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The Phoenix Festival showcases music, dance and family fun for its seventh consecutive year over the summer bank holiday weekend!
Popping into the Cotswolds - be sure to pay a visit to Moreton in Marsh
Want to have your perfect Cotswold wedding reception but without the price tag? Why not choose one of the late availability date packages from Greenhill Gallery in Oxfordshire
All those parking in the Old Market Way car park, which is located off Station Road and is the town's largest car park, will receive a refund on their parking fee from participating Old Market Way traders.
When it comes to this Great British week - the most important factor is to promote quality and the red tractor!
Dine Bangla would like to invite local residents to a Grand Opening and Charity Fundraiser on Monday 25th February. Tickets are £19.95 a head, with 50% of the money raised going to the three charities. Booking ESSENTIAL please! Call 01609-661920.
Chipping Norton Literary Festival - held this year from 16th to 23rd April - was a resounding success in 2012 and is set to be even better this year. Plans are afoot for workshops, lectures, events and children's free events - many local businesses are involved and it's a great excuse to come and visit this beautiful Cotswold market town!
Fraud costs the British economy £73 billion a year and criminals use a number of sophisticated scams to try and snare victims - read on for some sound advice from Thames Valley :Police on how to spot the fraudsters and some of the more common frauds.
Take Part is about participating in activities, be that a regular session or a one-off workshop. CHIPPING NORTON THEATRE really do offer something for everyone and each week welcome around 400 people from the age of 6 months to 70 years+ through the doors to participate in a Take Part activity
This year’s appeal Eat, Think and Be Merry, is warning residents that one alcoholic drink is one too many before getting behind the wheel.
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