I hope you’ve all had a fantastic summer! Hard to believe the schools are back next week and that autumn will soon be on its way.
It may be raining as I write this but I have it on good authority that July is going to be sunny and warm (at least until the kids break up). Good news for the fetes and outdoor theatre performances planned for this month:
Are you looking for events to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee? Read on for a round up of royal themed things to do in and around Didcot over the extended Bank Holiday weekend.
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Over the years Didcot has sometimes had a bad press. It doesn’t have the river or history of Abingdon or Wallingford, or the market town feel of Wantage. Yet it has so many great things going for it I thought I’d choose my top 10 things about Didcot.
Hope you all had a great Easter break! There are some great events and things do in and around Didcot in May 2022.
As spring arrives many of us are venturing back out into our gardens, perhaps tidying up after winter, sowing seeds or considering a redesign. It’s important that gardens work for us, but spare a thought for their year round inhabitants too. For this reason, we are proud to announce the launch of the Didcot Garden for Wildlife charter.
This month’s round-up of events in and around Didcot features talks on chalk streams and corner shops, a pantomime and a David Bowie tribute act.
Zigana Turkish Kitchen (generally known as Ziganas) is a popular Turkish restaurant and takeaway in Didcot.
Looking for things to do in and around Didcot in February 2022? I’ve rounded-up an eclectic mix of concerts, talks and shows for you to enjoy.
Looking for an alternative to indoor socialising? Why not take a walk around Didcot (and East Hagbourne) to check out the Christmas lights, crochet postbox toppers and decorated Christmas trees.