For many years Didcot has been the odd one out among our neighbours for not having its own masonic lodge. Abingdon has had a lodge since 1863, Wallingford since 1881 and Wantage since 1904.
As I write this there’s only 6 weeks until Christmas! Whilst there’s no Didcot street fair this year there are plenty of other Christmas events in and around Didcot in 2021. Read on for details:
If you’re looking for a half day walk then this circular route from Didcot, via local villages, might be a good choice. You can also extend it by lunching at one of the pubs you’ll find along the way.
Are you interested in wildlife? Wondering how you can help nature thrive in Didcot? Then read on to find out more about Sustainable Didcot’s new initiative.
Our visit to The Crown at South Moreton has been a long time in the offing.
It’s a long 18 months since I last wrote one of these posts. The world has changed but events are back!
I would love to cycle more for leisure but am put off by the volume of traffic on local roads.
I love driving from Didcot to Wallingford and looking out for the Island Farm donkeys in their paddocks. If you’ve never popped in for a visit why not make the short detour next time you go past?
We ate lunch at The Packhorse Inn during last year’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme and I’ve wanted to return for dinner ever since. Now that I’ve finally managed it, what did I think?
Continue reading “Pubs around Didcot: dinner at The Pack Horse, Milton Hill”
This circular route from Didcot begins with a walk along the railway bank to Upton before crossing fields to reach Blewbury and East Hagbourne.