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!
Last weekend we were invited along to watch this year’s Oxford Playhouse panto, Beauty and the Beast. What did we think?
I’ve been away this week so didn’t get to write my usual Saturday post. However I did manage to pop along to Didcot Summer Fayre yesterday.
Lots of family friendly events this month as befits the summer holidays. Read on for details of Didcot events in August 2019.
The school summer holidays are almost here! Whilst day trips to theme parks and the beach are great the costs soon mount up. The good news is that there’s plenty to do in and around Didcot too. So, if you’re wondering how to fill the next few weeks without breaking the budget read on for my In Didcot summer holiday bucket list.
A few weeks back I featured Andy Baker, founder of Play2Give, on the In Didcot blog.
Play2Give raises money for local charities through a combination of events and fundraising initiatives. I’ve already featured a couple of Play2Give events on my monthly round ups but there are so many events coming up that I thought I’d dedicate a blog post. So what else is planned for the summer?
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?
A bumper month for local events. There are so many things to do in and around Didcot in June 2019 that I’ve extended my post to cover 15 events!
This month’s events include fun runs, clothes swaps and art exhibitions. If you’re looking for things to do in and around Didcot in May 2019 then carry on reading!
If you’re looking for something to do over the Easter weekend there are a couple of local events you might be interested in – a scarecrow trail in Sutton Courtenay and a celebration of St George’s Day in West Hagbourne.