Peppard Sports Pavilion was built in 1952 as a memorial to those in Rotherfield Peppard who lost their lives in WW11. Twenty Two men are named on the memorial plaque, which 75 years ago was a large percentage of the parishes population.
A wonderful building when originally built, but the the years have taken their toll and the pavilion was refurbished this year to meet the needs of a modern world.
To celebrate this new facility and to mark 75 years since D-Day there was an afternoon of activities and an evening of music, food and wine on 31st August 2019. Thank you to all who came - we hope you enjoyed it.
Thank you to the very generous donors for the raffle prizes and
A total of £1,185 was raised on the day for local charities:
FISH, Sports Pavilion Charity, P&SRCC & Peppard Primary School
The Crooked Billet - Lunch or Dinner for four people.
Bicester Hotel, Golf and Spa - overnight stay for two people
Graham Payne - portrait painting
Loddon Brewery - tour and supper
Naive Productions - Magnum Rose Champagne
Weekend in Welsh holiday cottage
Bisceter village - two £100 vouchers
The Highwayman Checkendon - meal voucher
Brambles Florist - table centre piece
Carl Wood - meat voucher
Tony Rancombe - a case of wine