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:
The Didcot Good Neighbour Scheme (DGNS) matches volunteers with elderly, lonely or isolated people in the Didcot area. I met Sandy, the volunteer co-ordinator, to find out more about the service and how local residents can help, or be helped.
Despite working on Milton Park for many years I never visited The Plum Pudding in Milton. It’s a popular lunch time haunt for local workers but what’s it like at the weekend?
Even Storm Ciara couldn’t stop the demolition of Didcot A Power Station chimney. And, as I’d watched the towers come down previously, there was no way I was going to miss the last blowdown either!
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.
This post is the first in a series of local volunteering opportunities. This week the focus is on environmental volunteering opportunities in and around Didcot.
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?
January is traditionally a month for trying something new. I’ve rounded up some options for learning a new hobby in Didcot in January 2020. Read on for hobby suggestions, from dancing to photography and running.
Happy New Year! January isn’t the best month of the year for events but I’ve found several to keep you busy in the weeks ahead. Read on for things to do in and around Didcot in January 2020.
Last December I published my first post on the In Didcot blog. Twelve months on and I’ve published fifty blog posts about our local area and the people who live here.