It’s a long 18 months since I last wrote one of these posts. The world has changed but events are back!
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.
Happy St George’s Day! To celebrate, why not visit the celebratory displays in West Hagbourne?
Although many of the usual tourist attractions are closed over the Easter weekend there are plenty of local trails to enjoy with your family. You can discover scarecrows, flower displays and Easter bunnies!
Welcome to my last blog post of 2020! Last week I showcased Christmas lights in Didcot. This week it’s the turn of the Christmas tree festival in East Hagbourne.
The October half term holiday is upon us. This year it coincides with Halloween, but COVID-19 has put a dampener on trick or treating.
We’ve seen our fair share of rain and wind over the last month. But worry not, spring is on the way and hopefully the weather will improve. Even if it doesn’t, there are plenty of indoor events in and around Didcot in March 2020:
I hate to wish away days but as soon as February is out of the way it’ll be spring! Fortunately there’s a great selection of things to do in and around Didcot in February 2020 to see us through the month.
I have a passing interest in archaeology, spurred on by watching Indiana Jones. I know, of course, that the reality doesn’t involve travelling the world searching for the Holy Grail. But if, like me, you fancy learning more about the things under your feet then why not book onto an Earth Trust archaeology tour?