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The weekend is almost here once again! There’s lots of brilliant things going on in Oxford again this weekend, so we’ve compiled a list of things to keep you and your family busy. From crafts and family trails to a car boot sale and a cookery demonstration, there’s definitely something here for everyone!
As we enter the festive season, what better way is there to spend your weekend than exploring some of the famous Harry Potter locations, warming yourself by a cracking bonfire and making your very own glorious Christmas Lantern? As always, Oxford has lots to offer and here are just a few things to keep you busy. For more events and further details, head on over to our website:
Punting is a fantastic way to explore the River Thames and view Oxford from a different vantage point. It’s also great for providing entertainment to the locals who, from the sidelines, quietly watch a slightly inebriated visitor attempt it for the first time!
Oxford City has 2 main areas where regular markets are held. Firstly there is the permanent market in the very centre of town - Oxford Covered Market and secondly nearby Gloucester Green hosts 3 days of differently themed markets each week. Additionally there are several localised out-of-town weekly farmers' markets.
We’ve collected a list together of the weekly Oxfordshire Car Boot Sales. Please do check all the details with the organisers before setting out as times, charges and facilities can change over the year. Some car boot sales are open all year round and some for just the summer season. Please let us know if you find anything to be incorrect, or have any to add to the list.
The Easter holidays are fast approaching and there is a lot going on in and around Oxford to entertain the children. This is our pick of the best on offer....
Winnie on the Windrush
Winnie on the Windrush
New Oxfordshire home is found for The World Pooh Sticks Championships.
Valentine's Day is always a difficult day to negotiate, whether you want to follow the norm and go for a lovely dinner or escape to the hills! We have a few Valentine's Day suggestions for the Oxford area to cover both options.
The 2015 Cheltenham Festival will run from 10th to 13th March with the Cheltenham Gold Cup taking place on Friday 13th March. The course can expect to welcome over 200,000 racegoers from all over the world over the four days.
It can feel almost depressing to leaf through the wedding magazines and see the same styles for wedding dresses, venues, catering etc. trotted out to choose from. Theme of the year, colour of the moment, style of the century – which one to choose being your main decision.
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