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Kidlington Voice Online
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Wednesday 20th February 2019

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Your unique raffle number :


Your email address is used only for winner notification. See foot of page for this month's prize contributor and last month's results.

(I'd like to start again and change the above raffle number.)

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Deadline for April 2019

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Copy for Kidlington News Magazine by Fri 8th March 2019 delivered to Exeter Hall, or by email to kidlingtonnews

Kidlington Voice Online
Wednesday 20th February 2019

Kidlington Voice Online

* RAFFLE PRIZE FEBRUARY 2019 by DrunkDry Ltd :
  — a bottle of Bordeaux Superieur 2015 as described at the foot of the Poster Parade.
This free raffle is open throughout the calendar month but you must take a new ticket in the month for each month's draw. Entrants must be able to collect their prize from the Kidlington area within one month of winner notification. Raffle numbers are unique and randomly generated. Your number is automatically included in the draw when you enter your email address and press 'Enter' — no receipt acknowledgement is made and only one ticket per email address is included in the month's draw. You may change your number by revisiting the page and taking another ticket but only your most recent number is entered into the draw. The winning number is selected randomly by computer and posted here at the begining of the following month, and the winner notified by email. Importantly, email addresses are used only for winner notification and for no other purpose. Local organisations wishing to offer a prize for the monthly raffle should contact louise.lloydKidlington Voice Online

  There were 29 entrants with ticket numbers taken in this sequence: first ticket taken was 58251290 then 57742063 • 20187498 • 64621391 • 88829453 • 35773743 • 35946073 • 36760268 • 74989691 • 67315097 • 56156989 • 86964246 • 90392297 • 74643577 • 67989597 • 47191133 • 26276233 • 38746970 • 33301212 • 71356592 • 12563399 • 94374056 • 59346977 • 96221691 • 47379177 • 60224488 • 59355391 • 61465802 • 35984855 was the last ticket taken. The winning ticket was selected by a computer programmed to generate a new ticket number on the evening of 31st January 2019: this randomly generated number was 36663835 and the entrant closest to that number was Ticket 36760268. The email address associated with the winning ticket was notified by an email sent in person by louise.lloydindex. STOP PRESS — With consent to publish the name of the January 2019 winner – Margaret Boggs – who is also Chairman of Kidlington Scout Group – Margaret says, 'The Kidlington Scout Group is always looking for more adult help!' You can contact the Kidlington Scout Group via its website listed in the online Directory 2019 (see the directory card at the head of this page). Congratulations Margaret! The February 2019 raffle is now open, please help yourself to a free ticket at the top of this page.

On this website, you'll find handy references about the UK's Village of Kidlington in the County of Oxfordshire with pointers to many of its local businesses. Click on the first card above headed What's On for a list of our region's upcoming events and don't miss our Poster Parade. There's a gallery of pictures under the card headed local photographs. See this month's cover of the printed magazine Kidlington News. Refer to the timetable of buses between Kidlington and the City of Oxford. Find the card headed Contact Us and enquire about submitting your own organisation's information for publication on this website — do you have an article for our visitors to read? Our Website Statistics above show unique visits exceed 4000 per month with visitors routinely coming from the local population but increasingly from around the world. Most importantly, please enjoy the pure serendipity of this website: scroll down to discover What's What, Who's Who and what's on offer in our neck of the woods today for housing, employment, education, regional development, transportation (motorway; a nearby railway from where London is one hour away and Oxford 10-minutes away; and airport), and access to culture from this enterprising community sited in the heart of the UK. Welcome to

The purpose of this website is not to collect data from visitors but to broadcast information offered by advertisers. Any cookies which may be generated in this process are not explicitly set by KVoice but are technically necessary for the Internet system to disseminate this information efficiently. In particular, no personally identifiable data about visitors is sought by KVoice nor captured. Visitors wishing to offer information to be published on Kidlington Voice Online should send it by email addressed to louise.lloydv53. All information shown above is presented in good faith but if found to be in error will of course be corrected or removed on request of its owner.

If you would like to run your own community website like this one, email: louise.lloydindex

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☆☆☆☆☆ The Most Visited Village Website in England. In January 2019 the UK's Office for National Statistics examined the assertion claimed by Kidlington Voice Online that it hosted the most visited village website in England. ONS considered this submission over three weeks as a formal Freedom of Information Request (Reference: FOI 4183). The ONS subsequently reported that it did not collect the necessary website statistics that would be needed for it to make such a comparison. However, Kidlington Voice Online made its claim in good faith based on its own informal analysis compiled over two years and presented to ONS in terms of the total number of unique IP visits made to KV-Online per calendar month from all Internet sources including individual persons and automated search engines. Webmasters of UK villages are invited by KV-Online to contend this assertion by using the same IP measure for like-for-like comparison.

Contact: louise.lloydindex