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.
Happy St George’s Day! To celebrate, why not visit the celebratory displays in West Hagbourne?
I’m a little behind the times with this post. Over lockdown stone snakes appeared on Ladygrove, Great Western Park and Cockcroft Road. I’ve finally got around to visiting them and thought I’d share some of the stones that have caught my eye.
East Hendred is a great village to wander around at any time but one lady’s craft obsession has made it even better at the moment!
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.
As some of you may know I had a soft spot for Didcot Power Station. So much so, that I have a power station print at home by local artist, Charlie Davies. When I saw she had an exhibition at Cornerstone I decided to pop along.
Have you visited the East Hagbourne scarecrow trail yet? If not, you’ve got until Sunday 9 June to visit so don’t delay! There are some fantastic scarecrows on display; are any of these your favourite?