These are the information gathering and dissemination practices for the Hornton Village Web Site.
The Group will not make your email address information available to a third party in batch data mode.
In some parts of the site, personal information is placed in the public domain. This information is limited to business card
information and contains no other personal data as defined by the Data Protection Act. Furthermore, such data is only published at
your request and your permission may be rescinded at any time using the update system on the site. The Group will use best
endeavours to respond to such requests in a reasonable time.
The Group accepts no responsibility for any unauthorised dissemination of your e-mail information by third parties.
Information Automatically Logged
The Group may use your IP address to gather broad demographic information. Our site may log IP addresses and browser types for
systems administration purposes and these logs will be analysed to constantly improve the value of the materials available on the
Sites. We do not link IP addresses to anything personally identifiable. This means that a user's session may be tracked, but the
user will remain anonymous.
The site contains links to other websites. The Group is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of such websites.
Browse the various clubs and events of Hornton below.
Read the latest news from Hornton, updated weekly.
The Hornton news column is also published in the Banbury Guardian, each word printed helps to raise money for something.
List of Hornton parish councillors and their responsibilities plus minutes of parish council meetings.
Hornton Pavilion is a great flexible events venue. Hiring this venue is inclusive of the kitchen facilities, glasses, crockery, cutlery and all for just £10 per hour.
The building dates from the late 12C. The nave and north aisle, the Norman pillars and the cylindrical font have survived from this period.
Both church and village are built from the same golden Hornton stone - ironstone - which was once quarried locally and is now quarried at Edge Hill.
Hornton's Quarterly Newsletter.
Available to read online in PDF format.
Started in 2007 and now meeting on the second Thursday of the month in The Dun Cow.