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.
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.
I’m not sure about you but the sight of dog poo bags hanging from trees or takeaway coffee cups discarded by the roadside fills me with anger at how we treat this planet.
This week I attended a virtual Didcot Cafe Scientifique event, all about hedgehogs. It was such a fascinating talk by hedgehog expert Hugh Warwick that I thought I’d share some of his amassed knowledge with you. I hope this is useful as I know most parts of Didcot have hedgehogs.
For this week’s blog I’m delighted to launch a new website, Didcot Trees.
Have you had a baby recently, or know someone who has? Kath Goldsby-West contacted me to let me know about Didcot Baby Monday, a support group for new parents.
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Whilst the construction rate of new housing around the edge of town is apparently unstoppable the Didcot Gateway project has taken rather longer to get going.
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This is the second of my seasonal posts covering Mowbray Field in Didcot. My first post, published in autumn, contained an overview and visitor details so do pop over to this blog if you’re unfamiliar with the reserve.