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Today to 18 Mar 18 within 40 miles.

More details - Sunshine Cat Rescue Jumble Sale
Jumble Sale Clothes, bric-a-brac, jewellery, books and lots more.... Saturday March 10th Milton-u-Wychwood Village Hall Refreshments available www.sunshinecatrescue.org.uk
Milton-u-Wychwood Village Hall, Shipton Road Milton-under-Wychwood
Sat 10 Mar

Dog First Aid Shipton Under Wychwood More details - Dog First Aid Shipton Under Wychwood
Our accredited Dog First Aid course has been taught to over 3000 canine professionals & pet parents in the UK. Our vet will guide you through what to look out for and how to act in a wide range of emergencies, including bleeding, choking, CPR and shock.
New Beaconsfield Hall, Shipton under Wychwood, Chipping Norton
Today

More details - Kendal Mountain Tour - Tales of Adventure - Oxford
A one-of-a-kind evening celebrating exploration of some of the wildest places on earth. For our Oxford tour date we have two incredible speakers lined up: Olly Hicks and Anna McNuff.
The North Wall, South Parade, Summertown, Oxford, OX2 7JN
Wed 14 Mar

More details - Witney Over 30's Disco
An exciting new venue for over 30’s on Saturday 3 March featuring dance music from the 70’s/80’s and 90’s right through to the present day. 9.00pm-1am entry £5 07789428795
The Corn Exchange, Witney, Oxon
Sat 3 Mar

More details - The Wilkinson Brothers:  An Exhibition by Miriam James
In the fifty years between 1825 and 1875, two public buildings were built in Bampton; the Town Hall which stands in the centre of the Market Square was designed in 1838 by George Wilkinson who went on to become chief designer of Workhouses in Ireland; the National School was designed by his younger brother, William,
Vesey Room, Bampton Public Library Bldg, Church View, Bampton
Today to Wed 28 Feb

More details - Music, Dance and Movement - a West Ox Arts Members Exhibition
Music, Dance and Movement - a West Ox Arts Members Exhibition. This is an exuberant theme, yet very much part of our everyday lives, whether it is singing hymns, watching "Strictly Come Dancing" or jumping over a puddle.
West Ox Arts Gallery, Town Hall, Market Square, Bampton
Today to Sat 24 Feb

More details - Urban - An exhibition of photography
Urban An exhibition of photography. Six professional photographers showing their images of urban scenes from locations ranging from Oxford to the West Bank in Israel/Palestine.
West Ox Arts Gallery, Town Hall, Market Square, Bampton
Sat 3 Mar to Sat 24 Mar

More details - Celebrating Feathered Fiends at Birdland
Birdland is staging a ‘Birds Behaving Badly Week’ to celebrate feathered fiends over the February Half Term Holidays (Saturday, February 10th – Sunday, February 18th).
Rissington Rd, Bourton-on-the-Water, Glos
Today

More details - The Spring Ball!
The Spring Ball! Come along to The Spring Ball in aid of Hailey Primary School. Dust off your glad rags, get your dancing shoes on and head for a night out at Eynsham Hall. Can’t get a baby sitter? Leave your partner at home to take care of the little ones and bring your friends instead!
Eynsham Hall, North Leigh, Witney
Fri 16 Mar

More details - Combe Mill `In Steam`  Sun15th March 2018
COMBE MILL in STEAM Sun 18th March 2018 Themed:- Science and Engineering at Combe Mill Late 19th Century Steam Beam Engine. Line Shafting , working restored Waterwheel and dual Blacksmiths Forge. in its day served the Blenheim Palace Estate.
Blenheim Palace Sawmills Long Hanborough
Sun 18 Mar

More details - Oxfordshire Performers Club concert
A club for amateur adult musicians where you can gain confidence and experience performing to other musicians and friends in a friendly supportive environment on occasional Sunday afternoons. We welcome any level from beginner to diploma standard, and any instrument. Perform as a soloist or in a small ensemble.
Eynsham Music Room, Queen Street, Eynsham
Sun 4 Mar

More details - The Garden House - Open Garden for NGS
This is the retirement home of Pamela Schwerdt and Sibylle Kreutzberger. acre packed with rare and interesting plants. Large plantings of named snowdrops In Feb. In March there is a carpet of woodland plants and unusual bulbs, notably fritillaries. Summer is a riot of colour with mainly herbaceous perennials.
The Garden House, Cheltenham
Today, Sun 18 Mar

More details - Chedworth Roman Villa - February half-term activities
We are re-opening for the new season! Come along for a fun day out, with a special Roman romance trail and craft activities for children every day. Look out for the mosaic making workshop, too. Special half-term trail and craft activities for children. Caf and site fully open.
Chedworth Roman Villa, Yanworth, near Cheltenham,
Today

More details - Oxfordshire Remembers 1914-18: Part II
Running throughout 2018 is The Soldiers of Oxfordshire Museum’s contribution to the commemoration of the Centenary of WW1. During the latter half of the First World War, men and women of all classes and social backgrounds from across Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire contributed in a myriad of ways to the war effort.
Park Street, Woodstock
Today, Tue 20 Feb to Sun 25 Feb, Tue 27 Feb to Sun 4 Mar, Tue 6 Mar to Sun 11 Mar, Tue 13 Mar to Sun 18 Mar, Tue 20 Mar, Wed 21 Mar

More details - Watchfield Village Quiz 2018
£8 per person, tickets must be booked in advance Maximum team size 6 Book a team or a single ticket and join a team on the night Price includes supper and puddings Bar All profits to Watchfield Village Hall
Watchfield Village Hall, Chapel Hill, Watchfield
Fri 2 Mar

More details - Watchfield Prize Bingo
Prize Bingo with raffle Free refreshments at half time Friendly - everyone welcome
Watchfield Village Hall, Chapel Hill, Watchfield
Fri 16 Mar

More details - Come and Sing in Harmony - Free Course
Harmony InSpires is an all-female a cappella chorus, singing 4-part harmony. If you are a woman who is looking for a choir to sing with or you already sing, but would like to try something new in 2018, you are invited to a FREE course over 3 weekends in February.
Appleton Village Hall Oakesmere Appleton, Abingdon
Wed 21 Feb

More details - Antique & Collectors Market
2 halls of small antiques especially silver; also jewellery, china, glass. Vintage. Coins (Ancient Greek & Roman, English to modern, sets, tokens, foreign, Banknotes, medals, medallions, junk-boxes), artefacts, picture postcards, second-hand books, Records & DVDs, stamps and so much more.
Kidlington Methodist Church
Sat 24 Feb

More details - SlottyVegas
Was ist im Laden ... Sie treffen sich nah und persnlich mit der Beschaffung von Huptlingen aus einem Teil der Regionen Top-Manager. Dress professionell und bringen eine Menge von Lebenslufen, da sie hier zu gewinnen sind. Schlendern und anfangen zu reden, es ist so einfach.
The Railway Station Toddington Gloucestershire
Fri 2 Mar

Bach St.John Passion sung by Stroud Choral Society More details - Bach St.John Passion sung by Stroud Choral Society
The St John Passion was written during Bach’s first year as director of church music in Leipzig and was first performed on April 7, 1724. The structure of the work falls in two halves narrating the Passion of Christ as told in the Gospel of John.
Parish Church of St John Baptist, Cirencester
Sat 10 Mar

More details - Calligraphy - Illuminated Lettering
Adult Workshop with Adele Dark Thursday 22 February, 10-1pm Explore book clasps and writing implements from the Corinium Museum collections. Be inspired by medieval art through objects and manuscripts. Why were medieval books so highly decorated inside and out?
Corinium Museum, Park Street, Cirencester
Thu 22 Feb

More details - The Saxon Era
Evening Lecture with Anthony Poulton-Smith A revealing look at the so-called Dark Ages, revealing why they were anything but ‘dark’ and gave us a language, a system of government, many of the imperial measurements, and much, much more. Booking recommended
Corinium Museum, Park Street, Cirencester
Thu 22 Feb

More details - Rural Cinema – Victoria  and Abdul
The extraordinary true story of an unexpected friendship in the later years of Queen Victoria’s (Academy Award winner Judi Dench) remarkable rule. Booking recommended
Corinium Museum, Park Street, Cirencester
Sat 24 Feb and Sun 25 Feb

More details - Nick Permain
Nicholas Permain, born in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, is an artist who primarily works with painting. His work reflects on his own heritage of the North East of England, with individualistic narratives alongside both established and interpretative views of history.
The North Wall Arts Centre, South Parade, Oxford
Wed 21 Feb

More details - Griff Rhys-Jones
Join the star of Not the Nine o’clock News, Smith & Jones and Three Men In A Boat as he airs stories, anecdotes, reminiscences and outright lies – from forty years of travelling - down rivers and up mountains, into Africa, out of India, and across the arid wastes of the BBC canteen.
The North Wall Arts Centre, South Parade, Oxford
Wed 21 Feb