I first became aware of the Didcot Garden Town residents’ sounding board whilst researching my blog on the Didcot Gateway project.
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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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.
Didcot, as we know, is a growth town. It has changed hugely in the last 20 years, but is that a good or bad development?
Another week of lockdown, another round up of Didcot pets! I love receiving pictures of your pets to publish so please continue to send them to me (details at bottom of blog page).
Usual blog posts are suspended for the time being. Instead I’m hoping to cheer you up by sharing photos of Didcot pets, sent in by In Didcot blog readers.
I’ve been thinking long and hard about what posts I can publish on In Didcot over the next few weeks. My usual content, a mix of events, dining suggestions and ideas for getting out and about, won’t be feasible for some time. Hence I’m turning to you, my readers, for help!
Our lives have changed immensely since my last post just a week ago. My regular blog schedule is out of the window so I’ll refocus my blogs on signposting help, advice and ideas to see us all through the Covid-19 epidemic. (And I hope the daffodil picture cheers you up!)
If you’ve lived in Didcot for a while you’re probably familiar with the Didcot Hospital fete which takes place in the grounds every August Bank Holiday Monday.
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: