An evening of swing and jazz classics inspired by a bygone era in aid of activities for patients staying at Witney Community Hospital will be held on July 18th 2018 at Hacketts Bar in Witney, the event which will feature the Gloucestershire based Mary-Lou Revue, promises to be full of nostalgia, fun and will contain
A school fete with a 30’s twist.
This is a one off annual fete like no other. Lots of stalls, music, games and entertainment for all the family.
All money is being raised to fund much needed outdoor play equipment and celebrate the schools history and turning 80 this year.
This is an afternoon tea where a selection of home made fresh cream and strawberry themed cakes are served to you by waitress service. Tea served in tea pots with cups and saucers. This is in aid of Breast Cancer Care. It is the 14th year i have hosted this event and it gets more popular each year.
St Kenelms Hall Brize Norton Road, Minster Lovell.
Doomsday village on the edge of the Cotswold’s offering a number of gardens open for your enjoyment. You can see a wide variety of planting incl ornamental trees, herbaceous borders, ornamental grasses and traditional fruit and vegetable gardens.
Bridewell is an award-winning charity that provides land-based activities for people with mental health issues. The Walled Garden features a cottage garden, raised beds and a potager for vegetables and flowers, a knot garden, a herb garden a productive fruit cage and a blacksmith’s forge.
Cobb House is a Cotswold stone rectory (not open), built between 1640-1740 and set within the historic village of Bampton. The owners have gradually developed the garden over the past nine years, most recently under the guidance of designer Christopher Masson.
The word UNDERPINNING is evocative of many things from the history and archaeology of a city to personal concepts that signify and generate practice. For this exhibition by Brunel Broderers Textile Artists each artist has taken their own ideas to make a collection of textile related work.
Continuing the theme of the ’Dug Up In Bampton’ series of exhibitions that dealt with what was beneath our feet and yet hidden from view - artefacts, coins and fossils - this exhibition will deal with things that are present in the land such as Earth Grids and Energy lines though they can never be
The Vesey Room, Bampton Public Library Building, Church View, Bampton
Three local wind groups WOW, WOC & WOL combine to provide a very varied evening of enjoyable music.
West Oxfordshire Winds, West Oxfordshire Clarinets and West Oxfordshire Learners between them will be covering music from Bach to recent Disney favourites with lots in between!
Family orientated village carnival featuring a parade, shirt race, morris dancing & craft fair
Eynsham Carnival is a village institution - bringing traffic to a standstill on the first Saturday in July.
Ham Court was once the gate house of a major C14 castle. Emma Bridgewater and Matthew Rice found it with no garden at all and have been making painfully slow progress in the project of putting this to rights.
Blenheim Gardens, originally laid out by Henry Wise, incl the formal Water Terraces and Italian Garden by Achille Duchne, Rose Garden, Arboretum, and Cascade. The Secret Garden offers a stunning garden paradise in all seasons.
Two lovely contrasting gardens in Shipton-under-Wychwood will be open on Sunday 1st July between 2pm and 4pm.
Hunters Lodge in the High Street. OX7 6DG
The Nook, Station Road OX7 6BQ
Teas and cakes will be available at Hunters Lodge.
Floral delights return for the Blenheim Palace Flower Show, 22 June – 24 June, 2018. Discover over 300 exhibitors located around a Grand Floral Pavilion, which is situated on the South Lawn of the Oxfordshire World Heritage Site, the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill.
Discover a quintessentially British affair at Blenheim Palace this summer; witness iconic characters brought to life, fabulous live music, delicious food and drink and an exciting firework finale at the new Great British Garden Party.