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Today to Sun 21 Feb within - 30 + miles
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Flora McLachlan | The Wood Between the Worlds

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Sarah Wiseman Gallery is delighted to present ’The Wood Between the Worlds’ a new solo exhibition from the acclaimed artist Flora McLachlan RE.
40-41 South Parade, Summertown, Oxford OX2 7JL
Today to Sat 20 Feb

Creation Home Delivery | Spring Term 2021 | Ages 5-19

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Creation Home Delivery | Spring Term 2021 | Ages 5-19 Join Creation Education for digital drama and storytelling experiences like no other. Our sessions are all specifically tailored for our new digital stage and use new technologies and performance...
Virtual Event
Today to Sun 28 Feb

Celebrating Creative Work: December - February

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Opening dates: 2020 : Wed 2nd Dec - Wed 23rd Dec CLOSED OVER CHRISTMAS 2021: Tue 5th Jan - Sat 13th Feb West Ox Arts offers exhibition space for local and emerging artists, gives support for
West Ox Arts Gallery, Market Square, Bampton OX18 2JH
Today, Tue 26 Jan to Sat 30 Jan

Winter Light at Waddesdon

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Begin 2021 with sparkle and bright lights, with the extension of Waddesdon’s hugely popular Winter Light programme throughout January, 7-31 Jan 2021, Thur-Sun, 4-10pm (8pm Sun).
Waddesdon Manor, Waddesdon, Aylesbury HP18 0JH
Today, Thu 28 Jan to Sun 31 Jan

Winter on the Farm

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Winter on the Farm There’s fun for all the family during the winter months - hand feed our sheep and goats. Tickle and pat our playful piggies. Handle our pullets and chickens. See our ducks, geese & turkeys.
Farmer Gow’s, Fernham Road, Longcot, Faringdon, SN7 7PR
Today to Sun 28 Feb

In the spotlight

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In 2019 we celebrated the local talent that surrounded our gallery by inviting artists to submit their work for the 2019 South Northants & North Oxfordshire Open Selected Exhibition.
Virtual Event
Today to Sun 21 Feb

Coate Water Railway

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Coate Water Railway (CWR) is happy to announce that it will reopen on Sundays from 11.00am to 4.00pm from 6th December. We will be observing social distancing for passengers and volunteers.
Coate Water Country Park Swindon just off junction 15 of the M4 Marlborough Road SN3 6AA
Today, Sun 31 Jan

NHS 50% off Piggy Pet and Play

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Kew Little Pigs would like to send our gratitude and thanks to our incredible health service. You deserve praise and recognition for the selfless hard work you provide our country each and every...
Kew Little Pigs Old Amersham Farm, High Street, Amersham HP7 0HR
Today to Sun 14 Mar

Winter Light at Waddesdon

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Begin 2021 with sparkle and bright lights, with the extension of Waddesdon’s hugely popular Winter Light programme throughout January, 7-31 Jan 2021, Thur-Sun, 4-10pm (8pm Sun).
Waddesdon Manor Waddesdon Near Aylesbury HP18 0JH
Mon 25 Jan to Sun 31 Jan

Adoption Information Event

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Virtual Adoption Information Events During the current Government advice regarding social distancing we are currently unable to offer face-to-face adoption information events.
Virtual Event
Tue 26 Jan, Mon 8 Feb, Wed 17 Feb, Tue 23 Feb, Tue 9 Mar

‘King of all Balloons’: James Sadler talk

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‘King of all Balloons’: James Sadler talk Oxford pastry cook & England’s first aeronaut There are several Berkshire associations within the story of James Sadler (1753–1828), the unlikely first Englishman ever to build and fly a hot-air
Virtual Event
Thu 28 Jan

Wild Boor Ideas: Play the World Online!

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Family favourite Wild Boor Ideas is back with live, interactive, online play sessions. Join Emma Boor and a host of puppet friends in creative, immersive play exploring a different world each...
Virtual Event
Fri 29 Jan, Fri 5 Feb, and more dates until Fri 26 Mar

Mozart Birthday Concert - Cancelled

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Presented by St John’s Players String Quartet in C, K.157 Quintet in E flat for piano and wind instruments, K.452 Divertimento in B flat, K.270 Piano Concerto No.12 in A, K.
Virtual Event
Fri 29 Jan

The Vinyl Frontier: Jeff’s Guide to Teen Idols

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Hosted by Jeff Lloyd. After Jeff’s Guides to New Wave, Glam Rock and One Hit Wonders he takes us into the world of screaming, tearful fans who adored their idols like none other.
Virtual Event
Sat 30 Jan

Celebrating Creative Work: December - February

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Opening dates: 2020 : Wed 2nd Dec - Wed 23rd Dec CLOSED OVER CHRISTMAS 2021: Tue 5th Jan - Sat 13th Feb West Ox Arts offers exhibition space for local and emerging artists, gives support for
West Ox Arts Gallery, Market Square, Bampton OX18 2JH
Sun 31 Jan

Tales Tattled & Told StonyWords

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It’s National Storytelling Week and Stony Stratford is celebrating all things wordy! Join Lynette Hill, Stephen Hobbs, Richard York, Terrie Howey and a few of our friends at our special...
Virtual Event
Sun 31 Jan

23 Hid’s Copse Road - Open Garden for NGS

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The garden surrounds a house built in the early 30s (not open) on a ½ acre plot. Designed to be wildlife friendly, it has a kitchen garden, two ponds with frogs and newts, a wildflower meadow and...
23 Hid’s Copse Road, Oxford OX2 9JJ
Sun 7 Feb

Stonehaven - Open Garden for NGS

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Front, side and rear garden of a thatched cottage (not open). Front is partly gravelled and side courtyard has many pots.
Stonehaven, Oxford OX2 9PE
Sun 7 Feb

The Upper Thames Patrol Talk

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The Upper Thames Patrol Talk With speaker Bill King. The Upper Thames Patrol were formed to defend the Thames when World War Two seemed inevitable. It became part of the Home Guard, when it was formed in 1940.
Virtual Event
Thu 11 Feb

St Joseph’s College Virtual Stay and Play

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St Joseph’s College Virtual Stay and Play St Joseph’s is delighted to invite you to our Virtual Stay and Play session. Designed to give you a taste of life at St Joseph’s, these virtual sessions offer an opportunity for children to...
Virtual Event
Thu 11 Feb

Maidenhead Farmers’ Market

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Maidenhead Farmers’ Market We will always have quality meats, free-range poultry and eggs, farmed trout, fresh sea fish and lobster, award-winning cheeses, breads and cakes, chilli sauces, coffees, sparkling ales, wines and
Grove Road car park, Park Street, Maidenhead (behind Town Hall next to Heritage Centre) SL6 1LW
Sun 14 Feb

Reading c.1740 – c.1800: commerce, culture and chapel Talk

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Reading c.1740 – c.1800: commerce, culture and chapel Talk Discover mid-Georgian Reading in this fascinating talk by eminent local historian Joan Dils. Reading’s age of cloth production was over and its reputation for flourishing industries was still to...
Virtual Event
Thu 18 Feb

centreTalks -Picture Postcards an entertaining source of local history

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In February we are pleased to have Peter Lawence talk about using ppostcards as a source of Local History. The talk is on Thursday 18th Feb 2021 at 20:00. This is an online talk delivered via Zoom.
Virtual Event
Thu 18 Feb

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