village|http://www.astonlewalls.org/]]

!!Avon Dassett

Avon Dassett is a village in the Stratford district of Warwickshire, England, nestling among the Burton Dassett Hills. About four miles east of Kineton and seven miles north of Banbury
The village has one pub
  The Avon Inn

Web links :-

[[Avon Dassett Village|http://www.avondassett.com/]]

!!Aynho
!!Balscote
!!Banbury
[[Banbury Town|http://www.banburytown.co.uk/]]
[[Banbury Guardian|http://www.banburyguardian.co.uk/]]
!!Barford St George
!!Barford St Michael
!!Bloxham
Web links :-

[[Bloxham Info|http://bloxham.info/]]
!!Boddington
!!Bodicote
!!Brackley
Web links :-

[[Brackley Town|http://www.brackleynorthants-tc.gov.uk/]]
!!Brailles
Web links :-

[[Brailles Village|http://brailesvillage.co.uk/]]
!!Broughton
!!Byfield
!!Canons Ashby
Web links :-

[[National Trust - Canons Ashby|https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/canons-ashby]] 
!!Chacombe
!!Charwelton
!!Chipping Warden
!!Claydon
!!Cropredy
Web links :-

[[Cropredy Village|http://www.cropredyvillage.info/welcome.htm]]
[[Fairport Convention|http://www.fairportconvention.com/]]
!!Croughton
!!Deddington
Web links :-

[[Deddington Online|http://www.deddington.org.uk/]]
!!Drayton
!!Edge Hill
!!Evenley
!!Farnborough
!!Farthinghoe
!!Fawsley
!!Fenny Compton
Web links :-

[[Fenny Compton Parish Council|http://www.fennycompton-pc.gov.uk/]]
!!Finmere
!!Fritwell
!!Gaydon
!!Great Tew
!!Greatworth
!!Hellidon
!!Hinton in the Hedges
!!Hook Norton
Web links :-

[[Hook Norton Village|http://hook-norton.org.uk/]]
[[Hook Norton Brewery|https://www.hooky.co.uk/]]
[[Music At The Crossroads|http://www.hookymusic.co.uk/]]
!!Horley
!!Hornton
Web links :-

[[There's Only One Hornton|http://www.hornton.org.uk/]]
!!Kineton
!!Kings Sutton
!!Marston St Lawrence
!!Middleton Cheney
Web links :-

[[Middleton Cheney Parish Council|http://www.middletoncheney.org.uk/]]
!!Milcombe
!!Mixbury
!!Mollington
!!Moreton Pinkney
!!Northend
!!Preston Capes
Web links :-

[[Preston Capes village|https://www.prestoncapes.org.uk/]]
!!Priors Hardwick
!!Priors Marston
!!Ratley
!!Shenington
!!Shutford
!!Sibford Ferris
Web links :-

[[The Sidfords|http://thesibfords.org.uk/]]
!!Souldern
!!Sulgrave
Web links :-

[[Sulgrave Manor|http://www.sulgravemanor.org.uk/]]
!!Swacliffe
!!Swerford
!!Tadmarton
Web links :-

[[Tadmarton Village|http://www.tadmartonvillage.co.uk/]]
!!Thorpe Mandeville
!!Tysoe
!!Wardington
!!Warmington
Web links :-

[[Warmington Village|http://www.warmington.org/]]
!!Westbury
Web links :-

[[Westbury Village|http://www.westburyvillage.org/]]
!!Wiggington
!!Woodford Halse
Web links :-

[[Woodford Halse Village Signpost|http://www.woodford-halse-villagesignpost.co.uk/]]
[[Gun Dog Ales|http://www.gundogales.co.uk/]]
!!Wroxton
Ray Clif is a well known Banbury photographer, taking engaging and unusual pictures of the area

Contact :- [[Facebook|https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100012372222541]]
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At The Hook Norton Brewery

The ''KAST OFF KINKS'' featuring original Kinks members make a welcome return to headline the festival. Timeless songs from Sir Ray Davies, the success of the musical Sunny Afternoon and so many fabulous hits endorse the Kinks as one of the world’s greatest bands. 

Also on the bill… ''Acoustic WHO'' – a not to be missed tribute to another of the greatest British bands of all time. ''Bewelian'' - a high octane electric folk band with horns! ''The King Biscuit Boys'' bring their brand of country blues. Rock out to the ''The ~FooKing Queens'' – playing the music by The Foo Fighters, Kings of Leon and Queens of the Stone Age. There will also be original new music from ''Pete Watkins Originals'' and solo singer-songwriter ''~Anne-Marie Sanderson''.  Acoustic Americana from a superb folk trio ''Under The Wychwood''. We kick off Saturday with classic 1950’s Rock n Roll from the ''The Big Deal'', then wrap up the Saturday night with a good old cover spot from Hooky’s own ''The Norton Commandos''. On Friday night we have two fine local bands; ''Neva Mynd'' a Banbury based covers band and the hugely popular ''Under The Covers''.

While all this fabulous music is playing, refresh yourselves with the Hook Norton ales in the beer tent, the Pimms Bar or gin and spirits from The Gin Spot. If you are hungry there are plenty of choices to satisfy a wide range of tastes from Fish n Chips, vegan, asian and hog roast &BBQ. Or you can just chill at the coffee bar. So leave your picnics at home and travel light.

''VILLAGE FAYRE:'' Saturday will feature a traditional Village Fayre, that’s how our annual music festival started, 21 years ago! There is entertainment for the children and stalls from local organisations and groups. A range of crafts, tie dyed clothing and jewellery. Get an Indian head massage, be drawn by a caricaturist and eat some cakes! It is an opportunity to raise funds while having a good time. ''All proceeds go to charity, Bloodwise, Fire Fighters, Air Ambulance and to local organisations.''

Tickets are available on line at www.hookymusic.co.uk from The Village Shop, Hook Norton Brewery and The Sun Inn.
Saturday: adult £20; 12-17 £10 3-11 £2. 
Friday £5 (11 and under free)

''IMPORTANT:'' no alcohol or glass bottles to be brought on site
More information: see Facebook page, website www.hookymusic.co.uk) or send an email to Pete Watkins (petewatkins4@aol.com) 
      
Hook Norton Charitable Association




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/***
|Name|SaveAsPlugin|
|Source|http://www.TiddlyTools.com/#SaveAsPlugin|
|Documentation|http://www.TiddlyTools.com/#SaveAsPluginInfo|
|Version|2.7.0|
|Author|Eric Shulman|
|License|http://www.TiddlyTools.com/#LegalStatements|
|~CoreVersion|2.1|
|Type|plugin|
|Description|Save current document to another path/filename|
!!!!!Documentation
<<<
see [[SaveAsPluginInfo]]
<<<
!!!!!Revisions
<<<
2009.10.13 2.7.0 added 'here' param (saves current tiddler)
2009.08.16 2.6.2 fixed handling for backstage
| Please see [[SaveAsPluginInfo]] for additional revision details |
2006.02.03 1.0.0 Created
<<<
!!!!!Code
***/
//{{{
version.extensions.SaveAsPlugin= {major: 2, minor: 7, revision: 0, date: new Date(2009,10,13)};

config.macros.saveAs = {
	label: 'save as...',
	labelparam: 'label:',
	prompt: 'Save current document to a different path/file',
	promptparam: 'prompt:',
	filePrompt: 'Please select or enter a target path/filename',
	targetparam: 'target:',
	defaultFilename: 'new.html',
	filenameparam: 'filename:',
	currfilekeyword: 'here',
	typeparam: 'type:',
	type_TW: 'tw', type_PS: 'ps', type_TX: 'tx', type_CS: 'cs', type_NF: 'nf', // file type tokens
	type_map: {
		tiddlywiki:'tw', tw:'tw', wiki: 'tw',
		purestore: 'ps', ps:'ps', store:'ps',
		plaintext: 'tx', tx:'tx', text: 'tx',
		comma:     'cs', cs:'cs', csv:  'cs',
		newsfeed:  'nf', nf:'nf', xml:  'nf', rss:'nf'
	},
	limitparam: 'limit:',
	replaceparam: 'replace',
	mergeparam: 'merge',
	quietparam: 'quiet',
	openparam: 'open',
	askParam: 'ask',
	hereParam: 'here',
	askMsg: "Enter a tag filter (use * for all tiddlers, 'none' for blank document)",
	hereMsg: 'Enter a tiddler title',
	emptyParam: 'none',
	confirmmsg: "Found %0 tiddlers matching\n\n'%1'\n\nPress OK to proceed",
	mergeprompt: '%0\nalready contains tiddler definitions.\n'
		+'\nPress OK to add new/revised tiddlers to current file contents.'
		+'\nPress Cancel to completely replace file contents',
	mergestatus: 'Merged %0 new/revised tiddlers and %1 existing tiddlers',
	okmsg: '%0 tiddlers written to %1',
	failmsg: 'An error occurred while creating %1',
	filter: '',
	handler: function(place,macroName,params) {
		if ((params[0]||'').startsWith(this.labelparam))
			var label=params.shift().substr(this.labelparam.length);
		if ((params[0]||'').startsWith(this.promptparam))
			var prompt=params.shift().substr(this.promptparam.length);
		if ((params[0]||'').startsWith(this.targetparam))
			var target=params.shift().substr(this.targetparam.length);
		if ((params[0]||'').startsWith(this.filenameparam))
			var filename=params.shift().substr(this.filenameparam.length);
		if ((params[0]||'').startsWith(this.typeparam))
			var filetype=this.type_map[params.shift().substr(this.typeparam.length).toLowerCase()];
		if ((params[0]||'').startsWith(this.limitparam))
			var limit=params.shift().substr(this.limitparam.length);
		var q=((params[0]||'')==this.quietparam);   if (q) params.shift();
		var o=((params[0]||'')==this.replaceparam); if (o) params.shift();
		var m=((params[0]||'')==this.mergeparam);   if (m) params.shift();
		var a=((params[0]||'')==this.openparam);    if (a) params.shift();
		var btn=createTiddlyButton(place,label||this.label,prompt||this.prompt,
			function(){ config.macros.saveAs.go( this.getAttribute('target'),
				this.getAttribute('filename'), this.getAttribute('filetype'),
				this.getAttribute('filter'), this.getAttribute('limit'),
				this.getAttribute('quiet')=='true',
				this.getAttribute('overwrite')=='true',
				this.getAttribute('merge')=='true',
				this.getAttribute('autoopen')=='true',
				this);
				return false;
			});
		if (target) btn.setAttribute('target',target);
		if (filename) btn.setAttribute('filename',filename);
		btn.setAttribute('filetype',filetype||this.type_TW);
		btn.setAttribute('filter',params.join(' '));
		btn.setAttribute('limit',limit||0);
		btn.setAttribute('quiet',q?'true':'false');
		btn.setAttribute('overwrite',o?'true':'false');
		btn.setAttribute('merge',m?'true':'false');
		btn.setAttribute('autoopen',a?'true':'false');
	},
	go: function(target,filename,filetype,filter,limit,quiet,overwrite,merge,autoopen,here) {
		var cm=config.messages; // abbreviation
		var cms=config.macros.saveAs; // abbreviation
		if (window.location.protocol!='file:') // make sure we are local
			{ displayMessage(cm.notFileUrlError); return; }

		// get tidders, confirm filtered results
		var tids=cms.selectTiddlers(filter,here);
		if (tids===false) return; // cancelled by user
		if (cms.filter!=cms.emptyParam && cms.filter.length && !quiet)
			if (!confirm(cms.confirmmsg.format([tids.length,cms.filter]))) return;

		// get target path/filename
		if (!filetype) filetype=this.type_TW;
		target=target||cms.getTarget(filename,filetype==this.type_TX?'txt':filetype==this.type_CS?'csv':'html');
		if (!target) return; // cancelled by user

		var link='file:///'+target.replace(/\\/g,'/');
		var samefile=link==decodeURIComponent(window.location.href);
		var p=getLocalPath(document.location.href);
		if (samefile) {
			if (config.options.chkSaveBackups)
				{ var t=loadOriginal(p);if(t)saveBackup(p,t); }
			if (config.options.chkGenerateAnRssFeed && saveRss instanceof Function)
				saveRss(p);
		}
		var notes='';
		var total={val:0};
		var out=this.assembleFile(target,filetype,tids,limit||0,notes,quiet,overwrite,merge,total);
		var ok=saveFile(target,out);
		if (ok && autoopen) {
			if (!samefile) window.open(link).focus();
			else { store.setDirty(false); window.location.reload(); }
		}
		if (!quiet || !(ok && autoopen))
			displayMessage((ok?this.okmsg:this.failmsg).format([total.val,target]),link);
	},
	selectTiddlers: function(filter,here) {
		var cms=config.macros.saveAs; // abbreviation
		var tids=[]; cms.filter=filter||'';
		if (filter==cms.emptyParam)
			return tids;
		if (filter==config.macros.saveAs.hereParam) {
			var here=story.findContainingTiddler(here);
			if (here) var tid=here.getAttribute('tiddler');
			else var tid=prompt(config.macros.saveAs.hereMsg,'');
			while (tid && !store.tiddlerExists(tid)) {
				var err='"'+tid+'" not found.\nPlease try again.\n\n';
				var tid=prompt(err+config.macros.saveAs.hereMsg,tid);
			}
			if (!tid) return false;  // cancelled by user
			return [store.getTiddler(tid)];
		}
		if (filter==config.macros.saveAs.askParam) {
			filter=prompt(config.macros.saveAs.askMsg,'');
			if (!filter) return false;  // cancelled by user
			cms.filter=filter=='*'?'':filter;
		}
		if (!filter||!filter.length||filter=='*') tids=store.getTiddlers('title');
		else tids=store.filterTiddlers('[tag['+filter+']]');
		return tids;
	},
	getTarget: function(defName,defExt) {
		var cms=config.macros.saveAs; // abbreviation
		// get new target path/filename
		var newPath=getLocalPath(window.location.href);
		var slashpos=newPath.lastIndexOf('/'); if (slashpos==-1) slashpos=newPath.lastIndexOf('\\'); 
		if (slashpos!=-1) newPath=newPath.substr(0,slashpos+1); // trim filename
		if (!defName||!defName.length) { // use current filename as default
			var p=getLocalPath(window.location.href);
			var s=p.lastIndexOf('/'); if (s==-1) s=p.lastIndexOf('\\'); 
			if (s!=-1) defName=p.substr(s+1);
		}
		var defFilename=(defName||cms.defaultFilename).replace(/.html$/,'.'+defExt);
		var target=cms.askForFilename(cms.filePrompt,newPath,defFilename,defExt);
		if (!target) return; // cancelled by user
		// if specified file does not include a path, assemble fully qualified path and filename
		var slashpos=target.lastIndexOf('/'); if (slashpos==-1) slashpos=target.lastIndexOf('\\');
		if (slashpos==-1) target=target+(defName||cms.defaultFilename).replace(/.html$/,'.'+defExt);
		return target;
	},
	askForFilename: function(msg,path,file,defExt) {
		if(window.Components) { // moz
			try {
				netscape.security.PrivilegeManager.enablePrivilege('UniversalXPConnect');
				var nsIFilePicker = window.Components.interfaces.nsIFilePicker;
				var picker = Components.classes['@mozilla.org/filepicker;1'].createInstance(nsIFilePicker);
				picker.init(window, msg, nsIFilePicker.modeSave);
				var thispath = Components.classes['@mozilla.org/file/local;1'].createInstance(Components.interfaces.nsILocalFile);
				thispath.initWithPath(path);
				picker.displayDirectory=thispath;
				picker.defaultExtension=defExt||'html';
				picker.defaultString=file;
				picker.appendFilters(nsIFilePicker.filterAll|nsIFilePicker.filterText|nsIFilePicker.filterHTML);
				if (picker.show()!=nsIFilePicker.returnCancel) var result=picker.file.persistentDescriptor;
			}
			catch(e) { alert('error during local file access: '+e.toString()) }
		}
		else { // IE
			try { // XP/Vista only
				var s = new ActiveXObject('UserAccounts.CommonDialog');
				s.Filter='All files|*.*|Text files|*.txt|HTML files|*.htm;*.html|';
				s.FilterIndex=(defExt=='txt')?2:3; // default to HTML files;
				s.InitialDir=path;
				s.FileName=file;
				if (s.showOpen()) var result=s.FileName;
			}
			catch(e) { var result=prompt(msg,path+file); } // fallback for non-XP IE
		}
		return result;
	},
	plainTextHeader:
		 'Source:\n\t%0\n'
		+'Title:\n\t%1\n'
		+'Subtitle:\n\t%2\n'
		+'Created:\n\t%3 by %4\n'
		+'Application:\n\tTiddlyWiki %5 / %6 %7\n\n',
	plainTextTiddler:
		'- - - - - - - - - - - - - - -\n'
		+'|     title: %0\n'
		+'|   created: %1\n'
		+'|  modified: %2\n'
		+'| edited by: %3\n'
		+'|      tags: %4\n'
		+'- - - - - - - - - - - - - - -\n'
		+'%5\n',
	plainTextFooter:
		'',
	newsFeedHeader:
		 '<'+'?xml version="1.0"?'+'>\n'
		+'<rss version="2.0">\n'
		+'<channel>\n'
		+'<title>%1</title>\n'
		+'<link>%0</link>\n'
		+'<description>%2</description>\n'
		+'<language>en-us</language>\n'
		+'<copyright>Copyright '+(new Date().getFullYear())+' %4</copyright>\n'
		+'<pubDate>%3</pubDate>\n'
		+'<lastBuildDate>%3</lastBuildDate>\n'
		+'<docs>http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss</docs>\n'
		+'<generator>TiddlyWiki %5 / %6 %7</generator>\n',
	newsFeedTiddler:
		'\n%0\n',
	newsFeedFooter:
		'</channel></rss>',
	pureStoreHeader:
		 '<html><body>'
		+'<style type="text/css">'
		+'	#storeArea {display:block;margin:1em;}'
		+'	#storeArea div {padding:0.5em;margin:1em;border:2px solid black;height:10em;overflow:auto;}'
		+'	#pureStoreHeading {width:100%;text-align:left;background-color:#eeeeee;padding:1em;}'
		+'</style>'
		+'<div id="pureStoreHeading">'
		+'	TiddlyWiki "PureStore" export file<br>'
		+'	Source'+': <b>%0</b><br>'
		+'	Title: <b>%1</b><br>'
		+'	Subtitle: <b>%2</b><br>'
		+'	Created: <b>%3</b> by <b>%4</b><br>'
		+'	TiddlyWiki %5 / %6 %7<br>'
		+'	Notes:<hr><pre>%8</pre>'
		+'</div>'
		+'<div id="storeArea">',
	pureStoreTiddler:
		'%0\n%1',
	pureStoreFooter:
		'</div><!--POST-BODY-START-->\n<!--POST-BODY-END--></body></html>',
	assembleFile: function(target,filetype,tids,limit,notes,quiet,overwrite,merge,total) {
		var revised='';
		var now = new Date().toLocaleString();
		var src=convertUnicodeToUTF8(document.location.href);
		var title = convertUnicodeToUTF8(wikifyPlain('SiteTitle').htmlEncode());
		var subtitle = convertUnicodeToUTF8(wikifyPlain('SiteSubtitle').htmlEncode());
		var user = convertUnicodeToUTF8(config.options.txtUserName.htmlEncode());
		var twver = version.major+'.'+version.minor+'.'+version.revision;
		var v=version.extensions.SaveAsPlugin; var pver = v.major+'.'+v.minor+'.'+v.revision;
		var headerargs=[src,title,subtitle,now,user,twver,'SaveAsPlugin',pver,notes];
		switch (filetype) {
			case this.type_TX: // plain text
				var header=this.plainTextHeader.format(headerargs);
				var footer=this.plainTextFooter;
				break;
			case this.type_CS: // comma-separated
				var fields={};
				for (var i=0; i<tids.length; i++) for (var f in tids[i].fields) fields[f]=f;
				var names=['title','created','modified','modifier','tags','text'];
				for (var f in fields) names.push(f);
				var header=names.join(',')+'\n';
				var footer='';
				break;
			case this.type_NF: // news feed (XML)
				headerargs[0]=store.getTiddlerText('SiteUrl','');
				var header=this.newsFeedHeader.format(headerargs);
				var footer=this.newsFeedFooter;
				tids=store.sortTiddlers(tids,'-modified');
				break;
			case this.type_PS: // PureStore (no code)
				var header=this.pureStoreHeader.format(headerargs);
				var footer=this.pureStoreFooter;
				break;
			case this.type_TW: // full TiddlyWiki
			default:
				var currPath=getLocalPath(window.location.href);
				var original=loadFile(currPath);
				if (!original) { alert(config.messages.cantSaveError); return; }
				var posDiv = locateStoreArea(original);
				if (!posDiv) { alert(config.messages.invalidFileError.format([currPath])); return; }
				var header = original.substr(0,posDiv[0]+startSaveArea.length)+'\n';
				var footer = '\n'+original.substr(posDiv[1]);
				break;
		}
		if (parseInt(limit)!=0) tids=tids.slice(0,limit);
		var out=this.getData(target,filetype,tids,quiet,overwrite,merge,fields);
		var revised = header+convertUnicodeToUTF8(out.join('\n'))+footer;
		// if full TW, insert page title and language attr, and reset MARKUP blocks as needed...
		if (filetype==this.type_TW) {
			var newSiteTitle=convertUnicodeToUTF8(getPageTitle()).htmlEncode();
			revised=revised.replaceChunk('<title'+'>','</title'+'>',' ' + newSiteTitle + ' ');
			revised=updateLanguageAttribute(revised);
			var titles=[]; for (var i=0; i<tids.length; i++) titles.push(tids[i].title);
			revised=updateMarkupBlock(revised,'PRE-HEAD',
				titles.contains('MarkupPreHead')? 'MarkupPreHead' :null);
			revised=updateMarkupBlock(revised,'POST-HEAD',
				titles.contains('MarkupPostHead')?'MarkupPostHead':null);
			revised=updateMarkupBlock(revised,'PRE-BODY',
				titles.contains('MarkupPreBody')? 'MarkupPreBody' :null);
			revised=updateMarkupBlock(revised,'POST-SCRIPT',
				titles.contains('MarkupPostBody')?'MarkupPostBody':null);
		}
		total.val=out.length;
		return revised;
	},
	getData: function(target,filetype,tids,quiet,overwrite,merge,fields) {
		// output selected tiddlers and gather list of titles (for use with merge)
		var out=[]; var titles=[];
		var url=store.getTiddlerText('SiteUrl','');
		for (var i=0; i<tids.length; i++) {
			out.push(this.formatItem(store,filetype,tids[i],url,fields));
			titles.push(tids[i].title);
		}
		// if TW or PureStore format, ask to merge with existing tiddlers (if any)
		if (filetype==this.type_TW || filetype==this.type_PS) {
			if (overwrite) return out; // skip merge... forced overwrite
			var txt=loadFile(target);
			if (txt && txt.length) {
				var remoteStore=new TiddlyWiki();
				if (version.major+version.minor*.1+version.revision*.01<2.52) txt=convertUTF8ToUnicode(txt);
				if (remoteStore.importTiddlyWiki(txt) && (merge||confirm(this.mergeprompt.format([target])))) {
					var existing=remoteStore.getTiddlers('title');
					for (var i=0; i<existing.length; i++)
						if (!titles.contains(existing[i].title))
							out.push(this.formatItem(remoteStore,filetype,existing[i],url));
					if (!quiet) displayMessage(this.mergestatus.format([tids.length,out.length-tids.length]));
				}
			}
		}
		return out;
	},
	formatItem: function(s,f,t,u,fields) {
		if (f==this.type_TW)
			var r=s.getSaver().externalizeTiddler(s,t);
		if (f==this.type_PS)
			var r=this.pureStoreTiddler.format([t.title,s.getSaver().externalizeTiddler(s,t)]);
		if (f==this.type_NF)
			var r=this.newsFeedTiddler.format([t.saveToRss(u)]);
		if (f==this.type_TX)
			var r=this.plainTextTiddler.format([t.title, t.created.toLocaleString(), t.modified.toLocaleString(),
				t.modifier, String.encodeTiddlyLinkList(t.tags), t.text]);
		if (f==this.type_CS) {
			function toCSV(t) { return '"'+t.replace(/"/g,'""')+'"'; } // always encode CSV
			var out=[ toCSV(t.title), toCSV(t.created.toLocaleString()), toCSV(t.modified.toLocaleString()),
				toCSV(t.modifier), toCSV(String.encodeTiddlyLinkList(t.tags)), toCSV(t.text) ];
			for (var f in fields) out.push(toCSV(t.fields[f]||''));
			var r=out.join(',');
		}
		return r||'';
	}
};
//}}}
//{{{
// automatically add saveAs to backstage
config.tasks.saveAs = {
	text: 'saveAs',
	tooltip: config.macros.saveAs.prompt,
	action: function(){ clearMessage(); config.macros.saveAs.go(); }
}
config.backstageTasks.splice(config.backstageTasks.indexOf('save')+1,0,'saveAs');
//}}}
|Name|SaveAsPluginInfo|
|Source|http://www.TiddlyTools.com/#SaveAsPlugin|
|Documentation|http://www.TiddlyTools.com/#SaveAsPluginInfo|
|Version|2.7.0|
|Author|Eric Shulman|
|License|http://www.TiddlyTools.com/#LegalStatements|
|~CoreVersion|2.1|
|Type|documentation|
|Description|Documentation for SaveAsPlugin|
>//Note: This plugin replaces ''[[NewDocumentPlugin]]'' (except for the HTML+CSS "snapshot" features, which are now provided by [[SnapshotPlugin]].//
!!!!!Usage
<<<
This plugin automatically adds a 'save as' command to the TiddlyWiki 'backstage' menu so you can quickly create an exact copy of the current TiddlyWiki document.  The plugin also defines a macro that you can use to place a "save as..." command link into your sidebar/mainmenu/any tiddler (or wherever you like).  When the command link is clicked, a system-specific dialog box will be displayed so you can select/enter the desired target path and filename.
{{{
<<saveAs "label:..." "prompt:..." "filename:..." "type:..." "limit:..."
	quiet replace merge open filter|ask|here|none>>
}}}
//(all parameters are optional)//
*''label:...''<br>custom link text (instead of "save as...")
*''prompt:...''<br>custom tooltip text
*''filename:...''<br>default filename to be shown when asking for an output path/file
*''type:...''<br>a keyword, indicating one of the following output file formats:
**''~TiddlyWiki''<br>(or ''wiki'' or ''tw'') a TiddlyWiki HTML document 
**''~PureStore''<br>(or ''store'' or ''ps'') a TiddlyWiki "PureStore" HTML export file (just tiddlers, no core code)
**''~PlainText''<br>(or ''text'' or ''tx'') a plain text file listing of tiddler //source// content
**''Comma''<br>(or ''csv'' or ''cs'') a Comma-Separated Value (CSV) database/spreadsheet file
**''~NewsFeed''<br>(or ''xml'' or ''rss'' or ''nf'') an RSS ~NewsFeed XML file
*''limit:...''<br>output is limited to the specified number of tiddlers
*''quiet''<br>normally, when using filtering (see below), the number of matching tiddlers is reported and you are asked to confirm before saving those tiddlers to a new file.  Use the ''quiet'' keyword to suppress this confirmation step.
*''replace''<br>overwrites existing output file, if any, without confirmation.
*''merge''<br>merges with existing output file, if any, without confirmation.
*''open''<br>opens the newly created document file in a separate browser tab/window.
*''filter''<br>selects a subset of tiddlers to be written into the new document.  If omitted, all tiddlers in the document are written to the new file.  ''filter'' can either:
**a tag value<br>selects only tiddlers that are tagged with that value.  To select tiddlers based on a combination of tags, you can install [[MatchTagsPlugin]] to construct complex 'tag expressions' using full 'boolean' logic with AND, OR, and NOT operators, as well as nested parentheses.
**''ask''<br>prompts you to enter a tag (or tag expression) whenever you click on the 'save as...' command
**''here''<br>selects the current tiddler (if any).  If the command is not embedded within a tiddler, you will be prompted to enter a tiddler title.
**''none''<br>omits all tiddlers and creates a new //empty// document
<<<
!!!!!Examples
<<<
save all tiddlers:
>{{{<<saveAs>>}}}<br>try it: <<saveAs>>
save only tiddlers matching a single tag:
>{{{<<saveAs "label:create Import/Export starter" "filename:TW+ImportExport.html" ImportExportPackage>>}}}
>try it: <<saveAs "label:create Import/Export starter" "filename:TW+ImportExport.html" "ImportExportPackage>>
save to a ~PureStore format:
>{{{<<saveAs "label:create Import/Export archive" "filename:ImportExportPackage.html" type:PureStore open ImportExportPackage>>}}}
>try it: <<saveAs "label:create Import/Export archive" "filename:ImportExportPackage.html" type:PureStore open ImportExportPackage>>
save to a ~PlainText format:
>{{{<<saveAs "label:create Import/Export source listing" type:PlainText open ImportExportPackage>>}}}
>try it: <<saveAs "label:create Import/Export source listing" type:PlainText open ImportExportPackage>>
save tiddlers matching a complex combination of tags (requires [[MatchTagsPlugin]]):
>{{{<<saveAs (alpha or settings) and not systemConfig>>}}}
>try it: <<saveAs (alpha or settings) and not systemConfig>>
prompt for tag or tag expression each time:
>{{{<<saveAs "label:custom save as..." ask>>}}}
>try it: <<saveAs "label:custom save as..." ask>>
save this tiddler:
>{{{<<saveAs "label:save this tiddler..." {{"filename:"+tiddler.title}} quiet here>>}}}
>try it: <<saveAs "label:save this tiddler..." {{"filename:"+tiddler.title}} quiet here>>
<<<
!!!!!Revisions
<<<
2009.10.13 2.7.0 added 'here' param (saves current tiddler)
2009.08.16 2.6.2 fixed handling for backstage
2009.08.04 2.6.1 fixed handling when limit is omitted.
2009.08.03 2.6.0 added 'limit:nn' parameter.
2009.08.02 2.5.3 in getData(), if type=RSS, sort by modified (most recent first).
2009.07.03 2.5.2 TW252 fixup: don't call convertUTF8ToUnicode() for local loadFile() I/O
2009.04.30 2.5.1 custom fields in CSV output.
2009.04.19 2.5.0 added CSV format.
2008.09.29 2.4.3 in getData(), convert UTF8 to Unicode before merging (fixes international characters).
2008.09.28 2.4.2 in go(), fixed typo that prevented backstage SaveAs from working.
2008.09.24 2.4.1 if rewriting *current* file and chkSaveBackups and/or chkGenerateAnRssFeed is enabled, then write a backup file or RSS feed, respectively
2008.09.24 2.4.0 when 'open' param is used and file is saved to current location, reload() page instead of opening a new tab/window.  Added 'filename' param to specify default filename.  Added 'replace' and 'merge' keyword params to control file handling without asking user.  Improved use of 'quiet' flag to eliminate more unwanted messages
2008.09.19 2.3.2 fixed backstage SaveAs command (was defaulting to empty document).  in formatItem(), removed unnecessary convertUnicodeToUTF8() (was causing double-conversion!)
2008.09.16 2.3.1 fixed IE 'navigate away' error by returning false from button onclick handler
2008.09.11 2.3.0 added support for alternative file formats: ~PlainText (TX), ~PureStore (PS), or ~NewsFeed (XML) in addition to existing ~TiddlyWiki (TW) document format
2008.09.06 2.2.1 corrected handling of autoopen attribute so it only applies when "open" param is specified
2008.08.01 2.2.0 added "open" param to auto-open newly saved document
2008.07.20 2.1.3 added "quiet" param to bypass confirmation when using tag filter
2008.04.22 2.1.2 corrected use of getTarget() to check for "user cancelled"
2008.04.22 2.1.1 documentation fixes
2008.04.22 2.1.0 added support for tag filtering to completely replace [[NewDocumentPlugin]] (now retired)
2008.04.12 2.0.1 automatically add "saveAs" to backstage commands
2008.04.12 2.0.0 initial release based on [[NewDocumentPlugin]]

__Previous revisions from [[NewDocumentPlugin]]__
2008.04.20 1.8.0 added support for 'noCSS' and 'viewer' params for alternative snapshot output
2008.01.08 [*.*.*] plugin size reduction: documentation moved to ...Info tiddler
2007.12.04 [*.*.*] update for ~TW2.3.0: replaced deprecated core functions, regexps, and macros
2007.03.30 1.7.0 added support for "print" param as alternative for "snap".  When "print" is used, the filename is ignored and ouput is directed to another browser tab/window, where the print dialog is then automatically triggered
2007.03.30 1.6.1 added support for "here" keyword for current tiddler elementID and "prompt:text" param for specifying tooltip text
2007.02.12 1.6.0 in onClickNewDocument(), reset HTML source 'markup'
2006.10.23 1.5.1 in onClickNewDocument(), get saved parameter value for snapID instead of using default "contentWrapper" (oops!)
2006.10.18 1.5.0 new optional param for 'snap'... specify alternative DOM element ID (default is still "contentWrapper")
2006.08.03 1.4.3 in promptForFilename(), for IE (~WinXP only), added handling for ~UserAccounts.~CommonDialog
2006.07.29 1.4.2 in onClickNewDocument(), okmsg display is now linked to newly created file
2006.07.24 1.4.1 in promptForFilename(), check for nsIFilePicker.returnCancel to allow nsIFilePicker.returnOK **OR** nsIFilePicker.returnReplace to be processed
2006.05.23 1.4.0 due to very poor performance, support for tag *expressions* has been removed, in favor of a simpler "containsAny()" scan for tags
2006.04.09 1.3.6 in onClickNewDocument, added call to convertUnicodeToUTF8() to better handle international characters
2006.03.15 1.3.5 added nsIFilePicker() handler for selecting filename in moz-based browsers.  IE and other non-moz browsers still use simple prompt() dialog
2006.03.15 1.3.0 added "label:text" param for custom link text.  added special "all" filter parameter for "save as..." handling (writes all tiddlers to output file)
2006.03.09 1.2.0 added special "snap" filter parameter to generate and write "snapshot" files containing static HTML+CSS for currently rendered document
2006.02.24 1.1.2 Fix incompatiblity with TW 2.0.5 by removing custom definition of getLocalPath() (which is now part of TW core)
2006.02.03 1.1.1 concatentate 'extra' params so that tag expressions don't have to be quoted.   moved all text to 'formatted' string definitions for easier translation.
2006.02.03 1.1.0 added support for tag EXPRESSIONS.  plus improved documentation and code cleanup
2006.02.03 1.0.0 Created
<<<
/***
|Name|SaveTiddlerToFilePlugin|
|Source|http://www.TiddlyTools.com/#SaveTiddlerToFilePlugin|
|Documentation|http://www.TiddlyTools.com/#SaveTiddlerToFilePlugin|
|Version|1.0.0|
|Author|Eric Shulman|
|License|http://www.TiddlyTools.com/#LegalStatements|
|~CoreVersion|2.1|
|Type|plugin|
|Description|toolbar command to save tiddler source definition to an external text file|
!!!!!Usage/Example
<<<
Embedded as a macro in tiddler content:
{{{
<<saveTiddlerToFile label:text prompt:text filename:text path:text>>
}}}
or, as a tiddler toolbar command in [[ViewTemplate]]:
{{{
<span class='toolbar' macro='toolbar saveTiddlerToFile'></span>
}}}
where:
* ''label'' //(optional)//<br>specifies the text to display for the command
* ''prompt'' //(optional)//<br>specifies the mouseover 'tooltip' text for the command
* ''filename'' //(optional)//<br>specifies the default filename to create.  You can use "*" within the filename as a 'substitution marker' that will be automatically replaced with the current tiddler's title.    If ''file'' is omitted, a system-specific 'ask for filename' dialog box will be displayed, using 'tiddlername.tid' as the suggested default filename.  //Note: if the tiddler is a plugin (tagged with <<tag systemConfig>>), then the suggested filename will use ".js" instead of ".tid"//
* ''path'' //(optional)//<br>specifies the default folder in which to create the output file.  If the path begins with "./" (or ".\" for Windows) it is treated as a relative path, and the path containing the current document will be prepended to create a full path reference.  Otherwise, the specified path must be a full path reference.  You can use "*" within the path as a 'substitution marker' that will be automatically replaced with the current tiddler's title.  If ''path'' is omitted, the path containing the current document will be used by default.
Examples:
>{{{<<saveTiddlerToFile>>}}}<br>Try it: <<saveTiddlerToFile>>
>{{{<<saveTiddlerToFile label:"save 'txt' file to current folder..." filename:*.txt>>}}}<br>Try it: <<saveTiddlerToFile label:"save 'txt' file to current folder..." filename:*.txt>>
>{{{<<saveTiddlerToFile label:"save 'txt' file to archive..." filename:*.txt path:./archive>>}}}<br>Try it: <<saveTiddlerToFile label:"save 'txt' file to archive..." filename:*.txt path:./archive>>
<<<
!!!!!Configuration
<<<
When {{{<span class='toolbar' macro='toolbar saveTiddlerToFile'></span>}}} is used to create a tiddler toolbar command, the default values for all parameters are applied (e.g., you will be prompted to select/enter a filename with a ".tid" or ".js" extension).  You can override these defaults by writing the following into a tiddler tagged with <<tag systemConfig>>:
{{{
config.commands.saveTiddlerToFile.filename="...";
config.commands.saveTiddlerToFile.path="...";
}}}
<<<
!!!!!Revisions
<<<
2008.04.22 [1.1.0] converted from inline script to tiddler toolbar command
2007.06.26 [1.0.0] initial release as inline script
<<<
!!!!!Code
***/
//{{{
version.extensions.SaveTiddlerToFilePlugin= {major: 1, minor: 1, revision: 0, date: new Date(2008,4,22)};

config.macros.saveTiddlerToFile = {
	label: "save this tiddler to a file",
	prompt: "save this tiddler's SOURCE text to a local file",
	askmsg: "select an output filename for this tiddler",
	okmsg: "Tiddler source written to %0",
	failmsg: "An error occurred while creating %0",
	handler: function(place,macroName,params,wikifier,paramString,tiddler) {
		params = paramString.parseParams("anon",null,true,false,false);
		var label=getParam(params,"label",this.label);
		var prompt=getParam(params,"prompt",this.prompt);
		var filename=getParam(params,"filename","");
		var path=getParam(params,"path","");
		var btn=createTiddlyButton(place,label,prompt,
			function(event){config.macros.saveTiddlerToFile.go(this,event)});
		btn.setAttribute("filename",filename);
		btn.setAttribute("path",path);
	},
	go: function(src,event) {
		var cms=config.macros.saveTiddlerToFile; // abbreviation
		var here=story.findContainingTiddler(src); if (!here) return;
		var tid=here.getAttribute('tiddler');
		var filename=src.getAttribute("filename")||"";
		filename=filename.replace(/\*/g,tid);
		var path=src.getAttribute("path")||"";
		path=path.replace(/\*/g,tid);
		if (!path.length||path.substr(0,2)=="./"||path.substr(0,2)==".\\") {
			var curr=getLocalPath(document.location.href);
			var slashpos=curr.lastIndexOf("/"); if (slashpos==-1) slashpos=curr.lastIndexOf("\\"); 
			if (slashpos!=-1) curr=curr.substr(0,slashpos+1); // remove filename, leave trailing slash
			var trailingslash=curr.indexOf("\\")!=-1?"\\":"/"; // fixup for missing trailing slash
			if (path.length && path.substr(path.length,1)!=trailingslash) path+=trailingslash;
			path=!path.length?curr:curr+path.substr(2); // convert relative path to absolute path
		}
		var deffn=tid+(store.getTiddler(tid).isTagged("systemConfig")?".js":".tid");
		var target=filename.length?path+filename:cms.askForFilename(cms.askmsg,path,deffn); // ask
		if (!target||!target.length) return false; // cancelled by user
		var msg=saveFile(target,store.getTiddlerText(tid))?cms.okmsg:cms.failmsg;
		clearMessage(); displayMessage(msg.format([target]),"file:///"+target.replace(/\\/g,'/'));
	},
	askForFilename: function(msg,path,file) {
		if(window.Components) { // moz
			try {
				netscape.security.PrivilegeManager.enablePrivilege('UniversalXPConnect');
				var nsIFilePicker = window.Components.interfaces.nsIFilePicker;
				var picker = Components.classes['@mozilla.org/filepicker;1'].createInstance(nsIFilePicker);
				picker.init(window, msg, nsIFilePicker.modeSave);
				var thispath = Components.classes['@mozilla.org/file/local;1'].createInstance(Components.interfaces.nsILocalFile);
				thispath.initWithPath(path);
				picker.displayDirectory=thispath;
				picker.defaultExtension='tid';
				picker.defaultString=file;
				picker.appendFilters(nsIFilePicker.filterAll|nsIFilePicker.filterText|nsIFilePicker.filterHTML);
				if (picker.show()!=nsIFilePicker.returnCancel) var result=picker.file.persistentDescriptor;
			}
			catch(e) { alert('error during local file access: '+e.toString()) }
		}
		else { // IE
			try { // XP/Vista only
				var s = new ActiveXObject('UserAccounts.CommonDialog');
				s.Filter='All files|*.*|Text files|*.txt;*.tid;*.js|HTML files|*.htm;*.html|';
				s.FilterIndex=2; // default to TEXT files;
				s.InitialDir=path;
				s.FileName=file;
				if (s.showOpen()) var result=s.FileName;
			}
			catch(e) { var result=prompt(msg,path+file); } // fallback for non-XP IE
		}
		return result;
	}
}

// // toolbar definition
config.commands.saveTiddlerToFile= {
	text: "file",
	tooltip: config.macros.saveTiddlerToFile.prompt,
	filename: "",
	path: "",
	handler: function(event,src,title) {
		var ccs=config.commands.saveTiddlerToFile;
		if (ccs.filename.length) src.setAttribute("filename",ccs.filename);
		if (ccs.path.length) src.setAttribute("path",ccs.path);
		config.macros.saveTiddlerToFile.go(src,event);
		return false;
	}
};
//}}}
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Hands Off Our Horton</a><br>
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The Banbury Town Criers Competition and Street Organ Festival at the beginning of the month.

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<a href="./pics/09/slideshow092017.html" target="_blank">Slideshow for September</a>
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a personal web notebook powered by TiddlyWiki
Banburyshire Calendar 2017
IntroductioN
Old_George
HoracE
Cursed_Warehouse
The_Blue_Grave
Ironstones_Railway
Huw_meets_Angharad
Honeybourne_Hut
Guy_Fawkes
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Canal at Banbury<br>
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Banbury Canal Day<br>
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Woods by Sunrising Hill<br>
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The post windmill at Bloxham Grove<br>
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Tadmarton Scarecrow<br>
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The Town Criers gather before their contest</html>
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Tadmarton Scarecrow<br>
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Photo courtesy of [[Martin Key|Martin Key]]

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Kev Dempsey and Rosie Carson<br>
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Photo courtesy of [[John S Wright|JohnSWright]]
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Lucy in Spiceball Park with the River Cherwell running high<br>
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The River Cherwell running under the M40 motorway</html>


|Banbury Canal Day|
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Fairport's Cropredy Convention from the Oxford canal</html>
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The Fine Lady statue<br>
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Snow covered garden<br>
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King's Gambit at Banbury Folk Festival<br>
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Photo courtesy of [[Kevin Smith|Kevin Smith]]
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View from Sunrising Hill<br>
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|Banbury Song and Ale weekend|
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The Fine Lady at the Banbury Hobby Horse Festival<br>
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Hooden Hobby Horses larking about<br>
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The 2006 Hands Round The Horton</html>
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|Banbury and District Show|
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Simon Nicol and Dave Pegg<br>
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Photo courtesy of [[Kevin Smith|Kevin Smith]]
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Spring lambs at Bloxham Grove<br>
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The [[Whistling Kettle Cafe|WhistlingKettleCafe]], Market Place, Banbury
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Fairport Convention on stage at Cropredy<br>
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Photo courtesy of [[Kevin Smith|Kevin Smith]]
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Salt Way<br>
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Snow covered Community Garden at People's Park, Banbury<br>
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Charlie follows Crystal and Sunny, at Banbury Folk and Hobby Horse Festival<br>
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Photo courtesy of [[John S Wright|JohnSWright]]
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Tadmarton Scarecrow<br>
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Photo courtesy of [[Martin Key|Martin Key]]
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Banbury Hobby Horse Festival with the Bloxham Elephant<br>
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Chris Lesley<br>
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Photo courtesy of [[Kevin Smith|Kevin Smith]]
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The 2006 Hands Round The Horton</html>
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Great Tew horse trials<br>
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Wintery day in People's Park<br>
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The Ironstones Railway in Banbury<br>
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Bodicote Reservoir</html>
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|Banbury Food Fair|
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Cows near Badby<br>
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Pictures of Mayors of Banbury in the Town Hall<br>
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Visiting beasts Crystal and Sunny outside the Whistling Kettle Cafe at Banbury Hobby Horse Festival</html>
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Adderbury Day Of Dance<br>
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|St George's Day|
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The Fairtrade Horse at Banbury Hobby Horse Festival<br>
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Eat, drink and be merry!<br>
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Banbury Street Organ Festival</html>
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Great Tew horse trials<br>
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|[[Bloxham Rally|https://www.facebook.com/BloxhamRally/]]|

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Lucy, near Upton House<br>
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Banbury circular walk at Bloxham<br>
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The Save The Horton Choir at Banbury Xmas lights</html>

|Banbury Christmas Lights Switch On|
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Family fun at Cropredy</html>
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Canalside building at Little Bourton<br>
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Katie Paton of Kings Gambit<br>
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Photo courtesy of [[Kevin Smith|Kevin Smith]]
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Banbury Fair, with banner hanging from Town Hall<br>
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Photo courtesy of [[Val Ingram|Val Ingram]]
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The Dick Smith bridge over the River Cherwell<br>
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Banbury Hobby Horse Festival<br>
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Hands Round The Horton</a></html>
[[Hook Norton Brewery|HookNortonBrewery]]
[[Whistling Kettle Cafe|WhistlingKettleCafe]]
[[Gun Dog Ales|GunDogAles]]
[[Banburyshire Media|BanburyshireMedia]]

[[Desley Ayers|Desley Ayers]]
[[Ray Clif|Ray Clif]]
[[Kelly Cowley|Kelly Cowley]]
[[Val Ingram|Val Ingram]]
[[Martin Key|Martin Key]]
[[Kevin Smith|Kevin Smith]]
[[Kathryn West|Kathryn West]]
[[John S Wright|JohnSWright]]
[[Jules Procter|Jules Procter]]
The Blue Grave - a Salt Way Story

Back in the 1960's a group of archaeologists from Oxford University travelled up to just beyond Broughton Castle to examine the Roman Road to be found there. In pristine condition, buried a few feet below the surface. The road had been built over the top of the ancient Salt Way which ran from Droitwich Spa past Chipping Campden and Banbury before making it's way down to London, and was one of the many Salt Ways which made up the three trading networks, based around Droitwich, the Cheshire salt mines and the sea salt works along the south coast.
But the boffins were only interested in the Roman part of the road, a warm-up field trip before their main overseas expedition in the Summer.
While they were in the area, the local farmer went over to them, and said "If you've got a moment can to tell me what this means?" pointing to an area of blue-tinged soil some 50 feet away. One of the students wandered over for a closer look, as the farmer explained that his plough had brought up pieces of smooth stone from the same area. It was only a foot down before a broken stone lid was uncovered, and further careful clearing exposed a stone coffin. Inside was the remains of a young woman, later calculated to be in her mid-twenties, who had lived in the latter part of the fifth century, some fifty years after the Romans had departed these shores. She had been buried in the lead-lined stone coffin, which explained the blue dis-colouration of the soil, and signified not plague or plutonium, but great wealth. The only object in the coffin with her was a small blue glass amphora, a five inch high perfume bottle which had originated in what is now the Lebanon.
After careful measurements and photographs were taken, the blue grave was filled in, and the farmer and now his son, make a point of avoiding the spot when ploughing.
So who was the young lady, and why was the coffin buried so shallowly? Recent re-examination of the photos, by use of modern image analysis software have revealed an intriguing possible answer. It was already known that the lead must have come from either Cornwall or Wales, showing the extensive trade routes in place, and the proximity to Salt Way would suggest that she would have some involvement.
But the image analysis shows two pieces of writing, on either side of the coffin. Facing Salt Way, in latin, was inscribed "Here lies the Fine Lady of the Salt Way. Give thanks for all she has done for you." On the other side, this time in Welsh, was written "My beloved Angharad of the Salt Way. I will play you music no more. Huw"
It is presumed that the coffin was never interred, but that it lay above ground as a monument to Angharad, and only with the passing of the influence of the Salt Way, after many centuries, did it then sink underground.
Was Angharad the original Fine Lady who inspired the writing of the nursery rhyme some 1300 years later?    
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The pepperpot folly at Burton Dassett Country Park<br>
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Which way now? Signpost on the ancient Salt Way<br>
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Lucy by the River Cherwell at Dick Smith bridge<br>
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The [[Whistling Kettle Cafe|WhistlingKettleCafe]], Market Place, Banbury
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Naughty but nice cakes at the Teddy Bears Picnic<br>
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Wassail

Old Apple tree, old apple tree;
We've come to wassail thee;
To bear and to bow apples enow;
Hats full, caps full, three bushel bags full;
Barn floors full and a little heap under the stairs
At Carhampton, near Minehead, the Apple Orchard Wassailing is held on the Old Twelfth Night (17 January)

So dunk your toast in plum yerkum, and place in the branches of your apple tree
Pour some cider over the roots giving thanks to last years bounty
Keep singing and shouting and clatter your pans
Til evil spirits are scared on their way by the gunmans bang
Wassail 

Wassial - good health
Drin(k) Hael - drink and be healthy


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Banbury Hobby Horse Festival<br>
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Great Tew<br>
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Rookery near Shennington<br>
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Kristina Donahue<br>
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The folly on the way to Wroxton<br>
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The Fine Lady's Fool at Banbury Hobby Horse Festival<br>
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Mummers play at Adderbury<br>
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Wilson Wright at a packed Banbury Folk Club<br>
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The Whistling Kettle is an independent coffee shop in Banbury, Oxfordshire. At the heart of the community and proud to be working with local suppliers.

"Owners, Sarah and Peter, and staff make you feel so welcome, lovely place to sit and watch the world go by. 
Friendly, good service, scrummy food and lovely location"

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The Whistling Kettle Cafe
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