This circular route from Didcot begins with a walk along the railway bank to Upton before crossing fields to reach Blewbury and East Hagbourne.
I had another post planned for this week but when I saw the flowering wild flower verge near Didcot Civic Hall I decided to revise my schedule.
The East Hagbourne scarecrow trail is back after a year’s absence. Running until 11 July, the trail is a great way to spend an hour or two, particularly if you combine it with cake and tea from the church.
Last weekend we visited The Bear Inn in North Moreton for a birthday celebration. The owners had changed since our last visit but we still enjoyed a hearty meal.
I first became aware of the Didcot Garden Town residents’ sounding board whilst researching my blog on the Didcot Gateway project.
With the easing of lockdown many parents are keen to encourage their children to join sports clubs. Read on for a selection of sports clubs in Didcot:
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One of the early casualties of last year’s lockdown was the county wide Artweeks events. Usually taking place in May, the events reverted to online shows.
The start of May is usually peak bluebell season, one of my favourite woodland flowers. The good news is that Oxfordshire has a great selection of bluebell woods; some well known, others less so.
The Bell Inn at Aldworth is one of my favourite pubs in the area. This out and back cycle ride is mostly off road, with just a few short stretches of quiet country roads.
Happy St George’s Day! To celebrate, why not visit the celebratory displays in West Hagbourne?