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Today to Tue 22 May, by distance, closest first.    

More details - Oxleaze Farm - Open Garden for NGS
Set amongst beautiful traditional farm buildings, plantsperson’s good size garden combining formality and informality. Yr round interest; mixed borders, vegetable potager, decorative fruit cage, pond and bog garden, bees, potting shed, wild meadow, and topiary for structure when the flowers fade.
Oxleaze Farm, Lechlade
Mon 21 May and Tue 22 May

More details - The Buscot and Coleshill Estates - Second World War Walk 2018
Discover Coleshill’s hidden Second World War history on this informative walk through village, woods and parkland at the home of the British Resistance. Coleshill House was the hush hush headquarters of Churchill’s secret army, or the Auxiliers.
The Buscot and Coleshill Estates, Coleshill Estate Office, Coleshill, Swindon,
Sun 13 May

More details - The Buscot and Coleshill Estates - Coleshill Mill Open Afternoons 2018
Ever wondered how grain is turned into flour' Visit our restored mill at Coleshill and find out more... you can also explore our replica Second World War Operational Base which will be open this afternoon.
The Buscot and Coleshill Estates, Coleshill Estate Office, Coleshill, Swindon,
Sun 13 May

More details - The Buscot and Coleshill Estates - Second World War Operational Base Open Afternoon 2018
Descend into darkness and imagine life as a sabateur exploring our secret underground replica bunker on this family-friendly open afternoon. Coleshill Mill will also be open so why not pay a visit and see flour being made' (Dependent on water level).
The Buscot and Coleshill Estates, Coleshill Estate Office, Coleshill, Swindon,
Sun 13 May

More details - Great Coxwell Artweeks
10 artists exhibiting and demonstrating in 4 venues in the village. Oxfordshire Artweeks Venue number 461. A wonderful variety of art on display including: ceramics, drawing, jewellery (second weekend only), mosaics, painting, pastels, pottery, stone carving, green woodworking, digital art and wire modelling.
Great Coxwell village
Sat 19 May, Sun 20 May, Sat 26 May to Mon 28 May

More details - Faringdon Folly Tower and Woodland
This unique 100ft tower is Faringdon’s icon and the last major folly to be built in England.This unique 100ft tower is Faringdon’s icon and the last major folly to be built in England. It sits on Folly Hill, within a charming woodland of splendid Scots Pine some more than 200 years old.
Stanford Road, Faringdon
Sun 6 May, Sun 20 May

More details - Carterton May Day Fair & Car Boot Sale 2018
Carterton May Day Fair & Car Boot Sale on Monday 7th May, 11am-4pm, on Carterton Recreation Ground & in Brownes Hall (OX18 3JH).
Carterton Recreation Ground & Brownes Hall, Upavon Way, Carterton, Oxon
Mon 7 May

More details - Spring Arts and Crafts Exhibition
WOA is hosting this exhibition in the Vesey Room. Artists involved are Ray Jackson who will be exhibiting some of his beautifully detailed art prints and framed original pictures of vintage transport in street settings, Michelle Bosher who creates beautiful botanical tiles, Susan Balhatchet will exhibit her charming...
The Vesey Room, Bampton Library Building, Church View, Bampton
Today and Wed 25 Apr

More details - Artweeks at West Ox Arts.  A lively mixture of Painting, Sculpture and Ceramics
This year’s Artweeks exhibition at West Ox Arts shows a lively mixture of painting, sculpture, ceramics. Oxfordshire’s C21 Group paint exclusively in oil, sharing a passion for colour, tone and composition.
West Ox Arts Gallery, Town Hall, Market Square, Bampton
Sat 28 Apr to Sat 26 May

More details - Farmer Gows 10th anniversary country market
We would like to invite you to take part in our 10th Anniversary Country Market, which we believe will be a delightful experience for everyone – visitors, farm staff and stallholders. The Country Market will take place at Farmer Gow’s on Saturday 12th May 2018. It will be open to the public from 10am – 4pm.
Fernham Road, Longcot, nr Faringdon
Sat 12 May

More details - Swindon Homeless Volunteers Craft Fayre
Craft Fayre Lots of stalls , cakes , refreshments , raffle All money raised is for Swindon Homeless Volunteers accommodation fund to help people off the streets and into a home. Free Entry Children welcome
Jovial Monk St Andrews Ridge Swindon
Sat 12 May

More details - The Arts Society Cotswolds Lecture
May 9th 2018 will see the next lecture of The Arts Society Cotswolds. “New York, New York: an Architectural Discovery” by Andrew Davies. Bustling, noisy, vibrant, New York epitomises the modern city at its best (and occasional worst).
Warwick Hall, Church Green, Burford
Wed 9 May

More details - Twigs Community Garden - Open Garden for NGS
Delightful 2 acre community garden, created and maintained by volunteers. Features incl 7 individual display gardens, ornamental pond, plant nursery, Iron Age round house, artwork, fitness trail, separate kitchen garden site, Swindon beekeepers and the haven, overflowing with wild flowers.
Twigs Community Garden, Swindon
Sun 20 May

More details - Dreadzone
Dreadzone. Artists performing: Dreadzone.: Tickets avaiable.
MECA, Swindon
Fri 27 Apr

More details - The Christians
‘One of the best voices in pop’ (The Daily Mirror) The Christians took the British pop charts by storm in the late 80s/early 90s with a multi platinum debut album (THE CHRISTIANS).
Swindon MECA
Sat 28 Apr

More details - Purton House - Open Garden for NGS
This is something different. A large organically managed garden with beautiful specimen trees and Georgian house. Used as wedding venue. The huge ancient plane tree by the lake (formerly monastic carp ponds) is home to a fairy garden. Walled garden with many old varieties of fruit trees, soft fruit and vegetables.
Purton House, Swindon
Sun 13 May

More details - Coate Water Miniature Railway Sunday Running
The railway is set in the North East corner of Coate Water Country Park and is operated by volunteers. We have 1 mile of dual gauge track, with our extension opened in 2016. The railway is suitable for children and adults of all ages (children under 5 must be accompanied by an adult).
Coate Water Country Park Swindon just off junction 15 of the M4
Sun 29 Apr, Sun 6 May, Mon 7 May, Sun 13 May, Sun 20 May, Sun 27 May to Tue 29 May, Sat 2 Jun

More details - Witney Festival of Food and Drink
Witney Festival of Food and Drink returns for the 6th time, this year on Saturday 19th May. It will be held at St. Mary’s Church, Church Green, Witney. Website: www.witneyfoodfestival.co.uk
St. Mary’s Church, Church Green, Witney
Sat 19 May

More details - Witney Over 30's Disco
The venue for over 30’s on Saturday 5 May 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 5 May

More details - Craft and Gift Market at Witney Corn Exchange by Mynt Image
Free to enter, quality and not on the high street Craft and Gift Market. Jewellery, handbags, leather goods, metal goods, textiles, beauty products, art, cards, etc etc
Corn Exchange, 19 Market Square, Witney, Oxfordshire,
Sat 5 May

More details - Sparsholt Manor - Open Garden for NGS
Lakes and wildfowl; ancient boxwood wilderness with walkways and summer borders.
Sparsholt Manor, Wantage
Mon 7 May

More details - Stowell Park - Open Garden for NGS
Magnificent lawned terraces with stunning views over Coln Valley. Fine collection of old-fashioned roses and herbaceous plants, with pleached lime approach to C14 house (not open). 2 large walled gardens containing vegetables, fruit, cut flowers and range of greenhouses.
Stowell Park, Cheltenham
Sun 20 May, Sun 24 Jun

More details - Swindon Pretty Muddy 5k & Mini Muddy
Pretty Muddy® isn’t like any other fundraising event. It’s a muddy obstacle course that women of any ability can climb over, crawl under, and charge through. Choose from either 5k or 10k Pretty Muddy events. Whatever the distance. However dirty you get. THIS IS BEATING CANCER.
Lydiard Park
Sat 19 May

More details - Swindon Race For Life 5k & 10k
A 5k suitable for all abilities - or up the challenge and take part in a Race for Life 10k! HOW TO ENTER: Online via the Race For Life Website - raceforlife.cancerresearchuk.org/find-an-event?utm_source=WhereCanWeGo&utm_medium=Listing&utm_campaign=RFL18 Women of any age welcome.
Lydiard Park
Sun 20 May

More details - Cirencester World Village Market
Market Square Group are pleased to be visiting Cirencester with our World Village Market Our fantastic two-day street market with its trademark festival feel will be creating a buzz in town, from Saturday 19 - Sunday 20 May 2018.
The Market Place
Sat 19 May and Sun 20 May

More details - Cirencester Antiques & Collectables Market
There has been a weekly Antiques & Collectors’ Market in Cirencester’s Corn Hall every Friday for more than 40 years, and it’s one of the best weekly markets of its kind west of London! Around 50 dealers are on site offering a wide variety of top-quality antiques and collectables.
The Corn Hall, Cirencester
Fri 27 Apr, Fri 4 May

More details - ‘The Fire Court’ and the Great Fire of London
Evening Lecture with Andrew Taylor Andrew Taylor releases ‘The Fire Court’, an historical thriller and continuation of ‘The Ashes of London,’ through Harper Collins on 5th April 2018. Andrew will visit the Corinium Museum to talk about his books and the background behind them.
Corinium Museum, Park Street, Cirencester
Thu 26 Apr

More details - The Rhythm of Nature’
Exhibition by Faisal Khouja and Laura Mirjami 9 May – 3 June “The Rhythm of Nature” will explore themes of flora, fauna and landscape through the painting print and craft of two artists, Faisal Khouja and Laura Mirjami.
Corinium Museum, Park Street, Cirencester
Thu 3 May to Sat 9 Jun

More details - Goodbye Christopher Robin
Corinium Cinema Goodbye Christopher Robin gives a rare glimpse into the relationship between beloved children’s author A. A. Milne and his son Christopher Robin, whose toys inspired the magical world of Winnie the Pooh.
Corinium Museum, Park Street, Cirencester
Thu 10 May

More details - Dominic Sandbrook – How British Culture Conquered the World
Evening Lecture Join author, TV presenter, lecturer and journalist, Dominic Sandbrook as he explores the remarkable story of Britain’s popular culture in the last century. Britain may have lost an empire, but our cultural empire stands almost unrivalled.
Corinium Museum, Park Street, Cirencester
Thu 17 May

More details - Everyman Theatre in Watching Out
"Watch this and you’ll see plenty to be jealous about. Watch this! Watch this!" Hector Bouchard is astounded when a strange woman bursts into his elegant Paris apartment, demanding that he make love to her - but only when her husband is watching from the adjoining building.
Westcote Village Hall, Church Westcote (off the A424 between Stow on the Wold and Burford)
Sat 28 Apr

More details - RWBTFC v RAF FA charity match
Royal Wootton Bassett Town Veterans (over 40’s) welcome their RAF FA equivalents to the Gerard Buxton Sports Ground on Sunday 29th April in a charity match raising funds for the Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund.
New Gerard Buxton Sports Ground, Brinkworth Road, Royal Wootton Bassett
Sun 29 Apr

More details - Wantage & Grove Lions Plant sale
Wantage & Grove Lions Grand plant sale plus 2nd hand garden pots & other garden things refreshments also 10am --130pm at East Hanney British Legion hall get your summer plants here
East Hanny British Legion Hall
Sat 5 May

Exhibition of paintings by Caroline Hope and Jan Whitton More details - Exhibition of paintings by Caroline Hope and Jan Whitton
Caroline Hope and Jan Whitton invite you to their Annual Art Exhibition. There will be over 100 paintings in a variety of subjects, created in Oils, Watercolours and Pastels. Plus a selection of prints and cards.
Lower Slaughter Village Hall
Wed 9 May to Tue 15 May
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More details - Kingham Lodge - Open Garden for NGS
Many ericaceous plants not normally seen in the Cotswolds grow on 5 acres of garden, planted over 2 decades on sand over gravel. Big display of rhododendron, laburnum arch and azaleas.
Kingham Lodge, Chipping Norton
Wed 9 May

More details - Coffee Morning at Oaken Holt Nursing Home
Would you like to meet new people and build new friendships? Why not come and join us for tea, coffee, cake and a chat at our monthly Oaken Holt Coffee Morning.
Eynsham Road, Farmoor, Oxfordshire
Thu 26 Apr

More details - Jon Bennett and Dominic Wilkinson/Alex Falconer and Jess Marshall/Bampton Folk Club/Katie Carter
Eclectic Cabaret #7 brings more astonishingly talented performers for your entertainment. Jon Bennett from the established band Moonrakers and Dominic Wilkinson (an accomplished member of Oxford Fiddle Group) will present traditional and contemporary tunes and songs from the UK and Ireland – everything from jigs and...
Wootton and Dry Sandford Community Centre, Lamborough Hill, Wootton, Abingdon
Fri 11 May

More details - PIANO JAZZ CABARET with Michael Omer & Guests
“A wonderful and varied evening…” CABARET SCENES MAGAZINE, NEW YORK Following on from presenting BRUBECKS PLAY BRUBECK and THE BLUES BAND veterans PAUL JONES & DAVE KELLY, MUSIC AT STOW is proud to present MICHAEL OMER returning by popular demand for his second show in Stow-on-the-Wold.
St Edwards Church, Stow-on-the-Wold.
Sat 5 May

More details - Spring Foraging Course
We’ll be meeting at 12pm for a short introduction on what to look for and a brief of the general countryside codes, where they relate to foragers. After the talk we’ll set off for a 2-3 hour walk identifying the different edible and poisonous Spring shoots, plants, flowers and mushrooms that we find.
Blenheim Palace Main Road Long Hanborough
Sat 5 May, Sat 9 Jun

More details - BUSHTON PLANT FAIR and OPEN GARDEN
Bank Holiday Monday 7th May. 2018 Plant Fair and Open Garden at BUSHTON MANOR, SN4 7PX 11am to 3pm. This is the only time that the grounds of this lovely18th Century Manor House are open to the public and folk are able to wander around and browse the 30 or so stalls which include specialist and home grown plants,...
BUSHTON MANOR
Mon 7 May

More details - Old Boars Hill Gardens - Open Garden for NGS
Three delightful gardens in a semi-rural conservation area with views over Oxford. Each garden has a different setting. Uplands a southerly facing garden full of colour and an extensive range of plants for all seasons.
Old Boars Hill Gardens, Oxford
Sun 29 Apr

More details - Ridgeway - Open Garden for NGS
Developed since 2004 to provide yr-round interest, this ¾ acre garden on sandy soil has some rare shrubs and plants. The intricate design incl 2 alpine beds, a fruit garden, a vegetable garden and multiple borders with varied planting.
Ridgeway, Oxford
Sat 19 May and Sun 20 May

More details - Train for Tri
Run Analysis Transitions Bike skills & drills Mind Set Focus Theory session 2 British Tri Coaches.
Osxrad sports centre
Sat 28 Apr

More details - The Old Rectory, Farnborough - Open Garden for NGS
In a series of immaculately tended garden rooms, incl herbaceous borders, arboretum, secret garden, roses, vegetables and bog garden, there is an explosion of rare and interesting plants, beautifully combined for colour and texture.
The Old Rectory, Farnborough, Oxon
Sun 20 May

More details - Cressida Cowell is coming to Abingdon - 2nd May 2018
Award winning author, Cressida Cowell, will be holding a book signing at Mostly Books in Abingdon on Wednesday 2nd May 2018 at 4.30pm. Cressida is a children’s author who is best known for her series of novels: How to Train Your Dragon.
Mostly Books, 36 Stert Street, Abingdon
Wed 2 May

More details - Blenheim Palace Gala Dinner, supporting Katharine House Hospice, with special guest Mike Tindall
Our patrons, The Rt. Hon. Lord Heseltine and The Rt. Hon. Sir Tony Baldry invite you to the Katharine House Hospice Gala Dinner on Thursday 26 April at Blenheim Palace 6:45 p.m. - 11:30 p.m.
Blenheim Palace, Woodstock
Thu 26 Apr

More details - The Indian Army in the First World War: An Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Perspective
The exhibition is the product of a collaborative project led by Oxford University’s History Faculty and the Soldiers of Oxfordshire Museum.
Soldiers of Oxfordshire Museum, Park Street, Woodstock
Today to Sun 29 Apr

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 to Sun 29 Apr, Tue 1 May to Sun 6 May, Tue 8 May to Sun 13 May, Tue 15 May to Sun 20 May

More details - WW1 Asian Cultural Activity Day
SOFO & OXFORD UNIVERSITY present: WW1 Asian Cultural Activity Day A day of fun cultural activities for all ages, including: Indian food Punjabi drumming Poetry & music Henna artistry Kids’ arts & crafts Plus, your last chance to see the ’Indian Army in First World War’ exhibition!
Soldiers of Oxfordshire Museum, Park Street, Woodstock
Sat 28 Apr

More details - SOFO After School Kids Clubs
Kids After School Club For kids aged 6-9 years. No parents! Join our brand new after-school sessions packed with things to make and do, plus games and outdoor fun. Wednesday 18th April 3.45 – 5.00pm Call the Medics! Come to the rescue with army medicine. Wednesday 16th May 3.45 – 5.
Soldiers of Oxfordshire Museum, Park Street, Woodstock
Wed 16 May