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Events Around Witney

Today to Sun 13 Oct, closest first.    

More details - Write Up Your Street
Heritage Open Day: Exhibition of Resident’s research into the who, what and why behind the naming of streets within the town of Witney We are asking residents to research the street name where they live. Obviously, Market Square is self explanatory, but who were Blake, Ashcombe, Collier?
Corn Exchange, 19 Market Square, Witney
Today to Sat 21 Sep

More details - Brize Singers and the Yarnton Band present 'Voices and Brass'
Brize Singers with guests The Yarnton Band present an evening of ’Voices and Brass’.
Methodist Church, High Street, Witney
Fri 27 Sep 19

More details - Witney Mum2mum Market Nearly New Sale
Mum2mum Market is in WITNEY on Saturday 21st September 14:30 -16:30 at MADLEY PARK HALL, NORTHFIELD FARM LANE, MADLEY PARK, WITNEY, OXFORDSHIRE, OX28 1UE Selling Pre-loved Maternity, Baby and Children’s items & equipment.
Madley Park Hall Northfield Farm Lane Witney
Sat 21 Sep 19

More details - Cote Chapel - historic Grade 2* Baptist chapel
Heritage Open Day: See an unspoiled 18th-century interior with box pews and gallery, also historic burial ground. No longer an active Baptist congregation, since 1993, it is now owned by the Historic Chapels Trust. The chapel will be open 10.00am-4.00pm on Saturday 14 September, 11.00am-4.
Cote Chapel, Cote, Shifford Road, Bampton
Today

More details - Baby & Children's Market - Carterton
Lots of stalls bursting with top quality LIKE NEW and NEW baby & children’s items from birth to 8 yrs. Plus a small selection of unique businesses in the baby & children’s industry showcasing and selling their products & services all under one roof! Great brands at up to 90% off the full retail price!
Marigold Square Shilton Park Carterton
Today

More details - Shooting for Time
West Ox Arts is proud to present the first retrospective exhibition of some of the world’s most iconic photographs from the 1970s and 80s selected from the portfolio of the award-winning TIME and Newsweek photojournalist, Peter Jordan.
West Ox Arts Gallery, Market Square, Bampton
Today, Tue 17 Sep to Sun 22 Sep, Tue 24 Sep to Sun 29 Sep, Tue 1 Oct to Sat 5 Oct

More details - Mr Onesiphorus Oliver Collett and the 'Bampton Voiturette'
The next exhibition in the Vesey Room will be Graham Newman’s intriguing ’Mr Onesiphorous Oliver Collett and the Bampton Voiturette’, a fascinating insight into an inventive genius and the story of how his inventions might have led to the birth of the car industry in Bampton.
Vesey Room, Bampton Public Library, Church View, Bampton
Today to Sun 3 Nov

More details - Badapple Theatre Company present 'The Frozen Roman'
They came, they saw, they built a wall... they went away again. Or did they? A clandestine meeting at the Phoenix pub gets heated, as the villagers rack their brains for new ways to fight the imminent housing development that threatens village life as they know it.
Cassington Village Hall Cassington
Sat 12 Oct 19

More details - The Arts Society Cotswolds 9th October Lecture on Zaha Hadid
October 9th, 2019 will see the next lecture of The Arts Society Cotswolds entitled Zaha Hadid – architectural superstar with Prof Colin Davies Dame Zaha Hadid was born in Iraq but lived in Britain.
The Warwick Hall, Church Green, Burford
Wed 9 Oct 19

More details - Sunshine Cat Rescue Book Stall
Sunshine Cat Rescue will be selling second hand books, also new children’s books
The Tolsey, Burford
Sat 28 Sep 19

More details - Burford Singers Come and Sing Day
Come and join us for a day singing under our inspirational musical director Brian Kay. Great Handel Choruses from Acis and Galatea, Israel in Egypt, Messiah, Judas Maccabaeus, Solomon, Alexander’s Feast and Zadok the Priest. The day will also include Bob Chilcott’s Singing By Numbers.
Burford School Cheltenham Road Burford
Sat 28 Sep 19

More details - Normandy 75: Oxfordshire to the Orne
Exhibition charting the Second World War invasion of Normandy by allied forces. Combining information panels from the National Army Museum with the regimental history and artefacts from SOFO’s own archives to give an Oxfordshire perspective on D Day and the events surrounding it.
SOFO Museum Park Street Woodstock
Today, Tue 17 Sep to Sun 22 Sep, Tue 24 Sep to Sun 29 Sep, Tue 1 Oct to Sat 5 Oct

More details - Normandy 75: Oxfordshire to the Orne
Exhibition charting the Second World War invasion of Normandy by allied forces. Combining information panels from the National Army Museum with the regimental history and artefacts from SOFO’s own archives to give an Oxfordshire perspective on D Day and the events surrounding it.
SOFO Museum Park Street Woodstock
Sun 6 Oct, Tue 8 Oct to Sun 13 Oct, Tue 15 Oct to Sun 20 Oct, Tue 22 Oct to Sun 27 Oct, Tue 29 Oct to Sun 3 Nov

More details - Pilates @ wootton nr abingdon
work the core, strengthen the back, improve posture and body awareness.
wootton and dry sandford community centre
Sat 21 Sep, Sat 28 Sep

More details - Radcot House - Open Garden for NGS
Approx 3 acres of dramatic yet harmonious planting in light and shade, formal pond, fruit and vegetable cages. Convenient seating at key points enables relaxed observation and reflection. Extensive use of grasses and unusual perennials and interesting sculptural surprises. Spectacular autumn display.
Radcot House, Radcot
Sun 6 Oct

More details - St Margaret of Antioch
Heritage Open Day: An unspoilt grade 1 medieval church building thought to be the resting place of St. Frideswide This simple ancient church is believed to be one of the sites associated with St Frideswide, who later founded her order on the site of Christ Church in St Aldates.
, Binsey, Oxford
Today

More details - Commonwealth War Graves Cemetery
Heritage Open Day: A cemetery for those who lost their lives in the world wars. The cemetery is laid out precisely, as are the cemeteries in North France and wherever battles were fought in the two World Wars, with graves of both British and German men.
Cemetery, North Hinksey Lane, Botley, Oxford
Today

More details - Moonrakers
Oxford’s much-toured 4-piece band, Moonrakers (Celtic harp, cello, stringed instruments, whistles, female/male vocals), pride themselves on having brought traditional and contemporary folk music to new audiences in village halls, churches, arts centres and festivals across the south of England in recent years.
St Peter’s Church, WOLVERCOTE, Oxford
Fri 20 Sep 19

More details - Kidlington Concert Brass present A Space Spectacular: Family Concert
Kidlington Concert Brass invite you to our family concert: A Space Spectacular! Join us as we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing by playing some of the most iconic music inspired by the universe above us.
Exeter Hall, Oxford Road, Kidlington
Sun 22 Sep 19

More details - Family Fun Day
A day of fun and games for all ages. There’ll be a bouncy castle, side shows, face painting, crafts and lots more! Back by popular demand is Al and his owls. Hold an owl and have your photograph taken with it. The fire brigade will be bringing a fire engine in the afternoon and also offering safety tips and advice.
Kidlington Methodist Church, Oxford Road, Kidlington
Sat 21 Sep 19

More details - Antique & Collectors Market
2 Halls f small antiques especially silver, china, and glass. Vintage. Church stall. Coins (Greek & Roman, hammered and milled, tokens, Foreign, Medals, sets, banknotes, junk-boxes, modern 50p & £2). Artefacts. picture postcards, OO gauge boxed locos, Second -hand books at low prices including a separate book-room.
Kidlington Methodist Church
Sat 28 Sep 19

More details - North Hinksey Conduit House
Heritage Open Day: Rare chance to see inside this ancient conduit house Built during the early 17th century, it was part of a system designed to take clean drinking water from the springs at North Hinksey to the Carfax Conduit, an extravagantly decorated fountain in the centre of Oxford.
Harcourt Hill, Oxford
Today

More details - Oxford Society of Recorder Players meeting
All recorder players are welcome to join us for an afternoon playing a variety of music ancient and modern with visiting conductor Debbie NIcholas All music is provided - please bring your recorders and a music stand.
West Oxford Community Centre, Botley Road, Oxford
Sat 21 Sep 19

More details - Robin Stewart: The Inner Life
Robin Stewart’s work creates the feeling of an alternative world into which any of us might easily slip. The paintings, as we live with them, provoke questions about who we are and what we are doing. The collages are rhythmical, and the drawings give the people they depict a sense of timelessness.
The North Wall Arts Centre, South Parade, Oxford
Today to Thu 19 Sep

More details - The Border
Life is turned upside down in one small town as East Oolia shuts the border with West Oolia, dividing here from there, us from them, this from that despite all the fruit tasting the same. In the midst of it all, Stranger, a young girl’s beloved dog, has gone missing.
The North Wall Arts Centre, South Parade, Oxford
Mon 16 Sep 19

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