Britain's What's On Event Guide
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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
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...
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...
Fri 5 Mar, Fri 12 Mar, Fri 19 Mar, Fri 26 Mar
Grimm Tales for Fragile Times and Broken People brings a feast of storytelling inspired by the fairy tales from Brothers Grimm.
Fri 5 Mar, Sat 6 Mar, Fri 12 Mar, Sat 13 Mar
Saturday 13th March.
Via Zoom and Private FB group
Give yourself your own mothers day gift... you deserve it!
Sat 13 Mar
A severed hand, a scream, an echo. What horrors are waiting at the court at Malfi?
Experience John Webster’s classic of glamour and gore live online.
Wed 17 Mar to Sat 20 Mar, Fri 26 Mar, Sat 27 Mar
Waterperry Gardens are extensive, well-maintained and full of interesting plants. From The Virgin’s Walk with its shade-loving plants to the long classical herbaceous border, brilliantly...
Waterperry Gardens, Wheatley OX33 1JZ
Sun 21 Mar
We are back in Banbury! Right in the cente of town, why not pop in for a spiritual healing, reading or some gifts?
Banbury Town Hall, Bridge Street, Banbury OX16 5QB
Sat 27 Mar
The garden where Kenneth Grahame read Wind in the Willows to local children and where he took inspiration for his description of the oak doors to Badger’s House.
Ashbrook House, Blewbury OX11 9QA
Sun 4 Apr
The 2021 Kencot Gardens group will consist of 7 gardens and the allotments. The Allotments, tended by 8 people, growing a range of vegetables, flowers and fruit.
Kencot Gardens, Lechlade GL7 3QT
Mon 5 Apr
Behind the rather severe facade of a Victorian town house (not open) is a very protected long walled garden with mature trees.
38 Leckford Road, Oxford OX2 6HY
Sun 11 Apr, Sun 16 May
4 acre mature plantsman’s garden with rare trees, shrubs, roses and bulbs. Mixed borders, raised beds, pergola, topiary and shade borders. Herb garden by Rosemary Verey.
Lime Close, Abingdon OX14 4HU
Sun 11 Apr, Sun 30 May
60 acres incl deer park, college lawns, numerous trees 150-200 yrs old; notable herbaceous and shrub plantings.
Magdalen College, Oxford OX1 4AU
Sun 11 Apr
Descend down wooded path to two large secluded lakes with views over undulating historic parkland, designed by Georgian landscape architect Richard Woods.
Buckland Lakes, nr Faringdon SN7 8QW
Sun 11 Apr
Surprisingly spacious city garden designed in specific sections. N-facing front garden, side alley filled with shade loving climbers.
50 Plantation Road, Oxford OX2 6JE
Sat 17 Apr, Sun 18 Apr, Sat 24 Apr, Sun 25 Apr
1½ acre garden around an early Victorian vicarage (1843) not open. Borders and beds filled with spring bulbs, hardy perennials, shrubs and trees.
The Old Vicarage, Bledington, Chipping Norton OX7 6UX
Sun 25 Apr
3½ acres of family garden, wood and meadow hewn from a barley field on limestone brash. Situated on top of the Cotswolds, it is open to all weathers, but rewarding views and dog walking opportunities...
Claridges Barn, Chipping Norton OX7 5XG
Sun 25 Apr
Plantswoman’s small Edwardian garden brimming with yr-round interest, especially planted to provide winter colour, scent and snowdrops.
Hollyhocks, Kidlington OX5 2SQ
Sun 25 Apr
An impressive 25 acres of gardens and light woodland in an attractive Oxfordshire setting. The centrepiece is a large terraced walled garden created by Tom Stuart-Smith in 2001.
Broughton Grange, Banbury OX15 5DS
Sun 2 May
Five delightful gardens in a conservation area. Hedderly House has a 3 acre terraced hillside garden with wooded walks and ponds with extensive views over the Vale of the White Horse.
Old Boars Hill Gardens, Oxford OX1 5JF
Sun 2 May
Many ericaceous plants not normally seen in the Cotswolds grow on 5 acres of garden, planted over 2 decades. Big display of rhododendron, laburnum arch and azaleas.
Kingham Lodge, Chipping Norton OX7 6YL
Wed 5 May
Two days, Saturday and Sunday, of Exhibitors ranging from
Psychic Mediums and Readers
Tarot, Angel Readers
Gifts such as salt lamps, jewellery,
Jury’s Inn, Oxford OX2 8AL
Sat 15 May and Sun 16 May
Mature informal plantsman’s acre garden, planted for yr-round interest around C19 Cotswold stone cottage (not open).
The Grove, Chipping Norton OX7 7BZ
Sun 16 May
1¾ acre garden adjoining ancient bluebell woods, created by the owner from 1995 onwards. Many areas to explore including a professionally designed vegetable garden, large composting areas, wildflower...
Meadow Cottage, Watlington OX49 5HR
Sun 16 May
Large garden behind C17 farmhouse (not open). Colour themed borders and separate small gardens with beech and yew hedges, each with their own character.
Walnut House, Banbury OX17 3DR
Sun 23 May
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